This Sunday, Twisted Melon’s Battle Of The Bands in association with KL.FM and Festival Too arrives at Dr Thirsty’s in Norfolk Street, Lynn.
Following on from an amazing first heat at Watlington Sports & Social Club where acoustic duo Phoebe & Jay progressed, this is the first Sunday afternoon heat.
Triston Finnis, of Twisted Melon, says: “The bar looks extremely high on this one with acts from King’s Lynn and as far afield as Colchester.
“Acts perform a 30-minute set to our music industry panel with the winner progressing to our on-air KL.FM semi-finals.
“It all kicks off at 4.30pm, as usual is free entry and all ages are welcome if accompanied by an adult.
“Which of these amazing acts will progress to win radio airtime and ultimately performing to thousands at this summer’s Festival Too?
Chasin Vegas are an anthemic, Indie Rock/Brit Pop four-piece hailing from Suffolk and Essex.
Since releasing their debut single, Times Are Hard, and more recently its follow up, Feel It, the band have been featured on Australian TV (The 1700 Music Show) and praised as a band to watch by Brit Pop legend and Shed Seven front-man, Rick Witter.
With the debut EP due for release later this spring, and a string of festivals lined up for the band supporting the likes of Toploader and The Feeling, 2016 looks to be the year that will cement the name Chasin Vegas.
THE KILLING CULTURE
The Killing Culture, formally known as Kashmire, are back after a short hiatus and 2016 is the year they’re going to make their mark. Made up of Keiran Cook and Ben Spring sharing lead guitar, Kieron Larcombe on the bass, drummer David Crabb and vocalist Indie Fox, the outfit bring influences of Rage Against the Machine, Periphery, Halestorm and Limp Bizkit to create their trademark melodic alternative rock sound.
Jim and Silvio met about three years ago – a fluke meeting and a chat in a car park – Jim the aspiring musician and Silvio the word-smith.
Together after a couple years of jamming, Tickin Boxes was born, a festival-gigging band with their own material and through last summer’s efforts they raised £10k for Cancer Research UK.
The music they play has a very rocky edge with a sprinkle of folk. Songs are centred around real experiences, traumas and magic; creating new material is by far their biggest driver, with passion and emotions captured and delivered in song. An amateur band, they are in the midst of recording their first album.
Kat Brittain is a singer songwriter from King’s Lynn. After a number of years performing other people’s tunes at other people’s gigs, Kat is now ready to launch her own original music with an unstoppable seven-piece band. Kat Brittain’s music is an infusion of all of her influences, giving you a cocktail of Pop, Soul, Swing and downright catchy, fresh music. Each song is fit to burst with tasty vocal harmonies and melodic guitar.