Rebel Attire playing the Rubber Soul sessions. Look out for more details
Easter Sunday 2014 we will be playing The Full Moon with 6 other bands from 6-12pm only a £5 for all evening access.
The Situation Presents their first show of 2014 at The Foxlowe Arts Centre with a pile-driving line-up of guitar-led indie-rock. Generous doses of garage-psyche-blues thrown in for good measure. MOSCOW - Much talked about for their gritty dark garage rock sounds and their startling live performances we are thrilled to have them back at The Situation. VELLOCET - Mean exponents of garage-psych-blues with massive grinding guitar sounds and soaring vocals to leave your ears ringing for days. REBEL ATTIRE - Building on an impressive start in 2013 this 4-piece deliver raw, melodic tunes with confidence and delight. The Foxlowe Arts Centre has a bar until 11:30pm and offers a selection of fine bottled beers.
Sounds Like: The White Stripes, The Animals, The Who, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eric Clapton
Bio: Rebel Attire are a 4 piece band coming from Stoke on Trent, England. Founded at the start of February 2013 after months of experimenting as a 3-Piece they finally found the raw, melodic, energetic and persistent sound we set out to achieve. Members include; Craig Key - Vocals/Guitar, Jovi Duvnjak...See Full Bio
“Gripping local 4 piece Rebel Attire were enthused in seizing the stage upon opening with the characteristic indie-rock sound of ‘Nostalgic Hangover’; with its initial suppressed and controlled guitar riffs which compile in anticipation of the tracks commendably forceful chorus, complemented by a poetic lyrical master class, a factor consistent in all of their music in which Politics assume a fundamental role, and in effect making their potential appeal widespread. Since forming earlier this year, Rebel Attire have established a continuously rising collection of music and one track from their set which exhibited their caliber particularly was ‘Paranoia’; its subdued but sublime melodic qualities extracted from various genres such as Blues and Alternative-Rock spring Craig Key’s raw vocal to the forefront and leave audiences enamored by its sheer exuberance.”