“Like Aretha fronting Royal Blood after imbibing ayahuasca… unearthly, neck-snapping melange of Afro-beat, RnB and death metal…” Mojo Magazine, Feb 2016

“With their distinctive psych rock and tribal influences (not to mention the booming, soulful vocals of vocalist Oya [Chantal Brown]), Vodun are certainly a very original entity within the UK’s current stoner/doom scene. ” – Terrorizer, April 2016

“A bloody glorious cacophony: a kinetic hybrid of spasmodic Melvins riffs, outrageously powerful drums & soulful yelping – they’re a revelation. 9/10” Metal Hammer, April 2016



“Rock + Disco + Badass; Circus VIII are a new and exciting genre-defying collective of some the finest session musicians London has to offer. Too eclectic to pin down, but rooted firmly in rock & funk grooves, some have described them as London’s answer to ‘Snarky Puppy’. At it’s core, the band consist of Jason Tebble on bass, Jon Harris on drums, and David D’Andre (Odyssey) on guitar, with dynamic rotating guest vocalists found in Chantal Brown (Do Me Bad Things, Vodun), Gaz Twist (Killit) & Mark Harrison (West End Theatre).  The horns section is the phenomenally cohesive grip in the band & brings everything together, graced by Winston Rollins (Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues OrchestraJamiroquai) and Toby Stewart (James Brown, Robbie Williams, Spice Girls). Meandering through expertly delivered prog-rock sections to euphoric soulful choruses and a renegade hip-hip energy, Circus VIII are definitely a musicians band, and one to watch for 2017.”


“Do Me Bad Things were a nine-piece blues/rock/soul/metal band from CroydonLondon, who formed in 2003 and split up in January 2006… In 2005, their debut album, Yes! was issued, and later in June their third single, “What’s Hideous”, was released. It was accompanied with an appearance on CD:UK, and “What’s Hideous” entered the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart… In February 2015 the Do Me Bad Things Facebook page became active again and the group posted “Stayed tuned (sic) for some announcements coming in the near future,” on 10th February. The band has since announced rehearsals, posted a reunion picture and has started a Twitter account, leading fans to speculate about a reunion, over nine years since they split up.”


“Chrome Hoof are an experimental chamber rock orchestra based in London, England. The group was formed in 2000 by Cathedral bassist Leo Smee and his brother Milo Smee. Initially performing as a duo, their music was mostly electronic. Since the start, however, the group have continuously recruited new members playing various instruments. As of 2007, the group had about ten members and instruments such as saxophone, trumpet, bassoon, violin, guitars, bass and drums.”



The Clicks are an exciting covers band from London who play only the best music from 80’s soul to 50’s rock ‘n’ roll and current chart hits. You’ll hear funky bass lines, blasting beats, classic rock, smooth solos and some silky vocals to keep you on the dance floor.

POWER are a band that has been crafted for the sole purpose of helping you lose your sh*t (and your voice) to truly amazing Rock n’ Roll anthems & ‘sing at the top of your voice’ Power Ballads!”


“Memories of Boney M are a highly energetic and thoroughly entertaining tribute to Disco sensations, Boney M. The group have toured throughout Russia, Kazakhstan and Europe. They bring their unique blend of Caribbean-American soul and disco to each and every show, resulting in a truly original experience.”


Toby Stewarts – Monsters on a Leash

“The UK’s best Tower Of Power tribute band, lead by incredible saxophonist Mr. Toby Stewart, and joined by industry legends Mike Bradley and Laurence Cottle. Celebrating the music of TOP, Monsters on a Leash are resident favourites at The Half Moon in Putney, where they perform bi-monthly, with a full horn section provided by the best horn players in London.”