Music In Devon Initiative

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All Artists and Bands

  • Cavemouth

    Category: Blues and Rock

    Cavemouth are a Westcountry / White-Stripesy / filthy-swamp-bluesy / meat disco four-piece (having recently recruited Mr. Duncan ‘The Hook’ Hook, on Saxophone). Based on the wilds of Exmoor, the band live off a strict diet of road-kill and make music to keep the neighbours away and the ‘foxes’ in. Fronted Read more [...]

  • Dakar Audio Club

    Category: World

    Dakar Audio Club are a 5 piece Afro-fusion band who play uplifting, heartfelt songs in Bambara, Wolof, French and English. The band is formed around husband and wife songwriters, Nick and Fatou. Their sound is a mix of traditional Malian Blues, Soukouss, Highlife and Reggae and is inspired by the Read more [...]

  • Five Finger Discount

    Category: Fusion, Hip Hop, and Pop

    Five Finger Discount (Matty Matty, Demelza Riddell and Matt Jackson) were formed in late 2014 following a chance encounter at a one-day music festival. This Westcountry three-piece combine their many varied influences, including hip-hop, ska, drum ‘n’ bass and reggae, to create their own harmonious blend of lyrical Hip-Pop. Their Read more [...]

  • LGM One

    Category: Rock

    Heralding from Plymouth and taking their name from a pulsar thought to be the first extra-terrestrial communication, LGM One’s sound is a perfect clash of punk rhythm, dark indie vocals, and catchy ‘party’ soundtracks! Having grown up with the euphoria of the 90’s music scene, Dave, Jon, Geoff, Darren and Read more [...]

  • Mudskippers

    Category: Folk

    Mudskippers compose beautifully rich songs influenced by many modern English folk legends as well as indie, progressive folk/rock and world music. Described as a band that you would “really enjoy listening to at a festival with a beer”, Mudskipper’s absorbing compositions will take you through a dynamic musical journey. In Read more [...]

  • Pop of Ages

    Category: Pop

    Pop of Ages are a charismatic and energy-fuelled pop performance band based in the south west. Having played over 300 wedding events since their formation in 2000, the group are well-established in the scene and are recognised for their confident and lively stage performances. The group comes armed with a Read more [...]

  • Riotous Assembly

    Category: Rock

    Riotous Assembly was formed in London over 20 years ago. Mates from South Africa, decamped to Squatland South London to make their fortune in various Metal, Glam, Punk and Goth bands, fame and now here to enjoy the South West’s hospitality. Now in 2017 with a new vocalist and all new Read more [...]

  • The Lures

    Category: Folk and Rock

    THE LURES Indie with folk influences, led by the dual vocals of Hamish Goodwin and Maria Kontorravdis. Energetic indie stompers and heartfelt folk songs.

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    The Rock Section

    Category: Punk, Reggae, and Rock

    The Rock Section was formed when a group of experienced musicians in East Devon decided to do something a bit different for audiences and a bit more challenging for themselves, by covering danceable rock music that other bands wouldn’t, or couldn’t, play. Mustang Sally was the first thing to go… Read more [...]

  • The Swamp Gods

    Category: Pop, Punk, and Rock

    The Swamp Gods are an urban three piece living in a rural Devon idyll, playing a hybrid mix of electronica and post punk weirdness. Using found sounds, electronic loops, guitars that sound like synthesisers, and synthesisers that sound like they’re from Mars, the Swamp Gods weave infectious beats with bubble Read more [...]

  • Trotfox

    Category: Fusion, Hip Hop, and Reggae

    A Trotfox is a rare breed of manimal, prone to singing impossible folk tales and drinking improbable cocktails. Its mating call has been reported to share sonic qualities with the impassioned steeze of the hip hop MC, the undulating vocal turbulence of the tipsy gypsy, and the the undeniable stomp Read more [...]

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