VLADIMIR, The New Fabian Society, The Draynes, Tormain
Vladimir are like The Cure if they didn’t sing about love. There are dark tones in Peter Mackenzie’s electric guitar, much like the post-punk sounds of Beach Fossils. Together, the quartet form a unity where the space rock percussion and layers of guitar mash to create a sinister atmosphere, or as Vladimir describe on their Facebook – bleak.
The New Fabian Society are a Glaswegian bi-polar trio formed through excess, loathing and misery, specialising in loud, shambolic, psychedelic post industrial punk.
The Draynes are an Edinburgh garage-punk duo born out of a shared appreciation for raw rock n roll.
Tormain are Indie quartet born and bred in Scotland’s capital and named after a medium sized hill that lies on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The band came together, unexpected on a bleak winter night. Creating music based around many different influences of music and sharing the love of Buckfast Tonic Wine.