Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Small Talk Robot

Small/talk/robot are the leading source of fun-power-pop-rock-awesome in the UK! And that's a guarantee!

Since 2013, small/talk/robot have been supplying the world with hand, feet and whole-body tapping ryhthms, instantly memorable hooks and choruses that make you want to get up and sing along - and we encourage you to.

Please sing along!


Dan Hartland

Walk the Line debutant Dan Hartland will be performing on Saturday 11th October at The Quaich.

Currently based in Gloucestershire, Dan Hartland is a folk singer/songwriter, who incorporates influences of early rock ‘n’ roll, soul and intelligence into his music. With his dynamic and engaging stage presence, he has supported the likes of Foy Vance, Mark Morris and Clem Snide. His new album entitled ‘Young Man’s Game’ features 11 rootsy, country-flecked folk songs and in addition to this Dan has also released two further EP’s.

 “He gets right underneath the topic he’s writing about. Absolutely gorgeous – what an incredible voice” - BBC Introducing in the West

“Cuts right through to the listener’s innermost soul.” - Maverick Magazine



We are pleased to announce that Folklaw will be performing at The Frog and Fiddle on Friday 10th October 2014.

With exhilarating songs and music that will guarantee to get your feet tapping, FolkLaw are a Modern Folk band from Gloucestershire, consisting mainly of Nick Gibbs, Bryn Williams and Gareth Hunt. Inspired by 10 years on the road, throughout the UK, Europe and North America, FolkLaw’s songs are raw social commentary driven by the chaos of the lives we all lead, covering subjects from politics to love and relationships. Over the past 3 years FolkLaw have played over 150 gigs, including festivals such as Wychwood Festival, Banbury Folk Festival and Stroud on the Water Festival. Their debut album ‘Nations Pride’ is available online now.

“One of the most exciting acts to grace the stage” – Banbury Folk Festival

“A touch of magic”- Bright Young Folk


The Virus Empire

We are pleased to announce that The Virus Empire will be performing at The Quaich on Thursday 9th October 2014.

The Virus Empire describes his sound as melodically driven, with memorable hooks and catchy lead lines, using a base of lo-fi retro and modern technologies, and Nintendo GameBoy sounds. Influences include Trash80, Deadmau5 and Sabrepulse.

His live performances are fist pumping, head banging and energetic, so DON’T MISS OUT!


Tom Browning

We are pleased to announce that Tom Browning will be performing at The Quaich on Thursday 9th October 2014.  Influenced by artists such as Jack Johnson, James Morrison and Newton Faulkner, Tom Browning is a singer/songwriter from the Forest of Dean; his sound is described as a blend between acoustic, pop and rock.

His latest single, “Can’t Remember to Forget You” is now available on iTunes.

“Tom Browning is showing serious potential as a song writer” – Sean Jeffry - SyCo


Charlie Baxter

This year we welcome the return of Charlie Baxter, the one man electro-pop band, who will be performing at Walk the Line Festival 2014 on Friday 10th October.

Based in the South West of England, Charlie has performed gigs all over the country from Manchester to Cornwall. He describes his music as ‘taking dance music and indie and crashing them into each other in a big neon new rave explosion’. Musical influences include Hadouken, Prodigy, Duran Duran, and Michael Jackson.

His new album will be available late 2014.


Guy Challenger

We are pleased to announce that Guy Challenger will be performing at Walk the Line Festival 2014 on Saturday 11th October.

Guy Challenger is an Acoustic Folk Singer/Songwriter from Gloucestershire, whose music reflects his emotional struggles with depression, love and relationships. His first studio album, ‘Vivid and Vulnerable’ was released independently in June 2012. Since then he has gone on to record his second album, ‘Melancholy Kick’, which was released in 2013, and his latest EP, ‘The Honesty’.


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