DUE TO PERSISTANT RAIN BOTH SETS WILL NOW BE INDOORS AT BUSHYS TENT TONIGHT.
SLIGHT DELAY TO VOODOO BANDITS BUT HOPEFULLY BACK ON SCHEDULE FOR SYMBOLLIX AT 10PM
WE HAVE ALSO BROUGHT INDOORS IAN THOMSON,GOT RID OF HIS BAND(in a nice way) so
IAN THOMPSON WILL NOW PERFORM IN THE VAULTS 9.00-11.30PM
Race Monday and it’s all happening.Tremendous sets from
Ed Force and 995 at the tent as well as a nippy but quality set
from Fugüe State in Port Erin last night.
Tonight we continue to add to our programme.
In the Main Tent
Headed up by Kaysee Craine on lead vocals along with Danny Foulis ,The Tides are a
wonderful local songwriting duo. Heartwrenching vocals coupled with stirring
plain old-fashioned lyrics, their songwriting is a credit and reflection of how good
the local music scene is.They just fancied popping down to knock a few tunes out!
Subject to weather we then run out to the
Carole Nash Main Stage
Early Slot 7.30-9.30pm
A pretty new crowd on the scene, we welcome the Voodoo Bandits.
They are an alternative rock 5 piece also from
the Isle of Man. They started writing music in August 2015,
and 3 singers later they’ve just recently released
a single with a music video.
They’ve drawn influence from bands like Foals, Bloc Party,
Franz Ferdinand, Peace, and the Arctic Monkeys
with quite a varied style through the songs they have written.
They have a few nearly complete songs under their belt
and hope to release an EP sometime soon.
Their single ‘Blind’ has been played on alocal radio station
and led us to a 1st in local battle of the bands.
They’ve gigged all over the island in pubs and various charity
events, once packed a pub so full they had to stop because it caused a fire
They also came first in a competition for a slot at Deep South Music Festival, where they performed a setlist of covers
and original songs. They asked some friends what they thought of the track and received great feedback,including that
we had captured the style of our influences but managed to keep their own sound.
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Ballagroove Studios by Gyp Buggane
Evergreen classic rock stalwarts SYMBOLLIX return for another
blistering set of the best of Skynyrd,Bad Company,ZZ Top and U2.
Down South it is PORT ERIN DAY!
We welcome Ian Thompson and the Band for
Present schedule is 9.00-10.30pm on the Beach Stage.
Should the scheduled forecast come true we will
likely pop them in to the Vaults 9.00-11.00pm
They’ll be covering everybody from Johnny Cash
to Snow Patrol to Thin Lizzy to Kaiser Chiefs!