• Pick of the Week: Waste Lost or Stolen Circus of Five @ Suburbia 19th May

    15th May 2018
  • Pick of the Week: Waste | Lost or Stolen | Circus of Five

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    Welcome to Pick of the Week, a recurring blog segment that gives you our recommendations from the gig guide on whats on this week. This week its our friends Lost or Stolen and Circus of Five supporting Waste at Suburbia on the 17th May.

  • Waste

  • Waste are a four-piece rock band from Stevenage (UK) with their five track self-titled debut Waste EP released September 5th last year. 

    Prior to the boys official debut they have already created an organic buzz online with a demo called “Blow” racking up 20,000+ soundcloud plays and named Its All Indie “Track of the Week”. This buzz has stretched to the band’s live shows; a loud, ferocious, dynamic and tight knit experience. Apart from sharing the stage on the festival circuit with bands such as The Horrors, Slaves and The Dandy Warhols they have also supported Childhood and Frankie & The Heartstrings to date.

    Listen to "Thunder" below:

  • Lost or Stolen

  • No strangers to Blackhill, this Rock, Pop and Blues centric band emerged from the University Indie Music Scene in Southampton and are  committed to entertaining audiences with funky rhythm and bass, memorable song writing and stirring guitar riffs and solo's.

    They formed in 2015 when the stars aligned at an open mic night at The Talking Heads, a venue where they have gone on to headline to packed out crowds a number of times. With hits like "Small Print", "Slow it Down" and "Hocus Pocus" recorded at this very studio, you are guaranteed a great live set!

    Click below to listen to "Slow it Down"

  • Circus of Five

  • Circus of Five are a Indie Rock band from Southampton, and are already carving a name out for themselves in the local scene, supporting the likes of The Edit, Pioneers, and Deco.

    They have just finished recording their debut single at Blackhill, so if you want to hear it before it comes out, make sure to catch their set!