1. Jungle Brothers
  2. Fools Gold
  3. Gulp
  • A shout out from JBeez 'Baby Bam'

    Jungle Brother’s ‘Baby Bam’ in the Mouse Outfit Manchester Studio.
    Believe Thanet! This Friday will go down in history!

  • Fool's Gold... This Saturday 5th October

    An absolute delight lands in Thanet this Saturday 4th October.

    Los Angeles collective that weaves together intricate African beats with Western melodic pop aesthetic.

    BBC 6 Music: A genuine Gem of a band!

    Two young LA musicians, vocalist/bassist Luke Top and lead guitarist Lewis Pesacov. They set out to explore their shared love of African music and added Krautrock and 80s dance influenced pop music.

    And here they are touring the UK in a style we think some of you will utterly love, and will sound sweet as hell in the venue!


  • Annie Eve – Friday 24th October

    Annie Eve – Friday 24th October

    Annie’s hushed, intense acoustica is already making waves with her debut album receiving huge critical acclaim and showing no signs of abating as we head towards 2015

    This is Annie’s new single ‘Ropes’ out on 10th November on Mouth to Mouth Records. She says of the song “It’s basically about human behaviour and how it feels to be controlled by someone”.

    Check her out live on her maiden UK tour here…

  • HONEYBLOOD – This Sunday 28th

    Lo-fi punk-rock and unfettered indie-pop Glaswegians hit Ramsgate this Sunday… Playing their resonating tunes with big melodic hooks.

    They are a brilliant post ‘White Stripes’ formula in a way many have tried and failed. Urgent, self-assured, windows down rock’n’roll and tearing up the country on tour.

    This is the last gig before they go out again next month with SUPERFOOD on a headlining NME Tour. Grab a listen at Ramsgate’s Music Hall while you can…

    Influences: The Dum Dum Girls, The Breeders, PJ Harvey and Throwing Muse.. can’t be bad!


  • White Manna - Sat 27 Sept

    American psychedelic space rockers in Thanet this Saturday night
    For those that loved Pontiak and Holy Mountain at the venue…

    White Manna focus on mantric riffs that accelerate into speed-freak, headbanging frenzies that make you feel indestructible. Adopting classic trad-psych arrangements with the speaker melting guitar production.

    White Manna don’t hide behind walls of synthesizers, throwing stones; instead they meet you head-on with a big destructive axe – so say… Louder than war

    Check it out…

    Info and tix here -

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