Full Colour are an acoustic duo from Bude.
They play originals and put a unique spin on covers across a spectrum of genres from Pop to Rock from Soul to Jazz.
Burt Dredge – Guitar: Played in several bands between London and Cornwall and recently completed a BMus in music from the London Centre of Contemporary Music.
Angelique Medland – Vocals: Originally trained as an Opera singer, she has been singing in the music scene of Cornwall and Devon for many years and is experienced in all styles of music.
Maddie Warren is currently finishing her second studio recording.
Singer-songwriter Maddie is honing her art at the Academy of Music and Sound in Exeter.
Based in North Devon, Maddie can frequently be heard busking in Barnstaple High Street, and uploads weekly to her YouTube channel, queenmadz1.
Holly Morwenna is an 18 year old, up and coming Singer/Songwriter from Devon.
Holly plays a mix of originals and cover material which she adds an acoustic and unique twist to.
Holly’s new single with Ella Frances is out in May and her debut EP “Bloom” is available on iTunes & Spotify NOW!
Bicycle Repair Man cover an eclectic range of pop & rock songs across several decades, adding an outlandish folk twist with mandolin driven melodies & vocal harmonies.
See songs you know performed in ways you might not expect, from Bryan Ferry to Men At Work via Bon Jovi.
Matthew (mandolin/vocals) & James (guitar/vocals) are now beginning to add some upbeat original songs to their set, with the aim of getting feet tapping along to the beat of the stomp box which adds depth to a full acoustic sound.
State of Contradiction are a 17 year old alternative rock / Pop Punk band from Tavistock / Plymouth with a thirst for playing live and playing fast.
Starting off in 2011 and slowly growing with bands in the area, they have expanded outside Tavistock and Plymouth, all over the south west and further.
With influences ranging from Pearl Jam and Oasis to Neck Deep and Green Day, State Of Contradiction play fast, hard but with real meaning in their songs.
The Morales are a high-energy four piece band, blending spindly post-punk guitar riffs, powerful soul-rock vocals, throbbing bass, and heavy drums, to create a sound only to be known as ‘Alternative’.
Behind their music can be heard the influence of artists such as: Led Zeppelin, The Stone Roses, The Cure, The Cult, The Smiths, Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, The Kinks, White Lies, The Raconteurs and many others.
RITUALS are a young, three piece, alternative rock band from Tiverton, Devon.
Influenced by bands such as Biffy Clyro, Muse and Kasabian, they hope to bring ‘as much noise as possible’!
Emma Chamberlain is 16 year old singer/Accoustic/ songwriter from cornwall.
She has performed at various gigs around the south west, including The little Cyder festival, Newquay Beer festival, Eden, Hall for Cornwall, Lusty glaze beach, Rest Fest, Miss Cornwall, Miss England finals, where she supported The Struts and Joseph Whelan, Oxjam, Newquay Ale Festival, Lost Fest, Ricoh Arena and Surf Betty’s Festival,
Blue Moon are four students studying A levels at Exeter College who enjoy playing and performing both on and off stage.
Sisters Leonie and Rhianna first appeared at Lapstock in 2014, before developing into a band with Max and Ed for 2015.
The four-piece enjoy a diverse range of music which influences their indie-reggae vibe.
Taking every opportunity to perform live, they have appeared at local events such as the Mid-Devon Show, various charity concerts and even ended up on-stage whilst abroad in Turkey!
Sadie Horler, accompanying her guitar with effortless, crystal clear and captivating vocals, engages her audience with warmth and authenticity. Her songs are written with heartfelt lyrics inspired by events and people around her.
In 2015 Sadie enjoyed her first summer performing at numerous festivals including Sidmouth Folk festival,
Glas-Denbury, Wonderfields, and the Bimble Inn at Beautiful Days festival, to name just a few.
Recently Sadie has gained many more fans from around the world after her massively successful appearance on BalconyTV
BBC introducing have been hugely supportive of Sadies music and have described her as ‘Phenomenal’ and ‘One of the finest young female musicians’ they have discovered. To date all 6 of her uploaded tracks have been played on their show, one of which being played as ‘upload of the week’.
Sadie was also invited down to the opening of their new studio in November for an ‘Open Mic’ session
which was billed as hosting ‘the best acoustic artists in the county.’
As well as her original material Sadie performs an accomplished repertoire of covers traversing a raft of genres from the Buzzcocks and Bowie to Tracy Chapman and Leonard Cohen.
One of the loveliest comments that Sadie has received from a YouTube fan is:
“Angel on the earth…your voice is like chocolate don’t ever hide it or eat it all by yourself…just keep on sharing it with the whole world!”
She is happy to share her music but probably not her chocolate!