Supa N Da Kryptonites with their London originating lyricist, soulful female vocals, a ska/swing influenced 3 piece horn section and a funkin' tasty blues rhythm section make up this unconventional octet!
Winners of the Best Unsigned Band Competition 2015 by The Sunday Herald In Association with XFM & The Wickerman Festival.
Monosapiens & Conscious Route
Brothers, Rik and Simon Arbuthnot, later joined by collaborator Chris Greive, are Monosapiens. Delivering a heady mix of hip-hop. Jazz, Funk, and Electronica, this trio are catching plaudits across Scotland with their exciting melting-pot of sound. Monosapiens have also recently teamed up with rapper, poet and singer / songwriter, Conscious Route. Born in London, Conscious Route grew up in Hertfordshire, before moving to Edinburgh, where he has become an integral part of the lively music scene.
Can you stay in your seat or not tap your feet? Not when we're in the building! Come join the skanking bedlam that is a Skababs gig.
The Dana Dixon Band
Singer and harmonica player Dana Dixon grew up in a house which was filled by her fathers music. Although living and raising a family in the UK her father was born in Texas, USA and it was his love of blues and American roots music which was a major influence on his young daughter. Muddy Waters, T-Bone Walker and BB Kings music was heard regularly in the household but it was the sound of harmonica blues by artists such as Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson and Big Walter Horton that really excited Dana. She soon started learning the harmonica and singing the songs she heard on her fathers records. With this in mind its no surprise that The Dana Dixon Bands sound is an intoxicating mix of authentic Texas, Chicago and west coast jump blues plus other influences such as rockabilly and 50s R&B.
Event: Supa N Da Kryptonites, Monosapiens & Conscious Route, The Skababs, The Dana Dixon Band
Date: Saturday 26th March 2016
Venue: Whistle Binkies
Time : 12:00 - 03:00
Sunday 28th May
BANNOCKBURN, THE BOYDS
Monday 29th May
Open Mic Night