Featured Event

APPEARING ON Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Jeramiah Ferrari [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

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From Manchester, England, the four young men in Jeramiah Ferrari fuse reggae, rock, ska, punk, and more to create a sound influenced by the likes of Bob Marley and Sublime, yet unique enough to call their own.

They won the 2012 Key 103 City Soundwave competition appearing at The Manchester Evening News Arena with Will Young,Labrinth,Tulisa,Taio Cruz,Professor Green,Rizzle Kicks & One Direction.

The band has been touring heavily across the UK, supporting reggae and ska heavyweights The Skints, The Aggrolites, The English Beat, The Blockheads and Neville Staple. They appeared at Sol Festival, Galtres Festival and The Gomad Festival in Ooty (India).

Their release last year of “The Dubby Rock EP” received strong radio airplay support across the UK and reached number 4 in the Itunes Reggae Charts, they are also in a new documentary  “Manchester: Beyond Oasis” and recently won a slot at the One Love festival the UK’s biggest Reggae festival.

2014 will see them playing The Willowman Festival with The Wailers and Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show.


 
APPEARING ON Saturday, July 4th, 2015

Everything Is Now presents… Cantaloop [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

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Cantaloop’s mission is to provide 800% of C-funk with a satisfaction guarantee! This can be delivered to an intimate crowd or to the masses. Cantaloop are fronted by the C-funk messenger Dannie Dee with his trussed C-funk doctors 100C on guitar and Paulo De’Wooton or Gus on bass. No band is absolute without the engine and Cantaloop have two F1 Groove machines to choose from The Beef or King Popeye on drums.

Under the orders of Captain Sugar Lips with his 1st mate, The Horns of Plenty launch their monster horn lines, throwing down Phat dollops of Funkelicious Brass. When all these elements combust the Cantaloop Brotherhood always let the people know they are “CHAAAC-LAT” Cantaloop are a true urban Funk outfit

Cantaloop played at various festivals and legendary venues including Glastonbury Festival (The Jazz World and Avalon stages), Montreux Jazz Festival (Montreux), Blue Balls Festival (Luzern), Moods (Zurich), The Flechedor (Paris), Paradiso (Amsterdam), Larmer Tree Festival (UK), Vicar Street (Dublin), Barrowlands (Glasgow), Ashton Court (Bristol), Jazz Café (London), Cargo (London), Carling Academy (Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol), Rock City (Nottingham)