We Three Kings“Full-barrel, bats-outta-hell rock ‘n’ roll” Classic Rock Magazine“This is a band with a clear mission in mind, to remind people how great Rock 'n Roll can be. They’ve succeeded!” 3 Songs & Out“This is what rock is meant to be” Jammerzine“The band that supplies the kind of heavy riffs and gutsy attitude that others are afraid to” Mad Alice Records“Impressive fuzzed-up heavy garage rock that bridges the sonic gap between the MC5 and the Queens of the Stone Age” The Punk Site“The thing I love most about We Three Kings is their unashamed and determined mission to rock out, rock hard, and take rock & roll back to basics for the good of us all” Listen With Monger“Rapid neck snapping mosh worthy rock that will have a live audience in a manic frenzy” Indie Buddie“No-nonsense high energy Rock n roll” High Fives & Stage Dives“No drama or fancy set up, just three guys skilfully throwing out the riffs that will put you in a good mood” Down the Front Media“Manchester garage/fuzz rock royalty” Stereo Stickman“Brit-blues rock’n’roll that fires out of the speakers like a ball of fuzzy energy which infects all those it touches and has the listener jamming their head between blasting speakers lost in the wave of warming nostalgia” Emerging Indie Bands“Rival Sons meets Queens of the Stone Age with a fuzzed-up attitude that will cause a damn near whiplash!” Kick Ass Indie Jams“We Three Kings have created something special with their blend of rock, blues & fuzz. They have an accomplished sound, which is telling of their prior experience and talent” The Gig Gals“Toe-tapping rock n roll” Moshville Times
Bedside MannersOriginally forming as a 3 piece back in 2015 under a different name, current members Ben Coles, Dan Vagianos and Ethan Tyler laid the foundations for what was to come.After going through line up changes and a lot of growth in ability, Bedside Manners was officially born in early 2017 the finished line up comprising of Ben Coles, Dan Vagianos, Ethan Tyler, James Green and John Carter.Making their first single debut on the 1st May 2017 with 'The Light', the band showed influences ranging from legends such as the Stone Roses to new wave bands like The 1975. The song was met with a great reception gaining a play on BBC Introducing Merseyside and earning them spots supporting the likes of Little Triggers and The Jjohns.Following on from that success, the band spent the next year gigging around Merseyside, Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester supporting the likes of Childcare and Grafton Ash. The success of these gigs and their next two singles 'Pace' and 'In My Head' earned the band their first local headline gig under Scruff of the Neck, which again was met with a great response.After releasing their self funded EP on the 17th August 2018, the band is on an upward trajectory. Now very much comfortable in their sound the vibrant five piece are turning heads with their soaring melodies and their distinctive solos. For a band still only in their infancy, Bedside Manners are laying the way for what they won’t be afraid to assure you is a future filled with global success.
Totem WolfPowerful and dynamic with a rock sound reminiscent of the 70's American West Coast scene: full of melodic hooks and overdriven riffs that are at once immediately recognisable and yet entirely their own.