Dot To Dot Festival 2019

Sat May 25 2019

11:00 AM

Various Venues, Bristol

City Centre Bristol BS1

£15.75

Ages 14+

Share With Friends

Share
Tweet
Ages 14+
Under 18s will not have access to Thekla, The Fleece, The Island or HY Brazil Club
Under 16s will not have access to The Louisiana

** indicates guaranteed 14+

CRYSTAL FIGHTERS **
JORDAN RAKEI **
SWIM DEEP **
THE NIGHT CAFÉ **
DREAM WIFE **
THE ORIELLES **
LAUREN AQUILINA **
VIAGRA BOYS
 

DHP Presents
Dot To Dot Festival 2019

  • Dot To Dot Festival

    Dot To Dot Festival

    Alternative

  • Jordan Rakei

    Jordan Rakei

    Soul

  • Swim Deep

    Swim Deep

    Dream Pop

  • The Night Cafe

    The Night Cafe

    Indie Rock

  • Dream Wife

    Dream Wife

    Indie Pop

  • The Orielles

    The Orielles

    Indie Rock

    Hailing from Halifax, The Orielles are sisters Sidonie B and Esmé Dee Hand Halford and their best friend Henry Carlyle Wade whom they met at a house party just a few years ago. The then teenagers bonded over their shared love of alternative US bands from the 90s such as Sonic Youth & Pixies as well as pioneering filmmakers including Quentin Tarantino (The Orielles have cited his work in their songs and consider his work a major lyrical and aesthetical influence). Keen proponents of the DIY aesthetic, they learned their instruments on the road through gigging and the band have spent the past few years polishing their sound. Now signed to Heavenly Recordings with whom they have released 2 singles to critical acclaim ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt’ and ‘I Only Bought It For The Bottle’.

  • King No-One

    King No-One

    Alternative Rock

    'Fizzing hooks, buoyant energy and tonnes of charm' - Clash Magazine

    'One of the most successful unsigned bands in heir genre' - tmrw

    ‘This is only the beginning for KNO, I’m tipping them for big things’ - Jericho Keys (BBC Introducing)

    ‘A group that will be opening festivals and no doubt headlining a few over the next decade.’ - Soundsphere Magazine

    ‘Incredibly tight, really professional and a brilliant band’ - Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)

    ‘Millennium is a fantastic track’ - Melvin Benn (Festival Republic MD)

    'In Zach Lount they have a talented, highly versatile singer and as a band they are clearly well sea-
    soned live performers' - Leeds Music Scene

    'They blew us away at the 02 Academy' - James Brown (Pulled Apart By Horses)

    "Ambitious young band. I Heard their track and I played it on my introducing Mixtape and again earlier this year. But then, they just blew our socks off with their strongest single yet 'Foreign Tongue'. - Tom Robinson (BB6 Music)

  • Viagra Boys

    Viagra Boys

    Punk

  • Mini Mansions

    Mini Mansions

    Indie Pop

  • Lauren Aquilina

    Lauren Aquilina

    Indie Pop

  • The Slow Show

    The Slow Show

    Americana

    There is a lot of truth behind the idea that ‘less is more’, especially as far as Manchester’s The Slow Show are concerned. With a name that manages to effortlessly encapsulate the band’s ethos, the Manchester-based four-piece harbour an innate ability to craft emotionally charged narratives, delicately layered across richly detailed compositions, which in turn, first appear to be within a minimal framework.

    Though impressive, it should come as little surprise, especially when taking in to account the band’s varied influences and backgrounds, musical or otherwise.

    Frontman, Rob Goodwin explains: “Musically of course we have influences but as a band we've always been more influenced by other areas of life; art and literature are big parts of our lives, but the mundane, the ordinary day to day aspects of life are fascinating”.

    And though the literary influence of authors such as Karl Ove Knausgård might not be obvious to everyone, the classical training undertaken by Frederik 't Kindt (keyboards) or the jazz and orchestral aspects of Joel Byrne-McCullough (lead guitar) and Chris Hough (drums) certainly would be.

    Much like the relationship between fiction and real-life that has informed The Slow Show’s lyrics, the relationship between the classical and the contemporary has done equally with their composition. Rather than rest on any one aesthetic however, it’s the combination of the two that has provided The Slow Show with their own distinct voice.

    Where their debut album White Water was a more aggressive affair, it was their second album, Dream Darling, which saw the classical influences flirted with on their debut really brought to the fore; the act of recording with a Berlin-based choir cementing their classical links, as well as their links to the Continent.

    Europe itself has played its own unique part in The Slow Show becoming the band they are today. With crucial early shows in Switzerland as well as the aforementioned Germany teaching the band the importance of on-stage intimacy, geographic influence can’t be overlooked, especially when considering the fact that Kindt himself is a Belgian national, and Goodwin has since relocated from Manchester to Düsseldorf.

    Far from being a band to rest on their laurels, such change can only be a good thing as far The Slow Show are concerned. Having decided against playing live for close to a year, the band focused instead on the writing and recording of their new album due for release later in 2019. It was material from this upcoming album that was debuted at the band’s only live show of 2018, a sell out at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre, an iconic venue for which its storied past was the perfect fit the band’s disparate influences.

    These influences are most evident within the sprawling grandeur or latest single, ‘Sharp Scratch’ (released digitally on 6th February 2019 on Play It Again Sam) - a four-minute epic that’s equally as fragile as it is imposing.

    Goodwin says of their debut track from the upcoming album: “This song was written during a period of chronic pain and ill health. Whilst not explicit, it deals with the precarious nature of our health and the associated anxiety, hope and despair.”
    Now with endless possibilities of album number three stretched out in front of them and the promise of further touring later in the year, it seems that 2019 might well be The Slow Show’s year.
  • Alex Lahey

    Alex Lahey

    Indie Pop

  • Alice Jemima

    Alice Jemima

    Pop

    Jemima’s songs caught the attention of Radio 1 DJ and Bestival co-founder Rob da Bank, first leading to a session at Maida Vale, then seeing Alice Jemima sign to Sunday Best – da Bank’s independent record label. Quietly determined, naturally authentic and with a devastating turn of phrase, Jemima creates songs that speak of universal emotions but in a way that feels direct and personal. Behind it all is Alice Jemima herself, quietly creating these slow-burn songs that draw you in and lock you under their spell. Aware of what kind of artist she wants to be, there’s no pretence and no desire to give up control. Her future aims may initially seem modest, but they’re also tinged with the determination and passion that’s got her where she is today.

  • Alligator

    Alligator

    Pop

  • Bess Atwell

    Bess Atwell

    Singer-Songwriter

    Bess Hildick-Smith, known by her stage name as Bess Atwell, grew up in the English countryside, one of four children to an eclectic family of artists, songwriters and doctors. Growing up Atwell dabbled in acting, musical theatre, and fine art. She says “the love of singing is something I think most people realise at a very young age. I grew up in a creative household; many of my extended family are musicians, my dad a songwriter himself, and mother an artist”. She explains how her earliest years were spent assuming she’d follow in her mother’s footsteps, and still considers fine art her first love. She discovered song-writing a little later; “when I was ten my dad bought me a Spanish guitar and we both took lessons with the same teacher. I didn’t like being given homework and didn’t see much fun in the instrument on its own, so it was a few years later that I picked it up again and decided to sing, and eventually write my own songs”.

    At the age of thirteen, just as she was finding her footing as a songwriter, Atwell was offered a drama scholarship to a competitive private school. While acknowledging the privilege she’s had, she cites her experience at school as the cause of a substantial loss of confidence; “It was a difficult few years for various reasons, and at school I was either invisible or in a lot of trouble which didn’t help. I didn’t fit their cookie cutter ideal, so I was constantly getting the message that there was something wrong with me”. After graduating from school, she enrolled on a music degree at Falmouth University but soon withdrew to pursue music nearer London.

    In 2015, not long after dropping out of university, Atwell garnered the attention of major news outlets after a slew of showcases for The Great Escape Festival. The Independent and The Guardian were amongst those who were impressed by the artist’s performances, describing her as “a promising folk poet of suppression and inner anxiety” and “a gifted singer-songwriter with a voice like slow, cool water”.

    The new music is the first since her 2016 debut album. The record included the single ‘Cobbled Streets’ and saw Atwell attract the attention of critics and public alike while picking up radio plays on BBC Radio One, Two and Six Music together with live sessions for Steve Lamacq and Jo Whiley’s shows. Atwell spent the following year gigging, including several sold out headline shows, and returning to festival favourites such as The Great Escape and Green Man.

    Two years on, the former solo project has evolved into a full band sound soaked in four-part vocal harmony fulfilling Atwell’s desire to create a more dynamic live show, with traces of traditional folk music. The band took some time out to work on new material in their hometown of Brighton. Though the prospect of taking a step back was a daunting move for the songwriter, it provided the necessary space to re-evaluate and create. On speaking to Pure M Zine about the new material she expressed that there were a few years she felt the genre ‘folk’ had become almost a dirty word; something that had been taken from “timeless to something fashionable, and the problem with fashion is that it goes out of fashion eventually”. The time off allowed the songwriter to develop a more refined, assured sound by falling back in love with folk music and learning to incorporate it with newer indie-rock influences.

    Atwell’s latest single ‘Grace’ is the more restrained, intimate successor of her August offering ‘Swimming Pool’, both of which have been playlisted by BBC Radio 6 Music. Taking inspiration from the likes of The National, Fleet Foxes, Lucy Dacus and Soccor Mommy, to name just a few, the new music attempts to depict the friction between fantastical, escapist imagery and the realities of relationships. Atwell says “I’ll tend to take a more romantic, digestible subject as a starting point, but I admire artists who’re able to get very personal and specific, lyrically – it’s a muscle I’m learning to flex. While Grace is fundamentally a love song about accepting someone at their worst, I think all love songs ultimately say much more about the writer than the subject”.

    Having written ‘Grace’ almost two years ago, Atwell’s demo attracted record label attention. After being re-imagined by a couple of producers and labels, the band decided to record and release the single independently with producer Giles Barrett (John Grant, Johnny Flynn, Marika Hackman, Goat Girl) at Soup Studios in East London. On comparing the recording process to her debut, Atwell said “with these new tunes it was an entirely different experience - I have an amazing full-time band now who worked on these songs with me outside of the studio and so when it came time to record we just went into the studio and played the songs essentially
  • Bessie Turner

    Bessie Turner

    Singer-Songwriter

  • BLOXX

    BLOXX

    Indie Pop

    West-London born and raised, BLOXX are already showing all the right signs of becoming on the UK’s most exciting new prospects. They’ve already been picked out by Radio 1 (Mistajam / Phil Taggart / Huw Stephens) and had nearly a quarter of a million streams on ‘Your Boyfriend’ on Spotify. BLOXX follow in the footsteps of MØ, Sundara Karma, Skott and Wolf Alice in releasing their debut single through the London-based Chess Club Records. If things carry on this way, it looks like little will be able to stop BLOXX’s ascension – stay tuned.

  • Cousin Kula

    Cousin Kula

    Alternative

  • Dancing on Tables

    Dancing on Tables

    Indie Pop

  • Fatherson

    Fatherson

    Alternative Rock

    The upwards trajectory of Fatherson's blossoming career serves a heartening reminder that the hype machine is no substitute for talent, authenticity and graft.

    This is a band afforded no shortcuts to get where they are today, a success story built on word-of-mouth conversions. And they wouldn't have it any other way. Attend any Fatherson gig and you'll find a room echo with lyrics being sung back en masse by adoring fans.

    The articulate, brooding, emotive rock of Fatherson albums one and two - I Am An Island (2014) and Open Book (2016) - is so enduringly strong you can be sure that these three guys in their mid-20s will still be drawing from them if they're gigging two decades down the line.

    Fatherson's roots lie in the Scottish town of Kilmarnock, where Ross Leighton (vocals, guitar), Marc Strain (bass) and Greg Walkinshaw (drums) were school friends. Two years before they'd even released an album they were selling out 600-capacity venues.

    Their popularity scaled greater heights with the release of Open Book on Easy Life Records, a subdivision of Sony Music, in the summer of 2016. When it went straight in at No.2 in the official Scottish album charts, Fatherson found themselves sandwiched between Paul Simon and Coldplay. Poor Beyonce was pushed down to No.4.

    Other highlights to date include supporting Kings Of Leon in Vienna, selling out a headline show at the legendary Glasgow Barrowlands and packing out a 12,000-capacity tent at T in the Park. They have also played in the UK and Europe with Biffy Clyro,Twin Atlantic, Enter Shikari, Frightened Rabbit and Augustines.

  • Faye Webster

    Faye Webster

    Alternative Folk

    Faye Webster isn’t afraid to tell you how she feels. Rooted in a familial lineage of folk, 21-year-old songwriter Webster’s forthright, exposed lyricism pays homage to the great Americana traditions of songwriting while drawing from Webster’s own experiences immersed in Atlanta’s hip-hop scene. Her carefully-cultivated sound organically mingles that inherited country and folk with her time immersed in rap collective Awful Records, injecting the traditional with a clandestine jolt.

     

    A decorated photographer as well as a musician, Webster’s artistic mediums don’t intertwine, instead running parallel to one another. The through-line is her exceptional knack for direction, an assured confidence in her own point of view.

     

    “Kingston,” the first new song since her 2017’s sophomore self-titled LP, is quintessential Faye Webster.  Awash in the haze of a humid Georgia summer, all lovestruck and dewy, “Kingston” glimmers with a hushed glitz: a mellowed punctuation of brass, the twang of pedal-steel, feather-light vocals unfurling like a sigh, and slinking hues of R&B.

     

    In the accompanying self-directed video for “Kingston,” we move through a blushing tangle of flamingos and lush palm trees, the sheen of red silk, a glimmering ice-rink. At the center of it all stands Faye Webster, in focus, gazing directly into the camera with a wide-eyed, unflinching gaze: the sharp, confident conductor in control of a dreamy haze.

  • FEET

    FEET

    Indie Rock

    FEET have had quite the year. Coming out of the traps at a pace with their attention-grabbing YALA Records debut 7″, Petty Thieving, the indie newcomers followed that with another much-praised release, Backseat Driver. Those early taster releases picked up a host of top quality support, including the likes of Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Radio X’s John Kennedy, NME, Sunday Times Culture, DIY, Dork & The Line of Best Fit.

    Whilst all juggling their final years at uni in Coventry, the band hit the road for the long hot summer of 2018, travelling the length and breadth of the UK in a tiny hatchback, for a host of key festival appearances (inc Field Day, Truck, Electric Fields, Tramlines and many more), headline shows, and more supports with their old friend Declan McKenna.

    Today, FEET announce their first national headline tour, taking their raucous live show on the road for 12 dates next year that kick off in Portsmouth on 27th February, finishing in Dublin March 15th. These will also be the first live appearances with new drummer Ben (formerly of Dead Pretties).

  • Heavy Lungs

    Heavy Lungs

    Punk

    Formed in May 2017 in Bristol, through friendship, and a desperate need for artistic and sonic self-expression, Heavy Lungs went on a frenetic spree.

    From the first packed out show at Crofters Rights, to recording an ep in 3 days, a raucous set at Simple Things last year, to supporting Idles then Metz. They went onto play outside Bristol home turf across the country and are now about to embark on a UK tour with brothers, Idles.

    This is the beginning. This is Heavy Lungs.

  • James Gillespie

    James Gillespie

    Singer-Songwriter

  • Kim Churchill

    Kim Churchill

    Folk Rock

  • Kojaque

    Kojaque

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • LOVE SICK

    LOVE SICK

    Electronic Pop

  • Man & The Echo

    Man & The Echo

    Psychedelic

    Since forming in Warrington in 2015, Man & the Echo – comprised of Gaz on vocals & guitar, Fush on bass, Chris on keys and Joey on drums – have relentlessly pushed forward and quickly evolved their particularly British take on indie art-pop. Men of the Moment is Man & the Echo’s second album and takes the spirit of the band’s 2017 debut and refines it into a condensed brew of uplifting rhythms, tongue-in-cheek lyricism and gleefully melodic instrumentation that form the band’s unique sonic presentation, captured expertly by producer Raf Rundell (The 2 Bears) and released on new label, Still Nil Nil, on the 2nd August 2019.

    The album was previewed by the BBC Radio 6Music play-listed track A Capable Man; a track that neatly summarises the album’s inner outlook. Second single Life on an Island has just been released and is already receiving love from 6Music.

    After some exciting and successful support tours over the past 18 months, most recently on the sold out tour with She Drew The Gun, the band will be headlining their own tour around the Island of the United Kingdom in September through to October in celebration of the release of their second album.

  • MAX RAD

    MAX RAD

    Electronic Pop

  • Miss Grit

    Miss Grit

    Indie Rock

  • Mitch James

    Mitch James

    Singer-Songwriter

  • Money For Rope

    Money For Rope

    Garage Rock

  • Pinky Pinky

    Pinky Pinky

    Garage Rock

  • Pixx

    Pixx

    Electronic Pop

  • Rachel Chinouriri

    Rachel Chinouriri

    Singer-Songwriter

  • REWS

    REWS

    Alternative Rock

    Freshly signed to Marshall Records, REWS are a gritty girl:girl Belfast/London duo that play edgy rock guitar and drums... "FANTASTIC - LIKE A FEMALE ROYAL BLOOD" said Mark Radcliffe on BBC TV after they played the John Peel Main Stage at Glastonbury this year.

    Once signed they recorded their debut album in the world renowned Abbey Road Studios in London, in June 2017 they released their first single on Marshall “Miss You In The Dark” to coincide with their Glastonbury show on the mighty John Peel Stage.

    So far the single has been played on Radio 1, Radio 6, Radio X, Kerrang Radio, Planet Rock as well as national stations in Ireland and Japan.

    REWS are off the starting blocks and now it’s their time to shine!

    ‘Fantastic – Like a female Royal Blood’
    Mark Radcliffe, BBC 2 – TV.

    'Hooks that give you goose-bumps you could hang your hat off, adore this'
    Hot Press Magazine

    'This is good, this is really fucking good'
    CeolCaint.com

    'Infectious uplifting songs overflowing with punchy choruses and hooks'
    Bestofmusicandfilm.com

    'Hook filled power-pop, a real ear-worm'
    EncoreNI.com

    'Deadly new tune, like Breeders or Throwing Muses, if you're not instantly foot-tapping then you must be clinically dead'
    Joe Donnelly – TXFM

    'Rews are all about conjuring up choruses that are ready to ride the airwaves.'
    Hot Press Magazine

    'One of Ireland's most promising tunesmiths'
    Hot Press Magazine

    'Track of the Day'
    BBC Radio Ulster

  • Robinson

    Robinson

    Pop

    At just 21, Nelson born Anna Robinson has been making original music since her teens. A restless creative, she writes and sings to express feelings, experiences, and ideas that can't be easily articulated in everyday conversation.

    She's put her ten thousand hours in and, as her music suggests, is more than ready to share her considerable talents with the world.

  • Sean McGowan

    Sean McGowan

    Anarchist Punk

    You can sum up the journey of Seán McGowan, the son of the smith, with the title of his first EP on Xtra Mile: Graft & Grief. Work and stress. Life at the anvil and hammer, bearing the brunt of life’s weight. Since 2009 he’s been at that grindstone, gathering stories and carving melodies while working late nights in bars between shows armed with just an acoustic guitar. Somehow the perpetual “new artist”, even as others adorned with that title come and go, and Seán is still at it allowing the songs to pour forth like the finest lager.

    It wasn’t until he spent time (starting in 2015) touring with rum-fuelled punk-folk sextet and now-labelmates Skinny Lister – a riotous test of your touring mettle, however long you’ve been on the road – that Seán felt ready to tackle the hard work, to keep at his craft. It was the confidence boost and the inspiration he needed to plough into his songwriting and keep touring.

    As Seán has travelled further and wider, he found his songs seem to resonate with people across the whole of the UK and even in places like Ireland and Germany. “You learn a lot about different places, see the similarities,” he says. “Everyone’s plight can be kinda similar.” And with songs like ‘Cuppa Tea’, ‘Porky Pies’, and ‘Mind the Gap’ springing from his debut album, that can only be a good thing for Seán, and for his listeners. “The current social political climate, I think it’s too hard to ignore now. People are looking for answers [or] they’re looking for an escape and I think that validates this sort of scene. It has a place in people’s day-to-day, you know?” And what that translates to is being on the road, gigging, meeting people, interacting, finding out where they’re from and what makes them tick. Seán’s building stories to be told. His songs are like siren calls, guiding people from their minimum-wage jobs to rock that will take them from their lives for a bit, or reflect it back to them, regardless of dialect or outlook. Songs about drinking and failing, incredible friendships, hating work, laughing at dickheads, shaking our heads at society’s apathy – we’ve all been there and they’re all here for us now.

    “Making a living seems like light years away at the moment,” admits Seán. “Which is fine, but if this record allows me to travel and meet people, I just hope it’s something people can relate to, that’s always my aim to make me feel more secure in myself. It feels like I’m doing something worthwhile when I’m on tour, which is quite a necessary feeling we need as humans, innit.” We all have our craft, and Seán’s assured, passionate, lyrical grasp of where he’s at, where we’re all at, where he’s going and where we might all end up come the end of the day, is absolutely mint. There’s no denying his doubts were misplaced, and this McGowan could end up soundtracking our social conscience well into next year.

  • Sons of An Illustrious Father

    Sons of An Illustrious Father

    Alternative

  • Squid

    Squid

    Kraut Rock

  • Sun Silva

    Sun Silva

    Alternative

    Formed at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Music, when Oscar Gormley (vocals, guitar), Sam Becker (bass), Charlie Woof-Byrne (keys) and Jake Brown (drums) began noodling around together away from their formal classical training, SUN SILVA most certainly fall in the latter category.

    All four members are proficient piano and guitar players, while the quartet's various studies ranged from classical percussion to baroque bassoon. Three-chord wallops, it's fair to say, are not their thing and even their first sonic moves out of the traps - led by debut single 'Blue Light' - are ones filled with the breadth and ambition of a band itching to test the limits of their own possibilities at every turn.

  • Swimming Girls

    Swimming Girls

    Indie Pop

    Swimming Girls are a dark, dream-pop four piece from Bristol. With a group fixation on the warmth and nostalgia of 70’s and 80’s pop culture, the band draws inspiration from The Cure, Cyndi Lauper and the timeless work of David Lynch. ‘Asking For It’ is their boldest and brightest single to date - out now on Yucatan Records.

    'Asking For It' single: yucatan.io/SGaskingforit

  • Talk Show

    Talk Show

    New Wave

  • The Marias

    The Marias

    Jazz Funk

    Formed in Los Angeles in late 2016, The Marías are the psychedelic-soul lovechild of LA native, Josh Conway and Puerto Rican-bred, Atlanta-raised María. A smooth rendezvous of jazz percussion, hypnotic guitar riffs, smoke-velvet vocals and nostalgic horn solos, there’s something undeniably sensual in the group’s dreamlike fusion of jazz, psychedelia, funk and lounge.

    With María on lead vocals and Josh on drums, the couple is joined by their closest friends and fellow musicians. On guitar, Jesse Perlman, born and bred of LA, with ‘tones that can melt steel,’ say his bandmates. On bass, Canadian born and Berklee trained Carter Lee. On keys, Edward James.

    As they take to the stage, dressed like a dream from another era – it’s clear why fans cheekily compare their sound to ‘having sex in the 70s’ or like ‘pouring cream into coffee.’ Watching them, you feel transported, taken over by a sultry tranquility as you drift into a timeless space.

    They recently released their first EP, titled ‘Superclean Vol. I,’ in the fall of 2017,  and it'll be followed by ‘Superclean Vol. II’ in early 2018.
     
  • Wasuremono

    Wasuremono

    Dream Pop

    Wasuremono - 忘れ物

    English translation “something left behind"

    On other days a four piece Indie, Krautrock, Dream-pop band from Bradford-on-Avon, South West England.

    Formed in 2013 by lead singer William Southward through his love of producing and recording cinematic soundscapes.

    Their debut album ‘Something Left Behind’ and last EP ‘Kaboom’, have been championed by the likes of BBC6 Music’s Steve Lamacq and Lauren Laverne, with songs featured heavily on the 6 music playlists, recommend shows and ‘best of 2017’.

    Their ever developing show incorporates intricate guitar styles and soundscapes, four part harmonies, rythmic drums and synths.  

    The band were recently invited to do a live session at Maida Vale which aired on Steve Lamacqs show on BBC 6 Music this year.

    What other people are saying about Wasuremono:

    “A marvellous little curio of a record” Steve Lamacq

    “What a belter. Current favourite of mine” Lauren Laverne

    “Records this good don’t just come about by chance.”   Dancing about Architecture Blog / The Swindonian

    "The music washes over me like a warm shower, in a beautiful field, on a sunny day whilst having your feet kissed by angels" - Fresh on the Net.

    "One of the most beautiful EPS I’ve had the pleasure of listening to this year" – Don’t Need no Melody

    "This band are modern, diverse and on their way up the industry ladder" - Right Chord Music

    Will Southward (Vocals and Guitar)
    Madelaine Ryan (Keys and Backing Vocals)
    Isaac Phillips (Drums)
    Phoebe Phillips (Bass)

  • Wovoka Gentle

    Wovoka Gentle

    Alternative Folk

    Wovoka Gentle are a three-piece from London, comprised of William Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason. Taking its root in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

limit 8 per person
General Admission
Bristol
£14.00 (+ £1.75 Fees)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

DHP Presents

Dot To Dot Festival 2019

Sat May 25 2019 11:00 AM

Various Venues, Bristol Bristol
Dot To Dot Festival 2019

£15.75 Ages 14+

Ages 14+
Under 18s will not have access to Thekla, The Fleece, The Island or HY Brazil Club
Under 16s will not have access to The Louisiana

** indicates guaranteed 14+

CRYSTAL FIGHTERS **
JORDAN RAKEI **
SWIM DEEP **
THE NIGHT CAFÉ **
DREAM WIFE **
THE ORIELLES **
LAUREN AQUILINA **
VIAGRA BOYS
 

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 14+
limit 8 per person
General Admission
Bristol
£14.00 (+ £1.75 Fees)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.