Gang were in the Edge of The Wedge this weekend for Dials Festival check our pictures of the sludgy grunge band here:
Skinny Girl Diet in The Edge:
We caught Rickyfitts explosive set this weekend at Dials Festival. Fuelled with thrashy hardcore punk, the packed room was alive for the Portsmouth favourites as you can see by our picture set below!
Kagoule graced the Wedgewood Rooms with their heavier side of indie-pop, and bassist Lucy's energy really engaged the crowd:
Early on we saw Glass in Little Johnny Russell’s:
Then over to The Loft for Frauds, check out our interview with them here: http://www.loudnoisesmag.com/blog/2015/10/7/frauds-interview-dials-festival-2015
Fickle Friends ramped up the show with their brand of new wave indie-pop in the Wedgewood Rooms, their debut EP Velvet is out now.
Curxes put on a great show in the Wedgewood Rooms:
Singer / songwrier Chloe Black's haunting "goth & Soul" gave us nostalgic dark soulful pop in The Wedgewood Rooms, described as a "fantastically romantic lover of monochrome with a French twist":
Crows of London were back in Southsea this time in the Edge:
Black Honey, championed by Radio 1, their slower 60's tones really made the show alive.
Rounding off the festival were headlinersHooton Tennis Club Wedgewood Rooms main stage