Plugged w/ Dolls, Carry the Crown & Kill the Ideal

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Plugged w/ Dolls, Carry the Crown & Kill the Ideal

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Plugged, curated by BBC Music Introducing in Lincolnshire, is a monthly live event featuring the hottest new bands from across the UK.

Live sets from: DOLLS, Carry The Crown & Kill The Ideal
DJ Set from Redders


DOLLS' own brand of infectious grunge-punk is fuelled by Jade (guitar and vocals) and Bel (drums and vocals). Having spent the last year relentlessly gigging in and around the capital DOLLS are now packing out London venues. The 2-piece are already being championed by John Kennedy at Radio X and by BBC Introducing and the band have just finished the recording of their debut EP working with Jim Sclavunos whose production credits alongside being a member of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, include The Horrors, The Wytches and Du Blonde.

“Sharp-edged guitar lines and pounding drums, there's a faint edge of the gothic to DOLLS, a sense that they walk on the dark side of the road.” – Clash Magazine

► Carry the Crown

Carry The Crown are bringing their energy driven version of modern alt rock to the forefront of the music scene across the UK. Known for their thrilling stage performances, they bring their catchy and anthemic sounds and mix them with a stage show that the crowds love. After the success of their first EP, they've been supported by BBC Introducing and featured by Huw Stephens on Radio 1.

► Kill the Ideal

Kill The Ideal are a 3-piece alternative rock band consisting of Ash Wilson (Guitar/ Vocals), Luke Farmer (Bass) and Jordan Bell (Drums).

The band released their debut EP ‘Heritage’ in March 2015 which showcased two singles ‘Higher’ and ‘Heritage’. Off the back of this EP, KTI started to stamp their footprint on the UK rock scene by gaining national press from the likes of Kerrang!, Hit The Floor Magazine, BBC Introducing, Punktastic and Total Uprawr.

The band also hit the road hard by playing shows with the like of Lonely The Brave, Black Peaks, Holding Absence, Decade, Our Last Night and many more.

“If this is a sign of things to come then we’re in for a treat” – ALEX BAKER, KERRANG! RADIO
14 years and over
£4 advance // £5 on the door

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