PRS for Music Showcase at The Great Escape

PRS for Music is proud to hosting a showcase at The Great Escape for the first time.  The PRS for Music showcase will take place on Friday 13th May at Jam.

The Line-up

Dinosaur Pile-up
Dinosaur Pile Up are alternative/rock three piece hailing from Leeds. They were conceived by Matthew Bigland (ex Mother Vulpine frontman). Dinosaur Pile Up are heavily influenced by grunge/ rock acts Nirvana and Foo Fighters which is particularly noticeable in their single ‘Traynor’. The act are notorious for their energetic live shows!

Bones are a 3 piece band from Camden who are currently tearing up venues across London with the fervour and vehemence of an act intent on displacing the standard notions of what pop music represents. Combining raw guitars, pulsating drums and the seductive voice of vocalist, Grey, their arsenal of songs bleeds passion, guile and energy, making them one of the hottest acts in the UK today and promise to raise the bar even higher in 2011.

Black Drawing Chalk
Black Drawing Chalk do fast, dirty rock with a tough, stoner edge – that’s raw crunching guitars, thrashing drums and a show that’s made for drinking and dancing. Hailing from Goiânia, the rock capital of Brazil, BDC have been making a big noise all over Brazil, including major festivals like Goiânia Noise Festival and Abril Pro Rock. They’ve played alongside artists such as Motorhead, Eagles Of Dead Metal, Rage Against The Machine, The Datsuns and Nashville Pussy. Black Drawing Chalks have released three albums on Monstro Discos.

Hind Ear
Hind Ear create a multi-armed, multi-voiced wall of rhythm and melody.  Employing loops and layers of guitar, voices, drums, synths and samples, their sound cuts across multiple scales, from headphones to dance-floor.