Time: 8:00 pm
Saturday 13th July | Times: 8pm-Midnight | Entry: £3
All entry money is shared between the acts
Twenty on Black are a British rock band formed in Rhuddlan, North Wales, in 2017.
The group consists of Gav Rasmussen (guitar, vocals) and Tron Marshall (drums). Shortly after performing their first stand-alone gig at The Station, Colwyn Bay on the 7th of April 2018, they then went on to play an additional 30+ gigs during 2018, the highlight being the headline act at Wild Festivals Wales.
The band’s raw rock sound draws heavily from Rasmussen’s influences, including Nirvana and Left Lane Cruiser, and Marshall’s influences, including Band of Skulls, The Black Keys, Cage The Elephant.
Their debut EP, Twenty on Black, was released on 3rd of November 2018, and is available to stream and download from all major music services.
Rejectionist Front “is more than a happening band with a cookin sound, they are that rare band making important music” say Grammy Award Winner Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, A Perfect
, Linkin Park). The band was honored when Wallace mixed the single “Fifty Dollars” from their debut CD, “Shock The Conscious Mass.” The track has played on radio throughout the US.
The single “Flush” is part of MTV’s Sounds of the Revolution. It focuses on the banks’ role in causing the economic crisis and the steep price many people have paid.
Along with many inspiring artists including Crosby and Nash, Patti Smith, Warren Haynes, Third Eye Blind and Tom Morello, RF contributed “Reclaim” on a CD in support of Occupy that won the Independent Music Award best album of the year.
A dynamic sound and unique vocal merge with Rejectionist Front’s critically acclaimed follow-up CD, “Evolve” that focuses on conflict both within ourselves and throughout society as we struggle for positive change. It has played on radio throughout the US and licensed to MTV, Netflix, NASCAR, Fox Sports, PBS and A&E Network.
In addition to music, Perlman channels his activism into film and is an award winning director/writer/producer as well as an official Artist For Amnesty. His films have been broadcast around the world on television, theatrically released throughout the US and have had more than 2,000 private screenings including the US Congress, British Parliament, European Parliament and Google Headquarters. The films focus on the struggle for freedom and justice through emotional stories of courage and resiliency and have included the Dalai Lama, Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, Richard Gere and Lou Reed.