At Bombshed Music we offer gigging opportunities for young, local, established and touring bands in Ayrshire. We do not conduct a pay to play policy.
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Bombshed Music presented Sicknote, a mad bunch from Wales on their way around Scotland on tour. Sicknote are an electro-punk band who sound like a collision of The Aphex Twin, Prodigy and Happy Mondays. Sicknote came to Furys, Ayr on June 8th with support from The Girobabies their official Scottish tour support, The Fear and Taylor Buntain.
Bombshed Music proudly presented MAKE SPARKS with support from Coasts and Black and White Boy to Furys, Ayr on Fri 20 July 2012 at 7pm. It was a cracking night!
Hailing from Dundee, MAKE SPARKS have been making music together since their early teens. Writing sick notes for school for each other Craig, Bobby and Adam would take days off and sneak back home to practise all day long. The ultimate outcome is a hook laden indie rock pop band. Make Sparks.
"Well crafted pop songs performed with true belief and enthusiasm; a result of the years of
dedication invested in their craft." – The List
MAKE SPARKS have toured extensively thought Scotland, notching up supports with
the likes of Feeder, Attack Attack, and Sucioperro, playing festivals such as T in The
Park, Wickerman, Wizard, and Oxjam over the last 2 years.
We then had VUKOVI at Furys, Ayr on Fri 17 August 2012 at 7pm.
VUKOVI first burst onto the scene when their first recording “Get Hot and Feel the Butterflies “was aired on Radio 1 only 2 months after they had formed. The 4-piece self-released two EPs at the end of 2011 with which they garnered plays on Amazing Radio, Clyde 1, BBC Scotland, TotalRock Radio, Radio 1 and playlisted in Kerrang magazine. Live sessions followed shortly on both Amazing Radio, Radio 1 and BBC Scotland.
They are Vic Galloway’s “Artist to Watch” in 2012 for Radio Scotland, and Jim Gellatly’s
Top Tips in 2012 for the Scottish Sun.
"VUKOVI look primed for big things this year" Kerrang Magazine