Birmingham Promoters and Baddies Boogie presents:
The Butters Aliens are a young, eccentric modern era punk band from Birmingham. With influences like RATBOY, SKEPTA and FIDLAR, they create a very lively environment when they are performing.
Pollen.ating the airwaves since 2014 this manic 4 piece blast out a chaotic cacophony of funky fusion concepts. Drawing influences from the worlds of reggae, ska, punk, psychedelia, hip-hop, funk, and jazz. With no two songs sounding alike, their unwillingness to be pigeonholed drove them to coin a phrase to explain their sound “devil reggae”. Always forging new ideas, whether on it or off it, this gang never forget about the beat with that all important groove is at the heart of every track.
Taking to the stage across the Midlands and beyond, these four amigos have played alongside Big D and the Kids table, Popes of Chilitown, Wonk Unit, The Soap Girls, Allusondrugs, The Bad Flowers, Nosebleed, Captain Stingrays Groove Machine and many more!
Titans of DOOM are an alternative three piece from Birmingham whose style and sound has been influenced and shaped by hip-hop, drum and bass, metal, punk and hardcore as well as the grim realities of the second city and the wider modern world.
Their music is charged by the broken political and cultural landscape of 21st century Britain and their intention is to make sure that those who are pissed off stay that way and those who are not, listen up, pay attention and get pissed off!
The WhiteNoise was formed in Birmingham at the beginning of 2017. The band blend elements of classic rock and alternative rock to create an original, distinctive sound. Citing bands like Black Sabbath, Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, T. Rex, and The Strokes as influences ensures that The White Noise are not a band that can be easily categorised.