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Tricorn, Morass Of Molasses, Old Sarum, Zenthetix, Dead Town Nothing, Gravel Rash, Sweet Ether, The Bleechers At Icebreaker, Portsmouth

Tricorn

31.01.2015

Portsmouth hosted its first ever winter one day festival Icebreaker which saw over 70 bands play 6 venues, all within easy reach of each other. Hosted by Pilot Promotions who have an excellent reputation for putting on some of the best live shows in Portsmouth, it was held at some of the top live venues – The Wedgewood Rooms, The Edge Of The Wedge, The Atrium, The Fat Fox, The Deco and The Honest Politician.
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Featured Band: Tricorn

Tricorn

Portsmouth based four piece Tricorn formed in 2008 and since then the band have built on their reputation of delivering solid riffs, full of a hard rock sound that is classic, heavy and with a stoner influence, which not only sounds epic on their 2 albums, but also sounds immense when played live.
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The Underground Pilots, Little London, Tricorn, Foxer Live At The Edge Of The Wedge, Portsmouth

Tricorn

12.12.2014

The Edge Of The Wedge, the slightly smaller and more intimate venue of the Wedgewood Rooms where you can see bands close up, was the scene of Breaking Bands featuring four of the best bands around at the moment on the local live scene. Hosted by Pilot Promotions who did a brilliant job of bringing together the line-up for the evening, it was 3 hours of rock at its finest.
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Mark Morriss, Andrew Foster, The Butterfly Culture, Kill Kasper, Tricorn Live At Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

Victorious

23.07.2014

This weekend of 23rd and 24th August, Southsea in Hampshire hosted what has hopefully become an annual event of the Victorious Festival. Having moved this year to the seafront which allowed the festival to be even bigger and better, I think everyone will agree that the change of venue made the festival a total success, especially as Saturday was completely sold out in advance and Sunday wasn’t far off. Having attended on the Saturday it was certainly a brilliant day and the organisers did a fantastic job, hopefully the event will run with the same set up next year as it is certainly one of the festivals to go along and see in the South.
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