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We have started announcing the lineup for this year’s Croxfest! Further updates soon.
The festival kicks off at 12 noon and runs until 8pm. Running order:
On stage: 12:00
Supernova were formed when the three members became disillusioned with the music they were playing in their respective bands and decided to start a new project covering only the songs they liked. Their individual tastes in music, some shared and others not ensure the set list is always varied with classic and contemporary rock songs from REM and Radiohead to Pearl Jam.
All three members have a wealth of musical experience having performed in a variety of different bands over the years including: The Furys, The Rattlers, Scarlet Days, Numb, Herbdaddy and many more. Al, Nige and Wildski are all local ‘lads’ and attended primary and secondary schools in Croxley Green. They have performed many times in Croxley including three appearances on the Croxley Revels music stage.
On stage: 12:40
A young talented local rock band from Watford/Rickmansworth playing their own songs and maybe the odd Metallica cover.
Their debut album is out now, contact any of the band members if you’d like a copy.
On stage: 13:20
The Eleventh Hour are Croxley’s very own five-piece, specialising in delivering their unique treatment of classic rock and pop from across the decades. Featuring strong lead-violin and piano/keyboard on top of rocking guitar riffs, The Eleventh Hour take the stage with energy, commitment and a focus on ensuring their audience join them in having a really good time. Regulars from pubs, clubs and parties in and around Croxley will look forward to a stonking Croxfest set from these experienced and ever-enthusiastic local musicians.
On stage: 14:05
The Cautionaries are an explosive indie/pop band from Hertfordshire who are beating a pathway into the music industry. Summer 2011: the boys are busy working on the album, which is already sounding AMAZING and cannot wait to get it out later this year! The Cautionaries have been described as sounding a little like: The Kooks, Black Kids, Shed Seven, Turin Brakes, Morrissey, Snow Patrol, Gene, The Cure, and James Morrison.
On stage: 14:50
‘In case of emergency – call the Jelly Fiends!’ This band has been around since the 1980s believe it or not. A fantastic, quirky, quintessentially English indie band, playing their own material, much loved by the Watford musical community! The JELLY FiENDS have been described as ‘Madness meets the Pistols’ and ‘Danni Minogue on Acid’ We’ll leave it for you to decide.
On stage: 15:35
A great young local band. Playing polished pop to a very high standard of musicianship. New, fresh and exciting, The Indegenerates are one of Hertfordshire’s most promising bands, producing pounding rhythms, edgy guitars and the kind of soaring, anthemic choruses that Fall Out Boy would be proud of. Their debut CD “Listen to This” looks like the first step on the road to success for the four-piece, and with an average age of just 17, the only way is up for this young band; when you combine that with their energetic live set, phenomenal work-rate and flat-out refusal to take no for an answer, you can’t help but think that The Indegenerates will soon have the world at their feet.
On stage: 16:25
Back by popular demand! With their unique sound Flutatious have been gaining interest from various parts of the industry but still enjoy the freedom of being truly independent; self produced, managed and promoted. They have had headline slots at Ecofest, Knockengorroch, Alchemy and Waveform festivals. It has been said that “Flutatious are one of the bands dragging folk/rock into the 21st century…”
On stage: 17:15
A superb classic Rockabilly band. They are a four piece from North London & Reading and have played Watford many times so are well known to rockabilly fans in the area.
The Daytonas have risen from the ashes of The Unknowns. 50s music has been in their blood for over 25 years, but they want to write new material based on the 50s idear of good time music. So come on down and shake it with The Daytonas.
On stage: 18:10
Tenek from Brighton are an Electronic/Synthpop band with fantastic songs and real bite. They have played extensively in the UK and also in Europe (including Russia!), supporting acts such as The Human League, Front 242 and Assemblage 23 and will support Toyah on her upcoming tour in October 2011. They have released a new album this year called ‘On The Wire’ which is available now.
On stage: 19:10
The Informers are a power trio from the Herts, Beds and Bucks area who play cherished favourites from the 70s & 80s – delivering powerpop, ska, rock, new romantic (oh yes!) and new wave & punk tunes with a passion!
A very hardworking band that always makes sure the crowd are sent home with grins on their faces, sore feet from all that jigging about and humming tunes they forgot they knew!
A brilliant time guaranteed!