Gravesend’s Tank Trap have been selected to play this year’s Isle of Wight Festival on the main stage. After playing for judges at The Halfmoon in Putney the blues rock band were one of six winners in a twelve act contest. The other winners were Cable Street Collective, CHIDI, Crystal Seagulls, Louise Golby and XOVA
The night was judged by John Giddings, Steve Harley from Cockney Rebel, Musician/Songwriter Jim Duguid, Associate Digital Editor from Q Paul Stokes and Absolute Radio presenter Andy Bush. Catch Tank Trap in a more intimate setting at Folkestone’s Bar Below on the 13th April. They will be playing alongside the other big talented bands My Life In The Making, Vivid Nation and Down To My Last.
Both Rudy Warman and Syd Arthur pulled out all the stops to make a great event. Take a read, and see them live! Get some free music here.
Warm ups, I know what you’re thinking. School day flashbacks involving stretches and threats that if you pick any more grass you’ll have to cut the field with scissors. Luckily Syd Arthur have a very different idea of a warm up. Alongside Folkestone’s own Rudy Warman the Canterbury based psycadelic band played The Bar Below, Folkestone as a warm up show to their imminent tour.