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12 more bands you cannot miss at Icebreaker Festival 2018!

Icebreaker Festival returns to Albert Road and Elm Grove, Southsea in just under two weeks for the South’s largest unsigned music festival. Taking place across the 2nd/3rd February 2018, the festival will bring a whole smorgasbord of music to Portsmouth and here are just a few bands in which we think you should probably check out across the weekend.

This is the second part of two posts and the previous edition of bands you must see at Icebreaker Festival 2018 can be found here.

Tickets for Icebreaker Festival 2018 can also be purchased here and you can also find a Spotify playlist including all recommended bands at the bottom of this post.

Dutch Criminal Record

When and where? Edge of the Wedge 17:55 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Chichester based alternative rock band with fast, upbeat tracks jam packed full of guitar melodies and harmonies.

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Crxsses

When and where? One Eyed Dog at 19:05 on Friday 2nd February.

In Brief: Indie-electronic duo with pop-sensibilities from Portsmouth.

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Marmalade Moonshine

When and where? The Royal Albert 21:20 on Friday 2nd February.

In Brief: Fareham/Portsmouth based rock n’ roll band.

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Four Folds Law

When and where? One Eyed Dog at 18:55 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Indie band from Portsmouth with a dash of pop sensibilities thrown in for good measure.

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Submariner

When and where? Wedgewood Rooms at 15:55 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Charming indie pop quartet from Southampton.

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Sad Palace

When and where? One Eyed Dog at 14:45 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: One of the most exciting bands coming out of Gosport at the moment. Self-described as “supernatural groove rock” band.

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Temples Of Youth

When and where? Wine Vaults Stage 2 at 21:30 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Hampshire based indie-electronic duo.

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Melt Dunes

When and where? Wedgewood Rooms at 21:45 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Portsmouth/Southampton based psychedelic rock band whose music can be both doom-laden and dream-like in the same breath.

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Costellos

When and where? Wine Vaults Stage 1 at 17:15 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Energetic, guitar-driven music from the indie quartet from Southampton.

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Number 9

When and where? The Royal Albert at 21:20 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Portsmouth based 60’s influenced psychedelic rock band.

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Flowvers

When and where? Wedgewood Rooms 17:35 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Young dream-pop/indie pop band from Portsmouth.

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Eyes To The Skies

When and where? Apaculpo at 21:50 on Saturday 3rd February.

In Brief: Portsmouth based alternative, indie-pop band.

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More information about Icebreaker Festival:

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Spotify playlist including all recommended bands by Mix It All Up:



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