Outsider Art Fest for Inverness

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Outsider Art Fest to debut in November.

Outsider Art Fest is borne out of the idea of who are the people doing there own thing and forging their own path, and by choosing that path makes them. Outsider Art Fest is a celebration of the best in alternative, hard rock, pop punk, hardcore and math-core drawing from local and national talent.

Ray Brower, hail from Aberdeen and quote influences such as Tool, Machine Head, Killswitch Engage, creating and “abrasive yet melodic hardcore” style. Their debut album “Speaking Truthfully. Thinking Brave” received a great response including it’s lead single reaching number 1 on iTunes metal charts. A new album is promised soon. Recent live performances have included Hellfest 2017, Full Metal Haggis 2018 and a sold-out gig celebrating ten years of Thrashist Regime.

Defining themselves as Math / Hardcore with a sound that is “Aggressive and mental”, Sharkteeth Grinder are influenced by world events; “Society is fucked up and we like to highlight that through our music.” Having released their “Volume II” EP at the beginning of the year, 2018 sees the band follow their biggest love; touring with UK and European excursions planned.

From Northampton, Drinsipa have shades of Drenge and Royal Blood in their sound that they describe as a “Noisy progressive riffy fuzzy hot mess”.

Inverness is represented at the event by the post-hardcore of Fight the Raptor, rockers
Cherry Park, This Machine, Forgetting The Future and the alternative rock of No More Heroes.

Earth 616 promotions presents Outsider Art Fest featuring Ray Bowser and more as they play Phoenix Bar, Inverness on the 3rd of November

TICKET LINK,  but you can also buy tickets from Forgetting The Future, No More Heroes, Union Vinyl and The Phoenix


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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
A lifelong passion for music matched with a geeky fascination for social media and websites resulted in the creation of Inverness Gigs back in 2010. The aim of the site is to help promote, support and generally raise awareness of the local music scene.If you want get in touch you can contact me direct at invernessgigs@gmail.com

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