Book Yer Ane Fest VI is only a few weeks away and we’re all getting pretty excited about it, mixed with the usual trepidation, fear and nervousness about whether or not all the bases have been covered. Hopefully most of them have been by now. One thing that hasn’t been addressed, however, is which bands are playing on which days. This post shall seek to remedy this.
As usual, things are subject to change, especially with so many bands involved. I’ll only be covering day splits; set times and running order will be announced on the day of the shows themselves, with the exception of Oi Polloi headlining on the Friday night and Vic Galloway‘s DJ set thereafter.
I’m stoked on this year’s line-up. Hopefully you will be too!
Weekend tickets are on sale for £20 here.
All individual days will be £10 on the door, so don’t sleep on the cheap weekend tickets. Physical tickets can also be purchased at Groucho’s Records and Cerberus Bar in Dundee.
Again, bands not in order of appearance! Running order to be announced on the individual days.
Friday 30th November @ Kage Nightclub, St. Andrew’s Lane, Dundee
Anarcho punk legends play their first Dundee show in nearly a decade.
THE CUT UPS
Exeter’s finest return for a flying visit with their new album “Building Bridges. Starting Here”.
London’s darkest punks are back in Dundee armed with their new record “Muffy”.
FROM THE CRADLE TO THE RAVE
Riot-step/ska-core/drum’n’bass/hxc mash-up mentalists play their first ever Dundee show.
SLAVES; Dark’n’sleazy London punk two-piece on tour with Wonk Unit visit Dundee for the first time.
Glasgow’s gnarliest punk rock’n’rollers return to bring us their infection.
CERTAIN DEATH (DRIVE BY AUDIO)
Fife’s most mental come back to bring us their brand of rap/hxc/metal mayhem.
Saturday 1st December @ Kage Nightclub, St. Andrews Lane, Dundee
Glasgow’s finest hard-working pop-punk princes cap off an amazing year.
Swansea’s finest come back to destory after last year’s riotous Friday night show.
Glasgow’s fastest thrash punk rock’n’rollers will decimate everything in their path.
PRELUDE TO THE HUNT
Aberdeen’s bleakest play BYAF for the first time and bring with grindpunk madness with them.
The heavyweight champions of cathartic screamo/hardcore maintain their 100% BYAF record.
Ramshackle melodic “doom-punks” play their last show of a very eventful 2012.
Shred-tastic melodic post-hxc/tech-core mayhem from Glasgow playing their first Dundee show.
QUESTION THE MARK
None-more-gruff sing-a-long melodic punk rock from the dark depths of south Wales.
Super-speedy melodic tech-punk from the grim north-east of England.
FUCK! (IT’S PRONOUNCED SHIT!)
The fast-as-fuck gobby melodic punk rock equivalent of a nervous breakdown.
THE KIMBERLY STEAKS
Larkhall’s cheekiest pop-punk charmers play their first ever BYAF with new EP “Terminal Boredom” in the bag.
Fuzzed-out garage pop-punk/rock’n’roll/hardcore mercenaries from the far north bring the rukus.
Dundee’s finest purveyors of intense melodic sing-a-long indie/emo/punk jamz crown a cracking year in style.
Fiercely passionate intense screamo/punk/hxc jamz from Aberdeen play their first BYAF. A treat for sure.
None-more-bouncy upbeat ska-punk from Ayrshire full of horns and super-catchy choruses, fronted by an actual American!
Sunday 2nd December @ Non-Zero’s, Castle Street, Dundee
THE WON OVER
Thoughtful, aching, introspective yet soaring melodic indie rock from Dundee.
Soaring atmospheric post-rock from Glasgow on Overlook Records play their first Dundee show.
Vic Galloway’s favourite hulking rock behemoths return to decimate BYAF one more time.
Epic, swirling soundscapes and hauntingly melodic lo-fi twisted pop goodness from Glasgow-based songwriter Ewan Grant.
Scotland’s finest acoustic punk rock poet returns to charm you all the way to the bar.
THE BARENTS SEA
The first east coast show from the freshly invigorated and new looking melodic indie rock band with the new line-up.
Scuzzy garage blues punk from Dundee’s most handsome art school dance band.
Dundee’s most menacing hardcore band bring their brutal tech-punk madness back for their first show in a year.
THE WALKING TARGETS
Young Edinburgh melodic punk rockers play Dundee for the very first time.
Tayside’s most brutal and sadistic hardcore band will give you the hangover cure you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy.
Soulful piano-led soul punk balladry from Raph, erstwhile frontman of The Stay Gones and perennial punk rock institution.
WeCameFromWolves drummer, former PMX frontman and all-round musical machine John Harcus bares it all flying solo.
Well-travelled acoustic punk rock troubadour brings his soulful tales to BYAF for the first time.
Acoustic cowpunk (at heart) from a young Scottish boy returning from time away in Canada. First show in a year!
“The John Martyn of punk rock” (in the words of Chris T-T) returns to bring his heart-warming/wrenching songs to BYAF one more time.
Andychainsawiswithoutadoubtatwopintgrowler. Absolutely none-more-gruff passionate acoustic beard-core goodness.
Owen from Bonehouse/The Won Over/Fall Of Boss Koala brings his exceptional talents to his first ever solo acoustic show.
TRAGICAL HISTORY TOUR
Solocore acoustic cowpunk from UNIFORMS/MTAT man.
First ever solo acoustic show from former Pensioner man, most recently seen behind mixing consoles for the likes of Kaddish and Bonehouse.
That’s it; 3 days and 2 nights of punk/hxc/emo/indie/acoustic/ska/screamo madness in Dundee to benefit Safe-Tay and the projects that they support. This year the money will be going towards buying a new lifeboat for Tayside Mountain/Water Rescue. Hopefully you’ll join us for what should be an amazing weekend for a great cause that is close to all of our hearts.
Part One of the BYAF Compilation can be downloaded for a £1 donation here.
Don’t forget your cheap weekend tickets here.
I look forward to seeing your faces.