• Guillotine

    Having formed in early 2017, Guillotine didn’t waste any time making their presence known. Their second ever show was to a sold out 1100 capacity Electric Ballroom and it didn’t take long for Radio 1 to start playing the band on their specialist programmes.

  • Rough Hands

    Rough Hands formed in 2011 and instantly made their mark with the attacking hardcore of ‘Nothing’s Changed’ released through Holy Roar Records. Since then the music has gotten darker and more atmospheric incorporating elements of shoegaze and electronica into their metallic milieu.

  • Cheap Surgery

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    Featuring members of Healing Powers, Hex and Human Certainty, these Leeds based punks digitally self-released their demo early in 2017. We loved it so much had to release it as a Venn Records cassette. Super limited edition Cheap Surgery demo tape and T-shirt bundles available for immediate shipping!

  • Higher Power

    Higher Power’s hardcore is about positive expression of aggression and a form of escapology. It is angry music – but lyrically they convey a lot about themselves as people. It’s about finding a positive outlet for their anger, whether it’s social issues or mental health, it’s adding a social consciousness and depth to an often one-dimensional genre.

  • Nervus

    Nervus started as a bedroom project for songwriter M Foster. Within weeks of ‘Bones’ appearing on the internet, Radio 1 picked up on the track and Nervus quickly grew into a four piece. As far as debut albums go, Permanent Rainbow by Nervus will be hard to beat in terms of songwriting and memorable hooks. It’s an album that’s as raw as it is melodic and features ten heartfelt anthems of sorrow, anxiety and regret.

  • Eat Me

    If there’s two things we as a label can collectively agree on it’s guitar solos and bangers. Eat Me write nothing but bangers and the sickest guitar solos.

  • Grove Street Families

    Brought up on a heady diet of ultraviolent video games and Suicidal Tendencies, Southampton’s Grove Street Families are breaking all the rules with their latest release ‘The Las Venturas EP’, out now on Venn Records.

  • Falls

    FALLS combine off kilter riffs and manly sex appeal to produce a huge rock’n’roll that will get you pumping your fist and shaking your hips at the same time (if you can imagine such a thing). Needless to say this band absolutely kill it live so get to a show when they pass through your town, you will not regret it!

  • Youth Man

    Youth Man’s sound is a collision of visceral punk rock and angular groove. This makes the band as unique as they are exciting. Having already laid waste to numerous venues across Europe, Youth Man are set to turn heads worldwide with their first release on Venn Records.

  • Tigercub

    Brighton 3-piece Tigercub are the beacon of light that the UK music scene has been crying out for. Finally there is a band that will not only inspire young musicians but remind older ones how it felt to discover great music all over again. Sharp vocals, witty lyrics, mammoth riffs and a wall of sound that significantly proves Tigercub are destined for huge success in the coming months.