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Stoyic @ Carling Academy

Bristol, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Bristol, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

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The best kept secret in music


Burn to be Wild - four of the hottest underground up and coming bands in the UK battled it out to have their music soundtrack one of EA Games stunning Burnout games. It was always going to be awesome and when NME went to Manchester's Hard Rock cafe to help judge the UK final it surpassed all expectations. The finalists were handpicked from thousands of entries so NME readied itself to watch some mighty fine talent in was close but the prize went to Stoyic whose barrage of punkoid, emo-influenced rock manage to bowl the judges over. - NME

Stoyic should be headlining the Bristol Ashton Court Festival, it beats me why they need big name bands to headline when Bristol has bands of this calibre. - Bristol Rock website

Somerset based band Stoyic have impressed the judges and been voted onto the New Music stage at the Edinburgh Fringe festival. Tipped for the top, Stoyic are one of only nine bands chosen to showcase on the PRS New Msuic stage out of over 500 bands who applied to play. - PRS

Stoyic are a different proposition altogether, blending heavy riffs and ballsy tunes, reminiscent of American emo-core, but whatever you want to call it, it rocks, hard. A genuine buzz sourrounds this band and you'd be a fool to miss out. - Sheer Music


Stoyic EP - Dec 2006 5 tracks
Something More Human EP - Nov 2005 6 tracks
Akira EP - Sep 2004 5 tracks
Theories of Everything EP - Feb 2004 7 tracks
Punkilation (track 18 When fish had Wings) Never Gonna Make it Records 2003
Airplay on Radio One, Pulserated and local radio stations,


Feeling a bit camera shy


We've showcased for the PRS in the New Music Tent at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, were runners up in the EA Games Burnout Bandslam Global final in Barcelona (won the UK final) and been played by Steve Lamacq on Radio One