Doune the rabbit hole is a two day tea party situated in the beautiful countryside surrounding Doune Castle, Stirlingshire. Come sit at our table and let me tell you what treats we have in store. Expect the tea to be strong; a blend of the finest psychedelic music complimented with a dash of folk brewed to perfection in a big pot of sunshine. And we mustn’t forget the cakes; indulge yourself in a delicious array of freshly baked delights comprising of poetry, dancing, philosophy, forests, stories, lights, trees, cows, theatre, comedy, dressing up boxes, whisky, games, face-painting, giant mushrooms, rainbows (but no rain), local ale and cider, lovely organic food, and many more surprises to come.
Featuring (live) Meursault (Song, By Toad), The Junipers , Withered Hand (SL), Rozi Plain (Fence), Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Wounded Knee, Hidden Masters, Lipsync for A Lullaby, Les BOF!, Modus, Sara & The Snakes, and much more, as well as (DJs) Rudi Zygadlo (Planet Mu), Josh Jones (Death Disco - The Arches, Glasgow), Tall Paul Robinson (The Go-Go Club – Studio 24, Edinburgh), and GRNR.
'Clenched teeth, furious strum, bodies falling, souls salvaged - all belong to a shared language anyone reading this review anywhere in the world already knows like a native tongue' - Amy Granzin (Pitchfork Media)
‘to this reviewer, on only their second gig, they are the best new band in Scotland. … they play this style so authentically and convincingly that it's like being transported right back to 1966’ – Is This Music
'authentically homegrown twist the songwriting manages to put on its transatlantic influences.' - Maggoty Lamb (The Guardian)
‘woos you with its easy charms, which stills your spirit with its banjos rippling like a bubbling stream... bloody good’ - Milo McLaughlin (The Skinny / Products of a Gaseous Brain)
‘Their stuff sounds quite mod-like at times, and has a good, funky beat underlying much of it and of course, most importantly, some bloody good tunes. Fox Gang - White English.’ - Matthew Young (www.songbytoad.com)
‘Breathing life into the night, Foxgang (4/5)… It’s odd, it's manic, but the Gang are a charming bunch.’ - The Skinny
Rudi Zygadlo (Planet Mu),
‘In truth, dubstep isn’t even half of what Rudi Zygadlo does... his wild, widescreen sound takes in classic pop, prog, grime, Aphex, hip-hop and more, resulting in one of the more unique sounds you’ll hear this year’ - Factmag.com
Josh Jones (Death Disco, The Arches)
Tall Paul Robinson, The GoGo ‘Edinburgh’s finest beat night’ - The List
AND introducing ex member of Findo Gask, GRNR, live!