No Hot Ashes
Four-piece from Stockport playing post-pop-discofunk.
"Lyrics about love, heartache, getting pissed and politics. They are the poster boys for a new age" - CLASH
No Hot Ashes are a four-piece band from Stockport (Manchester) branded post-pop-discofunk. The sound they have settled on is heavy bass infused Chili Peppers meets James Brown with a rap / hip hop overlay. The combination is as infectious as it is fresh and in an era of samey local guitar bands of varying qualities. They are band you have to see live as their performances ooze raw funk rhythms and a passion for entertaining crowds.
With a range of musical influences from James Brown, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Doobie Brothers to Red Hot Chili Peppers. No Hot Ashes have developed their own brand of future-psych funk. Since their formation in 2014 they have built a solid fan base around the North West and a reputation for raucous live shows.
Past Singles "Goose" "Easy Peeler" & "Cool Cat" all received airplay from BBC Introducing Manchester, Sheffield & BBC Radio 6 (Chris Hawkins) as well as a number of regional radio stations around the country. Their new Single "Bellyaches" was made Radio X Track Of The Week on the Gordon Smart evening show & received high praise from many online blogs/zines.They have amassed over 500,000 streams on Spotify and have supported bands such as Spring King, Blossoms, The Amazons & Prides on their UK Tours. Alongside this they have been booked for major festivals such as Kendal Calling, Y Not Festival, Neighbourhood Festival & Tramlines