Since 2010 What’s The Noise Promotions has been one of Scotland’s fastest growing events & promotions companies. We at WTNP are dedicated to searching out and supporting the best independent bands from across Scotland & the UK. We have strong affiliations with the best music venues throughout Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Throughout the years WTNP shows have seen the likes of The Coral, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The View, Catfish & The Bottlemen, The Rifles, The Fratellis, Steve Cradock (OCS/ Paul Weller), The Buzzcocks, Life In Film, Richard Fearless (Death In Vegas), Ian Skelly, Nick Power (The Coral), Sons & Daughters, Detroit Social Club, Mark Morriss (The Bluetones), Chris Helme (Seahorses), Nick Mercer (Sergeant), Alan McGee (Creation Records), Jon Windle (Little Man Tate), Drew McConnell (Baby Shambles), Proud Mary, Bez (Happy Mondays), KAV, Felix Martin (Hot Chip), Sons & Daughers, The Struts, Dexters, 12 Dirty Bullets, The Merrylees, The Moons, Modern Faces, The Stagger Rats, The River 68’s, The Sundowners and many more.
We believe in the future of the music industry and fully support breakthrough bands/artists to help them reach their potential of a career in the music industry. Whether you’re a new band looking for a gig, music fan looking for the best new music or a record label looking for talent, look no further, WTNP are the first stop for great quality independent music.
What’s The Noise also works very closely alongside UK’s leading Rock ‘n’ Roll club night, This Feeling. Associated with XFM radio, This Feeling manages and supplies the best up and coming talent north and south of the border. We have helped massively in building the brand up in Scotland for over the past 2 years and have built up a great working relationship with This Feeling and its partners. Not only has this created a great club night in Scotland that supports thriving talent but it has also created a platform for bands to get support and promotion on a bigger stage that is not offered by any other promoter.
About This Feeling
‘London’s most rock ‘n’ roll night out’ and ‘where to see future next big things in advance’ The Evening Standard
“Like a mad 60’s carnival” Serge Pizzorno “A colossal club night” Noel Gallagher
This Feeling has long been London’s best club night welcoming Kasabian, Noel Gallagher, Miles Kane, The Enemy, Noel Fielding and many more to play, DJ or prop up the bar. The night has now expanded to many major cities around the UK but it doesn’t stop there; the This Feeling on-line magazine has been up for just under a year but receives upwards of 20,000 hits per week. Four on-line This Feeling TV shows in association with Guinness (over 200,000 hits per episode) were released November ’12 with plans to hit the big screen proper this year. This Feeling is now an established taste-maker, all the big journalists at NME, Q, The Sun, Music Week plus the producers at XFM, Absolute Radio and 6 Music all pay close attention to the bands This Feeling books or reviews, many such industry being regulars at This Feeling nights. It’s a regular hang out for bands, too; many acts have been offered tour supports off the back of playing This Feeling. For example Sound of Guns were taken out on the Stereophonics tour, Rev & The Makers took the Janice Graham Band on the road and Miles Kane was wowed by Dexters after seeing them at This Feeling.
Good things happen to bands that play and impress at This Feeling…
Check out www.thisfeeling.co.uk for more info