Line-up announced for the Energy Sessions Stage at Freeze

Line-up announced for the Energy Sessions Stage at Freeze sponsored by Relentless Energy Drink
Confirmed to play: Daniel P. Carter, Pulled Apart by Horses, Dirtyphonics and many more
Two days of music and action sports
Fri 28th- Sat 29th October at Battersea Power Station

Broadcaster and British rock scene legend, Daniel P. Carter and electro indie kids Does It Offend You, Yeah? will be just some of the highlights of the Energy Sessions Stage sponsored by Relentless Energy Drink at this year’s Relentless Energy Drink Freeze, taking place at Battersea Power Station.

Daniel P. Carter is a UK rock renaissance man. He’s played bass in pop-punk legends A, done a bit of part time guitar work with The Bloodhound Gang and has become BBC Radio 1’s very own master of noise on their Monday night rock show. Carter will be bringing it to Relentless Energy Drink Freeze with a DJ set rammed with classics set to get the party going.

Leed’s based Alt. Rockers Pulled Apart by Horses have been making horrific noise since 2008, and we mean this in a good way. Spearheading the new breed of hardcore and stoner inspired bands in the UK at the moment they will be rounding up their festival season with a cold one at Freeze.

Does It Offend You, Yeah? are one of those bands that are impossible to pin down, is it pop, electro, indie, punk or all points in between? No one seems to care though as the boys from Berkshire will be bringing their unique sound to the Energy Sessions stage, and whatever your musical preference is, we’ll bet you’ll be dancing.

Bringing something a little bit continental to the festival are the mighty Dirtyphonics. Purveyors of the finest electro-house, the production duo take no prisoners with pounding base and quite frankly massive synth, perhaps proving the groups slogan of “French do it better.”

The UK’s only snow, ski and music festival returns to the iconic Battersea Power Station for 2011. The ultimate UK apres ski party of the winter the festival is a free for all of skiing, boarding (including the infamous big air jump) and some of the most exciting music going. It’s two days of fun and action with the Relentless Energy Drink flowing, and people partying.

Other confirmed acts for the Energy Sessions Stage sponsored by Relentless Energy Drink include:
Slaves to Gravity
More Diamonds
Yes Cadets

For further line-up updates keep an eye on Relentless Energy Drinks | Extreme Sports | Alternative Music – Relentless
For tickets, news and updates on Relentless Energy Drink Freeze 2011 please visit Relentless Freeze Festival

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