Hector Bizerk comes to Mad Hatters, Hootananny, in January.

Hector Bizerk at The Ironworks, 2014
Hector Bizerk at The Ironworks, 2014

Described by The Skinny as “using the scene’s history and vernacular to create relevant music with universal appeal, becoming one of the most exciting live bands in Scotland in the process.”

Grabbing a number of plaudits in 2014 including having ‘Nobody seen Nothing’ shortlisted for for The Scottish Album of the Year and their EP  ‘The Bird That Never Flew’ being identified as one of the EPs of the year by Rave Child.

They have never neglected their Highland fans with local performances including a slot at Belladrum and headlining the Summer Showcase at The Ironworks.

2015 promises more of the same with The Evening Times and The Scottish Sun among many more anticipating much for champions of the Scottish Hip-Hop scene.

Hector Bizerk are playing Mad Hatter on January the 24th of January and will be supported by Charlotte Brimner. (8pm Doors!)

You can also catch Hector Bizerk at this year’s Brew at the Bog.

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