The Cosmic stage is run by Jamie and is located in the main hall at the youth camp. We try to put on as diverse a bunch of musicians as you are ever likely to see on one stage. MCd by the marvelous Ministry of Loud, the Cosmic stage runs from 7pm till very, very late.
Six seasoned musicians who can tailor a set for an emotive Sunday afternoon or funky late night session. Dreamy songs with latin horns, from salsa to psychedelia. The perfect band for a special event, party or function to give your occasion that festival vibe.
Having signed with Magick Eye Records Flutatious are now working on their 4th album with renowned producer John Mitchell at Outhouse Studios. They will be bringing some new tunes to Cosmic Puffin this year along with the old favourites. It has been said that Flutatious will have you dancing like a paper bag in a wind tunnel. With many other great festival bookings in 2016 Cosmic Puffin will be their first of the year and is always one of their favourite shows.
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The Majestic are a London based 5-piece band with a unique brand of roots-rock reggae delivered in a whacky visual sing-a-long style. The present lineup has been together since late 2010 but their roots spread much longer.
They play at a number of festivals including Cosmic Puffin, Boomtown Fair, Sheffield Tramlines, Penn, Summer Breeze and Summer Saturnalia to name a few. The season culminates with headlining the Zion Festival in Malta.
In the Autumn of 2014, a freak musical collision forced Ghosts Of Men to become but two.
This is the fallout; a truly massive guitar sound and huge groove laden drums mixed in with seductive vocals make for a musical experience that is at the same time as fresh and new as it is dirty and as old as time.
Dripping with funky, sleazy riffs and primal choruses, less in this case really does mean more.
Unity Division is a lively fun Punk/Folk/Rock 3-piece band with original material blending raw and sensuous energy.
Serena leads with an exciting vocal tone, brickwall guitar and a visual feast of costumes (the exception being Unity Division’s infamous naked live set on ResonanceFM), whilst Dru has a pure sweet voice melding his haunting vocals with angsty rhythm guitar chops and rumbling bass. Completing the lineup is exceptional veteran drummer Chris Black (Tears of Destruction/ Stomp/ Agent Provocateur/ Sniper/ Mekon/ William Orbit) bringing his tight, hard-hitting rhythms to the stage.
Punk/folk rhythms, chainsaw guitars mashed with soaring heartfelt harmonies and lyrics that are heart-wrenching in their honesty – delivered with a passion, good vibes, DIY ethics and positive self-awareness: all bundled up within a sense of fun and festival spirit.