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The Countryside Alliance Crew

The Countryside Alliance Crew

The Countryside Alliance Crew


The Countryside alliance crew started out in 2003, Bringing their soundsystem to local cattle markets, Auctions, Country Fete and County shows. The Crew were formed by the rival farmers DJ Psylage and Farmer Giles Peterson in an attempt to settle their bitter land dispute, but quickly grew in size and now boasts almost 100 members. Brought together by a love of farming and a general concern for lack of rural representation in today's underground music scene Read more on Last.fm
The Countryside alliance crew started out in 2003, Bringing their soundsystem to local cattle markets, Auctions, Country Fete and County shows. The Crew were formed by the rival farmers DJ Psylage and Farmer Giles Peterson in an attempt to settle their bitter land dispute, but quickly grew in size and now boasts almost 100 members. Brought together by a love of farming and a general concern for lack of rural representation in today's underground music scene, The crew are intent on bringing their unique "Farmcore" style to the forefront and initiating a rural takeover. This year has seen the crew's reputation get stronger after appearances at Glade festival, and Ottery St Mary's village fete, They have also caught the attention Radio 1 DJ's Rob Da Bank and Scott Mills. Receiving National airplay and spreading the word of "Farmcore" to the UK. The Countryside Alliance Crew is made up of various members of the Wrong Music crew. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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