Fri, 28 Jul|
Your new favourite singers and songwriters!
Time & Location
28 Jul 2023, 18:00 – 22:00
Moustache Bar, 58 Stoke Newington Rd, London N16 7XB, UK
About the event
Lineup: (Set order to be announced)
- Jessie Reid
- Sammy T Winters
- Solitude Sometimes Is
- Alan Caruso
Jessie Reid’s folk-influenced, percussive fingerstyle guitar playing has drawn comparisons with the likes of Ben Howard, Newton Faulkner, Lucy Rose and Nick Mulvey. Her latest singles have amassed over two million streams with support from Spotify editorial curators (featured on playlists such as 'New Music Friday UK', 'Most Beautiful Songs in the World' and 'Lost in the Woods') and over the past year she has been featured by BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson, Chris Hawkins and BBC Wales’s Janice Long. Recently, Jessie received the 2021 'Artist of the Year' award from BBC Introducing in Shropshire and has been named 'Artist to Watch in 2022' by Atwood Magazine. She was long listed for the 2019 Glastonbury Emerging Talent competition and has travelled as far as New York and Brazil in the promotion of her debut singles. Jessie has provided main tour support for Night Flight, Sam Brookes and Dan Owen on their UK tours and has enjoyed supporting artists such as Seafret, Brooke Bentham, Bryde and Ciaran Lavery over the past few years. With her unique percussive style of 'laptap' guitar playing, Jessie has become a firm Sofar Sounds favourite and has over 30 Sofar shows under her belt across three continents. She has an exciting Summer ahead and is set to play a number of UK festivals including Black Deer Festival, Moseley Folk Festival and Green Gathering. Jessie has appeared at 110 Above Festival, Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Camper Calling and Timber Festival in previous years. Jessie is currently working hard on writing her next EP which will be set for release late 2022. She plans to embark on her first headline UK tour in late 2022 to coincide with the EP release.
Sammy T Winters
London energetic synth pop! Clever songwriting with a futuristic twist - Camp electro pop with self-aware lyrical style!
Solitude Sometimes Is
South London musician Solitude Sometimes Is melts poetic pretensions with punk-folk vibes to tackle that nagging question: is modern life rubbish? His debut album 'Float' is out at the end of September.
A little bit country and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll, Alan Caruso is a sad singer-songwriter with a nice line in pithy pathos and a predilection for minor chords.
Muco is a songwriter and producer of British and Burundian origin. Alongside friend and guitarist Arun Thavasothy, they create poetic, reflective music with a focus on storytelling and the joy of imagination.