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Mascara Bar

London Unleashed

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London Unleashed
London Unleashed

Time & Location

03 Mar 2024, 19:00 – 23:00

Mascara Bar, 72 Stamford Hill, N16 6XS

About the event


  • Sacha T
  • Sophie Wright
  • Jon Daniels
  • MARTA.
  • Chidi
  • Jidé Kuti
  • Ramona Wolf


Sicilian-born, London-based, rising popstar MARTA. harnesses all the power and sass those capital letters and full stop imply. Her witty, widescreen bangers (of both bad girl and sad girl varieties) are wreathed in jazzy flourishes, flecked with punchlines, crafted and sung with the finesse only 7 years of jazz harmony training can bring. For fans of Sabrina Carpenter, Lana Del Rey, and laughing at yourself through heartache.

Jidé Kuti

Based in London, Jidé Kuti is a singer/songwriter/guitarist who has spent years refining his quirky pop/soul sound into something that he feels represents him not just as an artist but as a person. This consists of quirky lyricism, a combination of honest, soulful, and charismatic vocals, catchy melodies, and an inexplicable je ne sais quoi developed through 10+ years of performing and writing music accompanied by a diverse music taste.  Jidé often finds it hard to describe his music but puts it under “Soul/pop with jazz undertones”. Imagine, Ed Sheeran meets John Mayer meets Alessia Cara meets your favourite Disney Channel Original Movies and then some.  Drawing praise from presenters such as Jodie Bryant and Huw Stephens and performing at reputable venues such as the Roundhouse, The Ned and Westminster Abbey, he has been described as a “Romantic soul” and a “poet with his words” with music to melt even the coldest of hearts. Covering themes of love, mental health, and introspection, Jidé’s music is set to make you laugh, cry and heal all at once.


Chidi is a Nigerian born singer, songwriter, poet and storyteller based in Essex.  He infuses a lot of emotion in his vocals and melody while telling stories everyone can relate to. His music style is a new generation alternative fusion of Soul, RnB, melancholic Afro Lo-Fi on contemporary Hip-Hop/Trap beats. He has been a writer since the age of 12 and after picking up the guitar at age 19, he discovered his musical abilities and turned his stories and poems into songs. Since then, he has been performing on various stages.  Releasing his debut single 'Send Me Her' is his introduction to the music scene. 'Send Me Her' immortalises his late mother, but also opens the chapter in which Chidi will continue to tell more stories.

Sophie Wright

Sophie Wright is a folk singer-songwriter based in London. Her debut EP 'Prose and Poetry' comes out 23rd February.

Jon Daniels

Following a hiatus from the music industry as a producer, Jon Daniels re-emerges as a contemporary/indie folk singer-songwriter to share his authentic experience of identity, fear, and loss. His voice is described as 'soft', 'tender' and 'ethereal' - often likened to the voices of Nick Drake and Elliot Smith.   Influenced by artists such as Joni Mitchell, Laura Marling and Adrianne Lenker, Jon draws upon a vast spectrum of raw sensations and visceral emotions to explore the shadows of fragility in the human experience through the lucid lense of curiousity, vulnerability and spirituality.

Sacha T

South London singer songwriter, Sacha T, is known for writing songs in her favourite creative refuge, crouched on her Mum’s stairs with her trusty guitar. A diverse range of influences, combine with Sacha’s uplifting lyrical storytelling, drawn from personal experience, to create an evocative sense of positivity and possibility.

Ramona Wolf

Ramona Wolf (they/them) is a 20 year old singer-songwriter from North London. Their songs are inspired by the percussive, melodic soundscapes of London, to create a dreamy, industrial take on folk music, & what it means to exist as a small part of a big machine. By 2022, they had already amassed a small cult following, and in 2023, after headlining the first ever Richmond Pride, were featured on BBC Music Introducing on Radio 1.  Wolf’s songs are deeply personal- they explore themes of escapism, loss & addiction, and radical self-acceptance as a Jewish trans person. Lyrically, they blur the lines between literal and metaphorical; tonally, they blend atmosphere and accident, with warm, reverb-drenched vocals, city sounds, and cassette-like, nostalgic production.

Note: These events frequently sell out so we recommend buying tickets in advance.

Artists: We are always interested in hearing from talented artists. If you’d like to play at our future events, please get in touch.

Refunds: Tickets are for the full event and not for individual artists. If an artist cancels your tickets are still valid for the event. We cannot offer refunds unless the event is cancelled.


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