Making her name on the London jazz circuit a few years ago as “the new Amy Winehouse”, Cassie is currently working on her debut album. Working heavily in both the electronic and the raw soul sides of pop, she has been featured on international radio and in the UK media.
Pink Violence is the strange electronic brainchild of former Neon Asylum main man Jason Tyler, having supported the likes of Example, Crystal Fighters, Olugbenga(Metronomy) and many more. He has also collaborated with Olugbenga from Metronomy on his track 'Untitled'.
Alex Moir is a writer. He loves words.
However, this isn’t to say he doesn’t love melody too. Having played piano from the age of 7, he immersed himself deep within music and evolved into a true multi-instrumentalist.
With musical influences from Beck to Bowie, his refined, sleek songwriting is offset by his powerful, unique voice and raw live performances.
Having supported the likes of Gabrielle Aplin and Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Tom Robinson picked Alex for his first BBC Radio 6 Mixtape of 2014, followed by exposure from BBC Manchester and Amazing Radio.
Alex’s track ‘Like Ted Dexter’ is now available via his website along with a self-made video.
Mainly a cover artist, James Key takes current pop favourites and gives them an acoustic makeover.
Ending the night with a set from DJ Cassacre Kray
Wednesday 2nd July 2014
Doors @ 7PM
323 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AS