He’s the name we’ve banded about here and there along with cliched sayings such as ‘one to watch’ etc etc. But on Monday night, we finally got to catch Royce Wood Junior IRL and he made us all light headed and giggly with cuts from his soon to be released debut album ‘The Ashen Tang’.
An underground loo turned intimate bar, we spent the afternoon with Sakima in London’s Cellar Door. Thankfully, there was no remnants of public toilet as the emerging London musician took to the venue’s tiny stage to perform the atmospheric ‘Control Me‘.
He’s the unknown moniker that’s been doing the rounds online, and now we have a full debut EP in our inbox. We’re referencing to Rude (and I swear to god if you started singing that shit awful track by Magic!, we’re gonna have problems).
The night at Electric Brixton started out with Fryars. Complete with a band kitted out with black bomber jackets, Bloc Party’s old lead guitarist and some witty chat involving his flagging merchandise sales, Fryars didn’t take long to get some heads bobbing.
After having his ‘When The Darkness Comes EP‘ on repeat to the point of delirium, it was only right we finally caught JP Cooper in a live setting. There were all sort of things to worry about on the night; will his voice be as beautiful IRL?