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Ded Rabbit + Sheepy + Delaire + Rita Sach + Mo Michael + Dj Delphi: Thur 25th June 2015

Discovery 2 Showcase Ft Ded Rabbit + Sheepy + Delaire + Rita Sach + Mo Michael + Dj Delphi

June's Discovery 2 showcase features electronic pop act Delaire, Scottish, Alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk, punk pop from Sheepy, Rita Satch, an unforgetable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene , Mo Michael plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments.

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Venue: 229 The Venue

Address: 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN

Tel: 020 7631 8379

Tubes: Great Portland Street (Circle/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City Lines),

Regents Park (Bakerloo Line),

Warren Street (Northen/Victoria Lines)

Date: Thursday 25th June, 2015

Doors: 7.30pm Show starts: 8.00pm


Ded Rabbit

Ded Rabbit are a four piece Scottish, Alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk. Consisting of four brothers from Yorkshire who moved to the Highlands and through the isolation and a developing love of music, they started playing together . They've recorded three EP’s in Glasgow at Rocket Science Studios, who have recorded Texas, Belle And Sebastian, Dougie MacLean and many more.

They're racking up airplay on XFM, BBC Scotland, BBC6 Music, have performed at Wide Days Convention , Liverpool Sound City. They will be appearing at this year's T In The Park and Xpo North. Their Discovery gig is the London show, supporting the release of their forthcoming Ep 'Moving In Slow Motion'.

“It’s an explosive affair when you see Ded Rabbit live. I’d put them up there with Catfish And TheBottlemen as one of the best live acts around at the moment.” - Jim Gellatly.

"Undeniable stage presence and performanceskills”(-)”An exciting live band that will appeal widely and who are definitely festival-ready” - David Balfour, Record Of The Day.

"classic Indie sound” - Vic Galloway, BBC Radio Scotland.



With vocals as pure as the diamond she derives her name from, DELAIRE is ready to shine.Drawing inspiration from the spectacular Delaire Sunrise Diamond, her addictive melodies are only matched by sensual, yet subtle lyrical stylings. Like the precious stone itself, the end result is a composition of conflicting qualities. Powerful, yet intricate. Controlled, yet pure. Composed, but natural.

Delaire played at the recent Innocent festival and her new single 'Belief' is picking up airplay on Amazing Radio.



Sheepy is a Liverpool based, three piece pop punk consisting of Songwriter Luke Jones, Ex Dead Class frontman Villy Raze and Ollie Fontaine

Sheepy put on live energetic shows, revealing mega catchy songs, tight hooks and lovely harmonies. The band have played across the UK ,Ireland and toured around Europe in 2012 and 2013 with Vamos.

Sheepy's debut self-titled album was released on Blang Records in January 2014 with singles "These Clothes" and "Don't Know Much" coming from it, both tracks receiving lots of praise and buzz. The band will be performing tracks off their forthcoming EP 'Wild' (Blang Records) at Discovery.

"a melodic, hook laden classic - so adverse and unconcerned as to what is gracing the pages of the NME" (Louder Than War)

"An amazingly accomplished set of tunes" (Sounds XP)


Rita Satch

Think pop melodies, rich harmonies of Motown with dark soulful beats and modern grooves of the UK’s underground music scenes, mixed with a powerful jazz inspired husky vocal and that’s the sound of one Rita Satch. Widely known for her soulful and seductive live performances, Rita Satch has fast developed a reputation as an unforgettable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene. Ahead of her Glastonbury festival appearance Rita plays Discovery.

“There is no questioning the sensationally sultry timbre of Satch’s voice” –Vulture Magazine

“Blown away by Satch’s smart singing, killer tone!” - Jeff Paris (Keb Mo’co-°©‐writer)


Mo Michael

A self taught musician, plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments. He has worked as a session guitarist with artists including Tina Turner, Quincy Jones, Ruby Turner, Evelyn Thomas,Imagination, Errol Brown, Paul Weller, Wham!, Suggs, Erasure.

In the early 80's he joined Private Lives with John Adams who signed to EMI and made a well received album, which gave him a pop profile.

He's worked with a variety of African artists, including Baba Maal, Moudi Kabalou, for whom he produced a Kora Award nominated album.

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