Thur 29th Sep: Discovery 2 Showcase ft KOLO, MOTH TRAP, RACHAEL SAGE & AMY ODELL
We're excited about our September showcase as we have 3 returning Discovery alumini, edgy anthemic rock band, Kolo, the highly entertaining American singer, Rachael Sage and the mysterious siren, Amy Odell alongside Moth Trap who have been described by NME as "One of London's most exciting new acts" plus our resident Dj Delphi.
Advance Tickets £7 at www.eventim.co.uk/discovery2 or Door £10
Date: Thursday 29th September , 2016
Doors: 7.30pm Show starts: 8.00pm
Venue: 229 The Venue, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN
Tel: 0207 631 8379
Tube: Great Portland Street
Influenced by the storytelling of great British bands such as The Smiths, The Jam, and Stereophonics, and sporting a rather large rock sound, the boys look forward to sweating/dancing/puking all over stages across their new London home.
"Kolo are one of the most exciting bands to have come out of the South West in a long time. Having seen them live in the UK and the States, I can tell you its a wholehearted excellent show full of great music. They really deserve success." - Vic Morgan, BBC
Moth Trap are an alternative four-piece from East London, making dark tones from textured guitars, heavy synths, inventive percussion, and jazz-inspired vocals.
"One of London's most exciting new acts." NME
Award-winning recording artist, Rachael Sage, makes her highly anticipated return to UK shores with the release of her new album, ‘Choreographic’ and a single 'Try Try Try' due for UK release the day after her Discovery performance.
Self-describing her ‘Choreographic’ sound as "ballet-pop", Sage delivers a musically ambitious and emotionally accessible tribute to her very first love: Dance. Fresh off the heels of her 17th song placement on Lifetime TV’s Dance Moms in the States, Sage and her music have reached an ever-widening audience since her previous release ‘Blue Roses’, amassed over 9.5 million views on YouTube.
Rachael is renowned for her entertaining live performance.
Mysterious Siren , Amy Odell, discovered her voice in her late teens. Her sound has evolved into something very unique. Self taught in both piano and guitar, Amy's approach to music is very organic and emotive. A few of her past collaborative projects include Black Sky Down EP, guest vocal appearance on Gavin Fridays Album 'Catholic', as well as a film score for Josephine Halbert's 'Time Travel Boyfriends'.
"Mystical Siren with a voice like stevie Nicks, poetic words,Hypnotising the room with her sounds" Starry nights Hackney, London.
"Cool moody lyrics, a voice that travels, Mystical undertones ,this songstress is the dark horse to watch out for" WFMU radio usa.