Loose Lips

Loose Lips' London Live Session #4 - in aid of Cause2Create
June, 23rd 7:00pm - 11:00pm

Loose Lips' London Live Session #4 - in aid of Cause2Create

We're back at New River Studios in Manor House for our fourth live session

The events are revolved around live performance, ranging from live electronics to Hip-Hop, singer-songwriters and an array of wonderful bands. 

Each event will be raising donations for a different charity. For June's event, we're turning to an organisation we have strong ties with, Cause2Create. They do a host of wonderful work across the UK to support creative problem-solving for charitable causes.

https://www.facebook.com/cause2createuk

1900 - 2300

Free entry, donations encouraged.

Line-up:


- Dennis (Hang Yourself Records)

https://dennisisaband.bandcamp.com/

Currently working with record label All The Mad Men with their forthcoming album being produced by Grant Showbiz (The Smiths, The Fall, BIlly Bragg), Dennis are a London four piece. They came together through a desire to combine a socially and politically reflective, irreverent style of song writing that embraces the ethos of punk with a stripped down, exploratory musical style.

After the successful launch and busy events in the realm of their own label Hang Yourself Records, Dennis are looking to expose themselves further ahead of their highly awaited album release.


- Punkture Sluts

https://soundcloud.com/punkturesluts


- Mysteron (Project Birmingham)

https://www.facebook.com/SoundOfMysteron/

You cannot say they don't produce sound'. Indeed. And what a sound they make. Moving from lofty Floating Points electronics to ear-bashing Sabbath drones in the space of fifteen minuites; they leave you wondering whether you're lost in maplins or fumbling for a soggy filter amongst displaced takeaway wrappers. On your fagbreak or in your dive-bar; Mysteron have you covered. Forgetaboutit. Sit back or stand up.


- Ricky Tart

http://thenotquitequartet.com/The_Not_Quite_Quartet/Reviews.html

Ricky Tart mixes the surreal with the everyday to create memorable and thought provoking stories. 

He weaves elements of poetry, rap, song, and theatre into a broad pallet of tall tales that may include ISIS Penguins, warring conjoined twins, Schrödinger’s Lottery Ticket, or sometimes just growing his eyebrows out.

He has performed at Edinburgh, Bestival, Cheltenham Jazz and numerous other festivals. He has performed in theatre shows in Soho and at Wolverhampton Grand and has performed all over the South of England with his collaborative music, film, and poetry projects.