We took a break in July but this month, we're back for another live session...this time at The Haunt in Stoke Newington. The event will be running slightly later than usual and typically diverse, spanning live electronica, folk and performance poetry!
The events are revolved around live performance, ranging from live electronics to Hip-Hop, singer-songwriters and an array of wonderful bands.
Each event raises donations for a different charity. For August's event, we're turning to an organisation we feel blessed to have connected with recently - May Project Gardens. They do a host of wonderful work across London, reconnecting individuals with nature, with the aim of personal, social and economic transformation. We first met them during Wimbledon Tennis tournament this year, where our resident Medallion Man & good friend Suso Flores played at their community event in and around the tournament grounds.
20:00 - 02:00
Free entry, donations encouraged.
Formed on a tree made out of gum, composed of Rory (Vocals/Guitar), Gen (Violin), Adam (Bass) and Mohsin (Drums). Based in London and named after the very first Pogues song. Music is a cocktail of punk, indie and folk. The rules are upbeat, fast and all songs are under 3 minutes 15 seconds.
- The Crisis Project
Hazy, emotionally invigorating music - infusing house and techno with fuzz, soundscapes and dystopia. Through delicate mixing of live instrumentation, assorted analog devices and haunting vocals, this collective creates intricate and immersive audio collages.
As a live outfit, The Crisis Project caters for the senses, blending their distinctive sound with integrated visual arts to provide a fresh aesthetic on dance music.
- Hatchet, Pike & Gun
Hatchet, Pike & Gun are an acoustic fusion trio based in Leeds, drawing influence from Celtic folk, klezmer, raga and Gypsy jazz.
- Loose Lips residents