Music to Come & Sagome
Music to Come and Sagome present a night of music at New River Studios London on Friday 8th December.
All profits will go to M.A.P. (Medical Aid for Palestinians)
**Cruelle is Paris based artist which combines music, performance and pole dance. Cruelle is a writer and composer who takes inspirations from Industrial Music and 80's French Realist pop songs.
Her music is sad, dramatic and soaked in irony but still maintains cinematic power. Her debut release ‘‘J’ai remplacé l’amour par l’argent’ is a cathartic concentration of emotions - capturing a moment in time and overcoming it to form a new raison d’être.
“By far and away the best new artist I've encountered in 2023 thus far”
Luke Turner - The Quietus
A household name in Bristol, Max Kelan has navigated the industrial underbelly of his hometown for a hot minute. Performing as part of the theatrical, rhythmic noise act Bad Tracking, the occult driven Salac and running and being a resident DJ of the longstanding club event Slack Alice.
Kelan’s debut solo outing on the Bristol Normcore imprint, Downtown is seven tales of sleazy noir, vice and earthly transgression - along the way taking a verbal match to the flag, spitting venom at vampiric landlords and erupting into lewd, schoolyard chants. His riotous live shows are loud, raw, heated, unhinged and often end in total chaos.
**Yate Surge is the latest musical alias of Daniel Magee, previously known for work as Lo Kindre and for music made in collaboration with fellow Phase Group co-founder MR TC. Yate Surge channels bass frequencies and reverberated drum machine amongst angular, minimal guitar and voice, at times leaning into overdriven, dronal, half-written folk musings. Self-releasing on his own label, Aibell’s
Harp, Yate Surge’s debut album was released in May 2023 as a limited-edition cassette.
***Plus exclusive DJing from Jennifer Lucy Allan and Sagome at the Bar
Event starts at 20.00
Tickets £10 (fees incl) // £12 on the door
Concession tickets £8 (fees incl.) please email info@musictocome or firstname.lastname@example.org
New River Studios, 199 Eade Rd, N4 1DN London
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