7.30pm, Saturday 30th November 2013
The Sirens + JAil + Mexico Indigo + Cosmopolitan Quartet
THE SEBRIGHT ARMS, BETHNAL GREEN, LONDON
31-35 Coate Street, London E2 9AG
Tickets: £6 in advance, £8 on the door
The Sirens are an Alternative rock band from London who formed in summer 2012 through a shared love of Queens of the Stone Age, Nirvana and The Beatles.
“Our vibe-detector is picking up traces of Queens Of The Stone Age chuggyness and Arctic Monkeys vocal melodies. We dig!” – Killing Moon
Born in Leeds in December 2001, JAil have released 3 bedroom studio albums to their name. The lineup is forever changing, with musicians ranging from classic rock guitarists to the lead singer’s dad.
Their achievements include supporting Bonehead from Oasis.
Mexico Indigo are an Indie Rock band from London.
The Cosmopolitan Quartet is a young quartet, founded in 2012 at the Royal College of Music, London. All four members are French and currently studying at the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music.
This atypical quartet was born from their many musical influences (from classical to jazz, pop and electronic) and their repertoire spans many genres.
The award-winning members of this quartet have collectively performed solo throughout Europe, the US and Canada. They all maintain busy freelance schedules, performing with chamber groups and in orchestras, under conductors such as V. Ashkenazy, E-P Salonen, Lorin Maazel, in venues such as Cadogan Hall, the IRCAM, la Maison de la Radio, Wigmore Hall, and even The X Factor.