7.15pm, Thursday 13 March 2014
THE FIDDLER’S ELBOW, CAMDEN, LONDON
1 Malden Road, London NW5 3HS
Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door
Pressurehead hopes to bring back the art of grunge, hopes to captivate peoples hearts and minds in the same way Nirvana, Sound Garden, Pearl Jam, Mother Love bone and many others did in the early 90s.
Jettyson is a three-piece garage rock band from London who formed in 2013.
Faraday Cage are a 4-piece band of brothers and friends from the suburbs of South-East London. They experiment with their sound, creating mixtures of lo-fi alt rock, indie-pop, post rock and psychedelic vibes all with the intention of making you dance.
Miriam, originally from Hungary, was asked at the age of three what she wanted to be when she was older, and she said: “A singer”. She started to learn music from her music teacher Gabriella Szigetvári at the age of 18. She had her debut that time but she sang others’ songs. She began to sing her own songs two years ago, and since then she sings only what she composes.
In her album, she expresses what she thinks about: one’s personality, freedom, and courage. This album wants to be a protest, a rebellion against conventions, compromise, and pessimism. It’s also quite outspoken – the songs “I don’t care” and “My music” show this. Her first English-language songs are in pop-rock style but she has also written some ballads played with piano and violin.
Eclectic pop artist with a soulful voice and overpowering femininity. Sounds like Joni Mitchell, Regina Spektor, Tori Amos and Kate Bush. Moscow born, Svetlana moved to London at 17 and now plays with a group of talented musicians and solo.