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Doors at 7:30
Show starts : 8:30

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Tonight we have 5 fantastic original artists performing live in the Club Room


Mariska Martina is a singer-songwriter from Holland, born in 1993 to a Peruvian mother and Dutch father. She started playing cello at age 5 and soon dreamt of being a professional cellist. After being accepted into the young talent class of Ran Varon at the Hogeschool Voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, The Netherlands, she continued her studies after graduating high school.
Mariska moved to London in 2015, after deciding that classical music was not a good fit after all. She made a dramatic change in her career and started a singer/songwriter course at LCCM with Roddy Matthews in October 2015. The year after she was accepted into the second year of jazz-vocals Bachelor Degree at the same college.
In November 2016 she founded her band, and since then the quartet has already played at various prestigious venues like The Ruby Sings Show upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s, at Jazz After Dark, the Stoke Newington Music Festival, Toulouse Lautrec and the Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zédel. Mariska Martina also played regular shows for Sofar Sounds and independent bookshop Travelling Through.
Mariska Martina is inspired by Norah Jones, Madeleine Peyroux and Melody Gardot, bin some of her music you clearly hear the inspiration she gets from her semi-Latin roots and classical music background

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Celine Love is a soulful, folk singer-/songwriter originally from Hamburg, Germany. Celine sings with a guitar in her hand and heart in her voice taking you along her journey of self discovery and acceptance. She has been based in London for over two years, expanding her experience gigging across the city and recording new music. Doing so she gained support from the Camden Roundhouse becoming a Resident Artist for 2018/2019. Her debut single is set to be released in early May of this year.

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The Swiss newcomer singer, who has played over 150 shows in Switzerland, the UK and Germany, has just released her new EP “True”. DANA enriches her musically intoxicating, catchy pop tunes with lyrics that are unique, honest and full of imagery. She feels most at home on stage and that’s as close as it feels to be her audience.

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For a UK Americana-Country band, London’s The Glass Mountains are constantly being compared to Nashville’s finest. And while the band are happy to be hailed worthy of Music City, they aren’t looking to Tennessee for inspiration and have refused to be hemmed in by popular perceptions and definitions of country music. The band, whose name refers to the London skyline and the invisible barriers between rich and poor communities, say their songs are just as likely to feature inner-city life as dirt roads and pickup trucks.

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