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Doors at 7:30
Show starts : 8:00 with early set from DAISY ROSS

FREE ENTRY and Full Menu Available

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

8pm - DAISY ROSS ( Early Set)

Daisy Ross is a singer/songwriter from North West London. She goes to Access Creative College in Shoreditch where she studies music performance.



Callum is inspired and influenced by old school songwriting, songs that tell a story and create vivd images and evoke specific feelings. He writes about love and loss of anxiety and friendship with a strong lyrical emphasis. His biggest influences are Nina Simone, Tom Waits, Bon Iver, Billy Joel, Elton John and Adele. Solo artists that bare their souls in their work and connect with people on a deeper level

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Gabriela Eva the neurodiverse nomad appeared in the veins of London 2018, she moved from her Essex bound life to rebirth in the neo soul jazz pop awareness. This year she released her Debut EP ‘Rise Up’. Giles Peterson showed his gratitude on BBC6, BBC radio London, and BBC Introducing, Rise up is rising universally.

Jazzy infused guitars, electronic spacey pads and samples, Portuguese blood beats and alternative vocals lay the foundation influenced by neo soul, dance and a hypnotic live energetic band performance. The sound accelerated from powerful female role models from the 90’s, but piggy backs a contemporary sound that only the most sharpest tecky creatures can deliver.

Gabriela’s futuristic organic aesthetics is a strong and bold statement binding within her sound.
Although this dreadlock music enthusiast began writing from her baby roots before reaching double figures, in the last 2 years she has finally found a producer (who would take on her daring songwriting) and delivered her debut EP.

Gabriela Eva has performed internationally from Shanghai, Central America, Aisia and Europe. Unveiling her Debut self released E.P ‘Rise Up’ Tour coming soon…

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Silas Nello hails from Dallas. Like so many other people that call Dallas home, he grew up somewhere else. Dallas can feel like a convenience. It’s not as celebrated as New York or glossy as LA. (Insert the city you feel connected to.) But true feeling comes from collective emotion. Silas Nello weaves the spirit of these conversations in the music. Half rock and roll, half folk – blending the domestic dialogue with frustration, the music is playing for you.

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If you happen to come across anyone playing and making folk, alt-country or americana, they must have a good reason for it. And even more skills. This is the case with Piotr Jan Brzeziński, a musician who has spent last eight years proving that guitar music is not doing all that bad these days. Of course as long as you have your own ideas how to do it .

Appearing under the name of Peter J. Birch, Piotr is a one-man orchestra who needs to build up a unique atmosphere during his live performances. His career started in 2010 with the EP called ‘In My Island’. Next releases shaped his audience enjoyed it better. The events of the Open’r Festival and OFF Festival, as well as the European festivals Melodica (Germany), Sounds of Bronkow (Germany) and Poke Festival (Slovakia) .reign audience while touring 18 European countries.

Peter J. Birch’s style has been maturing for years. The tender sound of guitar is accompanied by strong voice, still rich in emotions. The lyrics are as important as the album. Though his stylistic range is really wide, his consistency can not be denied. He skillfully combines William Fitzsimmons with Ryan Adams, Wilco or Okkervil River alt-country style. Interestingly, fans of Neil Young or Nick Cave are more than likely to be a bit of something for themselves. The Damien Rice or James Vincent McMorrow. What all Birch’s incarnations have in common is genuineness and authenticity, standing out from the sound environment. The musician puts his foot down with his newest album, ‘Inner Anxiety’ leaving no room for doubts whatsoever.

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Tim Brooks is a singer songwriter, but so much more than your run of the mill, cookie cutter guy with an acoustic guitar.

Taking equal influence from his favourite singer songwriters (Frank Turner, Brian Fallon, Bruce Springsteen), and from the angsty rock music of his youth, Tim Brooks combines stellar wordplay with a voice that is equal part rasp, croon and wail.

Having extensively gigged around London, playing venues such as the London Improv Theatre, 93 Feet East, The Troubadour and Ronnie Scott’s Jazz club, as well as booked sets in Leeds (The Verve Bar), Bristol (Jelly Records Showcase) and Norwich (The Brickmakers). 2018 has seen Tim Brooks release his second full length EP Till Midnight, as well as the single Trouble Will Find Me. The latter part of the year has seen him play at the O2 arena as part of Stone Free festival (headlined by Scorpions and Yes) support Will Varley (Xtra Mile) in Poznan, appear on Balcony TV, and play his first international shows.

2019 will see Tim Brooks release a number of singles, supported by a full UK tour in March, and solo European mini tours of Belgium, Holland and Poland.

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