Friday Night Sessions

The concept of “Friday Night Sessions” is to showcase original music and artists. A creative hub where East meets West and South meets North in a melting pot of ideas, inspiration, collaboration, musical and artistic outlet. Read More...

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Next event is on the 6th of Dec. 2019, from 7:30pm until late. Tickets are available now via eventbrite or can also be purchased on the door. For more info about the artists in the upcoming event click here 

 

DAXX in misty blue

DAXX in misty blue

DAXX in misty blue, the picture was taken moments before DAXX took to the stage and performed their brilliant set . Photo by BRIN

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Concert video outtakes of some of the featured artists that have been part of 'Friday Night Sessions for more videos click here 

Baby Husband
Baby Husband
Baby Husband - performing at 'Friday Night Sessions' on 6th of Dec. 2019
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Baby Husband are a 5 piece indie rock band based in South West London whose members hail from Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales.
Influenced by the likes of Wolf Alice and The XX, their sound is a fresh, dynamic and textured take on the indie rock genre. Having been together for just over a year they have released three self produces singles, two live video performances and received recognition from throughout the UK performing from London to Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Social media links;
www.facebook.com/babyhusbandband/
www.instagram.com/babyhusbandband/
twitter.com/babyhusbandband
Kirsten Morrison
Kirsten Morrison
Kirsten Morrison - performing at 'Friday Night Sessions' on 6th of Dec. 2019
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Kirsten Morrison is a singer, composer and violinist who has worked as a musician in several fields: performing her own songs, as an opera singer, playing in various bands and writing for film and TV programmes, as well as operas, radio plays and theatre.
Her songs are influenced by poets such as Blake, Rossetti, Byron, Poe and Coleridge and embrace a wide range of musical styles including opera, gothic, electronica and soundtrack. She has performed extensively throughout Europeand is currently working with and supporting Lene Lovich. Past collaborations include recording with Pete Murphy from Bauhaus.

Recent solo gigs include the WGT Festival in Leipzig, the UleHeli festival in Estonia and the Gothic Dark Wave festival in Tilloloy, France. With the Lene Lovich Band she has also toured the UK with the Psychedelic Furs.

Film and TV work include “The Plantagenets” documentary series for the BBC as well as “Songs of Alchemy”, an original opera about the alchemist John Dee which formed the musical soundtrack to a film of the same name by Jude Rawlins which was shown at several international film festivals.

Her album “Proserpine’s Gold” is has been met with wide acclaim and airplay on BBC6 and BBC Radio 3 and she also has a collaborative album on the Felt label “Opera Scura” of original operatic soundtrack arias and choruses. She is currently working on a new solo album.

www.kirstenmorrison.co.uk

www.kirstenmorrisonmusic.co.uk
King With No Throne
King With No Throne
King With No Throne - performing at Friday Night Sessions on 20th of Sept. 2019
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Reto and Kasem began making music in Sydney in October 2000. We were called Flying Mouse then and quickly found the sound that we still possess today. We played with a few folks along the way, but when we left Sydney for London King With No Throne was born with a sound that has elements of drum and bass, and Electro-Trance reminiscent of Massive Attack, Portishead and Radiohead.
King With No Throne originated in the lyrics of the song King With No Throne. Irena, a London filmmaker felt this would be a great name for us. We decided to make it our name as the image of a wondering mystical king who imagines and makes worlds from the fountain of his mind. This parallels closely with the way we feel about the creative journey of being music makers and creating sounds that resonate with something wondrous, mysterious and beautiful about life.

Inspiration - Influences: Pink Floyd, Massive Attack, Portishead, TheXX , Jeff Buckley, Alt-J, Radiohead, Beatles, Madonna, Prodigy, David Bowie, Cold Play, The Killers, The Editors, Anohni, as well as the Nature and the Universe.
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Reto Wittwer - guitar, vocals, keys, composition

Kasem Chouja - drums, composition

http://king-with-no-throne.com/

https://m.soundcloud.com/kingwithnothrone