Full Line Up: MGM, The Crooked Kings, Burly Herd, The Honey Smugglers, Toby Charles, Soph Retief, Jude Edwin-Scott
We're back at the newly refurbished, brand new and shiny 93 Feet East this February with a ton of great new bands and artists.
South East London artist Michael G Moore will be there too with his band to headline the event. After impressing Absent Kelly playing with a solo set, at the start of the year, he was quickly invited back to play a beefed up version of his cinematic pop/rock, reminiscent of Coldplay in places, that has seen him gain spots at a number of well renowned venues and festivals.
We'll also be joined by The Crooked Kings, a quartet from London whose blues tinged indie rock is modern, unique and catchy as hell! This sound has seen the band championed by the likes of BBC Introducing and play big name venues including the Camden Assembly.
London five piece Burly Herd will also be joining us. These guys are pros at creating atmospheric, clever indie/pop. The band formed a number of years ago, but have really kicked things up a gear of late, and are turning heads on the underground London scene!
Joining us all the way from York for the show is The Honey Smugglers. These guys play upbeat, chirpy indie that has already seen them gain quite a name for themselves on their local scene, and now they're ready to show the Capital what they can do.
Singer-songwriter Toby Charles will be bringing his brand of modern blues to the stage for the evening. Toby's voice is truly captivating and has seen him gain great reviews and airplay on renowned stations, such as Amazing Radio.
Another act that has impressed us before is Soph Retief. Soph Retief is a singer-songwriter from London who specialises in crafting perfect catchy pop. This sound has seen her win MTV's Project Aloft Star in 2016.
Jude Edwin-Scott is a singer-songwriter and guitarist based in London. He has a laid-back, understated singing voice and writes memorable lyrics based in autobiography and storytelling which is charming, and refreshing.