After their huge success of bringing the best in new music to Shoreditch's Strongrooms, the Souterrain crew up sticks and move up the street to Cargo. This inaugural night sees them bringing 3 of the hottest acts representing the future in new music to the big stage, topped off with Souterrain Dj's for their first ticketed event. Drink deals all night.
THE BULLETPROOF BOMB
A South London five-piece who produce raucous, heartfelt anthems. Last year saw them play Reading and Bestival festivals, amongst various others. 2015 sees them already confirmed for Croatia Rocks festival alongside Clean Bandit, Jungle & Shura. Their first two songs 'Suitcase' a...nd 'Spaceman' were produced and mixed by Rory Attwell (The Vaccines, Yuck, Palma Violets). Both tunes feature infectious melodies and bundles of energy. 'Suitcase' in particular carries the tempo of Jamie T's debut material, along with the crunch and jangle of The Libertines and sweet pop hooks that the Kooks would be jealous of.
Wordsmith, poet, and artist. Kojey Radical refuses to limit himself. Lyrically, he veers from left wing philosophy to street level insight, delivered in that unmistakeable tone. Having just had his Rashid Babiker directed video for "Flaws: A Lament To Rose" premiered on Solange Knowles' Saint Heron and with the re release of his DEAR DAISY:OPIUM EP by indie record label PRAGMATIC THEORY. This boy is one to watch with a live show that is refreshing in it's originality. You aint seen nothing like this before.
A vibrant singer/songwriter from the seaside town of Hastings. Having written songs from the age of twelve, he already has considerable experience at writing and performing, recently culminating in having various songs he's co-written and performed played on Radio One, and music videos played on MTV. He has featured on tracks by Enei, South Soul Project and Alix Perez. 2015 is set to be his biggest year yet. Fresh from recording in Miami and with his band, expect everyone to be talking about him before the year is out.
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