New Moon - A Night of New Music
Spinner + Sour Kix + Archie + Jason Allan + Rosie Trentham
Entry Requirements: Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...
Founded in January 2017, New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best up-and-coming acts from the UK, Europe, and often from around the globe.
Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via email@example.com
SPINNER is an iconic 3-piece Modern British Rock band in-the-making, offering a multi-layered retro-modern sound.
Their music spans the decades, with an inspired blend of garage rock, blues and psychedelia from the 60’s through to today.
Sammie Harris, crowd-pleasing front man whose husky soulful vocals and modern Townshend rhythmic mastery on electric guitar will transport you to another place in time
James Greenhow, driving those melodies and adding depth and warmth through a pulsing heart of bass
Ryan Sams, skilful yet whimsical Moon-n-Starr-esque drums and beautiful melancholic backing vocals
Their musical influences stretch from the likes of The Who, The Doors and The Beatles, through to The Stone Roses, The Verve and Kasabian.
Their debut EP, entitled No.1, is out now: https://soundcloud.com/spinnermusicuk
Sour Kix are a young band from Woking, made up of siblings Louis, Ollie and Amelie, alongside best mates, Ed and Andries. A highly energetic mix of indie pop/rock explodes from their performances and their skill at pleasing the crowd with a selection of well crafted originals has culminated in them being requested to play at numerous festivals around the country along with supporting some amazing bands and artists, including main stage performances supporting Jessie J, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vamps, Lucy Spraggan, Scouting for Girls & The Wholls. In 2015 the band had a great time appearing live on Channel 4’s TFI Friday, drawing acclaim from presenter Chris Evans and guests Ronnie Wood and The Vamps. They released their first EP “Wildest Dreams” in 2017 and since then have been writing, recording and releasing new material. They are proud ambassadors for WWF Earth Hour and help support many charities such as Make a Wish, Dogs on the Streets, PDSA, Teenage Cancer Trust, BBC Children in Need, Action Against Hunger, Just a Drop and many more. They have recently appeared on the front cover of The Musicians Handbook 2018/19 for the Musicians Union whilst recording their new tracks “Footprints” and “3am”. They have lots of exciting things planned for 2019 so keep your eyes peeled!!!
Archie is a new band made up of four friends that started out by singing a cover of Alvvays’ 'Archie, Marry Me' together in a bathroom. The all-female vocal quartet sing contemporary folk with a hint of jazz in close harmony. Archie is: Llinos Emanuel, Hannah Jackson, Caitlin Sinclair and Faith Waddell.
Jason Allan 21. Singer, Songwriter from Liverpool. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1997. He has built up a name for himself, impressing many with his incredible voice and vocal abilities that have led to him gaining loyal and dedicated supporters.
Rosie Trentham is a singer songwriter, born in London in 2003 (currently 15 years old). Rosie regularly performs as an acoustic singer-pianist, sometimes collaborating with other musicians. She has recently been adapting & developing her material in the studio.
After reaching the final of Open Mic UK in 2018, Rosie was awarded a Showcase and is currently on a Development Programme for young artists with Future Music Management.
Rosie's debut EP "Glass Eye" was released in November 2018 and reached number 25 in the Itunes Singer-songwriter chart. Her 2nd EP "Love and other Shadows" is planned for release in the summer of 2019.