New Moon - A Night of New Music
Pseudonym + Émilie Rachel + Aeteri + Jenny Scoones + Bertie
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
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. Free Two Tribes Beer for the first 24 customers.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via firstname.lastname@example.org
Pseudonym are a London-based band, they take influence from the sound and aesthetic of 90’s American Indie, but paired with lyrical themes which are more contemporary and anglophilic by nature.
London based singer/songwriter Émilie Rachel. Genres include dance/pop, house, future house and deep house! Her first feature was in collaboration with Simon Ashwood hosted by Lily Era. Also, with vocals featuring on Gaullins released track ‘Take Over Control’. Since then has gone on to many more collaborations building her name and brand! Émilie is a versatile singer/songwriter and always likes to add her own sparkle to all of her vocals. Talking about topics that she experiences to spread awareness.
Currently writing and collaborating with DJs at all levels. With many more releases coming soon, showcasing her vocals and top lining skills. 2022 look out!
London based singer/songwriter and music producer with classical music background is a new aspiring hybrid musician on the dance pop and electronic music scene. Her warm rich voice tone along with her electronic dance music production style have gained her fans and followers all over the world. Her tracks have already been featured on SPOTIFY playlists, music blogs and got radio plays.
Jenny Scoones is a singer songwriter of pop and soft rock, with a touch of disco. Her inspirations include Madonna, Lana Del Rey and The Velvet Underground, and her music fuses a sharp pop sensibility with an avant-garde approach to artistry rooted in the queer subcultures she calls home. An internationally published poet, and with her music featured on both BBC Introducing and BBC Upload, a Jenny Scoones set promises pop thrills and woozy tear-jerkers, as well as a few familiar favourites.
I'm Bertie. A couple of years ago I got a 1st from Oxford and started a very proper and very stable finance job. I then promptly realised it was making me very unhappy. So, I quit to pursue music. This decision wasn't random, when I was 14 the girl I fancied kissed a boy who played the guitar. It was at that point I knew that the guitar was my calling. Emma never did kiss me, but I did write some songs.