New Moon: A Night of New Music
Macca Taylor + Divianne + Stephen Murphy + Evie Balfe
Entry Requirements: 18+
A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...
Founded in South London in 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 8pm. Free Two Tribes Beer for the first 24 customers.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via email@example.com
Macca Taylor is a 24 year old singer/songwriter from Birkenhead, Wirral.
Growing up with a healthy obsession for music, Macca started to write and produce original material from his Birkenhead loft in early 2017. He has experimented with electronic and acoustic-based sounds, taking inspiration from the likes of Bon Iver, James Vincent McMorrow and Novo Amor, before settling on a melodic yet melancholy blend of the two. After a few years of self-confessed inconsistency, he released three singles in 2020, receiving support from BBC Introducing via Dave Monks on Radio Merseyside, as well as Tom Robinson on Radio 6 Music, who crowned Waters Unknown as Macca's 'strongest release to-date'. His latest single How It Goes has received airplay on BBC Radio Merseyside and Amazing Radio in the UK.
An unique retro and soulful voice charged with deep-rooted emotions. Born and raised in France, Divianne quickly became fascinated by the power of storytelling and picked up her first guitar at 13 to write her own songs. In 2019, she moved to London to pursue music, performing at open mics as well as busking. In 2020, she made her debut live performances in Paris and London in 2020. Known for her intimate and heartfelt songs, Divianne just announced her debut EP due for November, a project that’s already getting some real buzz . An artist on the rise and a talent to watch.
Stephen Murphy is a British singer/songwriter based in South London. He grew up heavily inspired by artists such as Jeff Buckley, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, R.E.M and Radiohead, which he channels in his music. He started performing regularly in 2018 in London after a lot of interest in his sets at open mic events, at which he played originals and covers on both piano and guitar.
He has performed at venues such as Hard Rock Cafe, The Bedford in Balham and in Summer 2021, had a weekly Friday slot at Pear Tree Cafe in Battersea Park.
Evie is a singer-songwriter and musician born in Lincolnshire and based in London. She is influenced by the likes of The Weeknd, BANKS and Maggie Rogers. Her recent 2022 release, According To Maybe, garnered her widespread praise. She has received continued support from BBC Introducing Lincolnshire as a frequently featured artist and is set to release her debut album later this year.
Inspired by her personal struggles with self-esteem and with her producer, James Albarn, Evie’s synth electronica-informed pop production layered with raw, ethereal vocals creates her unique sound and aims to speak to those struggling with believing in themselves.
As well as performing as a solo artist, she is also a visual artist, creating minimalist, feminist art.
Her new single 'Wearing A Crown' came out on the 29th April 2022.