Doing it for the Kids is an evening of entertainment raising money for Kids Company, an organisation that works with vulnerable children and young people.
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Hannah combines a sweet voice with a London twang, producing soulful acoustic blues. Her influences range from Fiona Apple to Portishead.
SPORTSDAY is the pet project of Daniel E. Middler, whose formidable creation has been described as being “Like a sack race between Morrissey, Billy Bragg and Pulp, with Jamie T taking the finish line photo.”
With fans like Newton Faulkner and Frank Turner, having been noticed by BBC Introducing, and a sponsorship deal with Hania Guitars, Elliott Morris is definitely a rising star. He brings a lot to the table with his energetic vocals, fast-paced strumming and guitar-slapping.
(Un)officially the UK’s most visually impaired four-piece, and one of the few bands to play Balcony TV twice. With a plethora of instruments and beautifully haunting lyrics, this is one not to be missed.
On the Young and Lost Club label, Planet Earth are soon to be supporting Noah and the Whale. NME described them as “proper schmindie with a heartbroken mumble and a romantic strum.”
This well-revered label, boasting signees including Bombay Bicycle Club,Ou Est Le Swimming Pool,Noah and The Whale and Planet Earth, will be keeping the music flowing through the night and playing us out till after midnight.
Club AC30 are an independent record label who have regular live music nights in London featuring the best in noisy guitar, dreampop, post-rock and electronica, as well as regular dedicated DJs.