Wed, 10 May|
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London
HotVox Wednesdays at The Lucky Pig
HotVox are at the Lucky Pig on Wednesdays breaking new talent and showcasing up and coming artists. See full details for listings and details of tonights artists...
Time & Location
10 May, 17:00 – 11 May, 22:00
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London, 5 Clipstone St, London W1W 6BB, UK
25% OFF selected cocktails, lager, house wine, Prosecco and Pizza. 5pm to 9pm.
Having grown up in a family of musicians Shannon had an early exposure to live music, touring and studio sessions across Europe sparking her curiosity for music and performing. She took a preparatory course at Maastricht Conservatoire with lessons in piano & vocals with the ambition of focusing on music in higher education. After completing her bachelor’s degree in Popular Music at the Uni of Northampton, she is now studying a master’s in Music Performance at LCCM London. Now settled in London, she continues to perform her original material. Shannon has the ability to connect with an audience and can take you on an emotional journey. Her unique voice will stay with you long after the gig.
Italian-born artist Dill infuses her grungy and soulful melodies with an ethereal quality that sends you into a dreamlike state.
Her honest lyrics take you on a journey through intimacy and hurt as well as pleasure.
This is your brain on Dill.
Rosie Gault is a pop singer-songwriter studying at BIMM London, she recently released her first single on Spotify ‘My Imaginary World’ and is now beginning to take on more live performances.
With the name Lord Bug, the Nottingham born and bred singer-songwriter Libby makes a nod to subverting gender norms and her queerness. Accordingly, her music explores themes around feminity and masculinity, growing up queer and catholic, as well as the textural landscape of her relationships with family, friends and lovers. All of this is wrapped up in her guitar playing and hypnotising melodies, or as musician Manmzèl puts it, ‘her soothing voice and soul-sprinkled indie songs”. Since moving away from home to Oxford for university, she hasn’t stopped writing and is continually inspired by female fronted artists such as Remi Wolf, Nilufer Yanya, Clairo, Billie Marten and Lianne La Havas.
CARØLINACARØLINA is a London-based Alternative Rock artist born in Madrid, Spain. She came to the UK with only 17 years old to follow her music dream leading her to study in the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. From influences such as Amy Winehouse, Etta James and Aretha Franklin to Nothing but Thieves and KALEO, CARØLINA’S Jazzie Pop and Indie-Alternative Rock style is very unique. Her latest single “I want it now” is available now in all streaming platforms.
Julia-Maria is an artist emerging at full force. Hailing from Ireland now living in London, the multi-instrumentalist is already on many radars as ‘one to watch’. Julia-Maria’s music has resonances of Maggie Rodgers, Phoebe Bridgers, Feist, and Joni Mitchell.
Drawing on her Celtic roots, Julia-Maria’s music has emotional intensity with vibrant instrumentalism and haunting vocals. The blend of her classical background as a cellist and folk-pop roots creates a unique and immersive musical experience at her live shows.