Wed, 19 Apr|
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
19 Apr, 17:00 – 23:00
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.
CHAMPAGNE ON THE ROCKS
The duo, comprised of Tom Wood and Robin Cooper, began their musical journey writing songs together on the weekends. In the summer of 2019, they took their works on stage and began gigging on their local scene in Leeds as an acoustic duo. The duo are now based in Manchester and regularly perform as a full band, giving high-energy shows & performing anthems you can’t help but sing along to.
Their influences range from from indie rock, to pop and even to country, Champagne on the Rocks have created their own unique sound known for its catchy melodies and warmth. This is exemplified by their debut single ‘Malibu’, an upbeat summer anthem with heartfelt honest lyrics and eclectic guitar work.
Laurelight is a European Artist originally from Italy, who started out his alt pop project in London in 2020. His eclectic vibe embraces genres from synth pop to disco funk music (main influences are ‘The Weeknd’ and ‘Christine and the Queens’). His debut Ep ‘Connected (2021) gathers more than 20,000 streams from all platforms and reviews from many independent blogs worldwide. In 2022 he releases two singles ‘Open Your Eyes’ (30th September) and “Brighter Days” (2nd December), followed by 2 DIY tours in between Italy and the UK. Laurelight opens up 2023 with his brand new anthemic mellow pop track ‘Peaceful’ that comes out the 3rd February followed by a six tour dates in Italy and the UK.
British Caribbean Alana Sukul combines sensitive lyrics underpinned by infectious melodies in her music, experimenting with genre at every opportunity. Alana’s work comes straight from her London bedroom where she records and mixes many of her tracks.
Whilst only the beginning, her work has garnered praise and support from the likes of Amazing radio, Hoxton radio, Vibe 107.6, CloudKid, Acid Stag, Noctis Magazine and CULTR.
“Sukul incorporates lively dancehall textures alongside feel-good pop melodies and that ever present R&B feel.” – Wordplay Magazine.
Running Standard cuts a distinctive blend of folky alternative rock and hazy electronica. Brothers Angus and Matt released their eponymous debut album in 2020, made in a caravan during the sweltering heat of the first lockdown as an hommage to the endless days of summer in the Lake District, and have since doubled down on the experimental strain in their music. The brothers have returned to live performing with a verve, bringing their alternately intimate and riotous creations to life with help from fellow bandmates Paddy and Dan. They are continuously chiselling out new material inspired by the raw energy of live performance and plan to release a fresh album by the end of 2023.
Tallulah Gray is a 21-year-old alternative rock musician from Cape Town, South Africa. Influenced by Grunge and 90s rock as well as Amy Winehouse and Etta James, Tallulah has been performing live on bars and stages in South Africa since she was 13 years old eventually graduating to headline shows and festival slots. She raises a middle finger to systemic corruption in all forms. Her music combines her love for film, her passion for social justice, and her journey of coming to terms with her own identity.