Tue, 19 Sept|
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London
HotVox Tuesdays at The Lucky Pig - 19 September 2023
HOT VOX Presents: Mr. Fangs // Alfie Wallace // Sophie Benfold // Alex Comaish // T.O.N.I HotVox are at the Lucky Pig on Tuesdays breaking new talent and showcasing up and coming artists. See full details for listings and details of tonights artists...
Time & Location
19 Sept, 17:00 – 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.
Mr. Fangs is an upcoming artist influenced by pop and electronic music. He is currently based in London where he is working on his fist EP “Danger Signs!”. His music is being described as pop embedded with a touch of darkness going with catchy melodies hand by hand.
After over a decade of songwriting, Sophie Benfold made her debut with “Love Ain’t Easy” in 2023. Keen to hit the ground running, alongside her first release came a dark and thought provoking music video, which has amassed thousands of views on YouTube! Her younger years were spent singing to the family favourite films of ‘High School Musical’, but it was Adele’s ambitious melodies and powerful vocals that she has gained the most inspiration from. On her journey of self-improvement as a songwriter, her artistic flair and soulful voice have become a focal point for her music. 2023 is the year she wants to share her music with the world!
Alex Comaish is a Singer/Songwriter hailing from the English South West. His debut single was his first, and his latest was his most recent. With lyrics containing mostly words, and chords and melodies made up of collections of notes, he has a voice that is all his own.
T.O.N.I is a London-based music and visual artist who has already received some radio play from BBC Introducing, NTS, and Reprezent, as well as press coverage on platforms like Spinnup, Comeherefloyd, and Mixmag. A DIY artist at her core, to date she has independently released two projects, the latest being a 6-track visual EP titled, ‘Black Girls Don’t Cry’. Creating music that refuses to be defined, she’s craving her own path, setting herself apart with genre-blending tracks that explore on themes of love, sexuality, confidence and growth.