Tue, 12 Sept|
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London
HotVox Tuesdays at The Lucky Pig - 12 September 2023
HOT VOX Presents: Dave And The Gang // Andrew Moore // Jessie Phelps // Coco Vieno // TV Yellow 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
12 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.
DAVE AND THE GANG
Dave & The Gang’ is a London-based indie and alternative rock collective led by David. Their sound is a fusion of energetic riffs and infectious melodies, channelling influences and covers from classic rock to contemporary indie
Featuring Erene, who adds playful stage presence, Sussie, providing soulful harmonies, and Simeon, laying down tight grooves with cool composure. Tom & Lucas’ British indie-inspired tones complement the band’s sound. They’ve captivated local audiences with infectious energy, leaving mesmerized listeners. On the London stage, dim lights and a Persian rug create an immersive sonic tapestry, pulling you into their indie rock world.
Andrew Moore is an up and coming singer songwriter from Northern Ireland, based in London. Inspired by rock bands such as U2, folk music from his native country and his upbringing as a choir boy, Andrew’s music is full of rich textures and layers. From soaring multi-instrument anthems, to heartfelt piano and guitar ballades, Andrew’s music is emotionally raw and honest, always laced with introspective feeling. Andrew is also a training music therapist and documents his life in mini vlogs on TikTok, YouTube and Instagram. With singles slated for releasing in 2023 and an EP slated for March 2024, Andrew is one you will want to keep an eye on! Follow him on the journey.
Jessie Phelps describes herself as “reliable and a little bit out there” and her music as “a bit of alternative rock with a tinge of blues, but really it sounds like my ADHD”. Her first single, “Pisces”, from Phelps’ self-titled debut EP is catchy but has the kind of lyrical and sonic depth that lure the listener back for multiple plays. Phelps shamelessly calls “Pisces” a silly and fun interpretation of her moods and deeper emotions. Phelps was raised on rock and roll. When she inherited a vintage drum kit from her grandfather, there was no turning back. She has toured and recorded in her native Midwestern America since 2006 with assorted bands and artists. Phelps is currently living in London, UK where she is working and performing as a solo artist and writing and recording new material.
Coco Vieno is an exciting, unique new musician from East London. A 20 year old singer/ songwriter/producer, she and her band will tempt and tease you through a gorgeous set of original indie electronic rock pop tracks. Think Bjork meets Radiohead via The 1975 and you won’t be disappointed!
Reading based indie band, TV Yellow, take elements from hip hop, rock, jazz, and RnB to create feel good tunes that are sure to ‘take the edge off your day’
The band is fronted by vocalist Toby Taylor and guitarist Joe Smith. They started writing and playing music together after meeting at music college in 2017.
TV Yellow bring the newest sound in British alternative music
TV Yellow released their debut single on the 30th of June, titled ‘Head Rush’, which “tastefully delivers laid back beats and catchy melodies” about de-stressing in today’s increasingly chaotic world.