Wed, 07 Jun|
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London
HotVox Wednesdays at The Lucky Pig - 7 June
HOT VOX Presents: Boy Blue // KoeKoe // Maren Davidsen // Freddie Lennox // AER 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
07 Jun, 17:00 – 08 Jun, 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.
Boy Blue is a Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, and professional s**t talker from Manchester / Surrey. He sits at the intersection between modern indie pop and bedroom folk, while also drawing influences from powerful queer artists of his generation. Despite recently starting his music career, he is starting off with a bang, by releasing two singles called “Wrong Side of The Railroads” and “Spell It Out”, covering both areas of his songwriting genres.
KoeKoe is an Italian sinegr songwriter based in London with influences coming from gospel, neo-soul, soul and r&b. She is part of the London International Gospel Choir and lead singer of funk and soul bands.
Vocalist with years of experience, KoeKoe only started her songwriting journey a year ago and released her debut single “My Time” in January 2023.
Norwegian singer/songwriter Maren Davidsen presents herself as a sensitive Northern girl, with styles ranging from moody, acoustic guitar to alternative pop. The independent songstress has released 7 singles so far, with most of her inspiration being drawn from her life as a hopeless romantic residing in London. With a dreamy and hook-filled heart, the 26-year-old usually performs intimately with her guitar to best tell the stories within her melancholic pop-world. While a debut E.P is scheduled for release this spring, she will be offering heartfelt performances in and around London for the months to come.
London based singer/songwriter Freddie Lennox crafts 60’s and 70’s inspired pieces of poetic pop.
2023 has seen him playing across London, including two sold out headline shows at The Troubadour.
After an unexpected but welcome detour into the world of lo-fi hip-hop in 2020 as Project AER, UK producer Alex Reade set about applying everything learned into the always-intended vocal alias AER – titled from his initials and pronounced ‘air’, blending ambiences and emotive instrumentals with vocal storytelling against organic & electronic hybrid musical backdrops inspired by Indie Rock and modern Pop productions.
In 2023, AER released his second album ‘how to be alive’, moving on from his debut album’s take on heartbreak and love lost to explore the bigger picture of life through the sounds of Indie Pop & Rock suited for both the stage and quiet reflective night drives.