Electric Jam returns with another wonderfully eclectic as well as International, mix of incredible talent. From Switzerland, to France to Italy - to Essex! Another fantastic night of music is assurred!
"Solo Performer Of The Decade" (Panic Awards 2017) If you think you know Live Looping
- think again! Performing with up to 7 instruments and multi vocal loops, Paolo will dazzle you with his 21st Century One Man Band show. Great great songs, an amazing vocal and a truly unique Live show. If youve seen him before you know how special this show will be. If you havent, be prepared to be amazed!
Fresh from a busy festival period, The March Fleet bring their alt indie sound scape to the electric jam. Performing songs from their forthcoming EP2 release, we can't wait to see these guys weaving their sonic tapestry.
London based 4-piece band, Indigo Face, was formed in 2014.
The band is set to release its next single “Can We Make It?”” in Autumn 2017. Members of Indigo Face, Mariachiara Terragin (lead vocals), Max Obadia (keyboards/guitar/production), Raymond Tognola (bass) and Andrea Rapisarda (drums), have created a sound that weaves together influences from Pop, Funk, EDM, Synth Pop, drawing on elements from their collective experience. Their last EP “At The Gate” has been recognized by Music Week, Pop Matters, Music Times, Amazing Radio and more
Switzerland punches above its weight in a lot of departments: chocolate, cheese, wristwatches, tennis stars. But when it comes to putting pop acts on the international map, the country has not had much to shout about – until now.
Miracle Four is about to change all that. The new girl group comprising Alena, Amber, Arina and Emilia hail from the Alpine Rhine Valley where they have won over audiences with a refreshing blend of youthful talent and sophisticated musicianship. Further afield, their social media presence has helped to secure them a recording contract with the German label NB Germany
All the band play instruments and write songs and, since leaving school, have dedicated themselves to music full-time. The ensemble is set up as an equal four-way gang with no one leader or lead singer.
The future is looking bright for Miracle Four. In October, the group will travel to the UK to play their first shows in London and Dublin. Next year a tour of Germany is scheduled. Meanwhile, the four girls continue to write and record their first album with the production team of Loitz, Silvan Akpolat and Jan Schulten. In the brave new world of streaming and online media, Ian Brown’s dictum that “It’s not where you’re from, it’s where you’re at” has never rung more true. You can put a video or a song out there and if someone likes it, word can spread very quickly.
“We don’t know what to expect,” Amber says. “But like any artist who is 100% with their music, we have high ambitions.”
DAVE ARSCOTT/RUBBER SOUL
Delighted to once again have Dave and Rubber Soul providing the musical backdrop to the Evening - the glue that holds the eclectic night of Artists and music together