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Music Week Breakout - January

Music Week Breakout - January

Jan 31st 2013 - Feb 1st 2013

Location: Camden, London
Venue: Barfly
Website: www.musicweek.com/breakout
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Music Week backs this monthly night showcasing 'the cream of hot new talent'.

CHANGE OF VENUE: The next Breakout Londo gig offers its usual exciting line-up at Barfly, Camden on Thursday, January 31. BOOK BELOW.

Taking place every second Thursday in the month in London, Breakout has attracted up to 1,000 people nightly since its launch in October 2010.

It has now played host to over 200 acts with a total audiences of over 16,000 people – winning best independent UK promoter at the Live Music Awards 2011.

As ever, the night offers a host of exciting unsigned and newly?signed acts driving those exclusive A&R circles wild with hype. Performers on the MAIN STAGE will include:

SPECIAL GUEST HEADLINER (TBA)

KHUSHI is an exciting project, tipped as One to watch for 2013, lead by a london born singer songwriter's beautifully crafted and relentlessly catchy alternative pop songs which are a marriage of disarming honesty and irresistible melodies.
https://soundcloud.com/khushimusic

ECHOTAPE The band's demo recordings found its way to the attention of Killing Joke bass player and legendary producer, Youth (producer of The Verve, Dido, Embrace and The Futureheads, amongst many others, prompting the band to hire a van & head over to Southern Spain, where in a week, they laid down 17 tracks with him. One of these their single Spinning is being played by 6 music, XFM, Amazing and Absolute Radio, with the video forming part of an installation in the Tate Modern that sought to celebrate and promote collecitivism within and amongst different subcultures. http://www.echotape.co.uk

BLAISE Introducing 16 year old Blaise from South West London, supported by MTV Base, Channel 4, Kiss 100, Capital FM and Music Week, this is one young lady to keep your eye on in 2013. Currently promoting her second single "Thunderstorm" from her forthcoming 2013 EP "Sing Out Loud" which will be released on February 25th http://www.blaiseofficial.com

KIMBERLY ANNE Having recently released her 'Bury It There' EP recorded with renowned producer Julian Simmons (Ed Sheeran, Guillemots), Kimberly Anne has caught the eye of the Head of Music at Radio 1, featured as ‘Record of the Day’ and been tipped as one to watch in 2013 by The Guardian. Kimberly Anne is drum kits made from £5 Ikea tables and condenser microphones duct taped to mops. Known for recording/broadcasting live demos and events from her bedroom in South East London, she is truly handmade in every sense of the word. Producing music of a rare and unique quality but yet comfortably familiar, she captures your imagination and invites you inside her brain for a cup of tea and a chat with every track. http://www.kimberlyannemusic.com/

LEANNE ROBINSON Renowned for her powerful and emotive vocal ability, Leanne graduated from The BRIT School & recently featured on X Factor 2012, being part of the final 6 girls that were flown out to St Lucia. Her time on the show has seen her pick up more attention for her voice that unites the religious fervour of her church roots with a passion for Pop. Getting play from 1Xtra, RinseFM and BBC London as well as support from the likes of The Mobos and Evening Standard for her debut EP ‘Exhibit A’. http://leannerobinson.com/

Industry guests can register below for free entry before 8pm.
Registration closes at Midday on the day of the show.

 

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