Independent publisher Bucks Music Group has partnered with London’s Roundhouse for a special collaborative showcase next month.
The showcase will be headlined by Manchester born singer Findlay (pictured), whose 2015 single Electric Bones hit No.2 on Spotify’s US Viral Chart and reached No.15 globally. She will be supported by fellow Bucks artists Dom McAllister and Tay Salem. They’ll also be joined on the bill by one of the Roundhouse’s resident artist Joss Ryan.
Taking place in the Roundhouse’s Sackler Space on June 22, it will mark the first time the two companies have combined for a live event.
Bucks Music Group director A&R Sarah Liversedge Platz said: “Bucks Music Group moved its offices to the Roundhouse site just over a year ago. Having the venue and the Roundhouse team on our doorstep is extremely exciting and an absolute privilege. As a result, we are very naturally exploring creative synergies between our organisations and this event is a great example of what a charitable organisation and a commercial publisher can achieve together.
“The Roundhouse itself is a very special space, but the team behind it are just as crucial when it comes to grass roots music in the UK because of their commitment to supporting young artists – something we’ve always endeavoured to do at Bucks as well. We hope this is the first of many such events at the Roundhouse.”
Roundhouse head of music Jane Beese said: “Having Bucks Music Group as our neighbours is a really exciting opportunity for the two organisations to work together to platform emerging musicians and our shared ethos for developing talent brings us even closer. Roundhouse Rising is such an important festival for us that we’ve been building over the last eight years and the new Rising Presents nights mean we can bring new music to gig goers more regularly.”