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Sat 15th Jun
@ The Islington Metal Works, London
Featuring: Maverick Sabre, Tribes, The Milk, Gabrielle Aplin, MistaJam, Lewis Watson, Gemma Cairney, Abandoman, Rae Morris, Kye Sones, JP Cooper, Gaoler's Daughter, DJ Count Sizzle, DJ Cuddles, A.J. Holmes & The Hackney Empire, The Harlots
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Festifeel 2013: Maverick Sabre + Tribes + The Milk + Gabrielle Aplin + MistaJam + Lewis Watson + Gemma Cairney + Abandoman + Rae Morris + Kye Sones + JP Cooper + Gaoler's Daughter + DJ Count Sizzle + DJ Cuddles + A.J. Holmes & The Hackney Empire + The Harlots
See www.festifeel.co.uk for more details.
With his unique vocals and rap style, the London born, Irish-bred Maverick Sabre is an amazing contradiction between cultures and genres: Ireland and England, hip-hop, reggae, folk and blues.
Maverick Sabre tour dates
Camden four-piece comprising Johnny Lloyd (vocals, guitar), Jim Cratchley (bass), Miguel Demelo (drums) and Dan White (guitar), heavily influenced by bands such as Nirvana and Pixies. The band have built themselves a cult following in their London hometown.
Tribes tour dates
Hotly tipped Essex 4-piece playing a tasty blend of Soul, Rock'n'Roll, Dance, RnB and Pop. The band can count Fun Lovin' Criminal turned 6Music presenter Huey Morgan amongst their growing fanbase. The boys revisited the classic Motown, Stax and Trojan Records that had soundtracked their teens, intent on putting on a club night. Instead, they hit a creative breakthrough and formed The Milk.
The Milk tour dates
Talented Wiltshire singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin became something of an internet sensation, notching up over 3 million plays on You Tube with her gentle acoustic cover versions of songs by Paramore and You Me At Six. She then went on to reach no.1 in the UK singles chart in 2012 with her haunting cover of Frankie's 'The Power Of Love', thanks to heavy exposure through that year's John Lewis Christmas commercial.
Not wishing to be labelled as a mere covers girl, she has also released her own self-penned or co-written material, with 2015's 'Light Up The Dark' being her most recent release. Her breathtaking combination of beautiful vocals and self-taught piano and guitar muscianship draws influences from Damien Rice, Jamie Cullum, James Morrison to Paramore and Joni Mitchell.
Gabrielle Aplin tour dates
Forget trying to nail MistaJam to a genre for he's a DJ who's from the school of thought where only those who have perfected the art of mixing need apply. If it has a big beat, bassline and melody, chances are Jam's in it.
Regularly causing people to get bunions at some of the finest clubs around the world, his fearless approach to delivering the ultimate blend has seen his army of supporters grow as he's risen through the ranks of BBC 1Xtra and Radio 1 at a speed that (a dramatically slower) Usain Bolt would be proud of.
MistaJam tour dates
With over three million YouTube views and a rapidly growing online following, this guitar playing, Oxford-born singer-songwriter has captured the imagination of audiences with his open and relaxed personality, touching voice, and confident performance style.
Lewis Watson tour dates
Rae Morris is a young singer/songwriter from Blackpool. Learning piano at an early age and forever underestimating her ability, Rae found a voice she didn’t know she had. Make your own comparisons, but be sure to notice a girl of maturity beyond her years.
Cleverly matching her inimitable voice to songs of new experiences, those defining challenges like love and not always being able to have the answers, Rae is the epitome of raw and claims nothing else. Her coming-of-age tales make her a modern-day PJ Harvey, Kate Bush or Feist.
'Rae Morris is becoming the country's most beloved singer-songwriter' (Zane Lowe, Radio 1).
Rae Morris tour dates
Playing a blend of folk, blues, soul and gospel; JP Cooper is an intriguing prospect amongst aspiring British singer-songwriters. Listening to him perform, either alone or with his band, bears witness to an honesty, intensity and power evoked via the simplest of orchestration.
His soulfully expressive, unique vocal style, the kind that cuts through a room to hush a chattering crowd in seconds, is utterly bewitching. His unexpected vocal flights hardly prepare you for the intimacy and empathy to follow, and coupled with a clutch of sensational songs, you will find it almost impossible to believe that he has only been writing seriously for two years and performing solo for barely one.
JP Cooper tour dates
Guitar frenzied sounds, featuring ex-members of Larrikin Love, Littl'ams, No Picasso and Letters From London. From a melting pot of influences they have created a genre-bending sound, free from boundaries, that is unlike anything you’ll have heard before.
Gaoler's Daughter tour dates
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Venue: The Islington Metal Works
7 Torrens Street
EC1V 1NQ 51.532223, -0.105065
Enquiries: 020 7278 9081
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