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Clash Live @ Metropolis Studios - Poppy Adjudha & Hak Baker tickets

Metropolis Studios in London

Tuesday 20th March 2018

6:30pm til 10:30pm (last entry 9:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Clash Live @ Metropolis Studios - Poppy Adjudha & Hak Baker

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Clash Live @ Metropolis Studios - Poppy Adjudha & Hak Baker on Tuesday 20th March 2018

Poppy Ajudha and Hak Baker are set to play the next instalment of Clash Live @ Metropolis.

We're partnering with Metropolis Studios - one of London's finest studio complexes - for a series of intimate shows in front of a handful of lucky fans.

The next show takes place on March 20th, and we've brought together two very special songwriters who epitomise the creative freedom running through British music right now.

Poppy Ajudha's divine fusion of jazz, soul and so much more has made her debut EP 'Femme' a truly special moment, embodying her carefree spirit in the most striking manner possible.

Live, her tender delivery is set against deft arrangements, allowing each song to breathe while throwing in a few surprises along the way.

We'll also be joined by Hak Baker, a grime pioneer who discovered the guitar while in prison, fusing the two differing approaches into one gritty whole.

A remarkable, profoundly honest talent, each show from Hak Baker feels like a true communion, with his work speaking up for the dispossessed, for those on the fringes.

Taking place on March 20th, entry is free!

Music Genres: 

Hip Hop, Jazz, R&B, Soul

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