Mind Over Matter: Save 'Sound Skool' & 1st Birthday! Tickets | The Fiddler's Elbow London  | Wed 1st August 2018 Lineup

Mind Over Matter: Save 'Sound Skool' & 1st Birthday! tickets

The Fiddler's Elbow in London

Wednesday 1st August 2018

6:30pm til 11:45pm (last entry 11:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Join us as we celebrate our 1st Birthday and do our part to save Sound Skool!

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Mind Over Matter: Save 'Sound Skool' & 1st Birthday! on Wednesday 1st August 2018

Its our 1st Birthday! We hope you can make it to celebrate with us!

We have a brand new venue, an awesome line up and as always, a very worthy cause in SoundSkool

As its our birthday we'll be having a party, after the show with Nutty P behind the wheels of steel!

The times are slightly different at the new venue:

Doors: 6:30pm
Show: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
After Party: 10:30pm - 12am

Featured Artists


LionHeart is a TEDx Speaker, Award Winning Poet and International SpokenWord Performer. Author of debut poetry collection ‘The Mute’s Rebellion’, which excavates memories of social anxiety, selective mutism, upbringing, emotional vulnerability and more.

With recognition from the likes of Emeli Sande, Akala, Floacist (Floetry), The Voice and more.

Pretty Hurts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lv0VC92oxFQ

Faisal Salah

Faisal Salah, the man with the voice, is a multi-talented, internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter-beatboxer who can best be described as a walking jam session.

Faisal has the gift of freestyle musical expression which he uses to connect to others, awakening and freeing the creativity in them as he does so.

Waterfall - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jihnfwnNL1g


Emy.P is a 28 year old Spoken Word Artist and Musician born and raised in Essex. On a personal mission to raise awareness and de stigmatize the negative viewpoints surrounding mental health, EMY’s honest writing approach and dark humour delves into the minds of everyday people as well as her own wired brain. Describing herself as “Passionate, Chaotic and Scruffy” EMY’s relatable stories and electric performance are already proving to be very popular on the London poetry and Spoken word scene.


Bobbie Johnson

You may remember Bobbie Johnson fro our January event. As its our birthday we thought we'd bring back a past act!

MC and producer Bobbie Johnson is no stranger to the UK hip-hop scene. Previous releases like 2013’s Lucidly Dreaming, 2014’s The Circles EP, a feature in Sektion Red documentary Artimis and more recently My People and have put Bobbie Johnson the radar.


Nutty P [DJ]

Nutty P is a producer, song writer, rapper, singer , remixer and DJ hailing from south west London. He started out in the legendary Lancaster Youth Centre in Ladbroke Grove and was mentored by produced / rapper extraordinaire Incisive [MyIsh].

Nutty caught his first big break at the age of 18 when he scored a official remix for Big Bruvas [favourite things] next he went on tour with Naila Boss and Shola Ama, whilst still producing for then up and comer Lowkey. He would later go on to work with the best the UK had to offer in terms of urban music, these included; Sway, S. A. S. Doc Brown, Baby Blue, Professor Green, Shakka, J2K, Smiler, Wretch 32, to name a few. He then went on on to produce for Ghetts, Newham Generals, Paigey Cakey, Ard Adz Yellows, Lady Lykkez, DDark, Baby Sol and Speech Debelle.

The Cause

This time around all the money raised from ticket sales and anything rasied on the night will be going to Sound Skool. Please see below about the diffficult situation they are currently facing:

SoundSkool's mission is 'Changing young people's lives through music...'

SoundSkool provide fully funded, full time music education to 16-19 year olds including English and maths GCSE/Functional Skills for those who havent achieved these at School.

We our currently been based within CONEL (Enfield Centre) as a franchise partner and have been here for the past 2 years.

Please see the awful news that has happened briefly below and find attached all the information about who we are, what has happened and what you can do:

'The announcement that the College of North East London and Haringey (CONEL) will not renew the SoundSkool’s contract has left 70 students aged between 16 and 19 without a college place including 20 whose prospects of attending university may be adversely affected as a result. Also we have 15 amazing and dedicated staff without jobs.

Having received just three weeks notice, current and former students, staff and supporters have mounted a campaign to secure funding, premises and equipment to allow the college to continue its work into the 2018/19 academic year and beyond.'

Here is the link to our petition you can sign and share with your networks https://www.change.org/p/savesoundskool

Here's the link to the fund me campaign - https://www.gofundme.com/savesoundskool



Open Mic Guidelines:

The open mic is hosted by our partner, Miss Yankey. Founder of Poetry Prescribed.

Doors open at 6:30pm. Sign up on arrival. Limited slots.

1. Acappella or backing track. Both welcome.
2. ONE piece or a MAXIMUM of THREE minutes
3. State name, then piece

Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter is an independent project which aims to break down stigma attached to mental health and widen the conversation by discussing it through Hip Hop and Spoken Word Poetry. We host spirited, powerful events showcasing the best of up and coming talent as well as established artists from the worlds of Spoken Word and Hip Hop, for us to come together and discuss the difficult realities of mental health.


Our Partner - Poetry Prescribed

Poetry Prescribed deliver therapeutic workshops promoting poetry as a self healing tool, and an effective way to manage mental health and wellbeing. Poetry has the ability to inspire thought, expression and creativity. We believe that through poetry we can connect to self, others, and our communities.


We hope to see you on the 1st!


Music Genres: 

Hip Hop, R&B, Rap, Soul, Spoken Word

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