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New Moon: A Night of New Music Live | The Half Moon London  | Mon 16th September 2019 Lineup

New Moon: A Night of New Music Live

The Half Moon in London

Monday 16th September 2019

7:30pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best.

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New Moon: A Night of New Music Live on Monday 16th September 2019

Black Acid Mavericks

North-east based four piece with a uniquely distinctive and colossal sound. An emphatic wall of melodic noise with a epic sprinkling of robust raspy vocals, sick licks, big banging beats and silky bass lines.

Amber Liadan

Amber Liadan has a pure, authentic sound, rooted in a Rock and Folk heritage of her musical parents (Heather Mac and Tim Parr, from 80's rock band - Ella Mental). Her sound influences are Rock, Reggae, supported by rustic open pentatonic guitar tunings covering light and dark notes congruent with her all - powerful voice. AmberLiadan has been living in London for the last 3 years, honing her craft as a musician and developing a strong fan base- proving without doubt that she is an international musical enchantress. In her career she has been support act for Steve Newman, Bill Knight, Tim Parr, Heather Mac, Robin Auld, Kindred Spirit, Time Flies and Native Young.

Lauren Lucille

Lauren Lucille is an Australian musician who writes heartfelt music that sounds like singer songwriter folk and pop with elements of soul and jazz.

Maddie Bowe

Maddie Bowe is a singer/songwriter based in London. Maddie's single 'With Everything I Have Left' won the Mayor of London Song Prize 2018, selected by judges Newton Faulkner, Fuzz Chaudhrey (BBC Radio 1), Lauren Churchman (BBC6 Music), Swarzy Macaly (KISS FM), and James Brister (ICMP). The winning track gained its debut radio play this year on BBC Radio York with BBC Introducing North Yorkshire.
Ben Hemming

In something of a backward nod to the ways of a bygone era, its fair to say that Ben Hemming didn't so much find the blues... as the blues found him. It was during a particularly troublesome period in his life, stuck in a dead end job, and having watched his girlfriend walk out of his life, that he decided the only option was to seek change.

Artists: Black Acid Mavericks, Amber Liadan, Lauren Lucille, Maddie Bowe, Ben Hemming

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Covers Band/Tribute Act

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