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Move presents Albert Cerny (Lake Malawi), Maella & Ben Osborne on Tuesday 20th November 2018
The fourth in our series presenting up-and-coming acts at The Social sees Czech pop start Albert Cerney, the charismatic front man of Lake Malawi, make a rare London appearance, with award winning young Czech Singer Maella being and DJs host DJs Ben Osborne.
Albert Cerny formed Lake Malawi in 2013 and in the last five years they have become established stars on the Czech scene. Albert flies into London ahvig just played in one of Prague’s icon old town squares for a Noise of Art and Mover Assoc. gig marking 1000 years since the end of WW1 and the creation of the Czech national. Amongst the bands’s many highlights, he’s opened for Thirty Seconds to Mars and The Kooks, played at The Great Escape in 2015 and in 2017 performed their debut eight-date tour of England (including a sold-out London show). Lake Malawi released their first full-length debut album, entitled Surrounded By Light, in November 2017.
Maella is a talented 21 year old at the start of a promising career. She won Best Alternative Song at the TAIS Awards i Prague and is currently studying music in London. Already a rising star in Prague, she has just started turning heads in the UK, having appeared at several festivals this summer, while recording with her own band and and an indie EBM project with Ben Osborne.
Host DJ Ben Osborne is the founder of Noise of Art. The Guardian describes Noise of Art as an “actual cathedral of sound” and Time Out says his sets span “techno, funk, galactic house, deep down and dirty disco and other dancefloor dynamite”.
Music Genres: Disco, Electro, House, Indie, Rock
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