HOT VOX Presents: Red & The Shameless // The Fourth Person // Happy Science // ONCE // Oli Barton & The Movement
Friday 26th November
Tickets £8 | 19:00
Opening its doors in 2019, The Fiddler is Kilburn’s brand new live music hub showcasing both emerging and acclaimed talent from across London and the UK. Established by the legendary Vince Power, The Fiddler has evolved from the iconic Mean Fiddler of Harlesden which played host to many celebrated artists for over twenty years. The Fiddler is about to become your new favourite venue to discover your new favourite artists.
Red & The Shameless
Red & The Shameless are a 4 piece rock/indie band based out of West London, playing high energy sets whilst utilising 4 vocalists to give a unique and refreshing sound.
The Fourth Person
The Fourth Person formed near Dalston in summer 2018. We recorded our six-track ‘First E.P.’ in 2019. Following line up changes we played our debut gig at Biddle Brothers in Clapton in March 2020. Then, a week later, adjourned due to lockdown. We had our triumphant return at Bloomsbury Lanes (where our pics were taken) on Saturday 22nd May 2021 and brought the house down. We’re already booked up for dates until the Autumn and we’ll be taking every opportunity to write, rehearse and record as well. We have been described as “….blessed with immense natural ability, a strong work ethic, dashing appearances,…” with “big catchy riffs, energetic performances and soaring vocal harmonies…”
North London based, post punk fused RnR four piece Happy Science deliver stories of the city, spat and backed by driving rhythms and arresting riffs.
The band consists of Cal Connaughton (vocals/guitar) Daniel Connolly (vocals/guitar) Fin Woolfson (drums) and Christian Greenhalgh (bass)
Formed in 2021 based in Croydon comprising of;
Chris Webber – Drums
Oli Andrews – Guitar
Harry Mack – Bass
Natasha-Dawn – Lead Vocals
Influences include: Muse, Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore and Three Days Grace.
We have an eclectic pool of material, ranging from upbeat hooks to ambient emotional songs, that engage a wide variety of audiences.
Oli Barton & The Movement
Rising London alternative group Oli Barton & The Movement mix emotional synths, 80s style percussion and a positive and uplifting central message, in a discography that showcases them as an increasingly promising voice amongst British indie artists
Having gained great support from BBC Introducing, the band played multiple festivals where they stormed through many high-profile performances garnering significant attention.
2021 promises to be a huge year for Oli Barton & The Movement as they complete their debut mixtape ‘pipe dreams’ alongside producer Jules Gulon (Sam Smith, Liam Payne) – a release that is sure to continue Oli’s ascent to the indie stratosphere.