Mon, 15 May|
SATCH Live at The Ned
A brilliant New Music Monday at The Ned, featuring four lovely artists for you to enjoy. RSVP to be added to the guestlist and receive a 25% discount on food and drinks for the evening.
Time & Location
15 May, 18:30
London, 27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ, UK
About the event
10.00pm SATCHSatch is an unforgettable live performer, who writes songs as compelling as the voice that sings them. Hailing from Sussex, this artist vulnerably tells his story through ‘genre-queer’ arrangements, lyrical candor and esteemed ‘Satch and Leo's Transmission’ podcast. Garnering serious stamps of approval from playing some of the worlds most important festivals (Glastonbury, Reeperbahn) and airplay and live shows at the BBC, Satch is breaking ground in both musical and political arenas. Backed by a gifted band and with the release of his debut album imminent, there’s never been a better time to witness Satch’s live show.
9.10pm CLOUDY GALVEZCloudy Galvez is a soulful acoustic artist with a touch of pop. She was trained classically in piano and vocals, but swiftly realised that Pop/Rock/Jazz was where her heart lies. Cloudy often features a uniquely non-stop part of her set, with beautiful improvised transitional sections, allowing the music to breathe and do the talking for itself. Cloudy has performed widely across London, including Omeara, The Century Club, Slaughtered Lamb, and The Garage, supported Toploader and Dodgy at Foodies Festivals UK wide and has toured the US as a solo artist.
8.20pm JESS FITZ
Known for her big hair and big voice, Jess Fitz is a queer pop artist influenced by funk, soul, disco and powerful female voices including Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse. Since her debut release in 2020 she has surpassed 100k Spotify streams, received support from BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, and has notably performed at the Isle of Wight Festival as well as London venues including Folklore, The Grace, The Jazz Café and Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club to name a few.
7.30pm JOANNA COOKEMotown legend Martha Reeves summed it up perfectly, describing Joanna Cooke as “the baby girl singing the blues". Joanna, much like her South West blonde counterparts, Joss Stone and Jo Harman, demonstrates that true soul and emotional connection is not simply constrained by colour or creed. Moreover, her self-penned songs leave a lasting impression on audiences, by dint of their raw honesty and song craft. Joanna has and continues to perform with big name artists, supporting the likes of Rag N Bone Man and Paloma Faith.
Please RSVP with full name.
This venue is part of the Soho House Group.