sirlute the KING is an open jam session event hosted the super funny Trend James.
Dubbed "The Ultimate Cypher" showcase in London. sirlute the KING caters for all those who are driven artist x musicians that want to network with others like themselves.
What To Expect On The Night:
• Open Jam Sessions (For All Musicians)
• Live PA's (pre-booked acts)
• Hosted by Trend James
• Oh… and a film crew!
STK’s open jams are for all artist and musicians. Designed to give all a chance to show off their art, as well as network with other musicians like themselves. Whatever your skill may be, we want you to grace the stage and be #SIRLUTED.
Hosted by the forever funny KING Trend James, sirlute the KING consist of 5 open jams and 5 live performances which is filmed and released online via youtube.
All musicians are welcome whether you be a drummer, bass player, guitarist, singer, spoken words or rapper come get involved in a new wave of creative networking and fun. Stand Up And Be SIRLUTED
*Other instrument players are welcome to bring their own instruments on the night.
Location: The Macbeth Address: 70 Hoxton Street, London N1 6LP
Date: Thursday 5th May 2016 Times: 7.30pm - 01.00am
Guest list and concession £3.00
“Take Fourteen” show line up looks like
Having almost completed the ‘Picking Up The Pieces’ project, which has featured some old and some new material from the KingDon Come artist. Expect to catch some golden vibes on the night from the Rapper with the possibility of some features.
Giving you a tale of he’s stories from a town called Custom House, East London. You can expect a lot of happy, funkadelic, witty, horrorcore-hardcore, acid-funk, dangerous-fun, party vibe in J’See’s music.
North London based Novacaine Nothing are a metal band, they are pushing the boundaries of the genre by mixing metal with some grunge, hip hop and punk elements. Expect high energy.
Singer/songwriter from London. His sound has been called "groove-based RnB/pop music". Expect catchy songs, a cover or two and a lot of falsetto...
DJ: Uncle Neil
Spinning the best in Reggae and Bashment classics. “Dun kno him come to mash up the dance”