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Come to our free live music series with Eat Your Own Ears and Lapsang House

It's in January, over three nights

We’ve partnered up with our promoter friends Eat Your Own Ears, and South London label Lapsang House, for a free entry live series this January. On 12, 19 and 26 January, we’ll be bringing some of the most exciting new artists we know to the Shacklewell Arms in East London – details on those below. Previous years’ editions of EYOE Recommends have featured acts including Porridge Radio, PVA, Rachel Chinouriri, Unmoor Kiva, FEET, Drug Store Romeos, and many more – a pretty good track record.

Below is a playlist of the artists we’ve got playing, and you can get your free tickets for each night here.

12 January

Moa Moa: Blissful grooves from recent alumni of the Speedy Wunderground singles series

Prima Queen: Plaintive indie, all lush guitar arrangements and gorgeous vocal harmonies

Robbie & Mona: Unsettled, upside-down synth-pop atmospherics

Human Interest: Bold, brash, psych-y garage rock

19 January

Kinder: Delicate, ambient-leaning confessionals from multi-instrumentalist Leo Wyatt; we’ll also be joined for a DJ set by Paige Bea, who contributed to Kinder’s album

Clara Mann: Intimate indie-folk, influenced by a Catholic upbringing in rural France

Ewan Samms: Bedroom beats and laidback hooks from a classically-trained jazz guitarist

26 January

Chloe Bodur: UK jazz, US hip-hop and more blend effortlessly in the work of this fast-rising ‘psychedelic soul’ songwriter

Loshh: Gospel, juju and more contributing to a truly contemporary pop sound

Fazer: A multifaceted German group who combine post-rock with jazz to thrilling effect

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