Be sure to keep your eyes open and ears tuned in for more from Ticketmaster and TicketWeb Artist Services.
We were at Off the Record festival this month! Off the Record is Manchester’s biggest new music festival, showcasing brand new talent from around the UK. We caught great new acts like Rivers Matthews and Eliza Shaddad (shown above). Read our full review here.
Here are more highlights from November:
Introducing: Confidence Man
The Australian duo makes confident music for confident people! Read all about them on the TicketWeb Blog.
Ticketmaster Session: Lukas Nelson
The son of the legendary Willie Nelson and a country star in his own right, Lukas Nelson joined us for a Ticketmaster Session ahead of his appearance at Country to Country festival in March 2018. Enjoy the performance here.
Concert Review: Bleachers at Koko, London
Formely of .fun and Steel Train, Jack Antonoff is now the driving force behind new pop project Bleachers. Performing off-kilter hits like Don’t Take the Money and I Miss Those Days, Bleachers entertained an appreciative crowd at Camden Town’s Koko back in October. Read the Ticketmaster blog review here.
Venue Guide: Archspace, London
East London’s newest gig space has opened in Haggerston. TicketWeb gives us the lowdown here.
City Calm Down
TicketWeb hosted its official drinks and a showcase at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen as part of The Great Escape’s First Fifty. Performing at the showcase were Australian trio City Calm Down who brought their anthemic post-punk wall of sound to Shoreditch, ensuring an excellent event enjoyed by all. Check out brand new single In This Modern Land here.
Alexandra Jayne could well be the UK’s answer to Shakira with latin-tinged dancefloor pop like current single No Goodbye. She’s supported James Blunt on tour, she’s Caffe Nero’s artist of the month all December and she’s just recorded her first BBC Introducing Session. Alex is also confirmed to perform at Ticketmaster’s acoustic event at the Natural History Museum on Thursday 7 December. Give I Won’t Break a listen here and keep your ears open for her in 2018.
East London likely lads, Brit-wavers and TicketWeb favourites SHINERS finally release their debut EP Now which includes latest singles Generation Y and pay day anthem Just Got Paid. Give the EP a listen here. You can catch them live in London on the following dates: Natural History Museum (Acoustic Lates) on Thursday 30 November; Hot Vox presents @ Roadtrip & The Workshop, Old Street (Hot Vox Presents) on Friday 14 December; and Spotlight X Disaster presents @ Camden Assembly, Camden High St on Wednesday 10 January.
Dama Scout are a fantastic art-pop trio who’ve just finished a UK tour supporting Canada’s just marvellous WEAVES. Artist Services caught the London show at Hackney’s Oslo last week and were suitably impressed. New single Sugar is out now on Hand in Hive, but beware the video is not for the squeamish. Stick Wednesday 31 January 2018 in your diary, as that’s when you can catch them at Stoke Newington’s Waiting Room – not to be missed.
The Rose Theatre remained their home until the Globe was built some 13 years later.