Live Gallery: Clash Live x RCA Records At Ace Hotel

Live Gallery: Clash Live x RCA Records At Ace Hotel

Featuring Lady Leshurr, Aeris Roves, Au/Ra, Zie Zie, iLL BLU + More...

November’s installment of Clash Live’s monthly residency at The Miranda in London’s Ace Hotel was brought to the capital in partnership with RCA Records, presenting on stage five of their freshest and most exciting talents.

First up was rapper ZieZie, representing South London with a short, Afrobeat-infused set of bangers. His dynamic presence was matched by the intensely introspective force of Au/Ra, the teenage singer-songwriter who translates her adolescent displacements into big and vibrant wall-of-sound productions.

Aeris Roves followed, clutching his guitar and unleashing a captivating voice that sang of late night adventures and romances - a perfect soundtrack to the dark, basement vibes of The Miranda on a winter Wednesday night.

Headline act Lady Leshurr blew up the stage like a UK rap renegade with an explosive and energetic set that drew from her biggest hits to stun the sold-out crowd, before hotly-tipped production duo iLL BLU brought the evening to a close with a forceful DJ set.

Check out exclusive images and footage from the event below.

Don’t miss December’s all-action winter blow-out - full details at the bottom of the page.

Photography: Lucy Baker

LADY LESHURR

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Doors open at 7.30pm.

Location:
Miranda,
Ace Hotel,
100 Shoreditch High Street,
London E1 6JQ

Time: 
7.30pm - 12.30am, Wednesday 12th December.

Please note: the event is 18+ and ID is essential.

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