White City House Special...

Clash Live launches at White City House on April 30th hosted within the iconic Studio A, nestled amongst the former heart of the BBC's Television Centre in London.

We are excited to present some of our favourite talent of the moment, performing live to an intimate invite only audience and you can join us to toast our 15th Anniversary celebrations.

Guests will be able to pick up a free copy of Spring Issue 111 whilst stocks last. Styling wise we are partnering with our good friends at Farah styling performers and celebrating their SS19 collection.

The event is happening on Tuesday April 30th - and we have 100 free tickets only to give away for you to join us. The first 50 people to sign up via the form below will win a free pair of tickets for you and a friend to attend!

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Celeste

Having already left an indelible impression with two stirring singles in 2018, 'Both sides of the Moon' and 'Lately', Brighton soul singer Celeste launched into 2019 with her most personal songwriting to date 'Father's Son'. Devastatingly brilliant in it's subtleties, Celeste ruminates on the now West London based singers complicated relationship with her West Indian father, who sadly passed away when she was 16. Deeply emotive songwriting, we are excited to welcome Celeste to the Clash Live stage.

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Miraa May

North London singer songwriter Miraa May debuted with her first EP 'The Beginning' back in 2014, raw and soulful cuts that caught the ears of award winning producer Salaam Remi (Amy Winehouse, Nas, The Fugees) who went on to produce the follow up EP N15.

Now Miraa is back releasing her most unapologetic, frank and heart felt collection of songs yet. The 'Care Package' document is a young woman living her life to the full covering the whole gambit of her emotional depth. Out now on Island Records.

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RuthAnne

Growing up singing in Church choirs in Ireland, listening to classic soul and R&B left an indelible impression on RuthAnne. Whilst drawing from the greats, she has a distinctly unique sound with her forthcoming debut album pulling together a revery of R&B and nu-soul. Now living between Dublin and London, we are excited to welcome RuthAnne to a Clash Live stage.

 

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Olivia Nelson

Olivia Nelson has a deep connection with the music she makes. After all, it's hewn from her own life, each song intertwined with events from her day-to-day, a diary or journal of sorts set to the most divine pop melodies. Most recent EP contained 10 songs, rivaling most albums - 'For You' was built over the period of several months, detailing the end of a relationship, and her path through the debris. Lead track 'Smother Me' was as brave as they come, each note, and each word seeming to ripple with a very rare type of emotion. Check out the cathartic 'For You' now.

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Dextric

Starting the year right, Dextric teamed up with Grammy award winning mix engineer Dan Parry (Ran n Bone Man, Adele, Loyle Carner) on their new single 'Wish I Could'. Drawing influences from the likes of JUNGLE, Maribou State, Tom Misch, Parcels and more their is an immediacy to their song writing and production that grabs the ear. Tune in now.

 

 

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Also on the bill Clash DJs will be spinning our favourite anthems RSVP details below...

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