Hurrah! Clash Live is returning once again to Miranda at Ace Hotel, though this month we are shuffling across to a Thursday for a special night packed to the rafters with breakthrough artists.
As ever, entry is free, and the contest to win a pair of tickets is now live - simply sign up via the form below to secure your place! We will email winners to confirm attendance in the coming days.
Let's meet this month's performers, then...
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The release of new EP 'Symptoms Of A Teen' marks a coming-of-age for this young London singer-songwriter and producer. Utilising the platform provided via Skepta and Levi's Music Project in Tottenham, Kali honed her craft producing a body of work that speaks on her teenage years growing up in London. Having guested laying backing vocals for Not3s’ 'My Lover' and 'Just Fine', and Unknown T's latest offering 'Throwback', her voice will be fondly familiar to those who haven't caught her solo work. Don't miss this rare chance to catch her performing in such an intimate setting.
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Riding the neo Afro-beat wave currently sweeping the charts, Kida joins us hot from the release of 'Jiggy Bop', the follow-up to previous singles 'Issa vibe', 'Again' and 'Dance On The Table'. Having already caught the ears of A$AP Rocky, guested on Julie Adenuga's coveted Beats1 show and racked up countless radio spins across the board, Kida's transition to a more mainstream success seems right on course.
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Twenty-seven-year-old rapper and producer Levelle London has been bubbling for a few years garnering underground notoriety. His new feature alongside Phrann on 'Gets Like That' is infectious and the video is slick, so expect a suitably banging set at his Clash Live show.
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Check out North Londoner Nayana IZ and Bone Slim's (part of the NiNE8 collective) cut 'Pusha', with Mac Wetha on production duties. It floats through the summer air like a knife through butter. Nayana also heads up the Hydration Studios gang, a queer/femme focused platform for women in music.
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Jordan Edward-Wilkes, better known by his stage name Jords, is a Croydon songwriter who has earned his stripes effortlessly combining clever emotive lyrics, raw delivery and thought provoking concepts.
Having opened up last weekends main stage at The Ends Festival in style, we are excited to welcome the South Londoner onto our stage at Miranda this month.
Popping once again with new track 'Damaged Goods', the second instalment of her 'Every Season' series, Lola Coca’s latest work is co-written by Show N Prove and features production duties from Grammy award-winning producer Rey Reel (Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Drake). Celebrating Taurus energy to the fullest, Lola will be jumping on our stage to bring some of her trademark sass to the evening.
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Peckham's Zone 2 have been at the heart of the UK drill movement since the offset, their new cut bringing snap-your-neck sharp production and sees the crew airing their usual South London swagger. Crew member PS joins us for a solo spot as he steps into the industry spotlight.
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