Worn Out Tuesdays monthly new music fiesta returns to the Sebright Arms (31-35 Coate Street, East London E2 9AG) on Tuesday 3rd October supported by Vans, Clash Magazine & Venn Records.
A free entry showcase dedicated to supporting the best new acts on the scene across genres. At a time when money is tight we are here to bring the best emerging artists to the stage without hitting your bank balance.
This month sees a trio of acts take to the stage, secure your free ticket HERE.
Brighton based Geordie rockers, Sick Joy are riding the wave of their latest single ‘Hypodermic Sunshine’, produced by Dom Craik of Nothing But Thieves.
The track is the second new track from the trio since the release of last years debut album, ‘WE’RE ALL GONNA F***ING DIE’ on So Recordings (Placebo, Enter Shikari, Hundred Reasons).
“It’s kind of a messed up love song,” shares frontman Mykl Barton. “I’m just saying thank you to the people, the things that pull you out of the darkest corners or the lowest spots. Maybe that’s a person, maybe that’s a song, whatever you needed.”
Rage Doll are a “quirky and deadly” duo, based in London. Whilst building a strong connection writing via social media, Rage Doll has found a new formula to achieve a resurgence in the popularity of 2000s emo and metal music by creating a musical infusion that blends cinematic, electronic and rock music together.
Rage Doll also live up to their Quirky aesthetic, proving that Rage Doll can formulate an exciting and ever-changing visual identity for themselves. Through the knowledge and connections of past projects Akin and Tatiana have created Rage Doll to make a dent in the current alternative music scene. Rage Doll’s music can be seen as an explosive outlet whilst creating a shadow of relatability and comfort for their listeners.
So new there isn’t even a description we can provide you at this time. So fresh you can probably cut your teeth on them just by whispering their name.