Love Music Hate Racism Rebel Music Tour

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Love Music Hate Racism Rebel Music Tour

Mama Roux
Thu, 24 Feb
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    DJ Zeyla Lady Sanity Indigo Marshall Kioko
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  • Lady Sanity Sanity embodies storytelling as an art form, encased within a distinctive blend of grime, hip-hop and jazz. The Birmingham native's relentless lyricism places her front-and-centre of a creative new wave defined by embracing fluidity and dismantling categories. Powerful messages are backed by unconventional instrumentals, as seen in her 2020 releases including EPs Lying in Truth and A Problem Shared, alongside her appearance on DEEP IT produced by the legendary DJ Zinc, all crafting deep soundscapes loaded with energy. Sanity's sharp commentary has a fearless instinct, expertly balancing smoothness and potency with each line, while navigating current themes from empowerment to self-examination. As the artist took to the stage at the 2018 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in Australia, her bold authenticity has captured global audiences. Sanity's ascent as one of the most exciting voices in the UK scene is no surprise for the two-time Birmingham Music Awards winner, having made the 2020 shortlist for the BBC Introducing West Midlands One to Watch. Setting the tone for 2021 versatility is the benchmark of an artist creating captivating, genre-bending experiences. (Written by Aisha Dimonde) Indigo Marshall When it comes to the next wave of UK Soul and R&B, Indigo is a diamond contribution. With lyrics that are unfiltered and honest the Birmingham singer and songwriter’s charismatic voice captivates anyone who taps into her journey. Indigo’s sound has been loved by BBC 1Xtra, including being a highlight of DJ Target’s Notice Board. Every single to date has had support from BBC Introducing and with her latest feel-good single ‘That’s What Love Is’ she had international radio play. After the release of her single ‘Distraction’ she flooded Instagram Live, won a competition in support of the Black Lives Matter movement with SBTV and was named Mary-Carey (Mariah Carey and Mary J Blige) by the renowned Kenny Burns. Indigo is currently working on her debut EP which features her untold story. Her next single ‘Questions’ is her vulnerable beginning. KIOKO “Best of British Reggae” – David Rodigan Performing across the UK and Europe, from small venues to arenas and countless festivals, KIOKO have earned their stripes and secured their reputation as a must see band. Hard riddims and social commentary give audiences food for thought whilst jammin’ to the basslines. The multicultural KIOKO represent modern Britain and a new direction for British Reggae. DJ ZEYLA Zèyla is a shape shifting multi genre who doesn't limit herself to one sound. She was raised on Jazz, Soul, Hip Hop, Electronic, Deep House, Latin, Funk, and anything that her parents deemed fly enough to blast through the speakers. This has enabled her to have an enriched mixing style and artistry in her mixes that is distinctive and allows her to be pioneering when telling a story through her sound. Zèyla is a true selector. Her mixes are influenced heavily by her external environment and she loves digging for samples and creative ways of telling a story through her sound. Each show will be a sign of the times and no show will be the same.
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