YES!!!! We hibernate no more!
The Joe Strummer Foundation is thrilled to present its first live event and fundraiser for a long old time.
Returning to our favourite South London venue with this amazing lineup on Saturday and it’s sure to go off like a frog in a sock.
Bringing it, we got…
Jessica Winter is an artist who doesn’t belong to one genre, scene or group. She is not confined by sound but by song.
Much of her childhood was spent looking out of the window from her hospital bed which enabled a very vivid imagination to grow.
Jessica Winter takes inspiration from every life experience and explores sounds from the 80s, to trap, to indie and back around to pure pop. She is currently residing in Brixton, South London but originally from Portsmouth.
Having been in bands for the past few years and currently one half of the duo PREGOBLIN, Jessica has a habit of never stopping and is consistently curious about writing and producing music for herself and others.
Most recently Jessica has been working with Jazmin Bean, polish singer Brodka, LYAM, S-Type, Paul White & Remi Kabaka (Gorrilaz) and previously featured on CID RIM’s track, ‘Is This Love’.
The South London based, Salford born, Floridian Widnesian.
An elderly man stood at the back of a sweaty show at the Brixton Windmill once described him as a “poetic nutter”.
Recently featuring on The Streets remix of Free My People by Greentea Peng and So You Don’t Get In Trouble by fellow Bath House member Simmy.
Kid Cruise is set to release his debut EP later this year.
Mash P now lives in the UK on a Global Talent visa, a remarkable achievement for someone who lived on the streets of Freetown for 12 years.
After the war, he was rejected by his family and stigmatised by the community. With no other choice, he left for the streets where he started writing music.
“Music enabled me to have a voice and express my feelings” says Mash.
Gal Dem Dae is the latest dance track from Sierra Leonean Nathaniel Sesay aka Mash P. Produced by Yioti of YaiYai studio in Hastings and supported by The Joe Strummer Foundation, it’s a great summer party song.
Mash P found WAYout Arts seven years ago where he recorded an album ‘Mr. President’ and went on to record “After the Jungle” ft Frank Turner.
In 2018 he was invited to perform in Rotterdam by the Prince Claus fund who focus on how the arts help people recover from trauma. Later in 2018 he was invited to the With1Voice summit in Manchester, for organisations working with the homeless and the arts.
He’s not just a musician, his photographs have been exhibited in London, Manchester and Portland, USA as part of WAYout’s UNSEEN exhibition.
Spinning records and bringing the vibe will be the super talented...
So, there we have it, folks! Shout out to everyone involved in bringing this event together.