New Moon - A Night of New Music
Rafe Gregory + Boundless Brothers + DAXX + Bethany Dyson + Dan Patrick
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...
Founded in January 2017, New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best up-and-coming acts from the UK, Europe, and often from around the globe.
Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via firstname.lastname@example.org
Country-Rock singer from South-West London.
Boundless Brothers are a British folk pop band. The band consists of brothers Sam Wilson (lead vocals, guitar), Seb Wilson (electric/double bass, backing vocals), Nathan Cole (banjo, backing vocals) and Dan Browne (keyboards, drums, backing vocals).
Formerly known as Blue Horyzon the band originally formed back in 2011 in Penzance and are now based between Cornwall and Gloucestershire. The band changed their name to Boundless Brothers shortly after Dan Browne joined as the fourth band member adding drums and keys to the mix.
They are hard working gigging musicians, with a distinctive vocal harmony based sound, who have spent the past few years performing in a variety of venues, pubs and festivals mainly across Cornwall, Devon and Gloucestershire. Festivals include: The Royal Cornwall Show, Oceanfest, Wychwood, The Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Beverley Folk, Sportsbeat, Playfest, Guilfest, Off The Tracks, Kilkenny and The Cornish Bluegrass Festival.
‘Broken Bridges’ is the first single from their forthcoming EP produced by Joe Dworniak, recorded at Riverfish Studio by Joe Dworniak and Ross Mitchell
Soft yet powerful, dark yet cheeky – DAXX’s music lives from carefully chosen contrasts. The German singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist takes you on a journey into her life, through the nightlife filled with parties and self-doubt, through states of empowerment and helplessness, constantly close to the point where you’re getting too close to be comfortable. But the simple, almost self-ironic way of presenting her songs gives even the darkest topic the little twist it needs to stay I your head and keep you excited.
Bethany Dyson is a Singer/Songwriter from the Midlands, UK. Taking inspiration from country, pop and dance music, Bethany fuses many styles together to create an eclectic mix of sound. Her lyrics are heavily inspired by everyday life, along with past and present situations.
Bethany released her Debut EP “Do What You Want” in October 2018 after receiving a grant from Capital Xtra’s Music Potential programme. The EP placed at No.3 in the iTunes Country Chart, No.1 in the Official Local Chart (Coventry) and Bethany was made “Artist of the Week” at RCF Radio in Belgium. To add to this, “Sweet Love” and “Pieces” have also received a generous amount of support from BBC Music Introducing. At present, Bethany is writing new material and collaborating on various projects that will be released throughout the course of 2019.
Social Media Links:
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bdysonofficial
Instagram - www.instagram.com/bdysonofficial
Dan Patrick is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter currently living in London. Dan has been playing music from a very young age, having been inspired by a wealth of Irish singer-songwriters including Damien Rice, Foy Vance, Glen Hansard, and Van Morrison. Dan also draws inspiration from artists across the Atlantic, citing Howlin' Wolf, Mahalia Jackson, and Bon Iver as important influences on his reflective and emotive sound. His powerful, soulful vocals are an effective tool for delivering thoughtful and provocative lyrics that range from joyous to melancholic.
Dan has gigged across London, Belfast, and Los Angeles. He recently delivered a compelling performance at Transparence Entertainment Group’s SXSW 2019 showcase in Austin, Texas.
Dan recorded his debut EP entitled, “Embers” with producer Brett Shaw (Florence + the Machine, Foals) at 123 Studios in South London which was released in May 2019. The stage is set for a big year.