New Moon - A Night of New Music
Ruddock's Om + Bryony Sier + S.H.E + Romin + Mark Gunner
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 email@example.com
Ruddock’s Om are an up and coming, 9-piece, Dub Fusion collective who have come together to explore new and exciting means of expression through their music. Taking their name from, and paying homage to, the person widely regarded as the father of Dub, Osbourne “King Tubby” Ruddock.
Founded in early 2018 the band have been developing and refining their original material which crosses the boundaries of genres to create a musical journey, unique to each listener, rich in heavy bassline rhythms, and soaring melodies.
Bryony Sier is an acclaimed singer-songwriter from South Wales. Still only in her early twenties, the soulful power and maturity of Bryony’s voice has already caught the attention of some of the biggest names in the music industry. Over recent years she has performed as a support act for American folk legends Molly Tuttle and Rachel Baiman, and she has worked with producers and songwriters like Charlie Francis (High Llamas, R.E.M.), Amy Wadge (Lewis Watson, Ed Sheeran) and Rick Wakeman. Over recent years Bryony has also played regularly on regional and national radio (e.g. for Bethan Elfyn, BBC Radio 1) and she has performed everywhere from Swn Festival and HUB Festival to Between the Trees and Tadstock Festival (Oxford). Her unique sound/vibe draws upon a wide variety of influences but is shaped especially by her love of American folk, blues, soul, gospel and country music. She is also a big fan of contemporary artists such as Sigrid and Tom Odell. Bryony is currently working on a new EP which is due for release this spring/summer.
When 17 year old Eden sat down at the piano at 5 years old it was obvious she was going to be an artist. Taking inspiration from an eclectic mix of musicians such as Billy Joel, Lianne La Havas, Nile Rodgers and Jess Glynne, Eden’s love of music shines through her performance and songwriting. Delving into the darker electro pop sound she created her artist project S.H.E and is working on new music whilst continuing her training at The BRIT School, you can keep up with her on IG https://www.instagram.com/she_musicofficial/
Romin is an R&B/Pop influenced artist from Glasgow, now based in London. Glasgow, Scotland is a city renowned for its upbeat and lively indie music culture.However, isn’t a city known for contributing to the darker, moodier side of the UK’s music scene.
Enter, Romin. Recognisable for his pensive vocals and stirring ballads, Romin is the producer, writer and performer of his music. Growing up in Glasgow, Romin developed a passion for music at an early age. At 23 years-old he moved to London, unbeknown to his friends and family that this was to pursue a career in music.
Adopting the moniker ‘Romin,’ to keep his identity secret, he started to develop his unique sound. Romin’s production hones in on a distinctive cinematic style, cast in melancholy. He released his debut single My One in 2018, which has accumulated over 100k streams across all platforms. Following this success he then came through in 2019 with I Don’t Wanna.
Romin’s on-going struggle with insomnia and obsession of working from dusk to dawn bring to life the vision of his work which is “this is not the music for the daytime”.
Mark Gunner takes influences from Folk, Pop, R&B, Jazz, Rock and even House and blends them into a truly unique and enjoyable performance as an acoustic bass singer-songwriter. Using the styles of Tommy Emmanuel, Nic Jones and Jaco Pastorius like a tool kit, Mark is constantly honing his ideas and concepts to take the acoustic bass in a new direction, all for the sake of good music. After years of perfecting his brain-child, and with singles Now I'm Here and Sentimental Me now on Spotify, Mark now brings it to the world for the two greatest of reasons: for a laugh, and just to see what happens.