New Moon - A Night of New Music
GLUE MEN + Dead Ivy + Ronja Maltzahn + Sam Handy + Rosie Trentham
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. Free Camden Town Beer for the first 24 customers.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via firstname.lastname@example.org
Glue Men are a high energy gritty rock trio from south east London.
The band is fronted by bassist - James D R with Adam Rivers on guitar/vocals and Raph Nickman on drums.
The band have smashed through numerous nights at venues in London and the south through 2018/2019. They have two singles released (available on Spotify/ Amazon/ iTunes) with another one on the way early this year.
The band are primed to make some serious waves in 2020.
A new alternative-rock band from South-West London.
Worldpop from Germany.
Ronja takes the listener on a journey around the world. The intimacy of her crispy pop-voice gives you gooseflesh, her storytelling takes you through seven languages. Ronja plays cello, guitar, ukulele and piano and has the heart of a true traveler. Hungry for the world, hungry to gather inspiration from everywhere. A wild wolf with the soul of an everchanging butterfly. Ronja‘s music sounds acoustic pop with the hint of folky and jazzy vibes, she comes to London with her Argentinian Duo-Partner Fede (Bass, vocals, percussion).
Sam Handy is a singer-songwriter from England looking to bring the musical influences of his upbringing to life. With a background carved out of soulful American dance music and rock, Sam has established a blend of passionate vocals and expressive sounds to subtly create his own style.
Rosie Trentham is a singer songwriter, born in London in December 2003. Rosie has been performing as a singer and pianist at music venues since the age of 12 and in 2018 she reached the final of Open Mic UK. She has since released two solo EPS, "Glass Eye" and "Love and Other Shadows" which have reached number 25 and number 43 in the Itunes Singer songwriter charts respectively. Rosie writes and performs as a singer-pianist and her varied influences include Pop, Jazz, Folk and also Musical Theatre. This is Rosie's second visit to The Half Moon, and tonight she will be performing alongside classical cellist Simon Trentham, and jazz trumpeter Andre Canniere.