New Moon - A Night of New Music
Shane Crossley + Man About a Dog + Theo Adler + Katherine Nora
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
Shane Crossley 26 year old singer-songwriter, guitarist and dancer. I was born and raised in Croydon south London. I Grew up listening to country and western and 70s and 80s funk. When I was a teenager I became infatuated with 50s rock and roll, rockabilly and blues. I also gained a love for 80s metal. I’ve been performing in high school talent shows and open mics in Croydon on and off since then. I began writing songs on the guitar when I was 18.
‘Man About a Dog’ are a Rock Band from West London, formed in 2022. Their anthemic sound consists of catchy guitar hooks, big choruses, belting vocals and punchy basslines. Often compared to the likes of Kings Of Leon, U2, The Killers, The Cult. Members include George Charlton (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Simeon Harris-Charlton (Backing Vocals/Guitar), Leon Harris-Charlton (Drums) and Jake Porter (Bass Guitar).
Theo Adler is a singer/songwriter born in London.
He began playing piano and guitar at the age of five and later started writing songs after hearing Ben Folds Five’s “Whatever And Ever Amen.”
Inspired by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Gorillaz, Jungle and Radiohead, Theo weaves his own spin into the songs and recordings he makes.
In 2019, Theo started collaborating with Luke Potashnick (lukepotashnick.com) at his new studio, The Wool Hall in Somerset – previously occupied by Tears for Fears and Van Morrison, The Wool Hall has also seen the likes of The Smiths, Joni Mitchell, The Rolling Stones and Paul Weller passing through.
Luke Says – “I remember first hearing Theo and immediately understanding and identifying where he’s coming from… Theo’s talent and what he brings to his recordings are truly unique in this day and age. They reminded me of the early Beck and Kinks records at the same time… As we continue to make records together, Theo’s writing goes from strength to strength… I couldn’t be more excited and into what he is doing.”
Debuted by BBC Introducing, and hailed by CLOUT magazine as “...an artist whose sound has the quiet power to transfix and captivate you…” Katherine Nora is the soundtrack to your main character moments in the wilderness. Part of a London-based community of emerging artists, Katherine has performed alongside award-winning songwriter Frank Turner and at venues such as Ronnie Scott’s and Subterania with her band. Late last year, she was invited to join the acclaimed Song Suffragettes at their sophomore London show, and her debut single ‘Bloom’ was recently recognised by acclaimed songwriter/producer Jake Gosling in his playlist curated for Hotel Chocolat. All that said, it was returning to her roots in the Oxfordshire countryside that helped her find her voice as an artist, which explains the quiet nod to nature that is emerging through her recent releases. That nod to nature is now finding its place in Katherine’s live show, whether stripped back and intimate or as a full band, Katherine has started to incorporate the nature samples and ethereal production elements you hear in her recent releases into her live performances, bringing the audience an atmospheric and immersive live experience.