Half Moon presents:

New Moon: New Music Bank Holiday Monday All Dayer Special

City Lake + The Rhodes + The Zeratones + Fletcher Clift + Josh Easton-Berry + MYKE + Pixia + Rory McNeill + Miranda Joy + Sam Wilkinson

Half Moon - Putney, London

£2.50 Adv / Door
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
General Admission (e-ticket)
$3.46 + $0.69 s/c

A special bank holiday 'all dayer' event 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 2:30pm.

If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via music@halfmoon.co.uk

Line Up

Ever since City Lake released their debut single ‘Let It Out’ (recorded in Metropolis Studios London), they have been cranking out infectious Indie Rock hits that they are sharing with the world. Forming in 2021, they have taken the UK by storm, whilst performing in venues and festivals such as the Half Moon and Carfest last year. Straight off the back on their tour of festivals last summer, playing with the likes of Top Loader and Sophie Ellis-Bexter, plus many others, they set out to release a debut Album for the summer of 2024.

City Lake have the uncommon ability to turn heads and create music people are interested in and here for. The texture of the song writing, and the shear level of musicianship has created a gravity around them strong enough to pull in anyone who truly cares about music.

Arising from Plymouth, The Rhodes are a 4-piece alt/rock outfit that are eager to build their prominence within the British music scene.

To date, they have had enormous success in connecting with their loyal fanbase and are currently packing a punch with live performances on every stage they play on. Their ever-increasing catalogue of originally composed material is gaining traction and has recently seen an upturn in popularity across all main streaming platforms.

Having recently recorded at the infamous Sawmills Studio in Cornwall with John Cornfield at the helm, it is obvious to hear that they have a professional approach to their distinctive sound and characteristic guitar accents.

Exciting times are never far away with these guys and with every new release they make, they will flourish and will keep going from strength to strength.

The Zeratones are a five piece with bags of charisma, big energy and even bigger tunes. These working class lads are based in Plymouth but made for more than just staying put. With material recorded at the prestigious Cube Studios, the historic Sawmills studio and a handful of Sound Factory Live events to perform, The Zeratones have started off the year with a bang. 2024 will see The Zeratones, begin their emphatic journey into the music industry, where their infectious enthusiasm and new releases will shed light on their talent and unique style.

Born and raised in Plymouth, Fletcher Clift is a new artist on the scene, having played live forthe first time September 2023. His debut single ‘Bullet Train’ being released on Friday 24thMay, having recorded with the legendary John Cornfield, is a sign of things to come with 2 more singles expected by the end of the year. A set consisting of songs with inspiration from The La’s all the way to Foals, Fletch is an artist with a big future ahead, all being demonstrated on his May tour, supporting The Rhodes and The Zeratones.

Joshua Easton-Berry also known under the stage name Baby Blue, is a London based singer/songwriter from South Arica. He has been making music in bands since 2013. Baby blue is a new solo project which blends Indie Rock and alternative pop. He has a single coming out at the end of May called “Silhouette”.

MYKE is a multi-talented artist renowned as a guitarist, singer, and producer. Rooted in a formal education from Berklee College of Music, Myke has not only mastered the technical aspects of their craft but has also brought a unique blend of soul, jazz, and R&B to the forefront of their musical identity. The extensive journey of Myke has seen them grace stages across the United States, leaving an indelible mark on audiences with their dynamic performances. Notable collaborations include working with Beyoncé's all-female band, contributing to the magic of acclaimed projects, and partnering with the esteemed Philip Lassiter, known for his association with the legendary Prince and Anderson Paak. As a guitarist, singer, and producer, Myke seamlessly navigates through genres, creating a sonic landscape that is as versatile as it is captivating. Myke continues to push boundaries in the realms of soul, jazz, and R&B, captivating listeners and leaving an enduring impact on the music industry.

Meet London-based pop singer-songwriter Pixia. With a distinct style that has been described as ‘compellingly intriguing’ and with the ability to leave you ‘starstruck’, Pixia’s musical journey began with the release of her debut EP ‘Morphia’. This was quickly followed up with her alluring dark-pop single ‘If I’m On Your Mind’, which has received critical acclaim from outlets such as BBC Introducing, Great British Radio and A&R Factory. Inspired by 80s electro-pop and dark wave, Pixia has been singing and writing lyrics since childhood. She grew up performing on local and national stages, both for musical theatre productions and UK talent competitions, before discovering her own sense of artistry. Pixia’s deeply poetic songwriting style is reminiscent of her love for literature and storytelling. Combined with her ethereal vocals and electronic soundscapes, Pixia’s sound is both captivating and unique. Pixia’s ideas begin as a recording on her laptop, with lyrics hand-written from her bedroom. She is currently working on a string of new projects, including the release of her second EP. She continues to perform live at venues around London, as well as studying at music school. Find Pixia on Instagram (@pixiamusic and @rxseperfume) for regular music updates, as well as beauty and fashion content.

Rory is a baritone jazz singer with a soft spot for the Great American Songbook. His original music pays homage to that classic style while finding a fresh sound, through sentimental vocals and lyrical storytelling. He is writing his first album and can’t wait to share new material around London.

Miranda Joy is a UK based singer-songwriter. Performing predominantly on the London scene since her teens, she’s played at a variety of venues, festivals and events such as O2 Academy Islington, 93 Feet East, Camden Assembly, The Jago, Great Escape Festival, Rye Jazz and Blues Festival, Nasty Women UK and many, many more.

Alongside performing, she writes music and collaborates with other artists. She co-wrote a single for Soul Artist, Carmy Love ('I Just Came to Dance') which has received high acclaim including multiple plays on Craig Charles's show on BBC Radio Two. She’s also supported bands on tours and shows such as Xylaroo and The Little Unsaid and featured backing vocals on Peter Beatty’s upcoming album ‘Different Flowers’.

Miranda is currently working on her next releases and continues to perform live, often with her all female band. Her fourth single 'Wasting My Time' came out on 19th January, already receiving traction including a first play on BBC Introducing.

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