Admissions is a weekly event curated to support and uplift emerging, underground and even student musicians. With free entry for students and cheap deals it's
Admissions is a weekly event curated to support and uplift emerging, underground and even student musicians. With free entry for students and cheap deals it’s a great spot to network with various people as well as showcase any current projects you’re working on.
Fox & Firkin is located in the heart of Lewisham and is a home for live underground music, bringing a stellar cast of live acts, with an eclectic variety of sounds. Punk, rave, reggae, ska, swing, bedroom pop and everything in between.
LAST LIVING CANNIBAL
Last Living Cannibal is the project of songwriter and producer Allister Kellaway. It began in late 2019 as a small side project with a few songs written on guitar and drum machine, eventually morphing into a full-time endeavour once lockdown came into effect in 2020. What resulted was the release “7 Years” in March 2021, an album about the struggle between optimism and melancholy and coming to terms with the subtle loss of innocence in early adulthood.
Oscar Roche, 20, is a singer and songwriter from Kent. Inspired by artists of past such as Simon and Garfunkel, John Martyn and George Harrison, to present day the likes of Flyte, Nick Mulvey and Juno Dream, Oscar Roche’s music can borrow from any and all of the above at once. With wide reaching vocals and harmonies underpinning the majority of his work, expect warm songs with warmer harmony, provided by one or two other musicians that help to bring his songs to life in the live context.
Alien Chicks are an alternative punk power trio based in Brixton. Their original songs are a surrealist storytelling of modern Britain, packing a punch with social commentary and emotive chord progressions, punctuated with powerful rhythms and eclectic time signatures. Their youthful charisma and humour make for a fiery and energetic live show that you won’t forget.
Birthed during lockdown and now let loose, Headboy – a north London based band – made their debut at The Windmill in May as part of the Doc Martens Come Back Better initiative. The trio have continued making waves with a sound that’s shoegazer-come-grunge plus a dash of punky angst.
Free entry with a valid student ID
£3 tickets otherwise
A drink and a pizza for £10 (vegan option available)
If you’d like to perform at a future Admissions event please email email@example.com with your EPK.
(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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