Lucy Lu's low-slung rhythm channels the energy and musicianship of the likes of Andre 3000 and Pharrell. Having cut his teeth on the capital's new-wave jazz scene, as well as playing lead guitar in Puma Blue and bass with Nilufer Yanya as part of their world-touring live bands, Luke has perfected his sound surrounded by the best in the business. Lu says, "their brand of pop is very musical, with a lot of character. I feel like they have a wink, a wry side to their music-making. I'm definitely very influenced by that - not taking yourself too seriously, but taking the music itself seriously."
Hailing from South London, Nigerian-born singer-songwriter and producer, Tracy Sada is making waves of her own, having performed at the likes of Jazz Cafe, O2 Academy Islington and Bush Theatre. Her sound is distinct for her soulful voice with an interplay between electronic nuances and live jazz instrumentation. After four years of working as a fashion stylist, she chose to pursue her real dream of making music. She is heavily influenced by various genres and artists including Erykah Badu (who she penned an ode to on her Bandcamp), Radiohead and afro-fusion/jazz legend, Lagbaja. Her latest single, Shake It Up, is a soul infused and electronic track, co produced by Junior XL that will have you giggling on the dance floor. She is currently working on her debut EP, writing songs about love, childhood and growing up as an immigrant in her now gentrified city.
Supports come from Tracy Sada and Kyanos.
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