Fri Aug 3rd 2018
Substance presents
The Spice of Life
6 Moor Street Soho London WD1 5NA
Doors:6.00pm Admission:£6 in advance /£8 OTD

Indi Rose
Biog to be added

Experimental Rock - Saint Albans...

Matthew Loreti
Bill Griffin
Ian Davidson
Leon Parsons

Kiran and the Revival
Kiran and the Revival
Kiran and the Revival is newly formed three piece consisting of Kiran Evetts (Vocals, Guitar), Ewan Riddell (Bass) and Dan Harrington (Drums) with a refreshingly stripped back approach to Blues Rock. With each performance they revisit the roots of modern music with emotionally charged, dynamic playing and potent lyrical content.

Alice Auer
Alice Auer
Alice Auer is a vocalist persuing her dream of music in London. Working closely with musicians to produce original material in a Jazz, Soul and Pop style.

Alice began her musical studies after gaining a music scholarship to St Bede’s where she was tutored by composer and performer Andrew Barclay. She participated in a music exchange to USA to perform with the Sussex Youth Orchestra, New Jersey. Whilst studying at Bede’s, Alice also started performing in her first band, ‘Fred’s Tattoo’. Whilst in the band they competed successfully in Rock Competitions, held fundraising events and appeared at local rock festivals.

Alongside her studies Alice was also a member of a Performing Arts School - Mad Fish where she studied under talented vocalist and director Emma Burnett (formally a member of D’Oyly Carte). Whilst studying with Mad Fish Alice competed successfully with many wins at Musical Festivals as a soloist, duet and in groups. In her final years at Mad Fish Alice performed as Cosette in a sold out production of Les Miserables.

After school Alice gained an unconditional offer to the London College of Music to study Music Performance. She was immediately intrigued by the jazz course and the dedicated teaching style from Pete Cook, and decided to focus her performance attention to jazz. She began lessons with top UK jazz singer Iain Mackenzie, and found her suited performance styles and gained a vast repertoire selection. Throughout her time at the London College of Music Alice was given some amazing performance opportunities including performing with the jazz vocal ensemble as support for legendary saxophonist Courtney Pine.

Upon graduating Alice was given the most exciting opportunity so far in her career, a chance to perform at the Ealing Jazz Festival. She performed on the Main Stage along artists such as Roy Ayers, Yolanda Brown and Vasilis Xenopoulos. Alice is currently working on original material with her band and is excited to perform it and record her EP in the new year.

Lucy Warr
Lucy Warr
Lucy Warr is a London based but countryside born 24 year old singer-songwriter, with broad music influences ranging from Nina Simone, Jimi Hendrix, Regina Spektor to Bonobo… Her quirky style compliments the original sound which is being developed through an electronic vibe with heart felt lyrics and harmonies. She is currently working in the studio recording some of her tracks, in the process of recording some live music videos, writing and releasing new songs each week on YouTube and regularly gigging around London. Check out 'what's on' in the drop down menu for gig updates and follow her on social media for more!

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