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BIMM Showcase Special + Brandon Rivers + Crystal River + Amy Louise Ellis + Ian Brown + Sol

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Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London

Gig Description

BRANDON RIVERS – uber pop RnB with a breathy emotive vocal not unlike a young George Michael … Brandon fuses trap, pop and alternative rnb to create a sassy, commercial style he calls ‘After Dark Pop’, And there’s certainly is a late night vibe to the music and ambience. Not surprisingly, already singled out as ‘one to watch’ by the BBC. CRYSTAL RIVER – Founded by drummer – Rhys Haines and frontman Sean Hickland, Crystal River is a band originating from London with no strict genre. With influences from Ocean Alley, Sticky Fingers and Oasis, Crystal River’s sound is unique. With their drummer incorporating the legendary playing style of John Bonham, their bassist providing melodic patterns stretched across the whole octave scale, their lead guitarist providing virtuosic guitar parts and their frontman binding it all together with his warm, thick vocal tone, this newly-formed band have a massive future ahead of them. With original tracks like ‘Aeroplane’ and ‘Summer’s Song’, they bring authenticity to the London music scene, captivating their audiences, one chord, one beat, and one riff at a time.  AMY LOUISE ELLIS – Amy Louise Ellis is a singer-songwriter currently based in Birmingham with a regular connection to London, coming September. Amy currently takes influence from Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande and Sigrid, combining pop with interesting, honest lyrics and melodic, catchy vocals. After releasing her debut single ‘How It Goes’, she had to take a year out of music to focus on her health. Now bouncing back, with her debut EP ‘No New Messages’ out now, Amy plans to pick up where she left off. IAN BROWN –  All the way from Scotland, Ian Brown steps away from his usual throne behind the drum kit to perform his debut solo performance. As a Music student studying BMus Drums at BIMM London he has a wide range of variety in whatever musical setting he gets into. His experience ranges from DJ’ing at Scotland’s most prestigious golf club, Gleneagles, to Being the Musical Director at his local Theatre Group.

Source: Dublin Castle website