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Majik and FLAWES: New Talent in London

Londoners are spoilt for choice this summer when it comes to music. Independent brewers Estrella Galicia and multimedia brand 1883 have joined forces again for a new club night at Cargo on 20th July for a cracking gig with fresh talent Majik, FLAWES, Only Girl, and Sonia Stein.

Londoners are spoilt for choice this summer when it comes to music. Independent brewers  Estrella Galicia and multimedia brand 1883 have joined forces again for a new club night at Cargo on 20th July for a cracking gig with fresh talent Majik, FLAWES, Only Girl, and Sonia Stein.

London’s very own Majik has been dominating Soundcloud with their own brand of atmosphere and broken beats; FLAWES have been showcased on R1 and have released a second EP ‘CTRL’; Only Girl (AKA Ellen Murphy) continues to hone her understated pop infused with R&B, whilst Sonia Stein channels her Joni Mitchell vibe with only a piano.

This is the 2nd gig in a series of 6, which sees Son Estrella Galicia and 1883 Magazine collaborate for their bespoke music sessions promoting the hottest new talent. SEEN is praying for good aircon! Get tickets from TicketWeb.co.uk for £7 in advance, or £9 on the door.

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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