Tuesday 3rd November, 2015
Mercury Bar, Metropolis Studios. W4 1SY
rumHoney // K-Syran // Natalie Shay // Ivan Proctor take to the stage at the Metropolis Sessions.
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The Line Up
The music of rumHoney is a celebration of their roots. The sound is blues-based on the twin guitar attack of the great rock ‘n roll bands, such as Aerosmith, The Black Crowes, and The Rolling Stones – the same bands they grew up listening to and treasuring as rumHoney younglings. After some years working together rumHoney have developed their own sound and direction and have financed and produced their own music with no external assistance or influence.
Norwegian born K-Syran is a singer-songwriter who has received acclaim for her acting achievements on stage and screen, including ‘Voyage in the Dark’ at The Young Vic. However, her tender vocals always got her noticed and singing in each of her productions. With a professional drummer as a father, she was deeply inspired by music from a very young age. A fusion of Classical, pop, rock, jazz and techno influences together to create her distinctly unique sound. K-Syran nurtured her voice as lead vocalist for a number of groups, but it is as a solo artist that she is enjoying the greatest success.
Natalie Shay: 16 year old multi award winning singer/songwriter and BRIT School student, is no stranger to playing venues across London. Including, The Roundhouse, The 100 club, Half Moon Putney, The Bedford, The12 Bar Club, Hyde Park and Hard Rock Calling at the Olympic Park. Natalie has shared the stage with acts as diverse as Soul II Soul and Hudson Taylor. She is a three time finalist and two time winner of the Mayor of London Gigs: Big Busk competition. The winner, of Open Mic UK. The winner of the guardian Future8 2014 Music Award. And the winner of the London Music Award for Best Undiscovered Talent.
Ivan is studying Songwriting at ACM and was recently awarded a full scholarship by BASCA. This was a considerable achievement, not only because of the prestigious nature of the awarding body, but because the competition was fierce.