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Monday, November 27th, 2017
7:00 PM
A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...

Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm.

Chris Mossop

Chris is a Scottish singer/songwriter you will want to hear again and again. He has one of those distinct voices that fully engages the audience and his tone is heartfelt and surprisingly disarming. He was recently a finalist at the ‘Billy Kelly’ Songwriters award in Glasgow and has played at some of the UK’s most prestigious venues/events such as ‘The Borderline’, ‘Glasgow Royal Concert hall’’ and the ‘The Edinburgh Fringe festival’. “Definitely one to watch” - Forth One Radio.

Ren

Inspired by some of the very best folk and alt folk musicians of recent times – John Martyn, Dick Gaughan, James Taylor, The Staves and Foy Vance – singer-songwriter, Ren gives us his own brand of contemporary alt folk. ? Ren’s yearning for exploration has led to years of traveling and living out of his beloved van, Penelope Sunshine. Ren and Pen have spent significant amounts of time living in France, Ireland and Holland and a lot of his early offerings reflect on these adventures.

Tracks from Ren's debut E.P 'A Calling From The Shore' have been played on over 20 radio stations nationwide including plays on BBC 6music. 'Some songwriters don't just sing. They bleed their words.' - Ray Jones - Time Out

Dan Crossley

Following his critically-acclaimed debut release ‘Feel’ in late February - featured on THE LINE OF BEST FIT and MUSIC WEEK amongst others - 21 year-old singer songwriter Dan Crossley grew up in suburban Telford, beginning to write songs as a young teenager - his lyrics reflecting his emotions and struggles throughout his childhood.

Needing an escape route from suburban life, Dan moved to London when he was 17 to pursue his music career full time. It seemed to have paid off, with his gossamer vocal quickly recognised and Dan being asked to perform at some of the most prestigious music venues in London including The Royal Albert Hall and the O2.

Rebecca Dancer

The singer-songwriter played shows around London for two years before suffering a vocal injury which prevented her from performing for the following two years. Rebecca has just recorded an EP, ‘Here in Space, which is due for release this Autumn. Rebecca’s songs are truthful, personal, and lyrical and she returns after her time away with new material, a fantastic band around her, and exciting new possibilities opening up.

Offbeat Odyssey

The city of Brighton has always been renowned for it's vibrancy, creativity and desire for live music. Offbeat Odyssey comes out of this scene captivating audiences with their irresistible grooves and ear tendering melodies. With influences from all over the genre spectrum including Reggae, Rock & Psychedelia Offbeat Odyssey are a band bringing you a fresh taste of new music!

If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via music@halfmoon.co.uk