1883 Magazine

 

1883 Magazine, the UK’s coolest independent magazine shall be taking over Cargo for a day and night of live music, film and art. Bringing a chilled out festival vibe to the famed East London venue, there will be a huge music showcase of the best new bands, singers and DJs taking to the stage plus, delicious food grilling on the BBQ.... oh and did we mention super cheap drinks?

So mark it in your diary and join us for this, our very first outing for the monthly 1883 Sunday Sessions.

MUSIC 


All day live music courtesy of the hottest emerging bands.

 

 

Back from touring with Ben Howard, British quartet Will and the People took Europe by storm with their unique blend of house, rock and reggae. Indecently infectious, they’re guaranteed to make you want to dance to their ska infused feel good tunes.





Soaring indie two-piece, Stray Dogs have gained acclaim for a handful of infectious tracks uploaded on the internet.  On the brink of hitting the big time have your limbs shook and ears tickled by their unique and insatiably likeable beat-driven melodies.

 

 

Gaining notoriety for her blistering vocals and onstage swagger FOE screams effortlessly cool 90s grunge. Channelling PJ Harvey in a rare acoustic set catch the wig-wearing ex-witch perform a melee of tracks from her blistering debut album Bad Dream Hotline.




With a rich majesty and depth to their sound, Cave Painting are as captivating as new music comes. With half the band hailing from Brighton and the other half from up North, the progressive five-piece will descend upon our first ever Sunday session with their trademark ethereal and escapist sounds.

 

With her smokey tones and guitar on hand Gina has quickly become established on London’s live music circuit. She’s a young and fresh singer-songwriter developing a unique pop/folk sound but sticking to her south african roots.

 

Singer-songwriter Max Pahlsson is one of those rare artists whose soulful vocals sound incredible with acoustic guitars alone, however he is now in the studio putting his final touches on a new, funky sound which he is developing. Max is now performing on the buzzing London gig circuit, playing five nights a week around Camden, Shoreditch, Brixton and Kilburn.

 

So mark it in your diary and join us for this, our very first outing for the monthly 1883 Sunday Sessions.

 

CARGO
83 Rivington Street
Shoreditch
London
EC2A 3AY

All day live music courtesy of the hottest emerging bands and DJs
Very special guests soon to be announced
Cuban BBQ

Admission:
£10 Early Bird tickets
£15 On the door.

 

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