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Pivotal Music Conference Showcase Feat. HARRY JORDAN + NONSUCH + SPEAK, BROTHER + NATALIE HOLMES + HUNGER MOON

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Date:
14 September
Time:
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Ages 18+

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Pivotal Music Conference Showcase Feat.
HARRY JORDAN + NONSUCH + SPEAK, BROTHER + NATALIE HOLMES + HUNGER MOON

Hot off the back of the development of the Birmingham Tribes networking evenings, the work of the Birmingham Music Coalition and the Birmingham Music Awards, September 14th 2018 will play host to PIVOTAL the first music industry conference in Birmingham.
Featuring panellists from companies such as Sentric Music, Songwall, AWAL, Resonate COOP, WARM and ROTOR Videos and topics to be covered including Streaming and it’s Licensing, Mastering, PR, Hit Song to Hit Record and the New Technologies you can use.
The evening will also feature set of showcases curated across the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham playing host to a horde of genres.
Conference tickets are available HERE

At just 26 years old, Harry Jordan has made her mark on the Rock n Roll scene, creating a new brand of decadent Rockabilly, which has earnt her the coveted title of BBC Introducing Artist Of The Week, noted as ‘The Best of Boomtown’ on the Steve Lamacq show and earning praise from the original Queen of Rockabilly ‘Wanda Jackson.
Similar reactions have been garnered by everyone hearing her recordings or witnessing her live performances along with her band of pirates. Comprising Toby Smith, Tommy Greaves, Kris Hill and Michelle Dawes. Very much an artist of 2018, but with an image harking naturally back to the classic days of fifties calendar glamour, their sound is a force of nature, a radio-friendly barrage of good times and primal energy, with tales of Hellfire, bad women and the equally bad men that are their eternal opposites.
The aptly named ‘Devils Been Keeping My Seat Warm’ will be Harry’s second single release of 2018, and promises to deliver everything her 15,000 strong army of fans have come to expect. From tribal drums, sleazy guitar riffs and a stomping bass line this latest offering will prove Harry Jordan is still well and truly leading the Rock n Roll pack.
‘Devils Been Keeping My Seat Warm’ will be available from 14th September on all major digital music services.
Harry Jordan Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter
Watch the video to ‘Wild Wild West’ here:

 

Plus support from NONSUCH
Writing, exploring, doing everything a band should be doing. Bringing the storm to a venues, experimenting with our sounds.
Nonsuch Links: Facebook | Twitter
Watch the video ‘Time Waster’ below:

 

Vulnerable, honest, ethereal: this is the music of Speak, Brother.
Boasting a powerful indie-folk-rock sound with subtle hymnal and gospel tones, their story based anthems have drawn comparisons to the likes of Of Monsters and Men, Kodaline and Fleet Foxes.
After successful tours with the likes of Julien Barbagallo (Tame Impala), the band stamped their mark on the scene with their crowdfunded Album “Young & Brave” in April 2018. The Album recorded with Gavin Monaghan (The Sherlocks) achieved multiple plays on BBC Radio 2 and became BBC Georgey’s artist of the week with a sound to have been “designed to swell the emotions and arrest the heart” (Listen with Monger).
The band are coming back to Birmingham with a new single and a UK headline tour in November 2018.
Speak, Brother Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify
Watch the official music video for ‘ Magnesium Burn’ below:

 

Bristol-based singer/songwriter Natalie Holmes writes lilting, haunting and yet somehow invigorating pop, with honey-toned vocals and an incredible depth to every song.
An independent artist building her fan base entirely from scratch, she kick-started her musical career by uploading songs and now has over a million hits on YouTube, thousands of subscribers and a loyal following on social media. Although just into her twenties, Natalie has clocked up four successful EP’s: The Simplest Things, Child, Over & Out and her last release, Calm Places, all of which featured in the iTunes Top 10 Singer/Songwriter Charts and earn’t her spots at Isle of Wight Festival, 2000 Trees, Dot to Dot and support slots with Gabrielle Aplin, Lewis Watson and Sam Brookes.
The next single from Natalie Holmes, “Hideout”, is due out on the 29th June through AWAL and will be available on all major platforms.
Natalie Holmes Links: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out the video to ‘Hideout’ here:

Formed during the winter of 2017 in the heart of Birmingham’s warehouse and creative quarter, cinematic indie pop duo Hunger Moon are vocalist Natalie Jenkins and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist James Attwood.
They have wasted no time establishing themselves as ones to watch, having received coverage from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, It’s All Indie and shared stages with the likes of Adam French, Joseph J Jones and Joe Dolman. Hunger Moon were handpicked by Rough Trade Records to appear at this year’s Y Not Festival alongside appearances at Lunar Festival and 110 Above Festival.
“We suspect that we are going to hear a lot more of Hunger Moon, they are enchanting and fresh.” – BBC Introducing West Midlands
“Eerily beautiful” – Born Music Online
Hunger Moon Links: Twitter | Facebook
Listen to the bands debut single ‘Oh Friend’ here: