FRESH EVENT // Milly’s World @ The Monarch,Camden [20th July]
The stylish and sparse confines of The Monarch is set to play host to another Milly’s World next month on 20th July, and promises to be another versatile showcase transcending soul, rock ‘n’roll, rap and grime. Milly’s World is the brainchild of burgeoning presenter and NW1 native Milly Allen whose finely honed music showcases have quickly snowballed into one of the capital’s most diverse exhibitions of sought after melodies.
Headlining the forthcoming event is the suave and straightforward Sincere, whose collaborated with Wretch 32,Ghetts and G FRESH to name a few. He’s promised a set filled with a glut of new material and is definitely a name to watch out for in 2012.
Fresh off recently featuring on the cover of LIVE magazine, Polydor Records signing and Brummie Roxxxan is no lady of the night with her abrasive bars and gravelly tones to match the content. Comfortably staying afloat in a sea laden with male fish,she’s the prime catch for any experienced and novice anglers alike. With a bubblin mixtape primed for release shortly and the recent single ‘Tear’ featuring another star of ‘road rap’ in North London’s Benny Banks, this lass is sure to bring fire ‘alie’.
Brixton Boys The Thirst have been gigging hard on the scene for a while supporting the likes of The Rolling Stones (yes the band with the old geezers that pull young birds effortlessly) and The Sex Pistols. Expect a live mix of nostalgic 60’shallmarks tinged with refreshing nods to hip-hop and soul.
Whilst, Matt Henshaw and Sinead Harnett are hidden gems who make up the final acts of the showcase. The former is has been touted as an heir to Plan B’s Strickland Banks experiment and his voice encompasses dulcet tones which belie his tender age of 22. Whilst, the latter has been touted in between Jessie J and Katy B and her soaring covers of the woman on a mission have gained admirable responses following her A64 on SBTV.
It looks set to be banging night with DJ’S Layzee and RD7 keeping the vibe simmering till late. Rock up to the door and it’s £4. No more.