Thu, 19 Oct|
ALT Women Paradise
ALT WOMEN PARADISE team up with the wonderful venue LOVESHACK for a night of incredible music
Time & Location
19 Oct 2023, 19:30 – 23:30
London, Arch 298, 299 Cambridge Heath Rd, Cambridge Heath, London E2 9HA, UK
About the event
Alt Women Paradise was created as a night for women in alternative pop music to come together and showcase their talents. We have an amazing line-up of women in music. We will be at the LOVESHACK in east London, where they have a gorgeous menu of vegan food, drink and cocktails. We will be in the Bunker space.
ALICE JAYNE -
“Atmospheric and immersive sound that packs a really unique edge” CLOUT.
London based electro-pop singer/songwriter Alice Jayne leads her vision from having to push through modern life whilst facing trauma head on. Disabled artist Alice Jayne found song writing her crux after her diagnosis of MS in 2021. She is here to show you that freedom is your birth right and to remind people that “there is always light within the dark”
Her influences are vast; coming from an old school soul/blues and Rockabilly background, with influences from current artists such as BANKS, Blouse, Tove Lo and CHVRCHES her sound packs a vibrant unique twist and is sure to only grow.
“In the case of ‘The High Priestess’ – the bucolic and choral sound that she builds with her vocal harmonies, evidence of how good her voice is” MESMERISED
KAT KIKTA -
Kat Kikta is a multi-dimensional artist, singer, and songwriter. Her creativity straddles music, film, and sound art. Through her use of organically found & electronic beats, her own field recordings, and multi-layered vocals, she creates pop songs- pervaded with cinematic and ambient intentions.
Meet London-based pop singer-songwriter Pixia. With a distinct style that has been described as ‘compellingly intriguing’ and with the ability to leave you ‘starstruck’, Pixia’s musical journey began with the release of her debut EP ‘Morphia’. Inspired by 80s electro-pop and dark wave, Pixia has been singing and writing lyrics since childhood. She grew up performing on local and national stages, both for musical theatre productions and UK talent competitions, before discovering her own sense of artistry. Pixia’s deeply poetic songwriting style is reminiscent of her love for literature and storytelling.
Pixia is currently studying at music school and working on a string of new projects, including the release of her second EP.
SARAH ROSE -
Sarah Rose has worked predominantly as a pianist and musical director, with many of London’s top drag and cabaret performers. In 2021 she plucked up the courage to go it alone as a singer-songwriter, releasing (and co-producing) her debut EP, Beautiful Ruins. She made her live solo debut at London's Phoenix Arts Club, a venue close to her heart where you can catch her every week as pianist for the Saturday Supershows. 2023 has seen Sarah Rose release three singles, the latest being Sparkle Away, with a fourth to come in November and exciting plans for 2024.
SO SHA -
SO SHA is a Norwich-based neurodivergent artist, performer, writer and producer from the Philippines (who loves pigeons!). She has performed alongside Grammy-award winning artists such as Steve Aoki and Joss Stone, done events hosted by Louis Theroux and the Queen of England and in venues such as EartH Hackney, Fabric London, Ministry of Sound to having performed in coliseums in front of 25,000+ audience, and formerly a world-champion in Ice Skating representing her country, moving to London from Singapore in 2017 to study.
This is a story of a girl finding her worth and self-love despite being hidden as a child by her conservative parents and only reluctantly admitting to her existence to others when she was 19. This catapulted her into constantly searching for ways to be truly seen - including being the top nightlife/festival promoter in Manila and being the only female co-owner of a nightclub at the age of 24. She is now working on weaving together her experiences from both worlds, including creating multi-genre electronic music in English and Filipino. She has been supported by BBC Sounds, Foundation FM, Reprezent Radio, British Council, Unlimited, Drake Music, and Arts Council England.
SO SHA's songs are a hopeful reminder for us that ultimately we're all in this beautiful life together, floating about in outerspace - we might as well dance and sing while we're here. She prides herself on her alcohol-free stance on life and she hopes that in her music, you'll find that you belong.
We have a range of price plans from general admission, disability and low income (please bring evidence on the night), and to those who can support by paying a bit extra. A lot goes into these shows and you're definitely getting bang for your buck so by paying a bit more we can keep on making incredible nights for you wonderful people.
Doors open at 7:30pm
We can't wait to see you there this is going to be one hell of a show