Sonic Daze + Darcey Beth + Marti Parramon
Sonic Daze are a fresh live hip-hop duo from West London.They are fronted by rapper Archie Elliot and singer Rosie Trentham, who both write and produce their work. Their set includes jazz inspired hip-hop originals accompanied with a live band . Rosie's soulful vocals blended with Archie's potent lyricism create an individualistic sound, that is energetic and introspective.
This is the last date of their 9 month residency.
Darcey Beth is an alt-pop singer songwriter and bassist based in South-East London. Her music takes inspiration from the likes of Fiona Apple, Amy Winehouse, Wolf Alice and Lana Del Rey. Darcey’s songwriting is a melting pot of distorted guitar tones and melodic vocal lines with honest and introspective lyrics. With support and radio play from BBC introducing and other local radio stations, Darcey independently released her most recent single ‘Red Wine in the Shower’ alongside a packed headline show Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s. Over the past six months she has also played bass for artists at local venues such as Heaven, The Jazz Club and The 100 Club as well as a UK tour supporting Sir Chloe with Eaves Wilder. She’s also played bass at various festivals including Secret Garden Party, Boardmasters, Green Man and Glastonbury’s Other Stage and BBC introducing stage.
Darcey’s comfort and joy to be on a stage is absolutely infectious and her catchy hooks and dreamy vocals are unavoidably captivating with a locked in groovy band playing alongside her she is not one to miss.
Marti Perramon is an 18 year old artist from South London, making music with the same emotive output as artists like Frank Ocean, Lewis Capaldi and The xx. Marti takes his broad musical taste and creates music ranging from heartfelt ballads all the way to electronic rhapsodies and sweet acoustic songs, all tied together through his emotive songwriting and delivery. He is currently in the middle of releasing his debut EP ‘conversations for dreamers‘ which will come out in November this year.
Notting Hill Arts Club