Rising festival stars get the BBC showcase treatment in Hastings
A night of Midsummer mayhem comes to Hastings in the latest “Under the Radar” night at the Palace. Hosted by BBC Introducing The South, it’s a night of fresh up-and-coming artists who’ve been championed by the radio show, from Hastings and further afield in Sussex.
Brighton’s Mok, a six-piece fronted by the hyperactive powerhouse of vocalists Gracey and Lee, have played two amazing BBC Introducing The South live sessions, and are fresh from a ferocious packed gig at the Great Escape Festival, and getting set for an appearance at Blissfields in July. They’ll be bringing a wild set of rap, beats and filthy electronics to the Palace for their Hastings debut – unmissable!
MOK’s “The House VP” (that’s a video EP, by the way!) sets out a taster of what you can expect from them live
Also from Brighton, Sabrina Gunston recently played a knockout session on BBC Introducing The South, and she’s bringing her her sultry and soulful voice accompanied by some mean electronics and beats to The Palace. She’s launching her debut EP in July and this will be her debut appearance in Hastings.
Sabrina Gunston’s track “Still Waters” performed live on BBC Introducing the South recently
Hastings’ Alibi have appeared consistently on BBC Introducing The South including a roaring live session earlier this year. Their track “Space, Man” was tipped recently by the programme to BBC Radio 1 where it was played on the Huw Stephens’ show. This is a full band setup from Alibi so expect pure high-octane fun!
Space, Man from Alibi’s live BBC Introducing session
This will be the last in the Spring run of “Under the Radar”, returning for an Autumn season.
Entry is £3 advance + booking fee, or £4 on the door.
Accompanied children age 13+ are welcome.
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