Date(s) - 05/05/2016
The Remedy Experience every first Thursday of the month the Music is Remedy family present some of our favourite artists round to give you a night of quality live music, great food and good vibes.
Sabira Jade has travelled the world and collaborated with many artists . An ethereal and soulful voice creating moments of beauty and songs full of poetry and magic.
Caleb Femi is a poet, English teacher and a member of the SXWKS collective. His works are often described as vivid and honest delivered with an essence of musicality. Lately, Caleb has won the Roundhouse Poetry Slam and exhibited three cross-arts shows: ‘Still Dreaming’ at the Edinburgh Fringe, ‘There Is A Place’ at the Camden People’s Theatre and ”DREALITY’ at the Bussey Building. Also, Caleb has led poetry workshops in schools in East and North London . As well as poetry, Caleb is a filmmaker with his inaugural documentary ‘What Did Love Taste Like In The 70s?’ released in August 2015. His follow up documentary ‘Heartbreak & Grime’ will be released in 2016
Mc Fontz aka Fontzerelli
Fontzerelli aka MC Fontz has been rocking Remedy events for sometime now. He has had many successes as a host opening up shows for So Solid Crew, Nas and the legendary Jump Off Nights. The release of his debut album Vibe last year saw great success and he has now dropped his latest project Dev X Huie. Hip Hop/Rap and lyricism of the highest order!
North London singer/songwriter Luv’Rell began singing as a small child but never took music seriously until 2013, when a once dead dream suddenly became her vision. Luv’Rell explains, “I always loved singing but I just didn’t have the confidence and belief to take it seriously”. But after some great persuasion from a close friend Luv’Rell took on the challenge of the music industry, and has since released an EP, singles, music videos, an online acoustic series and has regularly performed in and out of the capital. Luv’Rell is best recognised for her 90’s-inspired melodies, intricate harmonies and creative riffs. She explains, “My mum would play Slow-Jam tapes to help me get to sleep every nightand the voices really stuck with me, 90’s R&B shaped my musicality before I was even old enough to know what it was.”
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