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Woodburner & bookabeat join forces!
Styx, London.
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Starts: 7:30 PM

WOODBURNER and BOOKABEAT join forces for the 1st time to bring you an event full of fun, with great live acts from ROSCIUS, SAM AMANT and CHIMINYO. What a line up! Three very different styles, all full of energy, you’ll leave wanting for more…

There will also be food from ROTISHOP, Caribbean street food, a great OUTDOOR SPACE for you to enjoy the sunset, and we shall be fundraising with works from amazing creatives to raise money for Women4Women and Mental Health.

£5* Early Bird
£7* General Admission
£10* Entry with donation to mental health and W4W charities
Get your tickets here

Styx is only a 2 minute walk away from Tottenham Hale Station (Victoria Line and National Rail).
Address: 5 Ashley Rd, London N17 9LJ

The event finishes at 23:00 and so you’ll have plenty of time to catch your last train home for bed time!

Composing through improvisation, personal recording, live vocal sampling, bass looping, special percussion and piano skills, “scius creates a unique and absorbing soundscape, genuinely innovative and emotional, a mixture of acoustic and intelligent dance music, organic techno and ethnic deep house”

French born, London based underground composer, producer and live performer, Roscius has spent the last year building an enviable reputation, with the release of his debut eps WMD#1 and WMD#2, as well as successful tours in France, UK, Middle East and Asia.

Chiminyo creates revolutionary electronic dance music that has been blowing crowd’s minds across London. He uses live drumming skills to trigger samples, loops and textural sounds, resulting in a rhythmically rich, infectiously groovy and visually stimulating, live, one-man show.

Brilliant, bold and controversial one woman hurricane who is absolutely thrilling to see live. Rebellious in spirit, early punk in nature and artistic in her musical approach, Sam Amant hails from “fascist land” in South of France (Menton). Sam left the country in 2003 after a realisation that “being a black woman whose music is influenced by punk and post-rock could never integrate into the colonialist culture of France. This move proved fruitful, from her very first gig in the capital city London Sam says she felt that she, and so too her music, were understood.

Sam has performed at Madame Jojo’s, The Old Blue Last, The Factory in Manchester and Metropolis in Bristol, plus festivals in Belgium, Sweden, Portugal and Spain supporting artists like Roots Manuva, Boy George and Beardyman. .

Sam writes, plays and produces her own music, proving the style and stage persona are equally met with skill and ability.

*Booking fees apply