The F Word & Friends supports women in music in Camden Town.
The F Word, a platform dedicated to promoting gender equality in the music industry, is bringing a powerful line-up of emerging female artists to the Roundhouse as part of their Rising Presents series of new music. This gig is one of 100 events aiming at raising £100,000 to support grassroots music venues in association with Fightback, the public fundraising arm of the UK registered charity Music Venue Trust. Gal Pals headline the event with their famous queer dance party, playing the best in female-led anthems. Originating from Brighton and hosting regular nights in Dalston’s Birthdays venue, Gal Pals create intentional spaces for women, LGBTQI+ and non-binary people to address the lack of queer club nights for women.
MC and lyricist Shunaji will be opening the show with her abstract hip hop, trip hop, lo-fi and synthwave
beats, followed by the jazz infused R n B vibes of S A D I E.
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Inspired by the likes of Aretha Franklin and Billie Holiday, S A D I E aims to capture a true female perspective on current sociopolitical debates on identity and relationships through her music. Rebecca Garton, recently co-signed by godfather of Grime, Wiley, will also be taking to the stage armed with a new EP of songs that span Afrobeat, R&B and pop influences!
Get there on Thursday 25 October, Doors 7pm £10/£12.50 on the door.