Spotlight 2018 x Electric Harmony
24 Wednesday 24th January

Spotlight 2018 x Electric Harmony

Camden Assembly

49, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AN

Price: Free
Time: 19:00

SPOTLIGHT x Electric Harmony

Camden Assembly launches a month-long series of showcases known as SPOTLIGHT.
The series aims to put the ‘Spotlight’ on artists we believe are the ones to watch for 2018. We've also enlisted brands and curators to champion their own new talent, and we’ve teamed up with Ticketweb to provide free tickets to each show.
This is your chance to see these artists in an intimate setting before going on to greater things.

Only Girl
South London’s Only Girl returns with a fresh slice of ethereal R&B on new single ‘Stone’, her debut release on Lemon Records. Written & produced with long term collaborator JMAC, 'Stone' sees Only Girl stripped back to her purest R&B vocal, set over a bed of warm synths, birdsong & a haze of soulful harmonies. Speaking about the track, Only Girl explains “This song is about that moment when you let someone in, after resisting the feelings that are growing, and finally allow yourself to fall in love. I wrote this over the summer in my garden studio, where I get the most amazing birdsong, so I decided to capture some of this on the track to add to that euphoric, dreamy feeling of how I felt when I first fell in love with my husband and he totally broke down my heart of stone” ‘Stone’ follows Only Girl’s previous singles ‘Heights’ & ‘Fortune’, which were greatly supported on Spotify playlists including the renowned ‘New Music Friday UK’, as well as features with The Line of Best Fit, Mahogany, Radio 1 (Huw Stephens) & BBC London Introducing. To date she has also driven widespread acclaim across BBC 6 Music (Lauren Laverne), XFM (Tom Robinson, John Kennedy & Jo Good), BBC Radio 2, and online tastemakers including The Fader, Noisey, Red Bull, Clash, Wonderland, The 405 and DIY.

Harvey Causon
Calm and understated, Bristol’s Harvey Causon is not looking to blow you away with a wall of
sound. You’ll be blown away instead by his soft, glitching electronica, deft take on contemporary
R&B, and reeled by his rich vocals, that sound far more world wearied than his 19 years. With nods to other contemporary producers Jamie Isaac and James Blake, Harvey’s sound is pop
at heart; but his clever, minimal production, rich, heart stopping vocal and dulcet guitar tones set him apart.
After moving to Bristol last year, Harvey quickly released his ‘Introspect EP’, a collection of songs
that he had been sitting on for a while. Eclectic, but polished, the stand out song from the release,
‘Systems’ was given a remix from rising hip hop duo Cabrakid. This earned Harvey an appearance
at 'Cabra’s' support slot with Loyle Carner after the rapper heard the track.

Known for tracks that embark on cinematic journeys, Rozelle are the ones to watch.

Living together in the music hub of Bristol, the group connect through their curiosities and questions about the cosmos and today's social expectations. Their hunger for unravelling what is next leads to the creation of tracks that explore synth based textures, gritty guitars and punchy rhythms.

The group have been under the radar recently recording a library of studio tracks that they plan to release in 2018. Despite this, they have been self-releasing live recordings to give a taster of what is to come.

‘I wanna see, I wanna know’ is the latest live track to come from Rozelle this year. 'It’s a song that feels intimate and stadium-sized at the same time, and will swirl around your head for hours' - Bristol Live Magazine, 2017.

Curated by Electric Harmony

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