On March 17th, North London’s Roundhouse will be home to Roundhouse Rising – a four day music festival event aiming to celebrate the best new music and upcoming artists with not only shows from the likes of The Magic Gang, Black Honey, INHEAVEN and Hannah Lou Clark, but also various workshops and music industry panel discussions.
Just some of the events taking place in London’s former Victorian railway building between Thursday the 17th and Sunday the 20th are:
DIY Magazine presents – The Magic Gang, Inheaven, Gillbanks @ Sackler Space 7pm | £8
Rising Sounds Album Launch – Rive, Phoebe Gold, Tom Vevers, Idiki @ Sackler Space 7pm | £5
Getting Ahead In Music – Day of panel Q&A’s, workshops, talks, and more | Free Entry
So whether it’s getting your foot in the door of the music industry, learning the basics of press packs or DIY marketing, learning a new instrument, finding your new favourite band, tightening up your band’s demo with expert help, or just immersing in the UK’s foremost up and coming music, 2016’s Roundhouse Rising caters for all.
We chatted to Kuenta I Tambu, who are playing alongside Auclair, Roundhouse Choir, and Nouria Bah on Sunday 20th March: read here.