Lördag 3 december 2011 — Torsdag 22 december 2011
Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX, United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 (0)20 8463 2700
We're very excited to announce several more of the 100+ acts from a multitude of genres playing at December Sessions! Check out the 7 awesome acts below:
Paul Weller and Mojo favourites, garage rock act The Draytones - Playing 18th December.
Reformed juvenile prisoner turned up-and-coming rapper Twizzle - Playing 20th December.
South London urban outfit Flash Fiktion championed by Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw - Playing 17th December.
Urban–influenced indie punk outfit White Powder Gold - Playing 13th December.
Electroacoustic rock chick and Warner Chappel Publishing–signing Olivia Sebastianelli - Playing 20th December.
Hard Rock Calling headliners Four Dead in Ohio - Playing 16th December.
NME–tipped Britpop revivalists Sulk - Playing 7th December.
Acts already announced to play included: Nikki Garnett, hailing from Manchester and described as a Winehouse meets Lily Allen; The Sea and I, (Hoosiers frontman) Irwin Sparkes’ new project; London based trio Belakiss (whose bassist Tatia is Ringo Starr’s granddaughter); Treetop Flyers, who recently won the Glastonbury Emerging Talent competition; Son Of Jack who are fresh from touring and recording with Chrissie Hynde; Lawson, who are currently on tour with Will Young and Missing Andy, who as well as having two top 40 hits under their belt, were runners up on last year’s Sky 1’s talent show Must Be The Music.
December Sessions has teamed up with Music Radar and Last.fm, who each have their own programmed night during December to showcase the pick of their most popular bands. Last.fm Presents is coming to the O2 on 14th December where they will be curating a line up based on acts racing up their Hype Charts, the fastest rising artists in the UK today. MusicRadar are hosting a night on the 12th December and have worked with their partners at Live and Unsigned to select the best bands from this year's competition. The December Sessions is a great showcase for new talent and the MusicRadar night will see performances from five exciting new acts.