We are extremely exited to reveal winners of Lambeth Music Service competition, judged by Brownswood Recordings and Gilles Peterson! Competition was opened to local artists where the winners get to perform on the main stage of Field Day 2018!
The Lambeth Music Service, supports, schools, children and young people, families with music education. Their mission is simple, “That everyone has the right to high quality and meaningful musical experiences” This includes learning instruments, performing, composing, creating, participating and developing lifelong skills for training and employment.
Lead tutor for events, performance and partnerships, Oliver Bayley has been working in the music industry for over 25 years as a musician, deejay and producer. “I’ve always been a huge supporter of new music and having the chance to work with young emerging artists in the Lambeth Sounds network is hugely exciting.”
Organisations such as Tomorrow’s Warriors, Kinetika Bloco, Soothsayers, Raw Material, School Ground Sounds and Grooveschool and Trinity Laban all have many talented people coming through their projects. Lambeth Music has been developing a partnership with Field Day to collaborate on projects and amazingly they offered us opening slots on the main stage on Brockwell Park. We started a competition for young local artists and Gilles Peterson an associate from my earlier music career was very supportive of the idea and greed to his label Brownswood Recordings choosing the winners. The artists chosen have all been associated with the Lambeth sounds Network and follow in the footsteps of many current artists such as Theon Cross and Nubya Garcia.
Congratulations to Wu-Lu who will perform on Friday 1st of June and Project Karnak and Tomorrow’s Warriors Female Frontline playing on Saturday 2nd of June!