iluvlive Manchester 22.4.18

22nd April 2018

Anjelo Disons
Extraordinarily gifted; With words that are wise beyond his years, here is a talent that is undeniably overspilling with heart and soul. 18 year old, Anjelo Disons from South London has arrived..
Aged 12 and armed with his guitar, Anjelo began his journey busking in the streets of South London. Here he steadily built up a local following for his outstanding live performances, leading him to support award winning soulstress, Bridget Kelly & stateside spoken word artist, Alysia Harris in concert. Now a young man, singer/ songwriter/ producer/ multi-instrumentalist, Anjelo Disons presents us with a masterful piece of soul music, sprinkled with heart warming melodies, guitar riffs and a jazzy hint of scatting. Co-produced by Gabriel Davies & himself, Anjelo let’s us into his experience of young love with the wise words his mum once gave him.
Out Now on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer etc.

RJ is no stranger to the mic and has been carving his name into the Manchester grime scene from an early age, showcasing his unique brand of deep and dynamic lyrics.
Although he has had a few years out he is back now working with the label Midication Recordings, formed by Manchester veterans Virus Syndicate and ready to take his music as far as possible. 2018 is the start of a new journey for RJ and he is more than ready to secure his place as one of Manchester’s elite.

Known for catchy hooks, introspective yet perceptive verses over self produced soulful trap and hip-hop.
 E-Thrilla is an artist From South Manchester, who has been seen building his base for the past few years in the city. Most notably with the monthly event “Pass The Aux” which has seen is fanbase and popularity spiral

Kiara Marzella
Falling in love with music from a young age, aspiring global artist Kiara Marzella began her journey after winning her first high school talent show at the age of 16. Born to a Scottish mother and Italian father, she moved to London to pursue her dream at the age of 18. Forming the girl group Empress - of which both she featured in and managed - Kiara began to make a name for herself in the industry. Fast forward a few years and the now-solo-artist resides in Manchester, building her name as a recording artist with plans to take her talent across the world.

Venue: The Zombie Shack, 50 New Wakefield St, Manchester M1 5NP

Time: 7.30 - 11pm

Host: DJ Steve 0

Free for students before 8.30pm (Valid Student ID must be shown)