Fox & Firkin is located in the heart of Lewisham and is a home for live underground music, bringing a stellar cast of live acts, with an eclectic variety of sounds. Punk, rave, reggae, ska, swing, bedroom pop and everything in between.
Sunflower Pop: Jaz Beeson makes music for golden-hour road trips and twirling through daisy-dappled fields. With dream-haze harmonies floating on top of punchy pop production, her music is made for coming-of-agers and cottagecore daydreamers. From Lincolnshire, Jaz finds herself most at peace among the marshlands and wide-open skies. Her feathery vocals and conversational lyrics draw comparison to Phoebe Bridgers and Olivia Rodrigo.
After joining stellar lineups at Beyond the Woods, Humber Street Sesh and Outfields over the last two years, Jaz refined her signature sunflower sound, sharing works in progress with friends in her corner of the internet. Since playing tunes at writers rounds across London, including ICMP’s Songwriter Circle with Orla Gartland in 2020, and Social’s Acoustic Sunday earlier this year, Jaz is making waves in another brilliant year. After her acclaimed BBC Introducing live session in June, Jaz nodded to her inspirations and hinted at what’s to come:
The Season Two EP is out on October 15th across all platforms!
Jack Howard Presents. Described as “mesmerising” (Demur Decks 2019) and “not the worst thing to happen” - Bertie Howard (2020)
Following the release of his debut in early 2020, he has earned early support from BBC Music Introducing London and local radio (Radio Jackie), as well as interviews for The Book of Man and his local South-London Guardian newspapers. He has earned performances for Ray-Ban, Bush Hall & Sound City festival for #SaveOurVenues, as well as a takeover for the FAC (Featured Artists Coalition).
Capturing the bittersweet strife of modern life, Bert offers an urban commentary of the world through a suburban South-London lens. "A sort of truth-seeking story-teller", his sensitivity to the world is both observational and relatable and a hooky and direct 'sprechgesang' delivery blends with dynamic guitars for a mix of Indie Pop-Rock & Neo-soul. Full of ear worms, one liners & poetic double entendre, it's resonant with the likes of Jamie T, Anthony Kiedis & Alex Turner.
It was whispered in the finest scents of the Deptford muck; The Parasocials. A unique union of neo jazz composer Tomer Krail, roguish folk singer George Calne Jones, charming indie softboi Felix Slander and miracle drummer Rob James, The Parasocials combine four great talents of the London music scene to bring you a sound rich with art rock and yet strangely palatable stadium anthems.
Free entry with a valid student ID
£3 tickets otherwise
A drink and a pizza for £10 (vegan option available)
If you'd like to perform at a future Admissions event please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your EPK