Jimothy Lacoste, Master Peace, Rose Gray
Thursday, February 06, 19:30
8pm Rose Gray
8.50pm Master Peace
9.40pm Jimothy Lacoste
BBC Music Introducing are back at The Lexington for another showcase of breaking UK talent, catch three up and comers in the intimacy of our 200 cap venue before they're playing stadiums.
‘Hates being lazy, hates being dumb, hangs with posh white kids and loves his darling mum.’
His music has tinges of Mike Skinner and draws accidental parallels to fellow north London dance-grime-electro collective Man Like Me, but his musical lineage seems more informed by an internal struggle with adolescent boredom and filling a void for the shy and insecure.
Master Peace is a 19 year old South Londoner who has managed to captivate the ears of this generationw ith his own hybrid indie street sound. His combination of infectious hooks and a live show that will
blow your mind has quickly solidified himself on the cool kid circuit of London as the new head turner.
Rose Gray born and raised in Walthamstow- East London, comes from a big arty family with working actor parents. Rose grew up listening to the diverse sounds of everyone from Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill, Lily Allen, Dr Dre, The Beatles, Janis Joplin, The Streets, Tribe Called Quest and Portishead - all of which have impacted her unique eclectic sound. The singer/songwriter moves between soul and conversational poetry seamlessly. Having been honing in her craft and writing for a while now Rose’s heartfelt ‘of the times’ lyricism sets her aside, and up for an exciting 2019.
The Lexington is an 18+ venue - please bring ID!