This month featuring…. Nina Fine + I am the Cold Man + Ben Roberts
Nina Fine is a soulful singer songwriter from North London. Her raw, earthy vocals with a jazz infused flavour and piano bring a twist to the the London scene. Influenced by strong female singers such as Nina Simone, Regina Spektor and Norah Jones, her thoughtful lyrics echo themes of delicate self-reflection and nostalgia.
She recently played Secret Garden Party Festival and Live at Leeds earlier this year. Nina has performed for Sofar Sounds Leeds and in Autumn, her song ‘I Don’t Wanna Hear’ was played on BBC Introducing with Alan Raw.
I am the Cold Man
I am the Cold Man, whose music has been described as “sparse, delicate and sensual”, are an acoustic/folk duo formed in Bournemouth in 2014.
The pair are now based in the capital and are performing live in and around the city. The band consists of Michael Dale (vocals, piano, banjo & guitar) and Tom Harrison (vocals, piano & trumpet). Influences include Sufjan Stevens, The Staves, Anais Mitchell , Bon Iver & The Decemberists.
Ben Roberts started writing music as a teenager, taking influence from his love of classic soul, rock and R&B. As a result, Ben’s songs have a timeless feel to them which is enhanced further by his unique vocal tone. Having featured on The Mahogany Sessions and having recorded two live sessions for BBC Introducing, Ben has recently released his first independent single, Lovely Day. Ben also supported Newton Faulkner on his UK tour in April, and will be playing solo shows in London and around the country as well appearing at a number of festivals, including Boardmasters, this summer.