[Sold out] Three Body Trio and TrueMendous – UKYA Launch Party

Thursday 7 February 2019

8:00 pm : Main stage

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*Please note this event is now sold out. If you can no longer make it we ask that you return your free ticket so someone else can take your place.  Please email hello@metronome.uk.com to let us know.

Celebrate the launch of UKYA City Takeover at Nottingham’s state of the art music venue. Performing live will be Three Body Trio (Running Circle) who harness hardware, software and live instrumentation to bring a deep electronic groove charged with the spirit and spontaneity of jazz. UKYA artist TrueMendous is one of the UK’s most promising MCs and poets and will be bringing her energy and skills to the party. DJing on the night will be UKYA artist Benjamin Kay (Dizzy Ink) and UKYA Music Producer, Ex-Friendly (Truth & Lies Music).

[Sold out] Three Body Trio and TrueMendous – UKYA Launch Party

*Please note this event is now sold out. If you can no longer make it we ask that you return your free ticket so someone else can take your place.  Please email hello@metronome.uk.com to let us know.

Celebrate the launch of UKYA City Takeover at Nottingham’s state of the art music venue. Performing live will be Three Body Trio (Running Circle) who harness hardware, software and live instrumentation to bring a deep electronic groove charged with the spirit and spontaneity of jazz. UKYA artist TrueMendous is one of the UK’s most promising MCs and poets and will be bringing her energy and skills to the party. DJing on the night will be UKYA artist Benjamin Kay (Dizzy Ink) and UKYA Music Producer, Ex-Friendly (Truth & Lies Music).

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