The 2017 K-Music Showcase: The Barberettes + Sultan of The Disco Live at The Borderline

Are you a fan of K-Music? If you’re reading this, then the answer to that is most likely. The 2017 K-Music Show case is back, and is being held in the heart of London’s Soho!Join us on Tuesday 23rd May, at The Borderline, Soho! Where The Barberettes and K-Indie quartet Sultan of the Disco will be performing live.

Annually the Korean Cultural Centre (KCCUK) and  the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) work in partnership with one another, to produce this event; and introduce unique Korean bands to the London audience, before they take part in the UK festivals!

Are you fan of Korean Indie? Or perhaps the sweet nostalgic sounds of the 50’s and 60’s, is your style?

Introducing the first act, in no particular order:

 

Sultan of the Disco

Are a Korean indie band, that produce vintage Soul and funk sounds, to a contemporary 21st century audience.  Their inspiration comes from the classic groups of the 70’s, such as Cool and the Gang; and the Jackson 5. They have been signed to a major label, and are no strangers to the stage! as they have performed from Canada to Japan to Glastonbury.

 

 

 

 

The Barberettes 

Ready to be taken back in time?

This singing trio are known as “a time-travelling girl group reproducing the sound of the ‘50s & ‘60s”; as well as producing contemporary self-written pieces. They mix suave harmonies with an inspiring stage show! The last time they were in the UK, they were guests on BBC London radio, and BBC1’s The One Show. If you’re looking for high energy performances, then these are the girls to see!

Showcase Details:

Date: Tuesday 23 May

Doors open: 7pm

Venue: The Borderline, Manette St, Soho, London W1D 4JB

Purchase your tickets here

For a 50% discount, use the promo code “KSHOW” at the check out!

 

We’ll see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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