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Singer-songwriter Jordan Mackampa is often described as a troubadour, an artist with timeless soul and lyrics drenched in heart felt empathy. As a man who was born in Kinshasa, grew up in London and became an artist in Coventry, Jordan’s music is swimming in the sounds and stories of the cities he’s inhabited over the years.
His critically acclaimed debut EP Physics was celebrated for its unique combination of jazz soaked beats, folk melodies and effortless gospel harmonies as well as his poet like lyricism exploring love, longing and loss by the likes of NME, The 405, Julie Adengua and Clash Magazine.
With a follow up EP shortly on its way Jordan says, “there’s a smokier, darker sound to this one, it reflects the times we’re living in and poets and artists I’ve been immersing myself in.”
Listen to ‘Midnight’ below:
Plus support from RYAN SPARROW
Picking up the guitar at age 14 inspired by his father’s love for music, Ryan has progressed from playing in his bedroom alone to playing venues across the country. Recording and releasing his debut EP Shadows in August 2016, he has gone from playing local open mic nights to playing venues such as Birmingham Town Hall and The Rainbow and is still continuing to progress.
Listen to ‘Tides’ below:
Plus support from AMY LOUISE ELLIS
Amy Louise Ellis is a singer songwriter currently studying music performance at BOA. Her influences are Tori Kelly, Ariana Grande and Nina Nesbitt. She has recently signed her first management deal and is working on her debut EP.
Amy Louise Ellis Links: Twitter
Watch Amy Louise Ellis live at The Sunflower Lounge below: