Mayshe-Mayshe, R.Loomes, Echo Stranger, Vice Vera and Jess Breame at Dubrek Studios.

Tickets are available here.

Heading into ‘Summer-proper’ and we have a fabulous line-up for you running to the end of July. Five solo artists, all with their own angle and take on life and music that are not to be missed. We’re really looking forward to this one!

Tickets are £6 in advance plus booking fee and we are releasing 30 tickets for the event in this manner. Tickets are on sale right up until midnight on the 23rd July 2021.

Mayshe-Mayshe

One of our low-key favourite acts that we’ve had come visit us at Dubrek over the last five years, Yorkshire-based Mayshe-Mayshe makes dreamlike electronic pop with rich storytelling, skittering percussion and infectious melodies. Her deceptively simple songwriting – at once universal and deeply personal – incorporates choral vocals, looping synths and the occasional hairdryer. Utterly captivating.

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R.Loomes

Rachael Loomes is also no stranger to Dubrek. Wonderfully insightful and dry-witted, her music is beautifully dark and gloomy, laden in reverb and delay and holds itself keen against the likes of Chelsea Wolfe and Emma Ruth Rundle. Bring breadcrumbs to leave a trail so that you can find yourself back after her set.

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Echo Stranger

One-person Nottingham-based indie pop-rock outfit Echo Stranger writes sad songs disguised as not-so-sad songs using musical trickery and far too much smiling. Warm, soulful, reverb-laden guitar used as a vehicle for a story – perfect journeymanship.

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Vice Vera

Vice Vera hails all the way from Manchester and is bringing her raw, dark energy to our stage, full of heavily-chorused guitar that screams influence from Cobain to Bowie to Manson, and vocal/visual delivery akin to a slowed-down Katie Jane Garside. One to watch.

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Jess Breame

The most local of acts in this line-up, Jess Breame hails from up the road in Ilkeston. Jess cites a wave of indie and rock bands through the ages as influences, but we think that she’s managed to carve out her own fantastic sound with well-structured melodies and chord work that supports the narration of her tales with a hint of American Country-style earthiness. Leads Back To You is a particular favourite of ours, so look out for that, as well as the two singles that she has released currently.

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