Opening Night


Event Details


Free
Venue: Corner of Foxberry Road and Coulgate Street
Time: 4:30pm – 10:30pm

Brockley Max kicks off with our opening night party as an afternoon of rock and rap segues into an evening of soulful jazz and ska music and dancing on the street. From 4.30pm Brockley will be swinging as local bands and performers magic up rock to rockabilly, folk, funk and everything in-between! Hosted by our fantastic MC Dre and Brockley Studios.
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The Manic Pixies
The Manic Pixies are a London-based trio, playing riot grrrl, punk, and metal. They’ve become very established in their local scene, and soon plan to release an album.

The Manic Pixies

Notre-Dame of Tokyo
Notre-Dame of Tokyo can best be described as cyber-punk/grunge who welcomes and shelters life-changing travellers with the desire to serve their own purpose, challenging common preconceptions.

Notre-Dame of Tokyo

South Social
A 5 piece band from South London starring peggy the electric Ukelele. With songs written during the lockdown about micro aggressions, unforgettable one-night stands, lost love and standing up for what you believe in. Inspired by noughties rock such as Yeah, yeah yeahs, Bloc party and The Red Hot Chilli Peppers it’s a guarantee that these songs will be stuck in your head from the moment you hear them.

South Social

Coldway
To say that this kid is a one-stop shop is an understatement, he can do it all. Hailing from Memphis, Tn, Coldway holds a unique style flavoured to his own melting pot, teasing us with new music geared more towards his energetic southern rap flavour. Coldway has performed on stages with acts such as YG, Dizzy Wright, Currency, Wave Chapelle, Ishdarr, and many more.

Coldway

Anita Maj
Northern born, London based Anita was initially inspired by the likes of legends Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix and fearless female front women like PJ Harvey, Chrissie Hynde and Debbie Harry, as well as Wolf Alice, Dream Wife. Anita seamlessly channels her life experiences, utilizing songwriting as her therapeutic process. Her songs are so contagious that you’ll be humming them all day long after just one listen.

Anita Maj

RAIE
Raie’s music is lyrically dense, full of potent messages and honesty; vibes move between Folk/Country ballad and up-tempo Country Americana; there are sweet harmonies and Raie’s powerful lead vocal is as expressive and outstanding as the high class of musicians in the band; expect violins, fantastic bass grooves and beautiful slide merged with intricate acoustic picking. They’ll be playing songs from three Raie albums including their most recent album recorded at Galaxy Studios in Belgium. “Raie is a surveyor of pin-me-to-the wall, beautiful life-enhancing … music. A sweet, certain surprise…” M Cooke ‘Blues Matters’.

RAIE

The Fabulous Red Diesel
Fresh from their sold out Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s gig, this original 4 piece from Hastings are playing songs from their new album “Goddess The Seahorse. Watch out for the tuba!

The Fabulous Red Diesel

The Brockalites
South East London’s finest….. ‘The Brockalites’ bring back the sound! So, if you like your old school Reggae, Ska & Rocksteady buckle up and enjoy the ride……..”Bet you can’t stop skanking!”

The Brockalites

EL K-Pri Firme
An eclectic musician from Colombia, combining both Spanish and English in his music! Story telling through different rhythms.

EL K-Pri Firme

 

Aion Moods

BIO Since going through addiction and psychosis, leading him to lose touch with reality and his sense of self, Aion Moods realised that he sees the world differently. Inviting you in through simple stories intertwined with deep emotional meaning. His music is influenced two-fold, both by singer-songwriters and indie bands he grew up listening to, like Sampha, Ben Howard and Sticky Fingers. Equally, by Rap and Neo-soul artists including Loyle Carner, Anderson Paak and Tom Misch. From Aion’s first solo show at the Troubador in 2021, to supporting the likes of Hak Baker and Pip Millet with his band, joining BPM Music collective and collaborating with the best, he’s fast moving to become one of 2024’s rising stars. “I thrive in a bit of chaos…”

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