We’ve teamed up with The Camden Assembly and Ticketmaster to present The Emergence Series – a series a of showcases taking place over the course of a month with all proceeds being donated to War Child UK, the charity for children affected by conflict.
A number of our members are curating showcases at The Camden Assembly from 25 June to 30 July including CTRL Management, Sunday Best, Ten West, Killing Moon, Come Play With Me and Seahorse Music.
They will be bringing a hotbed of fresh, independent talent to the stage over the course of the month spanning a vast range of genres. Highlights include Grime MC Laughta who will be kicking proceedings off today for CTRL Management’s showcase, Plastic Mermaids, who are set to perform their first UK headline show in over a year, and Naomi Banks, HAUS, Team Picture and alt-pop singer-songwriter Tusks who will all be performing headline shows.
Paul Pacifico, CEO of AIM said: “The Emergence Series is an amazing opportunity not only to showcase some of the UK’s most exciting and innovative independent talent, but more importantly, to raise money for War Child – a charity which is doing hugely important work protecting children affected by conflict. We are excited to see it come together.”
Sarah Bolshi, Director of Sunday Best said: “We’re delighted to be involved with The Emergence Series, supporting the excellent work of War Child UK. We’ll be putting on quite a show with our recent signing Plastic Mermaids performing their first London show for some time alongside label mates Holiday Oscar, Pearl City and Graceland. Their live show is quite an experience – not one to miss.”
A number of tickets for the showcases are still available here.