Local music night debuts at Kaff Bar this weekend

A new local music night called Carnival Class is opening tomorrow at Kaff Bar. Hosted by Brixton trio Boy Names, the night will see upcoming local musicians given a chance to show off their tunes.

The hosts, Boy Names. Photo by Jack Barnes
The hosts, Boy Names. Photo by Jack Barnes

Carnival Class is a free night of live music organised by Brixton band Boy Names, bringing together electronic/alternative pop outfits from across South London. Described on its Facebook Page as “a Brixton-based Mardi Gras made for beat-hungry feet, and melody-loving minds” it promises to be an interesting night of ultra-cool new indie music.

Boy Names are launching their new single ‘Instant Ambition’ at the show and have booked two acts to play alongside them, both from South London. Find out more about Boy Names by reading our interview with them.

CHPLN are a duo from just up the road getting some attention for their electro/pop stylings. Perles are a three-piece indie-electronic band based in South London, originally hailing from Manchester.

Event details
Saturday 9th August
Kaff Bar, Brixton
8PM – Late

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