Georgia + Stevie Parker

Bristol Plays Music and MixRadio proudly present Switch – a ground-breaking new series of free events at Colston Hall.

Following on from Swindle and Lady Leshurr’s unforgettable gigs as part of Switch, next up we are mega excited to bring you Georgia. Newly signed to Domino, Georgia is currently putting the final touches to her debut album which she entirely wrote, performed and self-produced – details of which will be announced soon. ‘Move Systems’, her latest single, is a frenetic,  forceful and hugely imaginative track – offering as much cerebral charm as it does pure physical impact in the way it channels elements of early 00’s grime, dub, post-punk and hip hop into a genuinely new-sounding, globally minded brand of pop.

Prior to her performance Georgia will also be holding an exclusive Q&A to a limited capacity audience of people aged 25 and under keen to make their own way in the music industry, email to reserve your space!

Download Georgia’s exclusive MixRadio playlist (featuring Jai Paul, Missy Elliott and loads more) here:

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Stevie Parker

Sophie Ellam

MixRadio and Bristol Plays Music are both trusted leaders in providing and promoting musical development opportunities for young people and to ensure that this event is as inclusive and accessible as possible it is held in the public space at Colston Hall and free to attend.

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