8th of September 2023

Under the Radar returns

Bringing you the best emerging artists from across the south east in partnership with BBC Introducing Sussex and Surrey, hosted by Melita Dennett
7.30PM – 10.30pm 14+ FREE ENTRY!
Clean Shirt
Charlie House
7.30 doors
8.00-8.25 Charlie House
8.45-9.10 Clean Shirt
9.30-9.55 Calzy
10.30 Curfew
The bands:
CALZY is an up-and-coming 18 year old independant singer/songwriter based in Eastbourne , England. With a unique blend of pop and hip/hop , He performed his first live show supporting The Veltmans to a sold out crowd in December 2022 , followed it up with a statement-making performance at Green Light Festival in Feburary leading Calzy to form a close-knitted and supportive fanbase. In April 2023 he released his fourth single “Better Off” which received support from BBC Introducing Sussex and Surrey and in May he performed for BBC Introducing’s “Live Lounge” aswell as selling out his first ever headline show in Eastbourne and securing a spot on Jodie Bryant’s “Discover Live” in London in September
CLEAN SHIRT is an alt/pop rock quintet hailing from Brighton, England. The band all met whilst studying at Solent university in Southampton in 2015 and is made up of Tess LK Davey, Ollie Maxwell, Dan Brown, Tom Webb and Scott Holder. Clean Shirt began life as a studio project during the pandemic, writing and recording demos from home. The band was always intended to be a live project but couldn’t achieve this until the rest of the members moved to Brighton in 2022. Clean Shirt fuse grunge inspired tones with soaring and ethereal pop melodies to form their own concoction of nostalgia-driven anthems.
CHARLIE HOUSE – Hailing from the picturesque seaside town of Hastings in East Sussex, England, Charlie House has been captivating audiences with her genuine singing style.
Known for her powerful vocals, infectious melodies, and heartfelt lyrics, she has managed to garner a dedicated following of fans. Charlie’s track “Sleeping (TC Remixes),” a remix produced with Tony Cunningham, recently caught the attention of BBC Introducing The South, and as a result played on BBC Sussex & Surrey as track of the day!