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International Women's Day 2020!

#EachforEqual

At Metropolis Music, we're celebrating today and every day the achievements and talent of the women we work with pushing music forward and empowering others too. 

  • British singer-songwriter Amy Wadge already has two GRAMMY awards under her belt. Having worked with the likes of Janelle Monáe, Ella Henderson, Dua Lipa to name a few, Amy also co-wrote the smash hit 'Thinking Out Loud ' with Ed Sheeran.

See Amy Wadge LIVE at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on 18 June >> Tickets

  • Poppy Ajudha - The London born-and-raised artist is pushing the new wave of jazz and soulful sounds. The R&B singer has appeared as the face of Nike’s FA18 Womenswear 'Metallic Sheen' campaign and was the face of the outdoor-wear brand Napapijiri’s Global winter ‘Icons’ Campaign. She was awarded Jazz FM’s Soul Act of the Year and nominated for two UK MVAs 

See Poppy Ajudha at EartH, Hackney on 28 April >> Tickets

  • Goldfrapp - With a history spanning over two decades, the legendary London duo, led by Alison Goldfrapp, return to the stage. Having released six studio albums to date, the electronic outfit are now heading out on their imminent Felt Mountain: The 20th Year Tour. Don't miss out!

See Goldfrapp on tour in March/April >> Tickets

  • Yael Naim - The Parisian-born, Franco-Israeli singer-songwriter has been on a relentless quest to create a sound of her own across a string of increasingly absorbing albums. Her last album, 'Older' was released in 2015 and certified gold in France the following year. Her newest offering 'Night Songs' is a brave and honest reflection of contrasting her emotions. Most important of all, it announces that Yael Naim has finally found herself.

See Yael Naim LIVE at Hoxton Hall >> Tickets 

  • The Big Moon - The rising London-based quartet bring their guitar-based indie sounds to the UK in October. Having been awarded a Mercury Music Prize nomination for their 2017 debut 'Love in the 4th Dimension', 2020 has seen the group release 'Walking Like We Do', rich in tight-knit vocal harmonies and rolling grooves. 

See The Big Moon LIVE at O2 Institute2 Birmingham on 28 October >> Tickets

  • After Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Madison McFerrin self-released Finding Foundations: Vol. 1. Tastemaking DJ, Gilles Peterson snatched up 'No Time to Lose' for his Brownswood Bubblers compilation. Her SXSW 2018  debut led Pitchfork Magazine to remark, “Madison McFerrin is making a cappella cool again”. In 2020 Madison will build upon this momentum by pairing her timeless voice with modern production by her brother, Taylor McFerrin, on her new project, 'You + I'.  

See Madison McFerrin at Colours, Hoxton on 25 April >> Tickets

  • Born in Argentina and raised in Hemel Hempstead, Malena Zavala released 'Aliso' in April 2018 on Yucatan Records and toured all over Europe supporting Lord Huron and Men I Trust. Fast-forward to September 2019, Zavala and her close circle of collaborators recorded 'La Yarará' in two weeks at Urchin Studios in London Fields, due for release on April 17.

See Malena Zavala on 23 April at London's The Courtyard Theatre >> Tickets

  • Hailing from South London, Ego Ella May has an all-encompassing love of music which she channels into her own neo-soul and contemporary jazz compositions. With rave reviews from the likes of Clash Magazine, Stamp The Wax and Noisey describing her as 'the future sound of Neo-Soul', Ego Ella May is one to watch. 

See Ego Ella May on 20 May at London's The Courtyard Theatre >> Tickets