inklingroom and The Ice Crimes Show presents Daisy Mortem, Caro♡ (PC Music), and Wacha

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    DAISY MORTEM (Live) Caro♡ (PC Music) Wacha (Queer House Party)
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  • From virtual reality to IRL, Ice Crimes (pronounced ice [ cream ] ) is bringing her cyber show to life by inviting shiny avant-garde artists to perform live in London, just 4 u. Previous Ice Crimes Show guests include Abdu Ali (US), Cobrah (SE), First Hate (DK), Cyberkills (BR) and more. The second season is currently in post-production and fiercer than ever; visually and sonically. Live Performance: Daisy Mortem Oscillating from avant-garde pop to deconstructed club, Daisy Mortem (Bordeaux) is that crash you just can’t look away from... Described by Fucking Young as "one of the wildest, raving, and experimental projects making waves in the French underground," and by Vice as "Defying our generation, grabbing it by the collar and shaking out it's last remaining drops of decadent sap," Daisy Mortem are UFO's from the French countryside. After accompanying IC3PEAK and GFOTY on their entire respective tours, Daisy Mortem was noticed by CATNAPP, who then released their first album Faits Divers, on her label NAPP RECORDS in 2020. DJ Sets: Caro♡ (PC Music) Caro♡, is a French- born London-based producer and singer, as well as lead vocalist of the pop three- piece Planet 1999 and signee of future-pop label PC Music. In Summer 2021 Caro♡ released her shimmery debut solo album ‘Heartbeats/Heartbreaks.’ Described by Clash Mag as a “future-pop bubbler, all day-lo synths, super-fluorescent colouring, and a dreamy vocal. [Heartbeats/Heartbreaks] picks apart the mythology of love, [and] caro♡ re-asserts her own independence.” caro♡ has also collaborated with Charli XCX on her album Charli, AG Cook on his remix album Apple vs. 7G, and supported labelmate Hannah Diamond on her French tour. Wacha (Queer House Party) Wacha is an activist, artist and DJ, but mainly a fringe with a human attached. They mix reggaeton and baile funk with ripped up bootlegs of R&B favourites, and are passionate about sourcing music from producers and artists traditionally excluded from mainstream dance music. Catch them DJing as part of Queer House Party, which they co-run alongside DJs Harry Gay and passer. Renowned for iconic, queer throwdowns, Queer House Party is the award-winning virtual LGBTIQ+ party that brings you the best drag, performers, and DJs from London and beyond all in an accessible online community space, broadcasted live to wherever you are. Art Exhibition and Sale : Tiffany Wellington : Tiffany Wellington, born 1996 in Jamaica, lives, works & loves in London. She has studied Fine Art at Falmouth University (UK) and Painting at KASK Conservatorium (BE). Tiffany is now in her final year on the MFA Fine Art course at Goldsmiths. Her work focuses on themes of false narratives, true identities, and opacity. Through time, her work gains and forgets meaning, creating alternating tales that separate off into different timelines of self-discovery. The insertion of her former self within these narratives, provides certain truths that lie parallel with the falsehoods she provides in her narration. She is not creating a lie, but the lie can be seen within. Tiffany will be showcasing and selling her intricate handmade chain jewelry as well as her new scarf and textile works. She has exhibited in these selected exhibitions: Xxijra Hii Gallery, “HDL” (London, 2021), Dray Walk Gallery, “Oops! Something Went Wrong” (London, 2021) and Studio 59, “Don Show” (London, 2021) Not. To. Miss. Entry Policy: • Please DO NOT attend the event if you feel unwell or have any COVID-related symptoms. • Before entering the venue you'll need proof of a NEGATIVE LATERAL FLOW via a text message or email from the NHS or proof of Double Vaccination Status. If you can't afford the ticket, feel free to send us a message. --> [email protected]𝒈𝒎𝒂𝒊𝒍.𝒄𝒐𝒎 𝐑𝐮𝐥𝐞𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐟𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰: 💕 at inklingroom we believe in equality and respect to others and operate a strict ᔕᗩᖴE ᔕᑭᗩᑕE policy and we do not tolerate any sign of harassment, homophobic or transophobic behavior. This is why we ask you to follow a few simple rules: ~come with an open-mind ~bring your like-minded friends ~inform a member of staff if someone makes you feel uncomfortable
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