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Σtella + Polygrains at The Victoria (Dalston)

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Please come and join us for Σtella's first concert in London.
With Polygrains.
In Victoria. The pub. In Dalston.
On Saturday 28 April.
Tickets £4 Advanced. £5 OTD.
Bring your friends too.

PS Tickets for the event will be released shortly

Σtella (née Stella Chronopoulou) is a pop singer-songwriter, musician and visual artist based in Athens, Greece.

Her debut self-titled album, released by Inner Ear Records (GR) in early 2015, quickly became one of the most popular Greek indie albums of the year, with songs like “Picking Words” and “Detox” enjoying extensive radio airplay. In February 2017, Inner Ear released her sophomore album, “Works for You”, hailed by US blog Earmilk as “a sure treat!”.

Aside from her solo projects, Σtella has also frequently worked with producer NTEiBINT. Together they have released four critically-acclaimed singles on Eskimo Recordings (BE) and collaborated on the music for the athletes' parade at the Opening Ceremony of the Baku 2015 European Games. The music for the entire Ceremony was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 2016.

On March 2017, she made her US debut at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.



Polygrains, AKA Vasilis Moschas, is a musician, singer, songwriter, and producer.

His current project is an eclectic electronic menagerie of beats, bleeps and shrieks; a bricolage of urban soupadelica fizzing and simmering with passion and melancholy.​ ​Moschas’ approach to composition percolated in the Contemporary Conservatory of Thessaloniki where he studied jazz, and at the London College of Music, where he graduated in Popular Music Performance. Moschas’ engagement with theoretical and structural aspects of music brings delicacy and depth to his work, particularly to his elegant and unsettling vocal melodies.

His music has been featured on various media such as XLR8R, Dummy, Cool Hunting, Impose, Tiny Mixtapes, (Album of the week on Bandcamp) and he has participated in important European festivals like Incubate, Eurosonic, Fasma and Europavox. Last year's highlights include a sound piece for a Tate Modern exhibition and his participation in the Ghost Ship benefit compilation, along with artists such as Róisín Murphy, Dapni, Owen Pallett, YACHT and others.

Born in Greece, he currently lives and works in London.



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