Paradise, Kensal Green
22nd November
Haunting yet harmonious, powerful in presence but subtle in simplicity the Demons of Ruby Mae use their creative prowess to produce a feeling of silent euphoria, when they play you listen!
Drawing on influences such as the Fleet Foxes, Felice Brothers, Bon Iver, Gram Parsons, the Leicester duo made up of Jonny Gavin and Adam Rowley fashion a chemistry that captivates their audience with charm and charisma.

The alluring strength in vocals combined with melodic empathy produces a unique sound that makes the Demons of Ruby Mae one of the most exhilarating two-pieces since Louis Reard invented the bikini in 1946.
Passionate and alluring, Rufio Summers is a New School Blues artist with a difference. He captures audiences with his soulful vocals and sexual live energy, luring them back again and again. His writing style is reminiscent of legends such as Paul Rodgers, Jack White and D'Angelo, but it his soulful voice that gives him the edge so present in his music.

Born in rural Gloucestershire, Rufio found his passion for music when he formed his first rock band in secondary school at the age of 14. Four bands later he realised that his drive was greater than his previous band members' and, relentless in his quest for musical glory, Rufio decided to go it alone
Bobii Lewis, a singer, song writer, rapper, producer, dancer, programmer, and vocal arranger from North East London (UK) is definitely set to cause a storm with his soulful voice and charming attitude. With his Gospel background from an early age and growing up in a music-oriented household this singer songwriter listened to everything from reggae and rock to Rhythm and Blues giving him the ability to relate to a wide range of audiences, and interpret a diverse selection of genres.
Born in Waterloo in 1984, Troy Glasgow attended The Brit school in 2001, graduating in 2003. Whilst here he gained small roles in British TV favourites such as The Bill, Doctors and Holby City. He gained his first lead role in the Channel 4 one off drama in 'Sex, footballers and videotape'. After stints at the National theatre, Birmingham Rep theatre and an acclaimed cameo in Brit Hit 'Adulthood', he went on to to appear in Skins, Doctor Who and The Day of the Triffids. He now continues to work consistently, appearing in both US and UK film and TV.
Rio Young stepped into the music scene alongside the group known as 'Da Fellowship' with their debut EP 'Music For The People' in September 2008, to date the EP has shifted over 500 copies. Unfortunately the group came to an end, however without concluding, Rio continued on as a solo artist, with the release of his warm-up underground promo 'Grind', Which was performed on stage at Leicester Square's 'Sound' nightclub. For Iluvlive's 5th Birthday and Bashy's album launch 'Catch me if you can'. It was at this event that 'Rio Young' gain tremendous support, most notability Rio was asked to feature on Ras Kwame's BBC 1xtra show called '100% homegrown talent' and was playlisted on the Ronnie Herel R&B show for 12 weeks running.