Muso Tom Misch set to showcase new work at sold-out JHB show

Popular UK producer and musician Tom Misch is bringing his eclectic sound to Johannesburg at the weekend with music from his debut album 5 Day Mischon released on Friday.

The 21-year-old who has gradually taken the music world by storm built a prolific presence on the internet with the release of _Beat Tape 1 _and Beat Tape 2 - a collaborative offering of neo-soul and boom bap hip hop-influenced tracks.

He was 17 when he produced homemade beats and uploaded them on SoundCloud.

He started his musical journey as a young child, learning to play piano and guitar by the age of nine.

Misch’s music is a combination of hip-hop, soul, house and folk guitar. His diverse range of sounds means he appeals to an audience which is just as diverse transcending race, age and genre.

The talented musician will be performing at The Good Luck Bar in Marshalltown. He will also form part of the line-up at the Cape Town Jazz Festival.

The concert is part of a new live producer music series called Alchemy, the first to take place in Africa.

Follow the Eyewitness News Lifestyle Page for an opportunity to win one set of tickets to the anticipated live show.


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