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Clash Mag Issue 109 Launch September Miranda

The printing wheels are currently in motion for the release of issue 109, and to launch it into the world in style, we're throwing a party with some of our favourite acts of the moment.

It's happening at Miranda, Ace Hotel, on Wednesday September 26th - and we have 100 free tickets only to give away for you to join us.

Youngs Teflon remains a flag bearer of the UK rap movement. Since bursting onto the scene with 'The Jungle Book EP', Youngs has been selling out venues all over the map. After another hot summer of festivals Youngs joins this months Clash Live bill riding a wave stacked up by his stellar recent body of work, the 'South London Press' EP. Collaborations now under his belt with Skepta, Stormzy, Suspect, Giggs and WSTRN to name but a few. Expect big things.

At only 24, Sasha Keable already has two critically acclaimed EP's under her belt and is accustomed to much bigger stages than Miranda. Following up from Disclosure collaboration 'Voices' with performances with the boys on main stages everywhere, into Katy B tour support duties it is safe to say Sasha has wowed hundreds of thousands of concert goers already. New release 'That's The Shit' is aptly named and we are excited to host Sasha in such an intimate setting.

When Anderson .Paak books your act as a support slot it is safe to say you are onto a winner. Since then Zach Said has demonstrated he is a master of the kind of soulful, unforgettably catchy songwriting that will, without fail, have you catching feelings. Fun fact, Zach Said's grandfather is called Michael Jackson and ran a club night in Shrewsbury. It's in the blood. Shamone.

South Londoner and Brit School alumna Jaz Karis's debut EP 'Into The Wilderness' is a must listen. With recent live session of 'Petty Lover' now closing on a million views this month for Colours the hype is real. Jaz joins our bill fresh from recent studio sessions with Tom Misch to grace the stage.

Hailing from Birmingham, Slick Don's collaborations with UK heavyweights Toddla T, Champion & Flava D over UKG and bassline racked up plays across the networks. More recent collaborations with Walter Ego and tours across the summer have introduced a new sound, distinctly his own and ready for airing at Clash Live.

Also on the bill Clash's very own DJ Sophie Simone, Nick Bam, and Sky will be spinning into the early hours.

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  • 7:30PM–Wednesday, September 26
  • Doors at 7.30PM
  • 100 Free Tickets

The printing wheels are currently in motion for the release of issue 109, and to launch it into the world in style, we're throwing a party with some of our favourite acts of the moment.

It's happening at Miranda, Ace Hotel, on Wednesday September 26th - and we have 100 free tickets only to give away for you to join us.

Youngs Teflon remains a flag bearer of the UK rap movement. Since bursting onto the scene with 'The Jungle Book EP', Youngs has been selling out venues all over the map. After another hot summer of festivals Youngs joins this months Clash Live bill riding a wave stacked up by his stellar recent body of work, the 'South London Press' EP. Collaborations now under his belt with Skepta, Stormzy, Suspect, Giggs and WSTRN to name but a few. Expect big things.

At only 24, Sasha Keable already has two critically acclaimed EP's under her belt and is accustomed to much bigger stages than Miranda. Following up from Disclosure collaboration 'Voices' with performances with the boys on main stages everywhere, into Katy B tour support duties it is safe to say Sasha has wowed hundreds of thousands of concert goers already. New release 'That's The Shit' is aptly named and we are excited to host Sasha in such an intimate setting.

When Anderson .Paak books your act as a support slot it is safe to say you are onto a winner. Since then Zach Said has demonstrated he is a master of the kind of soulful, unforgettably catchy songwriting that will, without fail, have you catching feelings. Fun fact, Zach Said's grandfather is called Michael Jackson and ran a club night in Shrewsbury. It's in the blood. Shamone.

South Londoner and Brit School alumna Jaz Karis's debut EP 'Into The Wilderness' is a must listen. With recent live session of 'Petty Lover' now closing on a million views this month for Colours the hype is real. Jaz joins our bill fresh from recent studio sessions with Tom Misch to grace the stage.

Hailing from Birmingham, Slick Don's collaborations with UK heavyweights Toddla T, Champion & Flava D over UKG and bassline racked up plays across the networks. More recent collaborations with Walter Ego and tours across the summer have introduced a new sound, distinctly his own and ready for airing at Clash Live.

Also on the bill Clash's very own DJ Sophie Simone, Nick Bam, and Sky will be spinning into the early hours.

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