Landmark Events Preliminary Round
@The Mansion, Kingston on June 20th
Come and support your local artists/bands!
On Saturday June 20th, Landmark Events is hosting its next showcase festival in Kingston! Yes, we are back and again, we’ve chosen the most talented artists in the area for the event! The artists and bands performing in the LME festival will have a chance to play and earn various musical grants, as well as in-house consultation sessions once they get to the final.
All Bands/Artists will play for an awesome crowd and be judged by industry reps from such as record label owners & A&Rs (independent and majors), booking agents, radio trackers, publicists, managers, producers, songwriters, signed artists and more! This represents a great networking opportunity to meet and interact with professionals from the industry.
With dynamic tonal and structural writing styles, Noise Floor seeks to maintain the attention of the audience throughout each song. Their ability to seamlessly interchange between various time signatures while still providing the listener a rhythm they can tap their foot to. Their chemistry on stage gives the audience a sense of how close the three of truly area not only as musicians but the true roots of very close friends.
The band as a whole has been together for almost 3 years, and with much time, energy and honing of the craft involved, they have begun to expand their audience into other areas of the world such as the UK and the US. Noise Floor has a very broad demographic that proves their versatility and wide range of musical tastes, spanning from both men, women and children from ages 12-60 years old.
Karli G met Class Act at one of his performances in 2009 and began working together a year later. Soon after, they began releasing hit-caliber tracks, such as “Speak of the Devil”, “The Reasons”, “Regrets” and more, all while performing with great acts like Ghetto Socks, Das Beats, Slaves of Spanky and more! They've also been feature's on Kingston's CFRC 101.9FM and love to raise funds for charities with their shows. CAKG was on hiatus in 2013 while Karli went on maternity leave, reuniting in May 2014 for their much-anticipated "Reunion" show and they've been going hard ever since and currently in the process of recording their debut album.