Below the Surface: Discover an exciting music driven project in the heart of Streatham

Below the Surface: Discover an exciting music driven project in the heart of Streatham

Operating out of a secret location in the heart of Streatham, Below The Surface is a project in an inviting space which hosts regular recording sessions for up and coming independent musicians.

They are devoted to creating quality content that captures the passion of the artists in a very intimate and comfortable atmosphere. Since their launch in January of this year they have released 11 videos that showcase a wide variety of talent from the incredibly rich London music scene; so far featuring everything from solo singer songwriters to ambitiously hosting a 7 piece pop-up orchestra.

Below the Surface captures the entire performance of each act that performs which is often up to 5 songs, with spontaneous interaction between both the audience and musicians, giving the viewer a greater insight into the creative processes and thoughts that are reflected within the artist’s tracks.

The concept was originally conceived by Michal Lament and has rapidly grown into a passionate team of people that share his ‘music-minded’ mentality. The team help to expand on his vision of creating enjoyable content for music lovers, with a mixture of both amateur and professional members bringing their audio/ video skills to the table.  The content produced is also of great value to the artists themselves as they are freely given use of the videos to help publicise themselves on social media, helping them to reach out to a larger audience.

Be sure to check out their existing videos on YouTube, which continues to grow as they produce a video every two weeks. For an insight on the performances and for the chance to get involved you can also follow them on Instagram @belowthesurfaceuk. They are open to collaborating with anyone interested in helping so if you feel like you can contribute feel free to contact Michal at michal@belowthesurface.com

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