Monday, 30 May 2011

Night Air

Yesterday, we went down to the Academy in Manchester to see Jamie Woon. If you are looking for a new summer sound, definitely check him out! Along with the likes of Jessie J and James Blake, he was one of the nominees for the BBC Sound of 2011 Poll. His soulful sound is reminiscent of a young D'angelo mixed with a touch of modern day dubstep.



Lola: Shirt/Thrifted, Trousers/Urban Outfitters, Shoes/Topshop
Fikki: Trousers/Zara, Shoes & Shirt/Primark, Bag/Thrifted


Last time we went to a gig (Janelle Monae), we waited in the blistering cold for over an hour but she did not even peep out once. So we were really happy when Jamie Woon came out to say hi. It's always nice to have the opportunity to meet singers before their fame blows up and they become untouchable. Nevertheless, we hope he blows up because his voice is amaaaazing!




Lola & Fikki xx
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11 comments

  1. loving both your outfits, imma check his music out :)

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  2. you both look great! :) especially love the shirts and chinos :) ronan x

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  3. again both nice outfits.
    will check out his music ;)

    Jen xx
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  4. Simple and chic..love it!

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  5. Cutsie!!!1 Loving the causal look (:

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  6. Great outfits girlies, yo both look amazing!

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  7. you both look lovely!loving the neutrals Fikki!

    x

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  8. LOVE your outfit FIkki! And love the high bun you did with your braids x

    BLEURGH!!
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  9. Love your outfits!!!

    Adiya
    http://thecornershopng.blogspot.com/

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! - Fikki and Lola xx

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