Natsuma: A Somber x Reso Promotion

Natsuma: A Somber x Reso Promotion

Event Time Fri 31st Mar at 6:00pm-Fri 31st Mar at 11:00pm
Event Location West Hampstead Arts Club, London
Event Price £8.00 + Booking fee (see below)
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Jaz Beeson
Katie Arnold

Natsuma: A Somber x Reso Promotion

Somber Discos and Reso Events proudly present a night of incredible live music featuring the sounds of...


Natsuma (Satsuma with an ’N’) is a singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist from London who creates and produces songs in her shed. She got her first (toy) guitar at the age of two and has pretty much been strumming and writing songs ever since.

When Nat’s not locked away in her shed, she immerses herself into the live music scene, playing with her band as Natsuma, but also playing guitar and bass for other artists such as Jadu Heart, Maddie Zahm and Lexie Carroll.

Natsuma’s sound is heavily influenced by her love of Soul, funk and electronic pop. These musical influences all came together to help create her self written and produced debut EP ‘Liquid Gold’. Natsuma is currently working away on new material for release in 2023

Jaz Beeson 

Lacking rage, owning pettiness: Jaz Beeson floats on the edge of indie pop and mashes in some brutal honesty. Taking inspo from Charli Adams and Phoebe Bridgers, 2022 has seen Jaz receive unwavering support from BBC Introducing Midlands, as she celebrated her self-aware summer song People Pleaser. Launching her live set with a band, being shortlisted for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and landing a spot on New Music Friday are just some of the highlights of the year. After releasing emotionally-frank sophomore single Finn, Jaz has turned to the studio to work on the next phase of her people-pleaser era.

Katie Arnold 

Born on a tide of delicate fingerpicking, Katie Arnold’s crystal-smooth voice and conversational writing style gently usher you round corners of her psyche both sweet and uneasy. Occasional jazzy chord changes provide the icing on the heartache cake. A South London folk-pop icon in the making


West Hampstead Arts Club
32 Mill Ln, London NW6 1NR, UK