Jäger Curtain Call 2018 We’re bringing Yowl, LIFE and Demob Happy to Soho Radio tomorrow as part of Jäger Curtain Call!

Tune in from 12pm to hear all three bands in session.

This Friday, DIY and Jäger Curtain Call are teaming up to present an almighty line-up on the Jägerhaus at All Points East. Headlined by The Big Moon and featuring Superfood, Lady Bird and more, we’ll be heading down to Victoria Park and bringing you all the action from the day.

But before that, we’ve got a little warm up treat for you. 

Tomorrow, DIY and Jäger Curtain Call will be taking over the airwaves of Soho Radio, bringing you live sessions and interviews with two of this year’s featured artists - South London boys Yowl and Hull punks LIFE - plus former JCC performers Demob Happy.

Everything kicks off at 12pm, and we’ll be rolling all the way through until 6pm - playing tracks from a host of DIY faves and Curtain Call alumni throughout the day too.

You can tune in at sohoradiolondon.com to listen to the whole thing, and we’ll be streaming the sessions live on Facebook too.

See you on the air…

We’re bringing Yowl, LIFE and Demob Happy to Soho Radio tomorrow as part of Jäger Curtain Call!

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