SAE Glasgow have another amazing Live Lounge performance for you on 2 May

26 Apr 2019

The most recent Live Lounge at SAE Glasgow was a big success. Three acts performed a trio of tracks in front of a select audience.

On 2 May Glasgow will bring you another carefully cultivated lineup of artists who will perform some of their best hits.

The acts performing are Scarlett Randle, Emi V and Aonghas Maxwell.

Scarlett Randle comes from Aberdeen. She has been quietly establishing a fan base in Scotland with her almost vulnerable lyrical tone since she first came into prominence in 2017. She started out playing the violin at the age of 7, before teaching herself guitar as a teenager. Her band members are Nathan Somevi, Niall Ford and Lauren Macdonald.

Emi V is a soulful, emotive singer/instrumentalist who performs on piano, guitar and ukulele all over Scotland. Emi V’s first original, ‘Open your Eyes’ will be released with a video midway through 2019. She is a regular on the Glasgow, Edinburgh and Ayrshire gigging circuit with performances at King Tuts, Classic Grand, The Buf Prestwick, Aces Diner Kilmarnock, Purple Orange Arts, Amethyst Govan, LIQR, Elliots, and the Treehouse Ayr.

Emi spoke to SAE ahead of the event and said:

“The chance to play, be recorded and filmed at SAE Live is HUGE! This is an institute with an incredible reputation and well respected in the music and film industry so it's pretty mind blowing for me. As a music obsessed 15 year old, SAE is top of my list to apply to after my advanced highers.”

SAE Audio graduate, Aonghas Maxwell is a Glasgow-based singer songwriter. He mixes his classical training and contemporary influences to create a dynamic and interesting mix of rock and folk. He will be releasing his new single 'Alone with You' on 29 April on all streaming services. 

Aonghas said: 

"SAE is a great institute and I'm just so glad it's reaching out to upcoming artists and helping them out with this platform."

The SAE Live Lounge is a mutually beneficial process for artists and SAE students because acts get a great video with mastered audio that they can share on their social channels, whereas students get practice recording and mastering a professional video.

As well as an opportunity to hear some great music, the Live Lounge is a fantastic platform to network with other musicians before and after the show.

If you are interested in recording a Live Lounge, apply via our online form.

See the Live Lounges recorded at our other UK campuses here.

Register to attend the next Live Lounge on 2 May.