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Seasons Greetings, Restless Beings!

In line with the Restless Beings ethos, all acts performed for free so that ticket sales could go towards our projects and this message was not lost with the music.

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(LONDON) - Seasons greetings, restless beings!

This Friday we hosted our final event of the year – ReFused – at Rich Mix in Bethnal Green. THANK YOU to everybody who joined us, artists and audience.

The eclectic line–up attracted a colourful crowd in what turned out to be an intimate, thoughtful and vibrant conclusion to 2013 which raised just over £1700!

Milo M

Milo M

First on stage, Milo M’s hauntingly gentle vocals resonated against cool and dulcet guitar strums as the pair stood in front of mesmerising footage of tranquil oceans and galactic skies. Their soft tone was not lost on the growing crowd as they trickled in.



Tythe’s set–list progressed from a similarly chilled–out tone to a more up–beat and trippy electronica sound accompanied by powerful and soothing vocal acrobatics.



Regime, the liveliest act of the night, engaged the crowd in sing–backs and jumping as they performed tracks that went from infusing rap with reggae to metal (yes, all of that). Regime’s bold lyricism varied from political satire about Queen and Country to “NO BEEF” hooks on veganism.



North–London boys Siloet followed with their ‘commercial indie bass’ in what was surprisingly their first-ever live gig. Clearly loved by the crowd, Sam’s soulful and controlled song sounded fresh against Liam’s urban sounding guitar riffs and their fast paced drums – we predict this performance was the first of many.


Baby Queens

Cardiffian girl band Baby Queens closed an amazing line–up. The five girls, each with a different style and sound which mould a unique presence, rocked, harmonised and rapped to a receptive audience that were sad to see them go.

In line with the Restless Beings ethos, all acts performed for free so that ticket sales could go towards our projects and this message was not lost with the music. We showed this video on the night to remind all present of the projects and campaigns driving the event. Click below to see a short video encapsulating the essence of ReFused in support of; Bangladesh Street Children, the stateless Rohingya, Ala Kachuu victims and Roma gypsies.

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The projects behind ReFused

THANK YOU again to all the artists, audience, RB members and Rich Mix for an incredible night.

Happy holidays and we hope to see you again in the new year when we will be recruiting. More details to come after the next few days' festivities!

Photography by Wasi Daniju (©by-nc-nd). To see more photos from the night or Wasi's photography, visit; Flickr or




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