The Music Federation

The Music Federation Live Rebrand

Killing Moon Live Undergoes Rebrand to ‘The Music Federation Live’ and Announce First Wave of Acts for Infamous Lunacincos Festival Alongside Safe Space Policy for All Live Events

London, 12th January 2022

We create joyful moments for our music family of fans to experience live performances from artists they are passionate about, in a welcoming environment’ – Sam Hong (Head of The Music Federation Live)

The Music Federation Live is a london-based music promoter supplying live entertainment across the city and the UK. Giving the opportunity to gig-goers to catch their favourite artists both emerging and established, this re-brand continues to follow in the footsteps of The Music Federation and it’s ethos of equality and giving deserving musicians a chance. Following its launch date on the 12th January, TMF Live will be announcing its ‘Safe Space Policy’ on the 19th [Safe Space press release here]. They will also be coinciding this with a charity show with Abbie McCarthy in aid of Strut Safe.

I am so excited to start this new journey of producing live entertainment as TMF Live. Bringing festivals like 2000trees and Wild Paths into a club setting allows us to provide consistent entertainment for fans throughout the year. I’m so happy to welcome Alt Disco (George Godfrey’s/ Radio X), Fierce Panda & Polarface to our live family“ Sam Hong (founder of TMF Live)

Killing Moon Live was founded in 2013 and saw them procuring stages such as Club NME at Koko, and putting on artists such as Wolf Alice, Black Honey, Rosie Lowe and Bad Sounds. It has since grown into one of the UK’s most noted live promoters, taking on Abbie McCarthy’s Good Karma Club, George Godfrey’s Alt Disco, monthly nights with 2000trees at the Underworld, monthly nights at Blues Kitchen Brixton with Wild Paths Festival, Polarface Presents, Charlie Ashcroft’s Somebody Told Me, NEO and many more to come in 2022.

“The Music Federation has been exceptionally proactive in facilitating and collaborating on a number of new and exciting opportunities for 2000trees Festival across a variety of different areas of our business. We’re all very much looking to forward to continuing our work together and giving even more live opportunities to some of the most exciting new artists out there” –  James Scarlett (2000Trees)

“The support of The Music Federation has been invaluable. From working alongside the Wild Paths Festival crew to collaborating on events and facilitating new working relationships… it’s been great to be part of such a dynamic and eclectic family!” Ben Street (Wild Paths)

“I’m so excited to be working with the great people at The Music Federation. Alt Disco is something I started to give the up-and-coming artists I love a real platform to share their music. It’s a showcase night, but with a focus on making a real party of it and properly celebrating this exciting next wave of musicians. To now have a passionate team working with me who share that vision is brilliant. Bring on 2022!” George Godfrey (Radio X)

“Working with The Music Federation has been an incredible journey so far. They have provided me with support and opportunities like no other live events business has. The Safe Spaces Policy which TMF have been working on is an amazing act of responsibility-taking which I hope to see spread as widely as possible throughout the industry. I look forward to continuing our journey in the future, and am excited to align myself with a company with such upstanding social values and goals for change within the industry”Rebecca Sangs (Co-Founder of Her-Pees Collective and Live Apprentice/Promoter at TMF Live)

To launch TMFLive, the company will be continuing their infamous Lunacincos festival between 17th-26th January. Spanning across multiple venues (including Underworld), the festival will see curated nights from 2000Trees, Wild Paths Festival, Fierce Panda, George Godfrey Alt Disco (Radio X), Charlie Ashcroft Somebody Told Me (Amazing Radio) and NEO. The Lunacincos venues will include Victoria, Colours and Shacklewell Arms. Full details can be found here.

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