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This Weeks Must Attend Event: Milly’s World Feat. Master Shortie + More

August 10, 2009

Milly's World

This week sees a very special launch event in aid of Great Ormand Street Hospital.
In association with Elleh Cor, the SEB Collective Present’s Milly’s World. A showcase of real talent which diverses from the mass media made bands and artists that are manufactured by shows such as X-Factor and Britains Got Talent.

Headlined by the UK’s spotlight artist of the year, Master Shortie amongst a selection of amazing UK talent. Hosted by Kiss 100′s Manny Norte.

This is the launch night for what promises to be the start of an extremely positive look and will undoubtedly get a string of successful press and exposure leading to further exciting events in the coming months!

Limited Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the steal price of only £6 from here.

Keep locked to the blog for photos and interviews from yours truly, as i’ll be representing and snapping my way backstage. Best see you folks there… Yessssirrrr!

Press Release:

Welsh indie Dai4Films is to make a series of monthly viral programmes aimed at showcasing unsigned musicians on social networking site Facebook.

Milly’s World, hosted by former Tottenham Hotspur player Paul Allen’s daughter Milly, is billed as the “antidote to The X Factor”. The programme will film unsigned bands Allen has seen, or who have got in touch because they want a record deal. The only other criterion is that they must write their own songs.

The first showcase will be shot at London’s Embassy Club next month and will be posted on Allen’s Facebook page. After that they will be filmed each month in Camden Town.

Executive producer Neil Davies said Allen decided to do the viral programmes because “she hates the manufactured bands you see on The X Factor”.

Davies added: “The idea is for people to show their ability to the record labels in the audience and those watching it on Facebook.”

MTV and Channel 4 are understood to have turned down the show, but Dai4Films is pitching it to other networks.

The first edition of Milly’s World will be posted on Allen’s Facebook page next month.

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