- 05 Nov 23
The multi-talented artist and producer has attracted listeners with his smooth vocals and deft guitar playing, bringing his sound to tonight’s Hot Press Y&E Series for a Sunday evening treat – supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
Dublin-based musician F3miii – pronounced “Femi’ – naturally garners listeners with his melodic voice and vibrant guitar skills. The artist and producer, whose background in music comes from singing in a gospel choir, made waves with his debut single ‘Beautiful,’ since going on to collaborate with some lauded Irish acts, including Jafaris, Haresquead, Monjola and Moio.
Finding solace in creating music on love and heartbreak, the young producer has an impressive string of live appearances under his belt, including shows at Irish Music Week, Trinity Ball and Forbidden Fruit. F3miii has also featured on popular Spotify curated playlists such as Our Generation, Chilled Pop Hits and Alternative Ireland.
He recently released his captivating, self-produced single ‘FROM YOUR EYES,’ a smooth, lush track which explores perspective and mindfulness.
Tune into F3miii on the Hot Press Y&E Series tonight, Sunday November 5 at 7.00pm via the Hot Press Instagram (@hotpressmagazine) – supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
Catch the following acts performing this November:
Monday 6th: Plantain Papi
Hailing from North Dublin, Plantain Papi is a multifaceted artist and producer, popular for creatively infusing rap, afrobeat and pop sounds. Since sharing his first single in late 2017, he has gone on to garner radio play on stations across Ireland. A maverick behind the mixing desk, Plantain has produced for Tolu Makay, F3miii, Sophie Jane and MangoxMathman to name a few. Having sold out his first headline show at The Academy , Plantain Papi was chosen to perform at last year's Longitude Festival on the main stage, as well as at the 3Arena with international megastar Burna Boy.
Tuesday 7th: Chubby Cat
Possessing tracks that are creating waves in the UK & Ireland, and stamped with an unmistakable style of her own, Cork-born BIMM graduate Chubby Cat is one of the country’s forerunning electro-pop artists. Her songs have earned spins on stations both at home and abroad, including BBC 6 and Radio 1, and a host of Irish stations. An enigmatic performer, she's supported the likes of Crawlers and Tourist at sold-out Dublin shows, and appeared at the ever-popular Indiependence Festival in her native Cork.
Wednesday 8th: TeleZura
Hailing From Derry, TeleZura have broken out this year, with their unique capacity to funnel teenage emotion into artfully crafted anthems evident in their acclaimed debut single 'Heartfelt Summer'. The track received rave reviews and radio play across the country – a hugely convincing introduction to the hotly tipped newcomers, with the summer banger showcasing a young band with sharply honed songwriting skills and serious potential for a major mainstream breakthrough.
Thursday 9th: Emileo
Having been raised in Germany, Spain and Morocco, Emileo won the inaugural Sinead O'Connor BA Commercial Modern Music Scholarship of BIMM Dublin in 2020, the city where she currently resides. Known as a fearless and accomplished musician who delivers a remarkable kaleidoscope of sounds and imagery soaring with individuality and heart. She has supported artists such as Mundy and Tolü Makay and performed in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre and Cork’s Opera House as special guest to Tori Amos. She’s no stranger to the festival stage either, appearing at All Together Now and Electric Picnic. Most recently she organised the charity event ‘Music for Morocco’ and was able to raise 1500€ of donations for the victims of the earthquake epicentre.