open . source . create

london’s first open-source filmmaking experience featuring live music, performance and moving image has finished. Thankyou to everyone who attended and to all the acts who made it such an incredible night.

Our next event will be at The Book Club on the

 9th August 2017

for music acts, djs, sound artists and performers that are interested in presenting their work or performing please contact:  marcus@swhype.com

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Head over to our YouTube channel to view all the performances from the night.


Acts who performed at h264 #2
(Not in order of appearence):

Matt Perriment

Matt Perriment is an London based English singer/songwriter establishing himself originally on the South England festival scene, who began writing his folk / indie influenced music 6 years ago and has just released new material available to purchase online, or on request.

Matts next gig will take place on the 23rd August at the Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston, London



Seth Eltons

Returning to the stage for the first time in over a year, his song writing style owes a lot to classic artists like Dylan but vocally Elton’s performance is somewhere between Thom Yorke and Brand New’s more stripped down material.

 Billie Bouguard

Billy is a Folk singer-songwriter, who writes, plays and sings from the heart adding to it a blend of imagination and psyche that culminate to betray his own feelings to find the simple truth of storytelling. His enchanting sound is inspired by artists such as Neil Young, Bon Iver and Damien Rice.

Billie has just released a new EP available
to purchase on I-Tunes



Joe Caplin Aka. Joe Spoke Poems – Poet

Returning for a second time to h.264 we have Joe Caplin – an up-and-coming poet whose performed alongside Spoken Word London in the slam scene at Vogue Fabrics, East London. Joe stunned us last time to the point we just had to have him back!



Kayla Martell Feldman

Kayla Feldman is a director and writer who has performed at various spoken word nights in Leeds and London. Her writing is mainly focused on themes of feminism, mental health and identity.

Along side her spoken word, Kayla has been spending her time directing a new show which will be showing on the 28th-30th of June at the Karamel Club in wood Green, London

Don’t miss a chance to see these acts up close and personal at The Book Club, EC2.