Ellie Dixon

Date:Mon 10 Oct 2022
Time:7pm (doors)
Venue:J2 (standing show)

Labelled as an "indie pop wunderkind" by Avro Telvanni, Cambridge-born 22-year-old Ellie Dixon creates self-produced, punchy bops with groove and a sense of humour.

Producing from her bedroom studio, she has created her own brand of self-aware alt-pop described by She Wolf as "pop music with brains". Dixon fuses her bespoke blend of indie pop, rap, jazz and R&B as she expresses life lessons and frustrations through witty lyrics and earworm melodies. Influences include; Easy Life, Still Woozy, BENEE and Anderson .Paak while oozing with her own personality, creativity and a love for the unconventional. Both her musical versatility and self-made, joyous visuals have been catching the ears and eyes of many, landing her Spotify editorial play-listing, radio play on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music, and backing from distributor CD Baby.

In the last year, Dixon has taken the online world by storm. Dedicating her time towards growing her online platform has seen her following skyrocket - in the last 3 months alone she has increased her following by 250k on Tik Tok and 15k on Instagram. She has been attracting attention for her highly engaging and personality-fuelled videos ranging from harmony layering to production challenges. She released her single 'Space Out!' in July 2020 which received overwhelming support and has now reached 300k Spotify streams. She then released her single 'Sucker' in February 2021 which has already had airplay from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and featured on Spotify's 'New Pop UK' playlist. This is her second single in the run-up to an EP dropping this summer.

"A massive alt-pop banger!"
Gemma Bradley, BBC Radio 1

‘Ellie Dixon Never ceases to amaze me’
Ellen Ellard, BBC Radio Cambridge

‘She gives me a lot of hope for the future of music’
Kate Carrau, She Wolf Review

‘She takes quirky craftsmanship to the next level’
The Greater Good Review

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.


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J2 has flat floor access.

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