Small Sessions Live

In 2016 we started the 'Småll Sessions Live' series in Berlin with the artists we love. We believe it is about time to present to you our favourite acts on stage. In 2017 we are happy to continue with four more events. Småll Sessions is a berlin based music channel for acoustic music. We have been producing acoustic sets with bands like Years & Years, Rhodes, Selah Sue and Honne. We have reached over two million views, so let’s take it to the next level together. We are teaming up with the good folk at Flux FM, Berlin [030] Mag & Sector3 Live Handpicked and found the perfect venue for our event: the Auster-Club in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg. The idea is simple: three artists – one stage - one night. This is the place to discover brand new music .

20.09.2017 | 20:00h

Auster Club Berlin
Pücklerstr. 34
10997 Berlin

Tickets: VVK 12,00 € zzgl. Gebühren | AK 15,00 €
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NoMBe (USA) ///

When he was 19, Noah McBeth went with his class on a trip from Germany to Las Vegas. He never returned. He left his home, family, and friends behind to follow his one true passion: music.

This year, as NoMBe, he unveils his album, a tribute to all of the women that might’ve even loved him.Reminiscent of a diary, NoMBe’s forthcoming debut album, “They Might’ve Even Loved Me ”, is a brutally honest account of family, romance, sex and heartbreak. His initial singles have already caught the ear of Pharrell, who said, „He makes music for the subconscious with colorful layers and unexpected water slides. He writes and produces dream sequences. Recently named the first ever Sirius XM Alt Nation „Critical Cut“ artist watch out for NoMBe to breakout this year leading up to his debut album release in January 2018.


Delicate, emotional, yet powerful songs, delivered beautifully from the minds of two incredible songwriters. Meadowlark are nothing short of outstanding. Spine tingling live performances, not to be missed!

Meadowlarks debut single ‘Eyes Wide’ in 2015 was added to BBC Radio 1’s Introducing playlist, XFM’s evening playlist and featured on Hype Machine’s Top 20. This lead to sessions on Dermot O’Leary’s BBC Radio 2 show, playing Glastonbury’s Introducing stage, as well as the Great Escape, MAMA festival in Paris, Dot to Dot (to name but a few!) This song also appeared on episodes of Vampire Diaries and Made in Chelsea.
In 2016 Meadowlark were embraced into the UK touring circuit to support the release of their 2nd EP ‘Paraffin’, and then later with their incredibly well received most recent single ‘Headlights’. Alongside this the band had another successful festival season which we are excited to build upon in 2017. Their summer Bushstock performance received a glowing review from Popped Music who said “their vocals never ever miss a note and you could hear a pin drop”.

With their debut album set for release this year through Believe Records campaign, 2017 is shaping up to be the best yet for Meadowlark.


Fraser Churchill was born to music. He grew up doing his homework in jazz clubs, watching his pianist dad rehearse and often falling asleep during concerts. He sang in gospel choirs led by his father, also a professor at London’s Royal Academy of Music, learning a song a day by ear only. In addition, his mother was a singer and guitarist.
Now 24 and a seasoned performer – Gary Barlow has noted his “great connection with an audience”, he has performed with Roger Hodgson of Supertramp and written with Boy George – Fraser is ready to release his new material. With his regular three-piece band, this year he recorded three new self-penned tracks – Talk About You, Day By Day and Amber Light – in just 12 hours at London’s Livingston studios.

They have gained over one hundred thousand views on Facebook, leading to an invitation to perform at the prestigious MUSEXPO in LA in April 2016 and, leading up to that, to Nashville to collaborate with some of the city’s best-known song writers, including Rivers Rutherford (Tim McGraw, Keith Urban), Steve McEwan (James Bay, Carrie Underwood) and Tommy Lee James (Taylor Swift, Martina McBride).