Deezer will celebrate its 1st birthday in the UK with a special party at London’s Hospital Club this Tuesday 10 October. The night will feature live performances from Deezer’s specially curated line-up – Villagers (exclusive acoustic performance), Slow Club and The Staves.

The exclusive gig will be streamed online around the world allowing Deezer users in 91 territories to watch the performances live on or from their mobile phones on from 18:30 - 20:00 GMT on Tuesday 10 October.

To be in with a chance of seeing these three special artists in the intimate setting of London’s Hospital Club studio, a ticket competition is now open for Deezer UK subscribers here:

Conor O’ Brien’s Villagers have garnered critical acclaim since the release of their first EP in 2009. Their debut album ‘Becoming a Jackal’ scored several award nominations including the Mercury Prize and the title track won an Ivor Novello Award for the Best Song Musically and Lyrically. A new album, ‘{Awayland}’ is due out in January. Sheffield boy-girl duo Slow Club are defined by sweet harmonious hooks and rockabilly beats. Their second studioalbum ‘Paradise’, released in September last year, generated widespread praise from music critics for its melodic and lyrical sensibility combined with bold and dark tones. Folk rock newcomers The Staves are adored for their beautiful harmonies, acoustic gentleness and flawless sound. Their debut album ‘Dead & Born & Grown is due for release next month.

Mark Foster, MD of Deezer UK and Ireland said, “Since launching in the UK last September, Deezer has remained committed to bringing the best of new music and content to music fans across the country. We are thrilled to be celebrating our first birthday with a gig featuring a stellar line-up of UK and Irish acts and to give our loyal users, not only in UK and Ireland but across Deezer’s 91 territories, the opportunity to watch the gig live from their very own screens, wherever they are”.