Mystery Jets help launch ‘Dragons Den’ style website for youth music projects

Lottery funded LiveUnltd site lets 11-25 bid for cash to fund new projects

Mystery Jets were among the acts who helped launch a new “Dragon Den” style website in London last night (April 28).

The band who have just finished recording new album ‘Serotonin’, performed live at the launch party for LiveUnltd at the Central club in the capital.

The website for the lottery funded initiative, which offers a”‘Dragons Den style” platform for young people to bid to make their music-based projects a reality.

Anyone aged 11-25 can apply for up to £2,000 funding for their new ideas. See for more information.

BBC Radio 1‘s Nihal and 1xtra‘s Twin B and Shook 1 also made appearances at the event, withJim Screech and The Petebox & Maverick Sabre also played live.