Here at DIY, we’ve been teaming up with record label Big Indie for a new monthly live music night, the appropriately titled Big Indie Big Nights, where we put on a host of new artists that we’re very excited about indeed.
Taking place each month at Two Tribes Brewhouse and Tap Room, in Tileyard Studios, close to King’s Cross and DIY HQ, we’ll be putting on one band each month for the very reasonable price of £0.
South London four-piece Glossii may have only formed last year, but they’re well on their way to building up an impressive live show, offering up a set full of raw, gritty, punk-infused indie-rock that barely lets up in energy over the course of their thirty minute set.
Powered by the soaring vocals of Sofia Zanghirella, the band are big on crowd interaction, regularly encouraging the audience to dance, sing louder and, at one, point, all crouch down before leaping into the air. New single ‘Rockaway Runaway’ is a ferocious attack on the senses whereas ‘Headache’ is a pounding stab at a friendship gone wrong. Loud, seemingly at ease on stage and with a small but growing fan base to match their enthusiastic stage presence, Glossii may be a young band, but judging by tonight’s performance they’re off to a promising start.
For the next edition of Big Indie Big Nights, we’ll be joined by FOURS on 10th October. Tickets are free and available now.
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