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Sage Gateshead

Thursday 16 February 2023   |   8:00pm
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From The Glasshouse #9

featuring Yaatri, Cosial and Black Moss

From the Glasshouse |  Yaatri

Part of From The Glasshouse

Part of Jazz

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Sage Two

From the Glasshouse brings you a garden of musical delights including homegrown talent, wildflowers from further afield, and brand new music which has been lovingly nurtured in our iconic glass building.

Expect special one-off performances, intimate sets, the occasional surprise guest and a cosy and relaxed feel. Offering up a place for you to discover your new favourite artist from folk to pop and everything in between.

This month’s leafy line-up features Leeds-based quintet Yaatri, 18-year-old musician making a splash in the bedroom-pop genre Cosial, and North East guitar duo Black Moss.

This series of gigs has ‘pay what you decide’ for seats on all levels of Sage Two so you can choose how much you pay for your ticket. For a seat nearer the stage and a candlelit table to pop your drink on, select Cabaret seating – perfect for a casual live music experience. Don’t worry, we won’t ask you to perform as part of a cabaret!

This gig is programmed by Sage Gateshead’s Young Programmers Group. Established online during 2021, the 15 members of the group (aged 16-25) are working on events that will highlight and champion local talent and bring diverse, innovative and exciting artists to our stages.

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Yaatri

Yaatri

Influenced by the momentum of the rhythms of India, immersive timbres of electronic music, and energy of rock’n’roll, Leeds-based quintet Yaatri’s blend of complex composition and ethereal soundscapes captivates the heart as well as the mind.

Raised in 10 countries around the world by Indian/American parents, Yaatri was born of a desire to explore guitarist Liam Narain DeTar’s cultural identity with an emphasis on his South Asian heritage.

The quintet have rapidly gained a reputation for being among the most forward-thinking and unique creative forces in the North of England, receiving praise from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6, Jamie Cullum, Rolling Stone Magazine India, Jamz Supernova’s Selector Radio, Jazz FM (plays, interviews, playlist), British Airways, and more.

“Beautiful melting pot… If you liked Hiatus Kaiyote, these guys might be up your street” – Sian Eleri, BBC Radio 1

“…an absolute masterclass in multicultural modern jazz” – 45 x RPM

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Cece

Cosial

Cosial is an upcoming 18-year-old musician making a splash in the bedroom-pop genre. With her debut in February 2022, Cosial caught the attention of the likes of BBC introducing, Amazing Radio, and gigs across the local music scene such as Twisterella and Heelapalooza.

Cosial has been writing songs since she was 11 years old, constantly evolving and adapting as she moves through her young adult years. Her lyricism touches on the thoughts and feelings that accompany this – the breaking, the healing, and the general messiness of it all.

“Freshness, innocence and assurance” – ArtsCulture

“Alt-pop gorgeousness” – ListenWivMonger

“One of the most up and coming and exciting artists at the moment” – Jordan Blyth, BBC Introducing Teesside

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Black Moss

Black Moss

Black Moss are a guitar duo from the North East, specialising in abstract storytelling and sharing intimate pictures of memories, Mollie’s soul steeped vocals entwine with Jimmy’s explorative guitar playing.

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Thursday 16 February 2023

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