Goldsmiths Freshers Week 0 Massive Saturday night out presented by Johnny Sparkle
LONGY live on stage + special guests + Christopher Lloyd Hayden (Florence & The Machine) DJ set in the back bar and DJ Deacon Rose of Xfm Radio http://www.xfm.co.uk/radio/deacon-rose/ in the front bar!
Johnny Sparkle are proud to present yet another one of their famous box socials, on the last and biggest night of Goldsmiths freshers week. With FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE’S, Christopher lloyd hayden, pumping out the best Indie and Brit pop bangers till the early hours, a *FREE TATTOO GIVE AWAY* courtesy of skin & ink Tattoos and a duel head line live show from Longy and Moones this is the only way to end Your Freshers Week.
FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE’S, CHRISTOPHER LOYDE HAYDEN DJ SET
“Will LONGY be the next Rolling Stones?”
- The Telegraph
“DEMO OF THE YEAR (2013)”
HE REALLY IS FRIGHTENINGLY TALENTED. ALL THE MAJOR LABELS ARE SNIFFING AROUND”
- XFM (Eddy Temple-Morris)
THIS MAY BE THE I SAW HIM BEFORE HE WAS FAMOUS’ GIG IL BE BRAGGING ABOUT TO MY FRIENDS IN A YEARS TIME”
- Loose Lips
Fresh off the festival circuit playing Secret Garden Party, Brownstock and many more. LONGY was even rumored to play a headline Pyramid stage show at this years Glastonbury.
Appearing as if out of nowhere at the end of last year, this anonymous busker has whipped up a frenzy of rumor, intrigue and praise in equal measure and well in our opinion one of the best artists you will see all year, and trust us its cheaper than its going to be at Wembely.
Longy: Love Schizophrenia
With their brand new interactive light show Moones promise to put on an unforgettable live show. With songs that focus on executing a series of strategic decisions and actions specifically designed to infiltrate and evolve the collective consciousness of our human species.This incredible 3 piece: Laurent Barnard – the founder of the successful punk rock band GALLOWS. Tariq Khan – the brother of Natasha Khan (also known as BAT FOR LASHES) and Ollie Kristian – the son of a Seeker (New) & ex-member of acoustic pop stars The Leisure Society are a band not to be missed.
Moones; Better Energy
And if they get carried away it will sound more like this…
“White Room are definitely one to watch, and in lead singer Jake they have got a great young vocalist.” PAUL WELLER
Formally known as The Basis, this young five piece from Brighton have recently supported the likes of Paul Weller and Miles Kane and are clearly a band to look out for over the next year. With great energy, tight playing and boundless enthusiasm, a bass player with funky slapping creative balance, dual electric guitar textures and a lead singer, Jake, with all the intensity of a young Ian Curtis these boys are sure to get the party started.
White Room: Delay
JacksonsWarehouse formed in 2004 and after having worked hard to get a record deal they released ‘Hotel by the Sea’ with SX Records.
The band received great reviews and an unexpected amount of radio play on XFM, Radio 6 and receiving ‘Track of the week’ status on many student radio’s culminating in a successful tour of Scotland and the North of England as well as expanding an ever growing fan base around Essex and London.
Jackson Warehouse: Hotel by the sea
NOT THE FUTURE:
A three-piece band based in London, Not the Future draw on many different genres and influences to create their signature sound, delivered through their propulsive live shows that have already seen them supporting many established and up-and-coming acts across the capital.
YOUNG AND THE BLUE:
Formed initially by three delinquents in Newcastle (as The Seagulls) Young and the Blue now consists of David James Blakeley (vocals and guitar), Adam Fox (keyboard), Lewis Youl (bass and vocals), Jack Yetton (drums and cake baking) and Dan Thompson (lead guitar). Based in North London YATB are widely considered to be the best band ever, below you can read praise from a number of their peers:
“I’ve never heard of them” – Mick Jagger
“Frankly my shits have more talent” – Billy Joe Armstrong
“I prefer seagulls” – Slash
£4 Goldsmiths Students
£7 General admission