Columbia @ Broadcast
Saturday 26th of February, classic underground venue Broadcast saw the up and coming scousers, Columbia perform!. With 3 crazy acts from all over Scotland as support, the gig was intense. Although, if you arent one for sweating and bumping shoulders, personal space could be found near the bar (guess where I stood)...
Port Glasgow indie singer, Ryan Philips opened up the stage with his upbeat covers. Making sure to warm up the crowd, Philips performed hits such as ‘Took A Pill in Ibiza’ by pop sensation Mike Posner. Keeping his set short and sweet, the crowd was surely ready for the night to continue.
Next up, are old friends of MusicStyleUndecided and alt-rock legends, Stereo Fire. Unfortunately, lead vocals were a little bit disturbed due to illness but that did not stop a fire show from being performed. Replacing some original tunes with absolute belters to get the crowd involved, Stereo Fire showed that nothing can hold them back!
The Phantom Project quickly got to work in performing original tracks. After an insane gig with Columbia in their home city, Edinburgh, the guys were itching to bring their show to Glasgow. The dark rock band is a blend of The Killers and Royal Blood. Greatness.
Following 3 insanely talented acts is Liverpool lads, Columbia. A 5-piece who recently released their weird and wonderful EP ‘The Potion’. Having a natural talent for talking to the crowd, everyone was dancing, bobbing their heads, and tapping their feet. Singles ‘Livin A Lie’ and ‘The Potion’ were received by Glaswegians like a round of jager bombs!