The indie rock acts Glambat, Perennial, and Addy Edward heat up the winter at Best Video Performance Space on Friday, Jan. 10, starting at 7:30 PM. The cover is a sliding scale of $5-10 (pay what you can in that range).
Glambat is a New Haven indie-folk band lead by Emily Alderman (vocals, guitar), creating sultry tunes for your listening pleasure.
Perennial is the new sound of the avant-garde. Hailing from New England, the art punk band’s debut album was entitled “The Symmetry of Autumn Leaves.” Their performances are brief, sharp, and ecstatic. Their influences include The Creation, Otis Redding, and The Raincoats. Their most recent release—a cassette on Redscroll Records—is “Food for Hornets.”
Addy Edward is the musical moniker of Adam Bensen. Addy weaves traditional and electronic sounds into deeply personal songs. His self-recorded album “Picture of Youth,” a compilation of songs written and recorded over the span of 8 years, was released in April, 2018, followed quickly by his “Sedative Gentleman [EP].