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Scuti and Friends
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Image: Anne Tetzlaff

Nine Nights: Channel B

Scuti, Big Sick, Lori Asha, Peezly and D Wills take over GAIKA’s installation War Island, part of the Channel B exhibition, for a night of live music blending influences from across grime, drill and trap.
Big Sick is a London based artist that brings high energy levels to the game. Originating from South London, Big sick is well known for his hard-hitting bars and punchlines. 
Lori Asha is a 21-year-old Skindian warrior. Born of Indian elegance and raised with Scottish faculty. Singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer Lori Asha establishes folk and fairytales from a dystopian metropolis with a striking, captivating and refreshing narrative that rewards listeners with genuine emotion. 
Peezly is here to bring you that raw street sound. Originating from South London, he is keen to tell his story to the world through his art. 

D Wills, the South East London native, is a high-intensity artist and performer covering a variety of styles. Influenced by the grime and grit of the underground, witness the passion unfold as he sets to shake the room.
Scuti, the 21-year-old artist from South London, has been building buzz. Her unique style quickly captivates listeners and brings them into her world for a few minutes as they listen to her songs. In the last three years, Scuti has played nearly 50 shows.
This event forms part of the programme accompanying Nine Nights: Channel B

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Lori Asha
Big Sick
D Wills