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JUST ANNOUNCED: FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Thursday 3rd November // Bongo Club, Edinburgh
Friday 4th November // Tunnels, Aberdeen
Doors 7PM // 14+
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JUST ANNOUNCED: THE BATHERS

The Bathers
Tuesday 18th October // Saint Luke’s, Glasgow
Wednesday 19th October // Electric Circus, Edinburgh
Doors 7PM // 18+
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After a fifteen year absence The Bathers return in 2016. The band, led by songwriter Chris Thomson, have reunited to play some shows ahead of a new record and the reissue of their back catalogue. Formed in 1985 after, Friends Again split up, the band released six critically acclaimed albums which saw them working with musicians from Liz Fraser to Belle and Sebastian. They feature regularly in greatest album polls and have been described as being "the best kept secret in Scottish music.”


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JUST ANNOUNCED: HONEYBLOOD

Honeyblood
Thursday 8th December // Saint Luke's Glasgow
Doors 7PM // 14+ (u16's with adult)
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JUST ANNOUNCED: SERATONES

Seratones
Monday 7th November // Broadcast, Glasgow
Doors 7PM // 18+
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Soulful, punky, garage rockers the Seratones play R&B-infused rock & roll that is both retro and modern at the same time. Their debut album, 'Get Gone', is full of great swinging guitar hooks, and frontwomam AJ Haynes soulful bluesy voice leads the charge. Check out the video for 'Necromancer' below.


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JUST ANNOUNCED: GUADALUPE PLATA + THE BONNEVILLES

Guadalupe Plata + The Bonnevilles
Wednesday 21st September // Broadcast Glasgow
Doors 7PM // 18+
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LAURA ST. JUDE ALBUM PREVIEW

Glasgow's Laura St. Jude will be performing a special one off show where her new album, set for release in early 2017, will be played in its entirety live.
Friday 12th August // Broadcast Glasgow
Doors 7PM // 18+
Free Entry // Facebook Event


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JUST ANNOUNCED: BABY STRANGE & WHITE CO-HEADLINE SHOW

BABY STRANGE + WHITE + THE NINTH WAVE + THE CUT
Friday 16th December // Glasgow O2 ABC
Doors 18:30 // 14+ (u 16's with adult)
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Pre-sale tickets available Wednesday 27th July 9AM and general sale Friday 29th July 9AM.

Dark, raw post-punk three-piece Baby Strange and exciting, electro-pop White are widely considered two of Scotland's hottest bands right now. They co-headline Glasgow's O2 ABC on Friday 16th December with support from The Ninth Wave and The Cut.

BABY STRANGE - 'Want It Need It':

WHITE - 'Living Fiction':
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JUST ANNOUNCED: ARC IRIS

Arc Iris
Sunday 30th October // Broadcast Glasgow
Doors 7pm // 14+ (u16's with an adult)
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MAILING LIST
SHOWS
August 2016
26Electric Fields Festival: Primal Scream, The Charlatans, Everything Everything, Wild Beasts, The Twilight Sad, Steve Mason & many moreDrumlanrig Castle
26LIONOIL present FYI Chris (Rye Wax)Sneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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30SWMRS + Dead! + Big Jesus + BrawlersBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Californian punk-rock band SWMRS return to the UK during a string of European tour dates later this year. The band released their angsty garage-rock debut album ‘Drive North’ earlier this year, and was produced by FIDLAR's Zac Carper.

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September 2016
1The Jayhawks + Ethan Johns with the Black Eyed DogsThe Art School
The Art School, Glasgow
The Jayhawks are an American alternative country and country rock band that emerged from the Twin Cities music scene during the mid-1980s. They have made music in 4 different decades and are as vital now as they were in 1985. They definitely have earned their reputation as a true American treasure.


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2James Lavelle presents: UNKLE SoundsSWG3
SWG3, Glasgow
Since the early Nineties James Lavelle has been on a global roller coaster ride. It’s taken him from being an obsessive 18 year old indie record label boss to the heart of corporate record company darkness and back to the light with an array of dynamic visual adventures based around the collective musical experience of his UNKLE project.

The UNKLE crew has been populated by a bunch of serious players who have made a massive impact on the UK music scene and beyond. Tim Goldsworthy set up DFA records, Nick Huggett signed Adele, M.I.A and Dizzee Rascal, Damian Taylor is Bjork’s right hand person, Cameron Craig is a Grammy winning engineer and Jim Abiss and Paul Epworth are both producers at the top the game – think: Adele, Kasabian, Plan B, Florence & The Machine. Another UNKLE veteran Toby Feltwell went on to run Bathing Ape and Billionaire Boys Club with Nigo and Pharrell.

Herein lies the journey of a hip hop, subway art, Massive Attack obsessed kid from Oxford. It’s been a wild and mind expanding journey. His focus is always on the future. Watch this space.




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3Sticky FingersO2 ABC
O2 ABC, Glasgow

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4The Parrots + The Orielles + Black Cat RevueBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Described by the NME as one of “the busiest, buzziest bands” at SXSW 2015, The Parrots is a fresh-from- college young garage-surf trio from Madrid, that’s Rausing a commotion in the garage-surf- punk scene this year. NME highlighted them first as Buzz Band of the Week and has kept on championing them after seeing their now legendary live show, and many other international media are following them closely now, with rave reviews on The Line of Best Fit, DIY, Pigeons & Planes, Gold Flake Paint, to name but a few.

2015 has seen their first recordings on Burger Records, the perfect home for them: a split 7” with their best friends Hinds and the cassette version of their new EP, which is also released on 10” vinyl and digital worldwide via Luv Luv Luv Records from London (home to Splashh, Spector, The Garden, Fat Whites, and managers of Florence + The Machine).

A new limited 7”, released via Shacklewell Records and comprising two live favourites taken from their original 2013 demo will come out this next fall.




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6Animal Collective + RattleO2 ABC
O2 ABC, Glasgow
14+ show (under 16's with an adult)




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7Sunflower Bean + CommunionsBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Sunflower Bean // The Brooklyn trio tackle big ideas and modern growing pains with their sweetly melodic, dreamy psych rock.

Communions // Danish band from the punk scene that brought us bands like Iceage. They ooze woozy, spangly, medolic Creation Records infused nostalgia.


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9The Lucid Dream + Filth SpectorBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
The Lucid Dream formed in Carlisle, Cumbria, in 2008. A string of sold-out 7"s was followed by the debut longer player, 'Songs Of Lies and Deceit', in August 2013. The album gained critical acclaim from Uncut, Q, Rocksound, Clash, Classic Rock Magazine, and leading French culture magazine, 'Les Inrocks', to name a few. The Lucid Dream are currently working on their 3rd album, to be released September 2016. The first single from it, 'Bad Texan', was released in March 2016. It received further acclaim from Clash and BBC 6 Music (Lauren Laverne 'headphones moment of the day'), as well as airplay from Gideon Coe and a 4th session repeat on the station within a year.

'Krautrock, no-wave, psych, dub...terrific... 8/10' [Uncut Mag]

'They're The Lucid Dream and I love them' [Stuart Maconie, BBC 6 Music]

'Tightly controlled, psychedelic guitar noise, 3/5/ [Q Mag]

'They're from Carlisle but sound like they're from LA' [Huey Morgan, BBC Radio 2]




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9Melting PotSneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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10*Sold Out* The Wedding Present – “Going, Going...” Audio-Visual TourThe Art School
The Art School, Glasgow
The Wedding Present will be releasing their widely anticipated ninth studio album on 2nd September 2016. 'Going, Going' will be a collection of twenty 'linked' tracks, each accompanied by a beautiful film.

Following it's release, the band will play five specially selected small venues across the UK in which they will perform 'Going, Going' in it's entirety, in front of a screen on to which the films will be projected.

This intimate concert will be seated.


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10TEESH presents RüF DugSneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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11NakedSneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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13Michele Stodart (The Magic NUmbers)Sneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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13NothingBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
People often wonder why Philadelphia's NOTHING are so damn loud. In the case of many artists, the volume stems from a preoccupation with negativity, misanthropy and the human condition. But while NOTHING's attitude lines up with these ideas, their personality isn't one that the band picked from a list of cliches. Instead, it's one that's been molded by the band's own experiences, from family troubles and personal tragedy to a string of bad luck that Murphy's Law would balk at. And that volume, rather than a selling point, is the only way the band has been able to translate the difficulty of real-life events into musical form.




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15Peter Hook & The Light perform SubstanceBarrowland Ballroom
Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
PETER HOOK & THE LIGHT ANNOUNCE DEBUT CONCERTS OF NEW 2016 TOUR PERFORMING 'SUBSTANCE - JOY DIVISION & NEW ORDER'.

Peter Hook & The Light have announced plans to perform both of Joy Division & New Order's 'Substance' records live & in their entireties together for the first time ever.

The debut shows will take place in Glasgow Barrowlands.


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16The Lucid DreamSneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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16Baby Strange + Sahara + The Un-RomanticsBuskers
Buskers, Dundee

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17Section 25 + Natalie PryceBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Formed in Blackpool (Great Britain) by brothers Larry and Vin Cassidy in 1978. Section 25 were initially mentored by Joy Division, and went on to record four albums for Factory Records between 1980 and 1986. The first of these, Always Now, combined post-punk textures with spacey psychedelia, produced by Martin "Zero" Hannett. Their third, From The Hip, produced in 1984 by New Order's Bernard Sumner, explored electro terrain, and spawned the oft-sampled techno hit Looking From A Hilltop.

Now recognized as a leading genre band, Section 25 continue to play across the UK,Europe and America. The band contributed three tracks to the Warners/Rhino box set Factory Records: Communications 1978-1992, while the oft re-issued From The Hip was lauded as one of 1000 Albums To Hear Before You Die by The Guardian newspaper. The group also feature prominently in recent definitive Factory biography Shadowplayers.




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17Baby Strange + The Mona LisasPJ Molloys
PJ Molloys, Dunermline

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18Junius Meyvant + LaishBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Júníus Meyvant is the artist name of Vestmann Islands born singer-songwriter Unnar Gísli Sigurmundsson. As a young boy he was an eccentric to a small degree and he only loved two things, skateboarding and painting. Every now and then he asked the Muses if he should learn to play an instrument but his wild and free behavior terminated his dreams as he was quickly suspended out of music school. All through his teens he rambled on without even considering becoming a musician or even playing any instrument.

In his early twenties Unnar stumbled upon a beat up guitar at his parents’ house and started noodling around. By playing the guitar he managed to tame his inner beast and his sense for songs and melodies burst like rockets. The uncontrollable urge for writing music and constant flow of ideas kept him tossing and turning every night and day forever and a day. For a while he filtered his ideas through a band that didn’t live up to his creative requirements so he decided to undertake his alter ego Júníus Meyvant.

The sound of Júníus Meyvant is a rich and afflicted take on freaky folk pop with a familiar and soulful feel. The feeling you get from listening to Júníus equally as comfortable as resting under a thick wool blanket with a hot cup of cocoa in or even when one settles with an exotic beverage on a hot sandy beach far and away.


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18Baby Strange + The Cut + BluebirdsElectric Circus
Electric Circus, Edinburgh
Glasgow punk trio Baby Strange release debut album 'Want It Need It' on 2nd September and to celebrate, they'll be playing some special shows. Doors 7PM. 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).

16th Sep - Dundee, Buskers
17th Sep - Dunfermline, PJ Molloy’s
18th Sep - Edinburgh, Electric Circus
22nd Sep - Inverness, Mad Hatters
23rd Sep - Aberdeen, The Tunnels
24th Sep - Falkirk, Warehouse
28th Sep – London, The Camden Assembly
30th Sep – Manchester, Sound Control

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20Miranda Lee RichardsBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow

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21Guadalupe Plata + The BonnevillesBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Make no mistake - the music of Guadalupe Plata derives from the murkiest of depths. Channelling red hot passion for the blues into Hispanic roots, theirs is a sound that lingers in the sunset like a voodoo curse. The band’s unique blues sits like a cowboy soundtrack pulled from a zombie’s grasp by the Mississippi Blues greats, Os Mutantes, and Jon Spencer.


It is a pounding sound, blending blues, bebop and rockabilly to the Andalusian tradition, which draws from Romany, Sephardic and Moorish strains of music. Lyrically casting spells via a curious mythology centred around dogs, the devil, Christ, rats, black snakes and cats, where all the lovers are Frankie and Johnny. It bewitches listeners who may have never walked Úbeda's mean streets, as it is possessed by the sense of space, sex and the magic of the night which belongs to both rock'n'roll and blue-collar folk art.


THE BONNEVILLES: Folk Art & The Death Of Electric Jesus is the long awaited new album from Belfast based punk blues duo The Bonnevilles. Andrew McGibbon Jnr and Christopher McMullan, respectively a deeply soulful vocalist, delta surfing guitarist and powerhouse drumming man-mountain, who have earned a reputation as one of the most incendiary live acts in the country. Their sound is described as "Hound Dog Taylor and RL Burnside using Black Sabbath’s equipment" (Trash City).


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23Baby Strange + Sweet White + Cook DoTunnels Aberdeen
Tunnels Aberdeen, Aberdeen
Glasgow punk trio Baby Strange release debut album 'Want It Need It' on 2nd September and to celebrate, they'll be playing some special shows. Doors 7PM. 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).

16th Sep - Dundee, Buskers
17th Sep - Dunfermline, PJ Molloy’s
18th Sep - Edinburgh, Electric Circus
22nd Sep - Inverness, Mad Hatters
23rd Sep - Aberdeen, The Tunnels
24th Sep - Falkirk, Warehouse
28th Sep – London, The Camden Assembly
30th Sep – Manchester, Sound Control

Watch the video for the title track below:




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23Baby Strange + The RagazziMadhatters
Madhatters, Inverness

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24Baby Strange + Pleasure HeadsWarehouse Falkirk
Warehouse Falkirk, Falkirk
Glasgow punk trio Baby Strange release debut album 'Want It Need It' on 2nd September and to celebrate, they'll be playing some special shows. Doors 7PM. 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).

16th Sep - Dundee, Buskers
17th Sep - Dunfermline, PJ Molloy’s
18th Sep - Edinburgh, Electric Circus
22nd Sep - Inverness, Mad Hatters
23rd Sep - Aberdeen, The Tunnels
24th Sep - Falkirk, Warehouse
28th Sep – London, The Camden Assembly
30th Sep – Manchester, Sound Control

Watch the video for the title track below:




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25PSYCH SUNDAY II with Cavern of Anti-MatterBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
PSYCH SUNDAY II with Cavern of Anti-Matter & more acts TBA.


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26The MoonlandingzBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Outsider, Ouija psych pop super group, The Moonlandingz. The part-fictional studio project featuring members of the Fat White Family and Sheffield audio electronic taxidermists, the Eccentronic Research Council, bring their “Ultimate Realism Tour” to the UK this Summer.

Fat White Family frontman, Lias Saoudi relishes the thought of hitting the road with The Moonlandingz and becoming his alter Ego , Johnny Rocket, but what can we expect from the live shows? “A brief look at the world as it actually is. This is the ‘Ultimate Realism Tour'. These shows will take the futile embarrassment that is contemporary British life and embrace it relentlessly, passionately, pathetically!!” says Saoudi.




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27Colleen Green & Cassie RamoneBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow


This latest collection of songs follows a newly 30-year-old Green as she carefully navigates a minefield of emotion. Her firm belief in true love is challenged by the inner turmoil caused by entering modern adulthood, but that doesn’t mean that her faith is defeated. With a nod to her heroes, sentimental SoCal punks The Descendents, Green too wonders what it will be like when she gets old. Throughout songs such as “Some People,” “Deeper Than Love,” and the illustrative title track, the listener has no choice but to feel the sympathetic growing pains of revelatory maturation and the anxieties that come along with it.

Sonically the album is a major change for the LA-based songwriter, who has come to be known for her homemade recordings and merchandise. Her past offerings have been purely Green; testaments to her self-sufficiency and, perhaps, trepidation. This time, she’s got a little help from her friends: the full band heard here includes JEFF the Brotherhood’s Jake Orrall and Diarrhea Planet’s Casey Weissbuch, who collaborated with Green over ten days at Sputnik Sound in Nashville, TN.

I Want to Grow Up is an experience, not unlike life: questioning, learning, taking risks. And in true CG fashion, a quote from a beloved 90s film seems the perfect summation: ”Understanding is reached only after confrontation.”

"TV" Official Video - https://youtu.be/O2VUAi-sIYM


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30The KillsO2 ABC
O2 ABC, Glasgow
Tickets now on sale via See Tickets, pclpresents.com, Tickets Scotland, Ripping Records and the O2 ABC Box Office.

"The Kills have unveiled the second music video from their highly anticipated fifth album, Ash & Ice. “Heart Of A Dog” premiered on the Coachella festival live stream immediately before the band’s blistering energetic performance on Friday evening. The video was directed by Sophie Muller who has worked with the band in the past (“U.R.A Fever,” “Cheap and Cheerful,” “Last Days of Magic” and “Satellite”). Ash & Ice will be released on June 3rd through Domino.

The band adds: We are very very especially pleased to release our new music video for “Heart of A Dog!” It was shot all day and into the night in Los Angeles by our dear friend, the tremendous talent, Sophie Muller. We love this video. Muscle cars and backflips. Palms trees and cacti. Dogs and dice. Neon and sunshine. We hope you love it as much as we do. VROOM VROOM. Love, The Kills. "


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30Teen Canteen, BoohoohooSneaky Pete's
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

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October 2016
2Beth Orton + BrodkaSaint Lukes
Saint Lukes , Glasgow
* Tickets go on sale Friday 27th May at 10AM*

Beth Orton has been one of the most unique and beguiling voices in music for the past two decades. Her debut LP - Trailer Park - pioneered a synthesis of electronic and acoustic songs to huge acclaim. The follow up - Central Reservation - brought international success and the Brit Award for best British female. Further albums like the Jim O’Rourke produced Comfort of Strangers and 2012’s Sugaring Seasondeepened the breadth of her craft (Sugaring Season was described by Pitchfork as "ten songs of sweet resilience delivered by a voice of seemingly effortless expression”). Kidsticks is Beth’s sixth album.




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3Red Fang w/ Torche & God DamnThe Garage
The Garage, Glasgow
The Portland metallers, who are readying the follow up to ‘Whales & Leeches’ for an autumn release on Relapse, will be joined by Torche and God Damn for shows in Brighton, London, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Southampton.




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3BronchoBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Blasted grassland, the thin ribbon line of the freeway unspooling beneath wheels, skies stretched wide between mountaintop. It is dream music, foggy, atmospheric, the melodies you hear while you gazing out through fingerprint smeared windows into a constantly moving, metamorphing – landscape…. It makes sense then, that BRONCHO, born out of out a film project, its initial incarnation sparked when founder Ryan Lindsey was asked to create music, “to set to an early 80s punk film.” “That’s all I knew about it,” he remembers, “they were looking for songs that touched this era. And songs kept coming to me and turned something on inside of me artistically.” Lindsey found himself in the midst of prolific run of songs and he liked the idea “of starting out there and seeing where it could go.”.




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5White Denim + Syd ArthurO2 ABC
O2 ABC, Glasgow
Frantic and freewheeling indie rock combo White Denim hail from Austin, Texas, where bandmates Josh Block (drums), Steve Terebecki (bass), and James Petralli (guitars, vocals) first set up shop in 2005. All three members were veterans of the Austin scene; Block and Petralli had previously played together in the alt-rock band Parque Torche, while Terebecki was a member of Peach Train. Drawing from a number of punk and garage rock influences, the group fashioned a hard-hitting sound with crunchy guitar riffs and frantic energy. Let's Talk About It, a 7" EP, marked the band's studio debut in 2007. After releasing another EP in 2008, the group retooled many of its older songs for Explosion, White Denim's first full-length release. The band had amassed a sizable audience in the U.K. by this point, prompting the sophomore album Fits to hit British shores several months before its American release in October 2009. The following year, the group expanded its lineup to include second guitarist Austin Jenkins, and shortly afterwards self-released Last Day of Summer as a way for the bandmembers to clear out song ideas they'd been bouncing around for the past four years. In 2011, White Denim released their fourth full-length album, D, on Downtown Records. The following year they fleshed out their sound with fourth member Austin Jenkins (guitar) and embarked on a tour with Wilco. After some late-night conversations, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy agreed to lend a hand in the production of their fifth full-length release, Corsicana Lemonade, which was released in late 2013. The band quickly followed up with The Pretty Green EP in 2014. In 2015, Josh Block and Austin Jenkins left the lineup, and James Petralli and Steve Terebecki recruited two new members to take their places, guitarist Jonathan Horne and drummer Jeffrey Olson. The new edition of White Denim went into the studio with producer Ethan Johns and returned with their sixth full-length album, Stiff, released in March 2016.


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5FEWSBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow
Shadowy noise-pop group FEWS are a Swedish-based/American-fronted quartet who operate largely out of the U.K. Their first sinlge, 'ILL' in 2015 introduced their propulsive post-punk and Krautrock-inspired style and was followed up a year later by 'The Zoo'. Their debut album MEANS is out now!

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6GUNBuskers
Buskers, Dundee
GUN have announced a headline UK tour taking place in October. This will be their first full tour reunited with original Guitarist Alex Dickson. The band recently announced Alex was returning, playing his comeback show at Glasgow’s Stag & Dagger Festival, which the Scottish Sun called “Effortless class”, while the Sunday Mail called the show “breath-taking” and “a real highlight”.

The October headline tour is preceded by some summer dates including Camden Rocks in London and Party at the Palace in August. GUN’s Jools Gizzi says: “Alex was an integral part of the band during the 'Gallus' era and featured on GUN's biggest hit 'Word Up', which appeared on the 'Swagger' album. His phenomenal guitar playing always made a massive impact at live shows and we really can't wait for you all to see him play live again. We've been working away in the studio, writing for the next GUN album. We can't wait for the fans to hear the new material.”


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6HoneybloodElectric Circus
Electric Circus, Edinburgh
Glasgow noise pop due Honeyblood are back this year with a new record and will embark on an intimate tour of smaller UK venues. Despite their minimal setup, Honeyblood’s songs are fully formed and perfectly assured. With nothing extraneous, their music is driven through tightly-bound instrumentals and laced with the sheer strength and beauty of Stina’s voice. The songs resonate with deep melodic hooks and the kind of uncomplicated charm that’ve drawn contemporary comparisons to the likes of the Dum Dum Girls, as well as the strident delivery of Jenny Lewis. The band also tellingly cite the darker currents of The Breeders, PJ Harvey and Throwing Muses as lifelong influences.




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6Thomas CohenBroadcast
Broadcast, Glasgow

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7GUNLa Belle Angele
La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
GUN have announced a headline UK tour taking place in October. This will be their first full tour reunited with original Guitarist Alex Dickson. The band recently announced Alex was returning, playing his comeback show at Glasgow’s Stag & Dagger Festival, which the Scottish Sun called “Effortless class”, while the Sunday Mail called the show “breath-taking” and “a real highlight”.

The October headline tour is preceded by some summer dates including Camden Rocks in London and Party at the Palace in August. GUN’s Jools Gizzi says: “Alex was an integral part of the band during the 'Gallus' era and featured on GUN's biggest hit 'Word Up', which appeared on the 'Swagger' album. His phenomenal guitar playing always made a massive impact at live shows and we really can't wait for you all to see him play live again. We've been working away in the studio, writing for the next GUN album. We can't wait for the fans to hear the new material.”


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7Gabriel BruceFlying Duck
Flying Duck, Glasgow

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8GUNThe Lemon Tree
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
GUN have announced a headline UK tour taking place in October. This will be their first full tour reunited with original Guitarist Alex Dickson. The band recently announced Alex was returning, playing his comeback show at Glasgow’s Stag & Dagger Festival, which the Scottish Sun called “Effortless class”, while the Sunday Mail called the show “breath-taking” and “a real highlight”.

The October headline tour is preceded by some summer dates including Camden Rocks in London and Party at the Palace in August. GUN’s Jools Gizzi says: “Alex was an integral part of the band during the 'Gallus' era and featured on GUN's biggest hit 'Word Up', which appeared on the 'Swagger' album. His phenomenal guitar playing always made a massive impact at live shows and we really can't wait for you all to see him play live again. We've been working away in the studio, writing for the next GUN album. We can't wait for the fans to hear the new material.”


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