Roddy Frame
Aberdeen Music Hall - Monday 1st December 2014
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall - Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Urgent: Clint Mansell cancelation
We are sad to report that due to unforeseen circumstances, Clint Mansell will be unable to perform at the Old Fruitmarket tomorrow night (Tuesday 14th October).

'Due to unforeseen personal circumstances, it is with a heavy heart that I now can't make my show in Glasgow on Tuesday 14th October. Please accept my most sincere apologies. I will reschedule as soon as possible. Please contact point of purchase for information about refunds.'

We hope to announce details of a rescheduled date soon, all original tickets will be valid for any rescheduled date. If you wish to seek a refund, they are available from point of purchase.

Just Announced: Hamilton Leithauser
Following turns at Green Man and End of the Road (w/ The Gene Clark No Other Band), Hamilton Leithauser – lead singer of The Walkmen - performs his debut solo Scottish show on November 12th, playing Edinburgh Electric Circus. Touring as a duo, and playing tracks from his debut solo album, Black Hours.

Tickets available now here.

Ryan Adams returns to play Edinburgh Usher Hall
After a triumphant show at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow last month, Ryan Adams has not waited long to announce details of his return to Scotland, and is set to play at the Edinburgh Usher Hall, on Tuesday 24th February, 2015.

Tickets go on general sale, this coming Friday 10th October, at 9AM.

J Mascis announces Glasgow show
Dinosaur Jr frontman J Mascis has announced details of a return to Glasgow, and is set to perform at the Glasgow Art School on 17th January, 2015.

J Mascis’ upcoming full length, Tied to a Star, the follow up to his acclaimed Sub Pop debut Several Shades of Why, will be available on CD / LP / DL August 25th in. America.

Milky Chance 2015 Tour
Just Announced: Milky Chance - Glasgow O2 ABC - Saturday 7th February 2015.

After a summer of festivals and sold out shows Milky Chance announce a show at the Glasgow O2 ABC. Tickets will be available from from 9am this Friday.

The War On Drugs announce huge Edinburgh headline date at the Usher Hall.
With their upcoming November tour having long-since sold-out, including a date at Glasgow ABC on November 8th. 2014's breakout success story THE WAR ON DRUGS have just announced news of an 8-date UK tour for February 2015 including a performance at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh. The tickets go on-sale this Friday at 9am.

THE WAR ON DRUGS recently unveiled a video for 'Under The Pressure', the majestic opening track from Lost In The Dream. The sweeping video presents aesthetics the ‘Drugs have become known for throughout their career revealing both a broad and intimate look at a band.

Critical acclaim for Lost In The Dream, out now on Secretly Canadian:

‘One of 2014’s truly great records… The perfect Americana road trip.’ NME – 9/10

‘A sublime journey… Its no small feat to make rock music sound this fresh nowadays. Amid the hordes of bands pulling the same old tired moves, thanks God for The War On Drugs' Time Out – 5 Stars *****

‘A huge triumph… Widescreen, exhilarating, Springsteen-esque rock ’n’ roll… It’s clear that this is the band’s breakthrough moment.’ Evening Standard – 5 Stars *****

‘A magnificent musical voyage… An early contender for the upper reaches of those end-of-year lists.’ The Sun - 5 Stars *****

‘Granduciel is a master of slowly shifting textures… Imagine Bob Dylan singing Tom Petty songs, backed by a combination of Avalon-era Roxy Music and the E Street Band.’ Sunday Times (Album of the Week)

‘Gorgeous, fully realised third from Adam Granduciel’s ambient rockers.’ Uncut – 8/10

‘“Everything is delivered with a wondrous sadness... It’s a record for dusk, for dawn, and for all the dark corners in which you might find yourself in between.” Q Magazine - 4 Stars ****

‘Right to the final note Lost In The Dream is a triumph of emotive feel and detail.” MOJO - 4 Stars ****

‘Adam Granduciel combines 80s-style rock with 70s kosmische music. Imagine Neu! covering Dancing In The Dark.’ The Guardian – 4 Stars ****

‘Combines the narrative style of 70s Dylan with the sonic clarity of 80s pop-rock and the narcotic haze of psychedelia… An album that gets deeper on each listen.’ The Times – 4 Stars ****

‘Adam Granduciel’s Philly road fetishists drew cult acclaim before, but their hybrid of US road-rock, Krautrock and drone textures is more confident in range and purpose here.’ Independent On Sunday – 4 Stars ****

‘Lost In The Dream maintains a kind of motorik languor throughout, turning 80s arena rock into something much more intriguing’ The Observer – 4 Stars ****