Future Islands
Monday 11th June, Aberdeen Beach Ballroom
Tuesday 12th June, Inverness Ironworks
Thursday 14th June, Edinburgh Usher Hall
Friday 15th June, Greenock Town Hall


Wednesday 23rd May ● Garage G2 Glasgow

Peach Pit was brought to life in 2016 with the release of their now coveted debut EP, “Sweet F.A” (F.A. meaning “fuck all”, after lead singer Neil Smith's love for the lazy life). Originating in Vancouver, Canada, the group formed when high school pals, Smith and Chris Vanderkooy, decided to collaborate on a musical project. Peter Wilton and Mikey Pascuzzi joined them on bass and drums creating their "chewed bubblegum pop" sound. .”

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22.05.2018 Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow

23.05.2018 Alhambra Theatre Dunfermline

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10.06.2018 O2 Academy Glasgow

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Electric Fields Festival 2018 line up announcement!

Electric Fields is back for their fifth birthday, and it's bigger than ever. The 2018 edition of the festival at Drumlanrig Castle will take place on Thu 30 Aug, Fri 31 Aug and Sat 1 Sep, and the first wave of acts for this year's festival have just been revealed.

Among the highlights from this year's line-up are appearances from Edinburgh trio Young Fathers, whose new album Cocoa Sugar drops next month, as well as Ghostpoet, Nightwave, Ezra Furman, and Out Lines – the new project from Kathryn Joseph, Marcus Mackay and James Graham. Also among the highlights for this year's line-up are hip-hop from Lady Leshurr, Brooklyn dream-pop trio Sunflower Bean and afro-funk explosion Ibibio Sound Machine. Check out the full line-up so far

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Leftfield, James, Young Fathers, Teenage Fanclub, Idlewild, Ezra Furman, Ghostpoet, The Coral, Baxter Dury, Ibibio Sound Machine, Shame, Idles, Lady Leshurr, Sunflower Bean, Stanley Odd, Out Lines, Mastersystem, Black Honey, Moxie, Solareye, Charlie Bones, Nightwave, Flamingods, Michael Pedersen, Kevin Williamson, Soccer Mommy, Loki, Salena Godden, Victoria Mcnulty, Athens Of The North, Anu, The Vegan Leather, Lee Clark, The Dunts, Avalanche Party, Crystal, St.Martiins, Chuchoter, Rascalton, Shambolics, Lucia, Pleasure Pool, Super Inuit, Wuh Oh, Vida, Heavy Rapids, Church Of Good Times, Disko Shiva, Teesh, Soul Jam, Peach, Miss World, Wasabi Disco, Nick's Drum Workshop, Thank You For The Music, Sneaky Pete's DJs, Neu! Reekie!
30.08 - 01.09 Drumlanrig Castle, Thornhill, Dumfries & Galloway

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Stag & Dagger Festival


Stag & Dagger Festival 2018

Glasgow, Scotland.

Stag & Dagger, Scotland’s original multi-venue event and biggest new music showcase, is back on Sunday 6th May. Always sourcing the hottest new talent around, Stag & Dagger returns on May Day Bank Holiday weekend with Glasvegas, Protomartyr, Pulled Apart By Horses, The Slow Readers Club, Bo Ningen set to play alongside a cast of over 35 acts announced today, with many more to come. LINEUP: Glasvegas, Protomartyr, Pulled Apart By Horses, The Slow Readers Club, Bo Ningen, Yak, Autumns, Black Waters, Bloody Knees, Calva Louise, Cheap Teeth, Dale Barclay & Laura St Jude, Dama Scout, Declan Welsh & The Decadent West, Edwin Organ, Fauves, Freakwave, Giant Party, Good Morning, Homeslice, Lady Bird, Life, Medicine Men, Milk Disco, Otzeki, Pleasure Heads, Rascalton, Retro Video Club, Shambolics, Sway, The Dunts, The Vegan Leather, Tongue Trap, Underwater Boys, Vacations, VIDA, Voodos, Warm Digits, West Princes, Yassassin, with many more to be announced. 

Running from 2pm until 3am, your ticket gets you a wristband and access to see over 50 of the best up and coming artists around today as well as more established names. Set in central Glasgow, it really could not be easier to jump between gigs and with Ed Sheeran, Royal Blood, Warpaint, Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, Wild Beasts, Courtney Barnett, Jungle, Fat White Family and many others having played Stag & Dagger in previous years, there is a good chance that you will be watching a stadium filler of tomorrow. Buy Tickets


Mercury Rev


24.04 Tolbooth Stirling

25.04 The Caves Edinburgh

26.04 Tunnels Aberdeen

27.04 CCA Glasgow

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The Ataris

Saturday February 10th • Broadcast Glasgow

“So Long, Astoria” - 15 Year Anniversary Show (Scotland Exclusive).

"...Honest rock n' roll, played loud, recorded to analog tape. Founded in 1996. Twenty years later still going strong, traveling the world doing what we love. On our own terms..."

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Future Islands

Future Islands embark on their biggest Scotland headline tour to date. Don’t miss your chance to grab tickets!

Monday 11th June • Aberdeen Beach Ballroom

Tuesday 12th June • Inverness Ironworks

Thursday 14th June • Edinburgh Usher Hall

Friday 15th June • Greenock Town Hall

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Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Saturday April 21st 2018 • The Usher Hall Edinburgh

Nathaniel David Rateliff is an American singer and songwriter based in Denver, whose influences are described as folk, Americana and vintage rhythm & blues. Rateliff has garnered attention with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, the soulful R&B combo he formed in 2013. He has also released two solo albums and one album under the name Nathaniel Rateliff and the Wheel.

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The Vaccines

Thursday April 12th 2018 ● O2 Academy Glasgow

The Vaccines are an English indie rock band, formed in West London in 2010 by Justin Hayward-Young (lead vocals, guitar), Freddie Cowan (lead guitar, vocals), Árni Árnason (bass, vocals) and Pete Robertson (drums, vocals). After Robertson's departure in 2016, keyboardist Tim Lanham and drummer Yoann Intonti were promoted from touring musicians to official band members. The band have released three studio albums. What Did You Expect from the Vaccines? (2011), Come of Age (2012) (which charted at #1 in the UK upon its release) and English Graffiti (2015) which charted at #2. They have sold over 1 million records worldwide. They have toured extensively, playing with and opening up for acts such as The Rolling Stones, Arcade Fire, The Stone Roses, Arctic Monkeys, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Muse amongst others. The band's debut album was the best-selling debut album of 2011 in the United Kingdom, drawing comparisons to The Ramones and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

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Ezra Furman

Monday May 28th 2018 ● O2 ABC Glasgow

Transangelic Exodus is a new landmark for the American singer-songwriter: “Not a concept record, but almost a novel, or a cluster of stories on a theme, a combination of fiction and a half-true memoir,” according to its author. “A personal companion for a paranoid road trip. A queer outlaw saga.” The music is as much of an intense, dramatic event, full of brilliant hooks, with an equally evolved approach to recorded sound to match Furman’s narrative vision. In honour of this shift, his backing band has been newly christened: The Boy-Friends are dead, long live The Visions. In other words, the man who embodies the title of his last album ‘Perpetual Motion People’ is still on the move… Or, in the vernacular of the new album, on the run. “The narrative thread,” Furman declares, “is I’m in love with an angel, and a government is after us, and we have to leave home because angels are illegal, as is harbouring angels. The term ‘transangelic’ refers to the fact people become angels because they grow wings. The have an operation, and they’re transformed. And it causes panic because some people think it’s contagious, or it should just be outlawed.” “The album still works without the back story, though,” he vouches. “What’s essential is the mood - paranoid, authoritarian, the way certain people are stigmatised. It’s a theme in American life right now, and other so-called democracies.”

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Tune Yards

Wednesday March 14th 2018 ● The Liquid Room Edinburgh

Tune-Yards’ magnum opus will arrive on January 19 in the form of new album I can feel you creep into my private life. Thematically, the 12 new songs tackle race, politics, intersectional feminism and environmental prophecies head on. But in the billows of intense subject matter, the album arrives as Tune-Yards’ most immediate and upbeat music yet -- this is music to dance to.

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Yo La Tengo

Sunday April 29th 2018 ● SWG3 Glasgow

Yo La Tengo is one of the most beloved and respected bands in America. For nearly thirty years, Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew have enjoyed success entirely on their own terms – playing the world’s best concert halls, museums, and dives, dominating critics’ lists, doing a Simpsons theme, playing the Velvet Underground in “I Shot Andy Warhol,” sharing stages with some of the most important musicians of our time, and even creating a holiday tradition onto themselves with their yearly series of Hanukkah shows at Hoboken, New Jersey’s legendary club Maxwells, from which they’ve donated hundreds of thousands to charity.

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Moon Duo

Wednesday 31st January 2018 ● La Belle Angele Edinburgh

Meaning all things magick and supernatural the root of the word occult is that which is hidden, concealed, beyond the limits of our minds. If this is occult, then the Occult Architecture of Moon Duo’s fourth album – a psychedelic opus in two separate volumes released in 2017 – is an intricately woven hymn to the invisible structures found in the cycle of seasons and the journey of day into night, dark into light.

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The Lovely Eggs

Sunday 11th February ● The Mash House Edinburgh

Monday 12th February ● Stereo Glasgow

Hot on the heels of their rammed and raucous Autumn tour, Northern psychedelic punks The Lovely Eggs announce their next series of live dates for February ahead of their forthcoming album This Is Eggland (out 23 February on Egg Records). The Lovely Eggs are one of the most unique, innovative and genuine bands on the British Underground music scene. Setting themselves apart from the mainstream, they've built up a cult following which is due to blow wide open with their mild-melting new album,produced by  Flaming Lips/ Mercury Rev producer, Dave Fridmann. You can sample what's in store with their brand new single, "I Shouldn't Have Said That", which is out now. They will be supported by comedian Phill Jupitus (in his guise as Porky the Poet) on all dates.
Special Guest: Phill Jupitus”

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Drab Majesty

Tuesday 13th February ● Broadcast Glasgow

Drab Majesty is an inter-dimensional platform aimed at channeling aural and visual messages founded by a human being from Los Angeles in 2013. The human communes directly with it's spiritual muse/assumed alter-ego Deb Demure to demonstrate the power in relinquishing ownership to a divine design, thereby handing inspiration over to the spirit world - essentially serving as a contractor in business with the Collective Consciousness. Special Guest: Dune Messiah”

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Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds

Tuesday 24 April 2018 - Glasgow SSE Hydro & Wednesday 25 April 2018 - Aberdeen BHGE Arena

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Wednesday 31st January ● Broadcast Glasgow

Daybreak tends to creep up on you. Emerging from starry darkness, the sun wobbles at first but proceeds on its scheduled arc. You can’t help but wonder if it ever looks back in disbelief, or regret. This feeling of self-reflection—of looking back to see how far you’ve come—is precisely the sentiment of Thawing Dawn, the first solo record from A. Savage, released on Dull Tools. The songs on Thawing Dawn form a guided tour through the romantic environs of A. Savage’s mirrored mind. While some were written recently, other tunes were penned over the past decade. For one reason or another, these compositions didn’t land with any of Savage’s other groups, and instead are presented now as a distinct collection. Reflecting back, Savage says, “Once I realized I had a small body of work that didn’t fit anywhere else, I started to examine the commonalities: What’s the common denominator of all this and how I can expand on it?” Savage is best known as the frontman for Parquet Court, a duty split with fellow Texan Austin Brown. Their last record, Human Performance, delved into the emotional wreckage of a broken heart, to critical acclaim. But withThawing Dawn, it’s clear that Savage has matured. While assembling the record, he fell in love. Now, for the first time, we hear songs about being on the inside of love. Rather than lamenting the end of a relationship, we hear a voice trying, in the moment, to make sense of love’s mysteries. “Part of this maturity,” he says, “is reflecting on something when it’s happening, not just when it’s gone.” Thawing Dawn gives us honesty: We see the artist at home in bed, more singer-songwriter portrait than esoteric statement. Throughout his discography Savage has long abbreviated his first name as a kind of writerly gesture. He says, of the move, “I am an uncivilized member of modern civilization--I’m just a savage.” Like Duchamp’s R. Mutt signature on a urinal, the shortening embodies a mischievous directness, enabling this savage to introduce his slanted honesty into the universe.“ Special Guest: Jack Cooper (Ultimate Painting)”

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Wednesday 29th November ● Motherwell Civic Centre, Motherwell

DMA’S (dee-em-ayes) is Johnny Took, Matt Mason and Tommy O’Dell – three friends who came together making nostalgic garage pop in a bedroom in Newtown, Australia.

Since the release of their brilliant debut album 'Hills End', DMA’S have not stopped for a second. From playing the coveted secret slot at Glastonbury, to smashing it on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to having ‘Delete’ added to BBC Radio 1 A Rotation – the band have certainly shown the world just what all the fuss is about!

DMA’S have been selling out shows across four continents, and playing on the bills of the world’s biggest festivals including Coachella, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds, Splendour In The Grass, Laneway, Bonnaroo, Osheaga to name but a few.

“…the euphoria they evoke at this packed show is undeniably special.” – NME

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Thursday 16th November ● Broadcast Glasgow

Kane Strang’s sensibilities for songwriting err toward the peculiar, being enhanced rather than restricted by a lo-fi psych-pop sound. Strang’s path toward a melody is always surprising, and he never misses a beat delivering his wryly deadpan lines bemoaning lost love and . “Strang has a gift for pulling diamonds from the rough”, said a recent Pitchfork review, “[his] songs have a way of making modest acts seem heroic.”

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We're thrilled to announce that Blanck Mass will join Slowdive(band) at O2 ABC Glasgow on Monday 9th October.

Blanck Mass is the solo project of Benjamin John Power of Fuck Buttons.He has been making music under the moniker since 2010 and has released two albums on Sacred Bones Records, 2015's 'Dumb Flesh' and 2017's 'World Eater'. Power’s self-titled debut was released on Mogwai’s Rock Action in 2011. In 2012, “Sundowner” — the second track from the album — soundtracked the London Olympics Opening Ceremony. The song was chosen by Underworld’s Rick Smith and performed by London’s Symphony Orchestra to 900 million people worldwide.

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Tuesday 7th November ● Broadcast Glasgow

For Fans of: Jawbox, Lungfish, Unwound, other bands that scraped at their angst with jagged guitars and body-confusing post-punk charge.

Why You Should Pay Attention: The teenage trio from Nottingham, England had a bit of a coming-out party at this year’s Glastonbury festival, where they made good on U.K. hype built on their artfully retro sound and an ebulliently downcast live show. The band will be releasing their debut full-length soon and, if their great 2014 single “It Knows It” b/w “Adjust the Way” is any indication, it should be a fun little bummer of a record.”

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Monday 4th December ● SSE Hydro Glasgow

Representing his first tour following the October 6th release of his debut solo album ‘As You Were’, the announcement comes as Liam is back at the height of his powers. His return has been nothing short of spectacular, from emotive scenes in Manchester to huge sing-a-longs at Glastonbury, while three new tracks – ‘Wall of Glass’, ‘Chinatown’ and ‘For What It’s Worth’ – are already establishing themselves as towering anthems, delivered with Liam’s once-in-a-lifetime vocal.

Liam wrote or co-wrote every song that features on ‘As You Were’. In addition to Dan Grech-Marguerat, other key collaborators include Greg Kurstin and Andrew Wyatt. One of the most striking aspects of the album is that all the songs have a purpose. There’s no flab, nothing to cut. They all feel directed at something or someone, setting the record straight or getting his side of the story over.

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Wednesday 1st November ● The Art School Glasgow

“When I first started working on this record, I was trying to explore the idea of being isolated,” says Angus Andrew, before falling silent for a few seconds. “Sorry,” he begins again, “I lost my train of thought there. I was looking at a kangaroo through the window.”

Angus is calling from a remote spot near Sydney, Australia – “In the super-bush, offshore,” he says. “I live in a National Park. There are no cars, it’s all rainwater and septic tanks.” Compared to the locations where previous Liars albums have been recorded – Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Berlin, bustling metropolises all – Angus’ current base of operations marks something of a left-turn. But, then, so does TFCF, (which stands for Theme From Crying Fountain), Liars’ eighth and latest full-length.

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Saturday 25th November ● CCA Glasgow

John Maus lives in his birthplace of Austin, Minnesota. Whilst working towards his PhD in Political Science he also composes music that taps into melancholic fantasy and affirms that we are all truly alive. Questing synthesisers, tensely strung bass lines and chasing drum machines provide the perfect backdrop for John's deeply resonant reverb-drenched vocal.

Born in the decade of synth pop and sharing his birthday with George Frideric Handel, John started making music when Nirvana posters went up on every teenager's wall. It's this curious conflux of influences that partially helps to describe John's music. It's a world where the Germs jam with Jerry Goldsmith, Cabaret Voltaire relocate to Eternia and Josquin des Prez writes a new score for RoboCop. The confrontation of punk, the fleeting poignancy of 80s movie soundtracks, the insistent pulse of Moroder and the spirituality of Medieval and Baroque music all find salvation in John Maus.

After a spell working alongside Ariel Pink and Gary War in Haunted Graffiti, 2006 saw the release of John's debut album proper through Upset The Rhythm.

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Friday 15th December ● SWG3 Glasgow

King Krule has shared a video for “Czech One,” the first new music to surface from Archy Marshall’s acclaimed project since 2013. Directed by Frank Lebon, the video features Archy alone in his thoughts but surrounded by hundreds of strangers on a red-eye flight -- as he contemplates his past, present and future. The visuals are a Noir-esque reverie, echoing the song’s atmospheric-downtempo-lounge-jazz-dream-state, where Archy muses, “To when and where the stars were formed, that glance upon this night / lightyears to sit upon and paint us as we lie.”

“Czech One” will be available as the A-Side to a limited edition 7” coming out September 13th on True Panther Sounds/XL Recordings.

Following high profile festival slots this summer at Primavera and FYF, King Krule has announced a worldwide headline tour in the autumn, with a huge show at Glasgow's SWG3. On general sale Friday 25th August at 10am.

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Remarkable progged-out space pop four-piece MASS DATURA join the The Black Angels and A Place To Bury Strangers for whats guaranteed to be an epic show at Glasgow's SWG3 on Monday 25th September. Check them out below.

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We are excited to announce that Glasgow's Spinning Coin will support Dinosaur Jr at The Art School on both 10th and 11th December. Sunday 10th is SOLD OUT and very few tickets remain for Monday 11th.

Spinning Coin's sporadic live shows are all splintered riffs, electrical feedback, and barbs of melody and they've recently toured with the likes of SACRED PAWS, Real Estate, Teenage Fanclub and Sean Nicholas Savage. Check them out below.

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Wednesday 22nd November ● Broadcast Glasgow

Forming in Leeds in early 2013, Autobahn blew audiences away with one of the most intense and visceral live shows in recent years. Encapsulating the landscape of their Yorkshire home, their sound soars from the harsh post-industrial concrete of the city right through to the endless Pennine expanses on its periphery. Following the release of two self-titled EPs, Autobahn released their debut album, Dissemble, on August 2015 via Tough Love. The band built their own studio in Leeds to record their second album 'The Moral Crossing' which will be released on November 3rd. 2017.

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Tuesday 3rd October ● Stereo Glasgow

Few in the field of explorative ambient music have remained as questing and unclassifiable as Canadian composer Tim Hecker. Across his 15-year career he has moved through shades of reflective electronic noise, experiential sound design, and modern composition with a deft and distinguished touch. Even so, the past few years have seen a minor renaissance in his discography –time seems to be fortifying his palette, rather than fossilising it.

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Saturday 2nd December ● Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow

We're very excited to announce the fantastic Glasgow band Mason Hill will be GUN's special guests at the Barrowland Ballroom on 2nd December. Get your tickets now! Following a recent sold out show at The Garage Glasgow, we are super excited about this!

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Tuesday 12th September ● Broadcast Glasgow

Australian shoegazers Lowtide weave coarse ribbons of guitar between shimmering melodies and vocal lines, with the fizzing fuzz melange punctured only by bolshy percussion. It's an effortlessly dreamy affair full of moments that hoist you into a realm of comfort and peace - a realm that jars against the song's lyrical ideas.

“Instead of banking purely on swirling guitar effects, Lowtide exploit rhythm and space. The album houses a perfect mix of the driving and drifting, with songs changing shape right before our ears." - 4 Stars, Rolling Stone

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Thursday 23rd November ● Broadcast Glasgow

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(Guruguru Brain Records & Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records)
Sundays & Cybele are a four piece psychedelic band formed in Hokkaido, Japan in 2004. Their name is taken from the notorious French movie. Tsubouchi is the main guy who writes all the music derived from 60’s/70’s Japanese psych rock.
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Brian Wilson met an attractive E.T. at a roadhouse on route 66 in May '85. 9 months later Mike Geist entered this world. Mike writes dreamy songs.

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Saturday 24th September ● Broadcast Glasgow

This year's PSYCH SUNDAY headliners, BO NINGEN are a Japanese four-piece acid punk band consisting of Taigen Kawabe, Yuki Tsujii, Kohhei Matsuda and Monchan Monna. Though they come from Gumma, Tajimi, Nishinomiya, and Tokyo, they coalesced in London.

Musically, they channel their country’s legacy of obscure, brain-warping heavy-psych: Les Ralizes Denudés, High Rise, Sweet and Honey and Flower Travellin’ Band all traceable beneath their esoteric sound. It’s evident from the place they had all found themselves in their twenties however that they were in the mood for discovery: they regurgitated their tastes in Acid Folk and Noise and hurled them into the electric cataclysm too. Though challenging to process, any cautious, sensible listeners were saved by a weighty dose of Sabbath and Nirvana.

They’ve released 3 fantastic albums and have toured with Primal Scream, collaborated with Savages, earning widespread acclaim from the likes of The Quietus, DIY, Line of Best Fit and The New York Times. To them “Being ‘psychedelic’ means to stand quietly / loudly in the middle of interzone and stare at both sides at once”.

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BLOODY KNEES (free entry)

Wednesday 8th November ● Broadcast, Glasgow

Bloody Knees are back! After delivering ‘I Want It All’ last year, the band have announced a new EP, ‘Maybe It’s Easy’, which is out on 13th October via Distiller. As a taste of what’s to come from it, they’ve gone and shared ‘Not Done’ and if you wanted a sign that they’re not resting on their laurels, well, this is it. It’s them at their most searing, visceral best, completely juxtaposing a kind-of-sweet verse with the harsh-gut punch of raging guitars and growls.

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Saturday 18th November ● SWG3 Glasgow

Referring to themselves as an 'outsider ouija psych pop super group, The Moonlandingz have gradually evolved into one of the most mind-expanding live experiences around, a thrilling fusion of power drill punk and brown acid psych. Made up of members of Fat White Family and The Eccentronic Research Council, the band return to Glasgow after a stellar sell out show at Stereo earlier this year.

On sale Friday 28th July at 9am

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Saturday 18th November ● SWG3 Glasgow

Following dates in Europe, the Australian indie-rock quintet will head to the UK this October, with a show at Stereo, Glasgow. The band are touring in support of their new album, 'Go Farther In Lightness', which is due out on 18th August. Check out 'What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out?', lifted from the album below.

On sale at 9am on Thursday 27th July 9am

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Arcade Fire
Monday 16th April 2018 - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
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Tickets go on sale Friday 28th July at 9am

Following an acclaimed run of shows in the UK and Europe this summer, Arcade Fire have announced a headline tour for Spring 2018, which will see "one of the most popular and essential bands of the century" (NME) play dates in Birmingham, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Dublin.

The live show will feature songs from the band's forthcoming album 'Everything Now', due out on 28th July, featuring the title track as well as the likes of 'Creature Comfort' and 'Signs of Life'.



Little Cub
Sunday 1st October - Broadcast, Glasgow
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Made up of Dominic Gore, Duncan Tootill, and Ady Acolatse, Little Cub are an alternative/indie pop trio based in South-East London, U.K. Although their sound developed primarily in London, the ensemble actually formed in Dorking, Surrey in 2015. Gore and Tootill met by chance and instantly bonded over a shared passion for LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy and his label, DFA Records, alongside other seminal acts such as New Order and Aphex Twin. Gore then went on to meet Acolatse during a club night at London’s infamous Fabric. The three friends then began to brainstorm, sharing musical ideas, and Little Cub was born. Drawing across a range of influences, the trio’s sound encapsulated sleek noir-pop with ethereal atmospherics inspired by a multitude of electronic genres, alongside lyrics that traverse love, loss, and introspection. After amassing a number of strong compositions, the ensemble got to work performing in and around London; they released their first single, "Breathing Space," in the summer of 2016. The track garnered widespread acclaim and eventually caught the attention of Domino Records. They then put out their debut release for the label, Loveless, later that year. The song received further praise for its woozy, sparse, and lush electronics and soaring yet soft chorus melody. Little Cub released their first full-length album, Still Life, in April 2017 via Domino Records.