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Leftfield on sale at 9AM!
27/03/2015


Leftfield announce Glasgow return
26/03/2015
Leftfield announce Glasgow Barrowland show - onsale Friday March 27th 9am

Leftfield - one of electronic music's greatest acts - have announced the release of their third album Alternative Light Source, the follow up to the Mercury Prize nominated Leftism (1995) and Rhythm and Stealth (1999). Due for release on the 8th of June 2015, the album features collaborations with Channy Leaneagh (of Poliça), Ofei, Tunde Adebimpe (of TV On The Radio) and Sleaford Mods.

To mark the new album we're delighted to announce Leftfield will be performing live at the Glasgow Barrowland on the 19th of June 2015. Tickets are on sale from Friday 27th March at 9am, available at Tickets Scotland & See Tickets.


Lonelady announce Glasgow show.
26/03/2015
Inspired by the post-punk legacy of her hometown, Manchester, England, as well as classic college rock of the '80s and early '90s, Lonelady's Julie Campbell began her forays into art punk by making four-track recordings with her guitar and drum machine in 2004. Her first single, Hi Ho Bastard/Fear No More, was released by Filthy Home Records in summer 2005; its raw yet atmospheric sound drew comparisons to Scout Niblett as well as rave reviews. That fall, Lonelady issued the Have No Past EP and began playing solo gigs around Manchester; her first show outside of the area was a showcase at 2006's South by Southwest festival. In 2007, Lonelady inaugurated Too Pure's singles club with Early the Haste Comes/Joy; released in a limited edition of 500 copies, it marked the band's first sessions in an official studio. After signing to Warp and releasing the limited-edition single Immaterial, Campbell issued her critically acclaimed debut album, Nerve Up, in early 2010. The following year, she collaborated with Jah Wobble and Keith Levene on the album Psychic Life. While writing her second album, Campbell built her home studio Concrete Retreat and drew inspiration from Manchester's decaying industrial landscapes as well as Parliament/Funkadelic, Arthur Russell and Prince. Recorded at Benton Harbor, Michigan's Key Club studio, Lonelady's second album, Hinterland, arrived in 2015.


The Staves, CW Stoneking, Micah P Hinson join Live at Glasgow 2015
16/03/2015
We're delighted to be able to welcome the next round of acts set for Stag and Dagger presents Live at Glasgow 2015, on bank holiday Sunday May 3rd. Joining the billing will be:

THE STAVES, CW STONEKING, ATOM TREE, BULLY, FRANCISCO THE MAN, FRASER GORMAN, KID WAVE, MICAH P HINSON & THE GOSPEL OF PROGRESS (10th Anniversary Solo Perfomance), NEON WALTZ, SONS OF BILL, RHODES & YAK.

These 12 acts join the previously announced bill, which included Django Django, The Thurston Moore Band, Honeyblood, Tobias Jesso Jr, Amber Run, Baby Strange, Black Honey, Childhood, Dutch Uncles, Iceage, Jim Valentine, JP Cooper, Kloe, Laura Doggett, Moon Duo, Palace, Spector & White.

Live at Glasgow 2015 is set to take place across a variety of venues and spaces within a four block radius in and around the Sauchiehall Street area of central Glasgow, on bank holiday Sunday 3rd May 2015. Tickets are on sale now priced at £23.00, and are available from SEE Tickets, Tickets Scotland, Ripping Records, CCA Box Office & the O2 ABC Box Office.




FFS: Franz Ferdinand and Sparks Team Up, announce Glasgow Art School show. SOLD OUT
09/03/2015


C Duncan to play free entry show at The Poetry Club
02/03/2015
Recent Fat Cat Records signing C Duncan has today announced details of his debut headline performance in Glasgow, set to take place at The Poetry Club, on Friday 3rd April 2015.

C Duncan

The show will be free entry, but we are running a reservation system via SEE Tickets, allowing you the chance to reserve your place at no charge.

Please note, last guaranteed entry time will be 8.45PM.

The pieces that make up C Duncan's forthcoming debut LP, due this summer on Fat Cat Records, are formed from lush choral harmonies and acoustic instrumentation, textured like contemporary dreampop and all recorded at home in Glasgow on his bedroom studio setup, gradually built up one layer and one instrument at a time. The results of this methodical and isolationist recording process give us charming lo-fi folk with the harmonic width of choral composition, the sweetness of barbershop and the rough eloquence that has so readily soundtracked Glasgow over the past decades.