Arcade Fire performing In The Round
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Monday 16th April 2018
January 2018
19Celtic Connections: David RamirezBroadcast, Glasgow
20Celtic Connections: BrownbearBroadcast, Glasgow
21Sextile Broadcast, Glasgow
21Start to End: John Martyn's Solid AirSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Start to End return with a perfect live band interpretation of John Martyn’s seminal 4th solo studio album ‘Solid Air’.

23Celtic Connections: The Youth & The YoungBroadcast, Glasgow
23SextileSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
LA underground fixture Sextile have been gaining a devout following since its creation in 2015. The four-piece outfit has all the makings of a revolutionary sound — combining the raw energy of 70’s punk with the intricate structural elements of 80’s post-punk and synthwave.

24Celtic Connections: Mandolin OrangeThe Mackintosh Church at Queen's Cross,
24Mandolin Orange The Mackintosh Church at Queen's Cross,
27The Rebel (Ben Wallers) + ObjectifiedBroadcast, Glasgow
28Celtic Connections: Songwriters Circle with Mick Hargan, Katee Kross and Panic AnchorBroadcast, Glasgow
28Sofi TukkerStereo, Glasgow
29Rituals, The Ninth Wave, Wyles: Independent Venue WeekSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Two shades of a new wave of scuzz-goth from Scotland: organ-lead Rituals, and Glasgow's blistering must-see The Ninth Wave, plus stampeding shoegaze from young team Wylde.

30Avalanche Party, Walt Disco, Shredd: Independent Venue WeekSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Crowd baiting feral garage-punk act Avalanche Party have been frequently tipped as the most exciting live band in the UK right now. Fuzzkill Records related acts Walt Disco & Shredd each have enough energy to rip the roof off the venue.

31Celtic Connections: A.Savage (Parquet Courts) + Jack CooperBroadcast, Glasgow
31Moon DuoLa Belle Angele, Edinburgh
February 2018
1The Van T's, St Martiins: Independent Venue WeekSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
These tiny but tough grunge girls from Glasgow with big big tunes play alongside talented Dundee newcomers St Martiins.

2White, Calum Easter: Independent Venue WeekSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Edinburgh firm favourite Callum Easter, known for collabs with Young Fathers, sets the stage for White, the towering Glasgow indie synth band who made a huge impact in 2017.

3Highly SuspectThe Garage, Glasgow
Grammy nominated US rockers, Highly Suspect have announced details of their first live plans for 2018. Having blown away the crowd supporting rock heavyweights Kings of Leon and Pixies at BST Hyde Park this July & following the success of their last UK tour which concluded with a raucous sold out show at Camden’s KOKO, the Brooklyn natives have revealed details of their biggest UK tour yet next January & February, including their largest London headline show to date at The Forum.

Highly Suspect recently revealed the video for ‘Little One’, which you can watch here ( ‘Little One’ is the second single from the band’s critically acclaimed sophomore album, ‘The Boy Who Died Wolf’, which debuted at #1 on the Current Alternative Album and #2 Rock Album on the Billboard Charts in the US last November. The moving, euphoric LP showcases a stronger, livelier and more mature sound than their debut, displaying influences from the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Jack White and In Utero-era Nirvana. To date, the album has spent over 30 weeks on the Billboard charts.

‘Little One’ is the follow-up to the band’s breakout hit ‘My Name Is Human’ which spent 9 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Active Rock Chart, reached Top 15 at Alternative Radio and was nominated for a Grammy in the ‘Best Rock Song’ category among legends like David Bowie, Metallica and Radiohead - the band’s third Grammy nomination in 2 years following two nominations for their debut album ‘Mister Asylum’ in 2016.

3King Creosote, Tom Joshua, Annie Booth: Independent Venue WeekSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Fence Collective co-founder King Creosote headlines a high quality songwriter lineup.

3Firecracker Records: Heal Yourself & MoveSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Yet another top flight local lineup from the Firecracker crew, with boss House Of Traps and long time affiliate Linkwood taking control all night.

4Khruangbin : SOLD OUTCCA, Glasgow
4Marshall Records showcase: Independent Venue Week,
A blistering showcase of acts from the record label of Marshall Amplification, of six-foot-stacked-rock-guitar-amp fame.

7Heaters: Dunt ClubSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Our weekly scene exploration night. Guests Dunt Club specialise in doofer techno, and have thrown sold out raves in Wee Red and Bongo club with guests like Courtesy. Come dance to their first foray at Sneaks, with Heaters honcho C-Shaman.

8Man Of Moon + The UltrasBroadcast, Glasgow
9HOT MESS East CostSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
HOT MESS is a queer rave. It's not for everyone, but everyone's welcome.

Following his epic six-hour Christmas party set (hats off to those of you who danced all the way through that, by the way!), Simonotron will once again be playing bangers and mash all night long.

10Nightmares On WaxSWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow
10The Ataris ("So Long, Astoria" - 15 Year Anniversary Show)Broadcast, Glasgow
11Peach PitBroadcast, Glasgow
11The Lovely EggsThe Mash House, Edinburgh
12The Lovely Eggs Stereo, Glasgow
13Drab Majesty + Dune MessiahBroadcast, Glasgow
15Jen CloherStereo, Glasgow
17Franz Ferdinand - On sale on Friday, 03 Nov 2017 at 10:00 AMO2 Academy, Glasgow
19The Babe RainbowBroadcast, Glasgow
Following their sold out 2017 tour of the UK, Australian psychedelic surf rock band The Babe Rainbow have today announced dates for their 2018 headline UK tour.

20The Myrrors Broadcast, Glasgow
”Entranced Earth places the band with other equally powerful acts in psych/drone’s newest generation, such as Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo, Canada’s Shooting Guns and the UK’s Cult of Dom Keller and Haikai No Ku—all with their own sounds and aesthetics, but all dedicated to being enthralled by head-nodding waves of feedback and general zoning out.” - Noisey

20Baxter Dury : SOLD OUTStereo, Glasgow
25King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - On sale on Friday, 27 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AMO2 ABC, Glasgow
28The Ataris The Mash House, Edinburgh
March 2018
1Django DjangoSWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow
6The Bellrays + Fuzzy VoxBroadcast, Glasgow
10Pokey LaFargeThe Art School, Glasgow
10The Handsome Family La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
11Insecure MenBroadcast, Glasgow
11Susanne Sundfør,
11Superorganism CCA, Glasgow
13Bog Log IIINice N Sleazy, Glasgow
14Tune Yards,
17The Rural Alberta AdvantageThe Mash House, Edinburgh
17Field Music - On sale on Friday, 27 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AMSaint Lukes , Glasgow
31The FratellisBarrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
April 2018
1Sunflower BeanStereo, Glasgow
12ShameStereo, Glasgow
12The VaccinesO2 Academy, Glasgow
13Girl RayThe Art School, Glasgow
14Larkins Broadcast, Glasgow
16Arcade Fire - performing In The Round The Hydro, Glasgow
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'.

17IdlesThe Garage, Glasgow
21Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night SweatsUsher Hall, Edinburgh
22OughtStereo, Glasgow
24Noel Gallagher's High Flying BirdsThe Hydro, Glasgow
24Mercury Rev Tolbooth, Stirling, Scotland
25Noel Gallagher's High Flying BirdsAberdeen BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
25Mercury Rev The Caves, Edinburgh
26Mercury Rev Tunnels Aberdeen, Aberdeen
27Mercury Rev CCA, Glasgow
29Yo La TengoSWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow
30MetzStereo, Glasgow
May 2018
6Stag & Dagger 2018: Scotland's original new music festivalVarious, Glasgow
17Chad ValleyBroadcast, Glasgow
17Chad ValleyBroadcast, Glasgow
18Car Seat HeadrestO2 ABC, Glasgow
19U.S GirlsStereo, Glasgow
22Clap Your Hands Say YeahThe Caves, Edinburgh
28Ezra FurmanO2 ABC, Glasgow
June 2018
11Future IslandsThe Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen
12Future IslandsIronworks, Inverness
14Future IslandsUsher Hall, Edinburgh
15Future IslandsGreenock Town Hall,
August 2018
6Adolescents + Reaction + Fat Black CatsBroadcast, Glasgow