Monday 19th October 2015
Edinburgh Corn Exchange
December 2015
1Tobias Jesso Jr. - *Cancelled, sorry!*The Art School, Glasgow
1Chirtopher Owens (of Girls)Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
1Big Brave + Kapil SeshasayeeBroadcast, Glasgow
2Courtney Barnett + Big ScaryO2 ABC, Glasgow
2THePETEBOX + Bigg Taj + Kami-OBroadcast, Glasgow
2Peaches - SOLD OUTThe Art School, Glasgow
2Shoot Yr Shot presents Peaches Afterparty - Free EntryBroadcast, Glasgow
3Django Django + RM Hubbert + Stealing SheepBarrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
3Alias Kid + Ayakara + PilotcanBroadcast, Glasgow
3Huerco S JUICE 3rd Birthday Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
4C Duncan + The WoodsPleasance Cabaret Bar, Edinburgh
4In Deep: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Ben MartinSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Label heads Dan Monox & The Wasp launched Dixon Avenue Basement Jams in late 2012 and in since then they have established themselves as one of the most exciting labels in house and techno, with a Buy-On-Sight repuation for quality.

The Glasgow based imprint go for a quality over quantity approach and have released show stopping EPs from burgeoning underground talent Marquis Hawkes, Vernon, TX Connect, Denis Sulta, Modini and Jared Wilson.

As expert selectors and technical DJs, their mixes have found homes and acclaim on Rinse FM, Boiler Room, XLR8R, Juno Plus as well as rocking the best clubs across UK & Europe.

Ben Martin joins on this special edition night from DABJ. Ben has been a key figure on the Glasgow scene for some years now. He ran Mixed Bizness at the Art School for the best part of a decade, and more recently helmed the excellent 'High Sheen' label. He's played with every great DJ in Glasgow (not exaggerating), we are thrilled to have him back as it's been too long!

4Flo MorriseyBroadcast, Glasgow
4Dreamcast Club Presents DJ HushBroadcast, Glasgow
5Demob Happy + YONAKA + Killer BangsBroadcast, Glasgow
5C Duncan + Le ThugThe Art School, Glasgow
5Alias Kid Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
5Palms Trax at TEESH No.28Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
5Birdcage December Party Broadcast, Glasgow
6 Hodera + Cøllege + Slowlight + Flakes + Milk ToastBroadcast, Glasgow
7The Vaccines + The Big MoonUsher Hall, Edinburgh
7JennyleeStereo, Glasgow
8The CarnabysSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
9KagouleSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Nottingham trio Kagoule have been getting us very excited for about a year now. Ever since we first heard explosive single ‘Adjust The Way’ we’ve been intrigued by the young band’s skewed sound, which sits somewhere between the prickly post-rock of Unwound, the overdriven rock of Smashing Pumpkins and the wonky textures of Sonic Youth.

9The Woodentops Broadcast, Glasgow
10KagouleBroadcast, Glasgow
11NAO + Jordan Rakei Broadcast, Glasgow
11In Deep: Deep Shit (Jack Friendly Fires) & KiwiSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
12KagouleThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
12The Complete Stone RosesLa Belle Angele, Edinburgh
12Cold Sweat 1st BirthdayBroadcast, Glasgow
13Doe ParaoBroadcast, Glasgow
15VLADIMIR, The Domiciles, The DraynesSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Breaking through in a big way, Vladimir are one of Scotland's most exciting and menacing indie rock acts.

Already a looming figure in the currently very exciting Dundee scene, they've been the go-to guys to set the standard for support bads, from The Libertines and The View to Sleaford Mods.

We're excited to be hosting them, not for the first time. as they're on the cusp of something very special right now.

16ShoppingSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
18IN DEEP: HIGHLIFE with Esa and JD TwitchSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
19Atom Tree + White DJ setThe Art School, Glasgow
20Baby Strange (+14 show)Broadcast, Glasgow
27The Complete Stone RosesThe Garage, Aberdeen,
28The Complete Stone RosesBuskers, Dundee
January 2016
10Diet Cig + Bruising + Breakfast MuffBroadcast, Glasgow
15Corb Lund Broadcast, Glasgow
24Dilly DallyBroadcast, Glasgow
February 2016
4AutobahnBroadcast, Glasgow
7Eleanor FriedbergerBroadcast, Glasgow
8Okay KayaBroadcast, Glasgow
12The Black Tambourines + Warm BrainsBroadcast, Glasgow
14MoneyBroadcast, Glasgow
14Journals, maps, stories and songs, An evening with William McCarthy of AUGUSTINESSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Billy McCarthy, charismatic frontman of Brooklyn's Augustines has been touring around the world over the past 5 years. His band is revered for their high energy, intensely visceral live performances.

McCarthy's life story is to be covered in the upcoming documentary 'RISE' (Todd Howe / Big Vulture) and with Augustines third studio album due for a spring 2016 release (via Caroline intl) he will be embarking on his first ever solo tour doing what he does best - telling stories, singing songs he's written over the past decade and a half and reading from his art journals.

These exclusive shows promise to be intimate and unique, and offer fans the chance to get up close and personal McCarthy, who will performing his brutally honest songs in a bare, stripped back setting. A life story, in one night through song.

15Journals, maps, stories and songs, An evening with William McCarthy of AUGUSTINESBroadcast, Glasgow
16Telegram Broadcast, Glasgow
17WhiteThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
18Rosie LoweBroadcast, Glasgow
19WhiteElectric Circus, Edinburgh
20WhiteQueen Margaret Union, Glasgow
21SavagesThe Art School, Glasgow
21HindsStereo, Glasgow
21Rob Heron & The Tea Pad OrchestraBroadcast, Glasgow
23Scuzz UK Throwdown Tour 2016: Press To Meco + Allusondrugs + Max RaptorBroadcast, Glasgow
24Scuzz UK Throwdown Tour 2016: Press To Meco + Allusondrugs + Max RaptorThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
26Fat White Family - *on sale 9AM Friday 4th December*The Garage, Glasgow
26WilsonBroadcast, Glasgow
Onsale 2nd Dec

March 2016
1Ry XCCA, Glasgow
5Josef Salvat *Recheduled from Oct 13 - Original tickets valid*Electric Circus, Edinburgh
11Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats - SOLD OUTO2 ABC, Glasgow
13Field MusicCCA, Glasgow
Field Music return with new 14 track album ‘Commontime’, set to be released on 5th February 2016 via Memphis Industries.
The first song to be taken from the album is ‘The Noisy Days Are Over’, an insistent, sax-punctuated groove and a conversation between two friends struggling to say farewell to the bad old boozy days, when they should “get to bed like everyone else".

Over the past four years, North-East siblings Peter and David Brewis have threaded their way through one extra-curricular project after another but were inevitably drawn back to working together on their own songs. "As much fun as we might have had on our own or collaborating, we missed just spending time in the studio, the two of us, trying things out and playing together." explains David.

The space that Field Music vacated in those four years still appears to be empty. No one else really does what Field Music do: the interweaving vocals, the rhythmic gear changes, the slightly off-chords, but with the sensibility that keeps them within touching distance of pop music. But with Commontime, Field Music show off their unashamed love of choruses in a way they’ve only hinted at before.

Written and recorded in spontaneous bursts over six months in their Wearside studio, Commontime is built around the brothers playing and singing together again, but also features a wider array of players, including original Field Music keyboardist Andrew Moore, Peter's wife Jennie Brewis and new member of the live band Liz Corney on vocals, plus a panoply of other players.

“We wanted to embrace being a duo and, perversely, that made us feel more comfortable about all of those conspicuous cameos” reveals David. Over the fourteen songs of Commontime, real life conversations are replayed, acquaintances come and go, hard won friendships are left to drift and diffuse snap shots of the everyday are pulled together into what must rank amongst Field Music’s best works to date.

Commontime is available to pre-order at http://www.field-music.co.uk on limited edition 2 x 180gram green vinyl + download code, CD, and download. The first 250 physical orders include an exclusive signed print. The album is also available to pre-order on iTunes with an instant download of ‘The Noisy Days Are Over’.

13Skinny LivingBroadcast, Glasgow
21WetBroadcast, Glasgow
April 2016
1Mike DignamBroadcast, Glasgow
2ProtomartyrBroadcast, Glasgow
7Nothing But ThievesO2 ABC, Glasgow
21Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds + Super Furry Animals The Hydro, Glasgow
24Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds + Super Furry Animals AECC, Aberdeen
May 2016
2Andrew BirdThe Queen's Hall, Edinburgh
September 2016
15Peter Hook & The Light perform SubstanceBarrowland Ballroom, Glasgow