Monday 19th October 2015
Edinburgh Corn Exchange
October 2015
6The Lemonheads + Few BitsO2 ABC, Glasgow
7Boxed In + MonogramSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
7LOGAN SAMA at WITNESSSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
8Low + Mike NogaThe Art School, Glasgow
9Pokey LaFarge + Jake La BotzThe Art School, Glasgow
9Mondo 1st Birthday Party with Dicky Trisco Broadcast, Glasgow
9In Deep: Jonnie Wilkes (Optimo), Jack Savidge (Friendly Fires)Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Optimo's JD Wilkes joins Friendly Fires Jack Savidge for a special edition In Deep show.

9The Parrots + Bluebirds + Breakfast Muff - Free Entry!Broadcast, Glasgow
9Baby Strange + Halfrican + The Lapelles Saint Lukes , Glasgow
10LeftfieldEdinburgh Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
10Baby Strange, Halfrican The RockallsSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Pure evil Glaswegian three piece for fans of The Jesus And Mary Chain and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

11LeftfieldAberdeen Music Hall, Aberdeen
11Black Honey + Bad LuckBroadcast, Glasgow
11Baby Strange + Halfrican + Sweet White Tunnels Aberdeen, Aberdeen
13Josef SalvatElectric Circus, Edinburgh
14Sleaford Mods + Snide RhythmsLa Belle Angele, Edinburgh
14KelvinSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

14Witness and Numbers present: SPENCERSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
One of the co-founders of Glasgow’s Numbers, Spencer started young. In his teenage years, he embarked upon what is now almost a decade of party planning and record releasing. From early beginnings in working in Glasgow’s world-renowned record store Rubadub, honing his DJing skills with schoolfriend Jackmaster, and co-hosting Detroit techno legend Claude Young’s radio shows – to working at Warp Records and now living in London; Spencer has been a key player in aiding the city’s recent rise as an essential exporter of electronic music.

15Sleaford Mods - SOLD OUTThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
15The SherlocksSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
16Sleaford Mods + VladimirBuskers, Dundee
16Yo La TengoThe Garage, Glasgow
16The SherlocksBroadcast, Glasgow
16In Deep: HighlifeSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Afro house and beyond from Auntie Flo & Esa.

Auntie Flo and Esa bring their Afro house show to Sneaks again.
The greatest clubnight has been with us bi-monthly all year and this marks their penultimate party of 2015 with us. Highlife ran in the Sub Club in 2012-13 and we’re proud to be their new home. Their sellout 12” series on Phonica Records and Autonomous Africa set a standard for tight-knit warm grooves, and their DJ sets are revelatory.

17Sleaford Mods - SOLD OUTThe Art School, Glasgow
17The SherlocksThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
17Jack Off Jill - *Cancelled, Sorry* Please read below for more info..Classic Grand, Glasgow
We regret to inform you that Jack Off Jill will no longer be able to perform at the Classic Grand on Saturday 17th October. The band have issued the following statement:
"With one of our members currently under doctor’s care, we’ve been strongly advised to scale back our U.K. dates. Which means, sadly, we’ve had to cancel our gig in Glasgow. But we will not leave you in the lurch! Read on...

For Glasgow ticket holders ONLY:

· Refunds will be processed at point of purchase. You will be automatically refunded if you purchased online. If you purchased in Tickets Scotland or Ripping Records, over the counter, you will need to return your ticket to the shop.

· Glasgow Golden Tickets ARE transferable or refundable! For instructions, please email houseofaddams@gmail.com.

· If you are able to travel to Manchester on 19 October or London Heaven on 23 October (and we hope you are), we have a very special package 
deal available for Glasgow ticket holders as an apology for our abrupt but necessary cancellation. Please email
jackoffjillofficial@gmail.com with Glasgow in the subject.

This is the ONLY show we’ve had to cancel, and no other U.K. shows will be affected. Please accept our apologies – our fans mean so much to us, and we hate to let anyone down. Know that these will be the final Jack Off Jill shows."

18Coasts + ArchesStereo, Glasgow
18DMA'sBroadcast, Glasgow
19RideEdinburgh Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
19Mutoid ManBroadcast, Glasgow
19DMA'sSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
DMA’s are the Australian Oasis/The La’s. But just as there was more to early Oasis than first met the ear, so it is with DMA’s; their songs are deceptive – Britpop revisited with a twist. That neatly sums up the potential reaction dichotomy: they could be a quiet indie/alt sensation, or they could go mega.

20Chastity BeltBroadcast, Glasgow
22Speedy Ortiz + Trust Fund + PinactStereo, Glasgow
22The Soft Moon + Junto ClubBroadcast, Glasgow
22Left Lane Cruiser, Dave ArcariSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
After nearly a decade of delivering their own high-octane, scuzzed-up take on North Mississippi rural blues as a duo, Left Lane Cruiser have recently expanded into a threesome for their latest studio album, Dirty Spliff Blues.

23StormsBroadcast, Glasgow
24The Vryll SocietySneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Locked away in their subterranean rehearsal space for more than a year, The Vryll Society have been creating a complex body of work, to stimulate both the soul and mind. Long days of liquid jams and crafted song writing, laced with touches of Funkadelic, Aphrodites Child and Krautrock has seen a rich ocean of sound come to the surface.

24Nothing But ThievesG2, Glasgow
27U.S Girls Broadcast, Glasgow
27YossarianSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Anglo-Argentine Alt-Ambient- Rockers drawing comparisons to The National, My Morning Jacket & British Sea Power.

28LiturgyBroadcast, Glasgow
29Erol Alkan at JuiceSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

30In Deep: Jon KSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Known for his residency at Manchester institution Hoya:Hoya since 2008, where Jon plays alongside Éclair Fifi, Illum Sphere, Lone and Krystal Klear.

Jon K is very much a product of growing up on a skateboard in the 80’s, in the slant of his music and mindset. He was the insider at Manchester's Fat City Records, if you wanted the good stuff, you talked to Jon. His talent in eccentric and emotive selection shows in his 2013 FACT 'Mix Of The Year', as voted by their readers and writers. He reaches into the far realms of dub, space disco, noise, cracked hip hop and freaky house to make feet move on the floor.

30Fraser A GormanBroadcast, Glasgow
31Catfish & the Bottlemen - SOLD OUTAberdeen Music Hall, Aberdeen
31Hop Along *change of date - original tickets valid*Broadcast, Glasgow
November 2015
1Catfish & the Bottlemen - SOLD OUTEdinburgh Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
2Devon Sproule + SnowblinkBroadcast, Glasgow
5The FratellisO2 ABC, Glasgow
5METZ + ProtomartyrStereo, Glasgow
5Fist CitySneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Supercharged Southern Alberta quartet Fist City burst from basement studios onto the stage in 2009, and have foudn a home on London's Transgressive Records. The twin sibling duo of Kier and Brittany Griffiths — musical collaborators from the womb to the tomb — found ideal foils in frenetic guitarist/songwriter Evan Van Reekum and powerhouse drummer Ryan Grieve.

6The Wedding PresentThe Art School, Glasgow
6The Fratellis Fat Sams, Dundee
6Ex HexStereo, Glasgow
6Okay KayaBroadcast, Glasgow
7The GardenBroadcast, Glasgow
7The FratellisThe Liquidroom, Edinburgh
8The FratellisThe Garage, Aberdeen,
8Bully - *Cancelled, sorry!*Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
10The Wytches, Baby In Vain, Prison WhitesSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
11Joe PugBroadcast, Glasgow
12Legendary Shack ShakersBroadcast, Glasgow
13The Mountain Goats + The Weather StationThe Art School, Glasgow
13Titus Andronicus + Washington IrvingStereo, Glasgow
13Mandolin OrangeBroadcast, Glasgow
15DucktailsNice N Sleazy, Glasgow
15Christian DeathBroadcast, Glasgow
15WavvesStereo, Glasgow
15United FruitSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
United Fruit display serious trading in all that is heavy, epic and powerfully loud.’- Drowned in Sound

‘United Fruit are on a mission to destroy your brain cells and leave you little more than a quivering wreck.’ – The 405

‘It is actually almost too overwhelming to think of how many extraordinary artists Glasgow has to offer. United Fruit are one of their greatest exports.’ - Artrocker

‘Groups are constantly twisting and breaking rock into new, nasty, noisy pieces and reassembling them in their own aural image. United Fruit are one such band.’ – The Herald

16Kurt Vile & the Violators + WaxahatcheeO2 ABC, Glasgow
17Ezra Furman + The Big MoonThe Art School, Glasgow
17LA PriestBroadcast, Glasgow
19CheatahsSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
19Brix & The ExtractedBroadcast, Glasgow
19Admiral FallowLa Belle Angele, Edinburgh
20Mercury RevThe Art School, Glasgow
20AstronautalisBroadcast, Glasgow
20SpectresSneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
Spectres are taking a stand against what they consider to be mediocrity in music which is hugely refreshing. This uncompromising approach is reflected in their exceptional debut album Dying, released on Nat Cramp's ever-excellent Sonic Cathedral label. Whereas most bands influenced by the 90s shoegaze scene tend to focus on the dreamy, atmospheric side of the oeuvre, Spectres have taken MBV's infamous 'holocaust' section as their jumping-off point, using this distorted racket as the abrasive soundbed for Hatt's deeply dark and twisted tales of modern life (and death). "Not for sissies," according to 6 Music's Lauren Laverne, a statement supported by anyone who has seen the band live, where they play with a ferocious intensity and at a volume level designed to send the lily-livered scurrying for the nearest exit.

21Albert Hammond Jr.CCA, Glasgow
21Spectres Broadcast, Glasgow
25GhostpoetThe Art School, Glasgow
25Widowspeak & SaintsenecaNice N Sleazy, Glasgow
26The Lovely Eggs Broadcast, Glasgow
26Matt CorbySaint Lukes , Glasgow
27Built to Spill + Disco DoomThe Art School, Glasgow
27Total ControlBroadcast, Glasgow
30Willis Earl BealBroadcast, Glasgow
December 2015
1Tobias Jesso Jr. - *Cancelled, sorry!*The Art School, Glasgow
2Courtney Barnett + Big ScaryO2 ABC, Glasgow
2THePETEBOXBroadcast, Glasgow
2PeachesThe Art School, Glasgow
3Django Django + RM Hubbert + Stealing SheepBarrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
3Alias Kid Broadcast, Glasgow
4C DuncanPleasance Cabaret Bar, Edinburgh
5Demob HappyBroadcast, Glasgow
5C Duncan + Le ThugThe Art School, Glasgow
5Alias Kid Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
7The VaccinesUsher Hall, 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.

10KagouleBroadcast, Glasgow
11NAOBroadcast, Glasgow
12KagouleThe Tunnels, Aberdeen
12The Complete Stone RosesLa Belle Angele, Edinburgh
27The Complete Stone RosesThe Garage, Aberdeen,
28The Complete Stone RosesBuskers, Dundee
January 2016
24Dilly DallyBroadcast, Glasgow
February 2016
18Rosie LoweBroadcast, Glasgow
March 2016
11Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night SweatsThe Art School, Glasgow
13Field MusicCCA, Glasgow