Gigs This Week
Kasabian are at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Thursday (20th August 2015) with support from Mancunian songwriter, Jeff Wootton. The Leicester-born band formed in 1997 and have released five studio albums to date, the latest being 2014’s “48 : 13”.
California girl, Yvette Young is at Glasgow’s Ivory Black’s on Thursday (20th August 2015). The singer/songwriter describes her music as “New Mexico thug pop” and released her EP, “Acoustics” in March 2014.
Glasgow’s Hard Rock Cafe play host to The Gramotones on Thursday (20th August 2015). The band draw influence from Squeeze and Elvis Costello and have become known (and loved) for their melodic vocal style.
Home-town heroes, The Fratellis are set to celebrate the release of new LP, “Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied” on Friday (21st August 2015) with an intimate gig at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. The Glaswegian band formed in 2005 and released two LPs before calling it quits in 2009. 2012 saw the return of the trio and the released third LP, “We Need Medicine” in 2013. “Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied” features the singles, “Me And The Devil” and “Baby, Don’t You Lie To Me!”.
2015 marks 40 years since Pink Floyd released their ninth studio album, “Wish You Were Here” and Scottish tribute, MacFloyd are giving fans the chance to relive the classic (and more) with a gig at The Village Theatre in East Kilbride on Friday (21st August 2015).
Pennsylvanian trio, Stray Birds are at St Andrews In The Square in Glasgow on Tuesday (25th August 2015). The band, who are all classically trained musicians, draw influence from childhood influences, The Beatles, The Carter Family, Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys and Jimi Hendrix. Stray Birds LP, “Best Medicine” is available now.
American pop punkers, All Time Low hit UK shores next week including a gig at The Corn Exchange in Edinburgh on Tuesday (25th August 2015). The Baltimore-based band are warming up for a slot at Reading & Leeds Festival 2015 next weekend. Welsh rockers, Neck Deep provide support.
Moonlandingz are bringing their blend of psychedelic pop to Glasgow’s Broadcast on Tuesday (25th August 2015). The band, who consists of Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer from The Eccentronic Research Council and Lias Saudi and Saul Adamczewski from The Fat White Family, will be supported by Laura St Jude.
Due to popular demand, The View have added a second date at Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree; they will now play on 15th and 16th September 2015. The band, from Dundee, are scheduled to release fifth LP, “Ropewalk” in September.
Tickets are available now
Brixton-born, Alabama 3 have unveiled plans to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday 4th December 2015. The band are best known for signature song, “Woke Up This Morning”, taken from second LP, “La Peste” and the opening theme song to The Sopranos.
Tickets on sale on Friday (21st August 2015) at 9am
The Fratellis have added a second date to their upcoming November Tour; the trio will now play Edinburgh’s Liquid Room on the 7th. The Glasgow-born band release fourth LP, “Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied” on Friday (21st August 2015).
Tickets are available now
Bedford-born, rock band, Don Broco have announced a UK Tour for December 2015, including a date at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room on the 6th. The band released their second LP, “Automatic” earlier this month.
Tickets on sale from Friday (21st August 2015) at 10am