Gig This Week
Electro-garage duo, Disclosure take on Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Thursday (26th November 2015). Brothers, Howard and Guy Lawrence dropped their debut LP, “Settle” in June 2013. Their second studio effort, “Caracal” was released in September of this year; it features the singles, “Omen”, “Jaded”, “Magnets” and “Holding On”.
Electric Six are at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Thursday (26th November 2015). The eccentric band from Michigan are best known for their hit singles, “Danger! High Voltage” and “Gay Bar”. The band formed in 1996 and are out in support of latest LP, “Bitch, Don’t Let Me Die!”
Coventry-born, indie band, The Enemy are at Glasgow’s Garage on Thursday (26th November 2015). The band, who formed in 2006, have released 4 LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “It’s Automatic”, released in October.
Home-grown talent, Idlewild are at Glasgow’s Barrowland on Friday (27th November 2015). The band, from Edinburgh, formed in 1995 and are out in support of their seventh LP, “Everything Ever Written”, which dropped in February of this year.
Glasgow’s Stereo plays host to The Cut Throat Razors this Friday (27th November 2015). The 11-piece band are launching their brand NEW EP, “Motown’s Lost Its Soul”; it follows 2013’s “Dr Gelati & The Lemon Tree”. The band won The Sunday Herald’s “Best Unsigned Band” in 2014.
Glasgow’s Oran Mor play host to London-born band, Palma Violets this Friday (27th November 2015). The band are out in support of their second LP, “Danger In The Club”, which dropped in may of this year.
02 ABC plays host to some of the hottest home-grown talent this Friday (27th November 2015) with Sounds Of Scotland. Motherwell-born, The LaFontaine’s headline; the band released their debut LP, “Class” in June of this year. Support comes from Hector Bizerk, an experimental, hip-hop outfit who have released a string of EPs since forming in 2011 and Model Aeroplanes, who formed in 2013. Kloe and Monogram are also on the bill.
Tribute to melancholy, Mancunian legends, The Smiths are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (27th) and Saturday (28th November 2015). The Smyths formed in 2003 and play gigs across the country in honour of Morrissey and Co’s unique sound and style, and are the next best thing to seeing The Smiths themselves play live.
Home-grown heroes, Simple Minds are at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Saturday (28th November 2015) with support from special guests, The Stranglers. The band, who formed in 1977, are best known for their “Breakfast Club” hit, “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” and are out in support of their 16th studio LP, “Big Music” which came out in October 2014.
Electro-dance legends, The Orb are at SWG3 in Glasgow this Saturday (28th November 2015). The London-born band formed in 1988 and are out in support of their 13th studio effort, “Moonbuilding 2703 AD” which dropped in June of this year.
Indie band, The Courteeners are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday (29th November 2015). The band, from Middleton, formed in 2006 and have released four LPs to date, the most recent being 2014’s “Concrete Love”.
Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall plays host to Ronnie Spector on Sunday (29th November 2015). Spector first found fame in the 1960s as lead singer of girl group, The Ronettes, best known for their signature song, “Be My Baby”. Spector went on to enjoy a lucrative solo career; she released a version of Amy Winehouse’s “Black To Black”, following the singer’s tragic death in 2011.
Nottingham-born, singer/songwriter, Saint Raymond is at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (29th November 2015). Saint Raymond, aka Colin Burrows released his debut LP, “Young Blood” in July of this year.
Glasgow’s Garage plays host to home-grown talent, Altered Sky on Monday (30th November 2015). The band are currently on a UK Tour in support of their self-funded, debut LP, “Without Wonderland” which dropped on Friday 20th November 2015. The band formed in 2010 and are from Glasgow.
Scotland’s own, Sandi Thom is playing LIVE at The Clutha in Glasgow for a very special show on Monday (30th November 2015). Thom released her debut single, “I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker (With Flowers In My Hair)” in 2006; she has gone on to release five studio efforts, the most recent being, “The Covers Collection”, which came out earlier this year.
LA-born band, Hey Violet are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Monday (30th November 2015). Hey Violet formed in 2008 as Cherri Bomb before changing members and their name earlier this year. The band have released one album to date, 2012’s “The End Of Control”.
The Proclaimers play TWO consecutive gigs at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday (1st) and Wednesday (2nd December 2015). Identical twins, Craig and Charlie Reid are currently on tour in support of their 10th studio LP, “Let’s Hear It For The Dogs”, which came out earlier this year.
Coldplay have announced a World Tour to accompany forthcoming LP, “A Head Full Of Dreams”, due for release early next month. The band will be at Glasgow’s Hampden Stadium on Tuesday 7th June 2016.
Tickets go on-sale on Friday 27th November 2015 @ 9.30am
Pop princess, Rihanna has announced a date at Glasgow’s Hampden Stadium on Monday 27th June 2016 as part of her “Anti World Tour”.
Tickets go on-sale on Thursday 3rd December 2015 @ 10am