Gigs This Week

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut play host to Molotov Jukebox tonight (Thursday 28th April 2016). The band is fronted by actress, Natalia Tena, known for her roles in “Harry Potter” and “Game Of Thrones”. Molotov Jukebox are out in support of their second studio effort, “Tropical Gypsy”, which dropped earlier this month. Support comes from home-grown heroes, The Cut Throat Razors.

Rock/metal trio, Russian Circles are set to play Saint Luke’s in Glasgow tonight (Thursday 28th April 2016). The band, from Chicago, have released five studio albums to date, the most recent being 2013’s “Memorial”

Rat Boy, aka Jordan Cardy, is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Friday (29th April 2016). Essex-born, Rat Boy has released two EPs to date; 2014’s “The Mixtape” and “Neighbourhood Watch”, which dropped last year. Support comes from Skaters.

Glasgow’s CCA play host to Japanese pop punk band, Shonen Knife on Friday (29th April 2016). The all-female band, who originally formed in 1981, are heavily influenced by 1960s girl groups, The Beach Boys and The Ramones. The band released their latest LP, “Adventure” this year.

Former Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman, Chris Cornell flies solo on Friday (29th April 2016) at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall as part of his “Higher Truth Tour”. The tour is in support of the album of the same name; it was released in September 2015 and is Cornell’s fourth solo LP. Support comes from Fantastic Negrito.

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut plays host to Dublin-born quartet, We Were Giants on Saturday (30th April 2016). The band take influence from Biffy Clyro, Muse, Coldplay and Foo Fighters, among others and have been described as “indie rock with an anthemic touch”.

American rapper, Mac Miller is at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday (1st May 2016). Miller, aka Malcolm James McCormick, is from Pittsburgh and released his third LP, “GO:OD AM” in September 2015; it features the singles, “100 Grandkids”, “Break The Law” and “Clubhouse”.

The Movielife are at Glasgow’s Stereo on Bank Holiday Monday (2nd May 2016). The band are from Long Island, New York and are out on their reunion tour following their split in 2003. The Movielife have released three albums in their career, the most recent being 2003’s “Forty Hour Train Back To Penn”.

Singer/songwriter, Lewis Watson is at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Monday (2nd May 2016). The Oxford-born singer released his debut LP, “The Morning” in June 2014

American indie rockers, Radiation City are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Monday (2nd May 2016). The band, from Oregon, formed in 2010 and released their third LP, “Synesthetica” in February of this year; it follows their 2011 debut, “The Hands That Take You” and 2013’s “Animals In Median”.

The SSE Hydro play host to country music superstars, Dixie Chicks on Tuesday (3rd May 2016). The band, who formed in Dallas in 1989, consists of sisters, Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily Erwin Robinson and lead singer, Natalie Maines. The band released their seventh and latest studio LP, “Taking The Long Way” in May 2006

Just Announced

Pop punks, McFly have parted ways with their Busted buddies and have announced a reunion tour for later this year, including THREE dates at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Thursday (16th), Friday (17th) and Saturday (18th June 2016).

Tickets go on-sale on Friday 29th April @ 9am

Home-grown heroes, Teenage Fanclub have unveiled plans to play Glasgow’s Barrowland on Saturday 3rd December 2016. The band, from Bellshill, formed in 1989 and have released nine studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2010’s “Shadows”.

Tickets go on-sale on Friday 29th April 2016 @ 9am

 

 

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