Gigs This Week 

70’s born ska legends, Madness are set to play Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Friday (5th August 2016). The six-strong band are due to release new album, “Can’t Touch Us Now” in October, followed up with a tour in December, including a stint at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro. Expect a mixed bag of old and new, including classics, “Baggy Trousers”, “It Must Be Love”, “House Of Fun” and “Driving In My Car”.

Homegrown talent, Idlewild are at Kelvingrove bandstand on Friday (5th August 2016) as part of the Summer Nights line-up 2016. The band, from Edinburgh, formed in 1995 and released their latest album, “Everything Ever Written” in February 2015.

Glasgow’s 02 ABC play host to American hardcore band, Dag Nasty on Friday (5th August 2016). The quartet, from Washington D.C, have released 12 studio albums since forming in 1985.

Summers Nights at Kelvingrove bandstand play host to Super Furry Animals on Saturday (6th August 2016). The band, from Cardiff, Wales are known for their slick psychedelic rock sound and released their ninth studio effort, “Dark Days/Light Years” in March 2009.

Carina Round is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s on Sunday (7th August 2016). The singer/songwriter, from Wolverhampton, released her debut offering, “The First Blood Mystery” in May 2001.

Best known for their signature song, “The Whole Of The Moon”, folk rockers, The Waterboys headline Kelvingrove bandstand on Monday (8th August 2016). The band, whose members come from Scotland, Ireland and England, formed in 1983. The band released their 11th studio LP, “Modern Blues” in 2015.

Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to American digital hardcore band, Death Spells on Tuesday (9th August 2016). The duo consists of former Chemical Brothers rhythm guitarist, Frank Iero and James Dewees of The Get Up Kids. They released their debut effort, “Nothing Above, Nothing Below” this year.

Just Announced

Northern Irish rockers, Ash will be coming to Scotland in December to play The Garage in both Aberdeen and Glasgow on the 14th and 15th respectively, to mark the 20th Anniversary of their album, “1977”.

Tickets on sale from Friday 5th August 2016 @ 9am

Brit-born kitsch indie chick, Kate Nash is scheduled to play Glasgow’s O2 ABC2 on 9th October 2016. The singer/songwriter rose to fame after the release of her signature single, “Foundations” in 2007.

Tickets on sale from Friday 5th August 2016 @ 9am

Scottish singer/songwriter, Nina Nesbitt has lined up a gig at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut for 9th October 2016. Currently working on her second album, Nesbitt released her “Modern Love” EP at the start of the year, which features the track, “Chewing Gum”.

Tickets on sale from Friday 5th August 2016 @ 9am

 

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