Glasgow’s 02 ABC play host to Brit-Aussie band, Sunset Sons tomorrow night (Tuesday 18th October 2016). The band, who formed in 2013, released their debut offering, “Very Rarely Say Die” in April of this year.

North Carolina-born band, Weedeater are scheduled to play The Cathouse tomorrow night (Tuesday 18th October 2016). Since forming in 1998, the metal band have released five studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Goliathan”. Support comes from Conjurer.

Post punk duo, Sleaford Mods are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Wednesday (19th October 2016). The pair, Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn, released their latest LP, “Key Markets” last year.

Glasgow’s Oran Mor play host to Irish singer/songwriter, Lisa Hannigan on Wednesday (19th October 2016). Having started her career as a member of Damien Rice’s band, Hannigan went solo in 2007; she has since released three studio albums, the most recent being, “At Swim” which dropped in August of this year.

Dublin-born, indie rockers, Raglans are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s on Wednesday (19th October 2016). The band, who formed in 2011, released their self-titled debut LP in March 2014.

Nice ‘N’ Sleazy’s play host to Clean Cut Kid on Thursday (20th October 2016). The Liverpudlian band dropped their latest single, “Make Me Believe” earlier this month.

Irish singer/songwriter, Gavin James is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Thursday (20th October 2016). James released his debut offering, “Bitter Pill” in November 2015 and won The Choice Music Prize “Irish Song Of The Year” in March 2013 and 2015 consecutively.

The Art School play host to Aussie psychedelic/dance band, Jagwar Ma on Thursday (20th October 2016). The band, who formed in 2011, released their second studio effort, “Every Now And Then” earlier this month.

Jake Bugg kicks off a double header at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Friday (21st) and Saturday (22nd October 2016). Bugg is out in support of his third LP, “On My One” which was released in June of this year; it follows 2013’s “Shangri-La” and his 2012 self-titled debut album. Support comes from Georgie.

Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to alt-rockers, Yak on Friday (21st October 2016). The band, who formed in 2014, released their debut LP, “Alas Salvation” in May of this year.

Recently reformed indie band, Thousand Yard Stare are scheduled to play Nice ‘N’ Sleazy’s on Friday (21st October 2016). The band, who originally formed in 1989 and were pivotal in the Britpop explosion of the early 90s; they released three studio albums, the latest being 1993’s “Mappamundi”. Support comes from The Apparells.

Glasgow’s King Tut’s play host to JR Green on Saturday (22nd October 2016). JR Green are two brothers from Stronian, a remote Scottish Island, who are bringing their fresh take on folk music to the mainstream. Their brand new EP, “The Witch Doctor” is available now.

Homegrown talent, Black Drag are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Saturday (22nd October 2016). Born out of the demise of The Dieyoungs and Psychocandy, the band describe their sound as “dark, atmospheric, ambient, heavy, brainwashing brilliance!”

Canadian-born Haley Bonar is bringing her brand of folk music to Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Sunday (23rd October 2016). Bonar has released 14 LPs and EPs in her career to date, with a new album due to drop this year.

Glasgow’s 02 Academy play host to indie rockers, Daughter on Sunday (23rd October 2016). The band, from London, formed in 2010 and released their second studio effort, “Not To Disappear” in January of this year. Support comes from Wilsen.

Canadian rockers, Nickleback are playing Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Monday (24th October 2016). The band, who formed in 1995, released their eighth studio album, “No Fixed Address” in November 2014. Support comes from Monster Truck.

 

 

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