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Goldfrapp Announce UK Tour

Electro-pop duo, Goldfrapp have announced a string of UK Tour Dates for later this year.

Goldfrapp, aka Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, will be out in support of their seventh studio LP, “Silver Eye” which was released in March of this year.

It’ll be a Happy Halloween for Glaswegian fans at the tour kicks off at the city’s 02 Academy on Tuesday 31st October 2017, before stopping off for shows at Leeds 02 Academy (1st November), Manchester Academy (3rd), Leicester’s De Montfort Hall (4th), Birmingham’s 02 Institute (6th), Brighton’s Dome (7th), Bristol’s 02 Academy (9th) before concluding at London’s 02 Academy Brixton (10th).

Tickets go on general sale on Friday 21st July 2017 at 9am

To celebrate the tour news, Alison Goldfrapp will be answering questions on Facebook Live on Wednesday 19th July 2017 at 7.30pm (BST). Tweet or post questions to Facebook using the hashtag #AskGoldfrapp

Gutter Gig Guide : 26/06/2017

Gigs This Week

The Wombats are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Tuesday (27th June 2017). The trio, who formed in Liverpool in 2003, are best known for their signature track, “Let’s Dance To Joy Division”. They have released three studio albums since 2007, the latest being 2015’s “Glitterbug”.

British born actor, Kiefer Sutherland is showcasing his musical talent at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Tuesday (27th June 2017). Sutherland is best known for his roles in “The Lost Boys”, “Flatliners” and “Phone Booth”, but is out in support of his debut LP, “Down In A Hole” which dropped last year. Support comes from Sounds Of The Siren.

Nashville’s own, American Young are scheduled to play Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Wednesday (28th June 2017). The country duo are Kristy Osmunson and Jon Stone who released their self-titled debut LP in August 2016. Support comes from Lynnie Carson.

Glasgow’s Art School play host to Texas rockers, Spoon on Wednesday (28th June 2017). The band, who formed in 1993, released their ninth studio effort, “Hot Thoughts” in March of this year. Support comes from Adam Buxton.

New York City duo, 75 Dollar Bill are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Thursday (29th June 2017). The pair, Chen Chen and Rick Browns are out in support of their second studio effort, Wood/Metal/Plastic/Pattern/Rhythm/Rock” which was released last year.

Hip hop royalty, The Sugarhill Gang are scheduled to play Glasgow’s St Luke’s on Friday (30th June 2017). The band, who originally formed in 1979, are best known for their hit single, “Rapper’s Delight”; they have released five studio LPs to date, the most recent being 1999’s “Jump On It!”.

Glasgow’s 02 Academy plays to host to The Jacksons as part of their 50th Anniversary Tour on Sunday (2nd July 2017). The band that made a superstar of the late Michael Jackson are expected to play some of their biggest hits including, “ABC”, “I Want You Back”, “I’ll Be There” and many, many more.

 

 

 

Glasgow Gig Guide : 19/06/2017

Gigs This Week

Singer/songwriter, Beth Rowley is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Wednesday (21st June 2017). Rowley, who was born in Peru, released her debut studio effort, “Little Dreamer” in May 2008.

Aussie-born art rockers, The Red Paintings are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Broadcast on Wednesday (21st June 2017). The band, who formed in 2000, released their second (and latest LP) “The Revolution Is Never Coming” in 2013.

Tennessee’s own Paramore are scheduled to play Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Thursday (22nd June 2017). The band, fronted by Hayley Williams, are out in support of their fifth studio effort, “After Laughter” which dropped in May of this year and spawned the singles, “Hard Times” and “Told You So”.

Glasgow’s 02 Academy are scheduled to play host to indie rockers, The Maccabees on Friday (23rd June 2017). The band, who formed in 2004, have released four studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Marks To Prove It”. Support comes from Matt Maltese.

Mancunian legends The Stone Roses are at Glasgow’s Hampden Park on Saturday (24th June 2017). The band, who formed in 1983, are best known for their signature tracks, “Waterfall”, “Fools Gold” and “I Am The Resurrection”, taken from their iconic self-titled debut, released in 1989. The band dropped brand new tracks, “All For One” and “Beautiful Thing” last year. Support comes from Primal Scream and Steve Mason.

Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to Natalie Clark on Sunday (25th June 2017). The Scottish singer/songwriter is typically based in Los Angeles appeared on The Voice in The US during the blind auditions with her take on Free’s “All Right Now”.

York-born band, Pauper Kings are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (25th June 2017) as part of their current UK Tour. Support comes from Atomic Kitten’s Liz McClarnon and Holloway Road.

Glasgow’s Broadcast play host to Dylan Jakobsen on Monday (26th June 2017).  Jakobsen’s brand of country rock has drawn favourable comparisons to Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen; his debut LP, “From Where I Began” is available now.

 

 

Glasgow Gig Guide : 12/06/2017

Gigs This Week

Glasgow 02 ABC play host to House Of Pain on Tuesday (13th June 2017) as part of their 25th Anniversary Tour. The LA-born hip hop group released three studio albums between 1992 and 1996 before lead rapper Everlast left to embark on a solo career. The band are best known for their signature hit, “Jump Around”.

Watford born singer/songwriter Kyla La Grange is scheduled to play King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Tuesday (13th June 2017). La Grange is due to drop her third LP in the near future; it follows her 2012 debut, “Ashes” and 2014’s “Cut Your Teeth”.

American singer/songwriter, Chastity Brown is at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Wednesday (14th June 2017). Brown, from Minnesota, is out in support of her fifth studio effort, “Silhouette Of Sirens”.

Glasgow’s Garage plays host to cosmic pop this Wednesday (14th June 2017) with The Old Pink House. The four-piece band are currently out on a UK Tour.

Homegrown talent, Tijuana Bibles are at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Friday (16th June 2017) and Saturday (17th June 2017). The Glasgow-born quartet have support from Feet Of ClayDead Coyotes, Carly Connor and Apache Sun.

Broadcast plays host to rock quartet, The Peacers on Friday (16th June 2017). The band, from San Francisco, are out in support of latest LP, “Introducing The Crimson” on a UK Tour which takes in Glasgow, Leeds, York and London.

Paisley-born crooner Jamie McAuley & The Strays will be at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (16th June 2017). McAuley will suit those partial to The 1975 and Elvis Presley, with support including The Cairds and Stone Ivy.

Alt-rockers, The Filthy Tongues are bringing the soundtrack on Saturday (17th June 2017) at Glasgow’s 02 ABC. The band, from Edinburgh, were previously known as Isa & The Filthy Tongues until 2014; they have released two albums to date.

Glasgow’s Stereo plays host to trio All We Are on Sunday (18th June 2017). The Liverpool-born post punk band are out in support of their brand new album, “Sunny Hills” which dropped earlier this month.

Psychedelic rock band, Pond (AUS) are at The Art School in Glasgow on Monday (19th June 2017). The band, from Perth, Australia, are out in support of their latest LP, “The Weather” which dropped in May of this year.

 

 

 

 

Gutter Gig Guide : 29/05/2017

Gigs This Week

Hampshire-born Marika Hackman is scheduled to play King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Tuesday (30th May 2017). Hackman is out in support of forthcoming second studio effort, “I’m Not Your Man” which is due for release next month; it follows 2015’s “We Slept At Last”.

American singer/songwriter Anastacia is set to play Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday (30th May 2017). The Chicago born singer has released seven studio albums since her 2000 debut album, “Not That Kind” and is best known for her hit singles, “I’m Outta Love”and “Left Outside Alone”.

American alt-rockers, Madina Lake are at King Tut’s on Wednesday (31st May 2017). The band, who formed in 2005, have released three studio albums throughout their career, the most recent being “World War III” in 2011.

Acoustic singer/songwriter, Jack Savoretti is scheduled to play Kelvingrove Bandstand on Thursday (1st June 2017), with support from Michael Cassidy. Savoretti released his fifth studio album, “Sleep No More” in 2016.

Glasgow’s Barrowland plays host to Chilean-American composer, Nicholas Jaar on Thursday (1st June 2017). Jaar released his second studio effort, “Sirens” in September of last year.

The Divine Comedy are scheduled to play Kelvingrove Bandstand on Friday (2nd June 2017). The band, from Northern Ireland, formed in 1989 and released their 11th studio album, “Foreverland” in September 2016.

American singer/songwriter, Haley Reinhart is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Saturday (3rd June 2017) with support from Reverieme. Reinhart came third in the tenth season of American Idol and released her debut offering, “Listen Up!” in 2012; her second studio effort, “Better” followed last year.

Queen Of Funk Chaka Khan is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Bandstand on Sunday (4th June 2017). With a career spanning 5 decades, Chaka Khan, aka Yvette Marie Stevens, is best known for hit singles, “I’m Every Woman”, “I Feel For You” and “Ain’t Nobody”.

Brit-born Callaghan is at Glasgow’s CCA on Monday (5th June 2017). Callaghan, aka Georgina Callaghan, released her debut album, “Life In Full Colour” in 2012; she found fame on BBC’s “Get Your Act Together”.

 

 

Gutter Gig Guide : 03/04/2017

Gigs This Week

Stormzy is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy tonight (Wednesday 5th April 2017). The grime artist is known for his unique R ‘n’ B spin on his sound, as sampled on his debut LP, “Gang Signs & Prayer”.

Soul singer, Jorja Smith plays King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Thursday (6th April 2017) with support from Mari Green. Smith has drawn favourable comparisons to Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse and Rihanna and featured on two tracks on Drake’s LP, “More Life”.

Glasgow’s Hug & Pint play host to fresh new talent, The Orielles on Thursday (6th April 2017). The trio, sisters, Sidonie B and Esme Dee Hand Halford and best friend, Henry Carlyle Wade, take inspiration from Sonic Youth, Pavement, Pixies, The Beach Boys and Yo La Tengo.

Reading born-band, The Amazons are scheduled to play King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Friday (7th April 2017) with support from Estron and The Hollows. The band are due to release their self-titled debut in May.

Legendary rockers, The Who are scheduled to play Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Friday (7th April 2017) as part of their “Tommy & More Tour”. Fans can’t expect to hear the best bits of their impressive back catalogue, including “My Generation”, “Pinball Wizard” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again”.

Home-grown indie pop band, Reverieme are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (7th April 2017). The band, from Ayrshire, formed in 2005 and have released four studio albums to date, the most recent being 2016’s “Straw Woman”.

Brit-born melodic hardcore band, Blood Youth are at Glasgow’s Garage on Saturday (8th April 2017). The band formed in 2014 are out in support of their third LP, “Beyond Repair”.

Singer/songwriter and former “The Voice” runner-up, Leah McFall is at Stereo in Glasgow on Monday (10th April 2017). McFall hails from Northern Ireland and has released two singles, “Wolf Den” and “Happy Human”, taken from her forthcoming mini album, “Ink”.

 

 

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