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Gutter Gig Guide : 16/01/2017

Gigs This Week

Kentucky-born band, Cage The Elephant are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC tonight (Tuesday 17th January 2017). The band, who formed in 2006, released their fourth studio effort, “Tell Me I’m Pretty” in December 2015.

Former Paramore drummer, Zac Farro, aka HalfNoise is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut tonight (Tuesday 17th January 2017). HalfNoise released his second studio effort, “Sudden Feeling” in June of last year.

Glasgow’s Old Hairdressers play host to Vince James on Wednesday (18th January 2017) as part of his current UK Tour. 

West Lothian-born, Lewis Capaldi is at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Thursday (19th January 2017).

Saint Luke’s play host to French electronic artist, Carpenter Brut on Friday (20th January 2017). Brut toured America last year with Swedish heavy metal band, Ghost.

Zimbabwe-born Rationale is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s on Friday (20th January 2017). Rationale, aka Tinashe Fazakerley, is known for both his synth-pop and African influences; his first album as Rationale is due in March of this year.

Hard rock quintet, Slim Mistress are scheduled to play Ivory Black’s on Friday (20th January 2017). Support comes from The Riot Project. Slim Mistress formed in 2010 and release their debut effort this month.

Glasgow’s Hug & Pint play host to Broken Records on Friday (20th January 2017) as part of 2017’s Celtic Connections. The band, from Edinburgh, released their third LP, “Weight & Pulleys” in 2014; it follows 2010’s “Let Me Come Home” and their 2009 debut, “Until The Earth Begins To Part”.

Indie rock band, The Yummy Fur are at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Saturday (21st January 2017). The band, who initially formed in 1992, were a firm favourite of late DJ, John Peel; they are from Glasgow.

Glasgow’s Broadcast play host to Fvnerals on Sunday (22nd January 2017) as part of their current tour. The metal band are from Glasgow. Support comes from Cavalcades.

RM Hubbert is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Sunday (22nd January 2017); this is part of Celtic Connections 2017. Commonly known as Hubby, he has been active on the Glasgow gig circuit since 1991; he has released five studio albums throughout his career.

Glasgow’s SSE Hydro play host to A Day To Remember, New Found Glory and Neck Deep on Monday (23rd January 2017) as part of “Bad Vibes World Tour”. Formed in 2003, A Day To Remember are from Florida and have released six studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2016’s “Bad Vibrations”. New Found Glory are also from Florida and formed in 1997, while Neck Deep are a Welsh pop punk band.

The Pretty Reckless play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Monday (23rd January 2017). Fronted by Taylor Momsen, the band are out in support of their third LP, “Who You Selling For?” which dropped in October 2016.

 

 

Live & Local : 7/12/2016

The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (9th December 2016) : The Debt Collectors are kicking off the live entertainment this Friday from 8pm.

Saturday (10th December 2016) : The Blues take the Saturday afternoon slot from 4pm, while Big Black Taxi will be playing their take on some classic rock tracks from 8pm.

Sunday (11th December 2016) : The Black Triangles will be bringing the weekend to a rockin’ close on Sunday night from 6pm.

The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (9th December 2016) : Rab & The Rabblerousers are bringing the Friday night vibes at The Scotia from 9.30pm.

Saturday (10th December 2016) : Tons Of Slobs are LIVE from 4.30pm on Saturday, while The Debt Collectors are providing the Saturday night soundtrack from 9.30pm.

Sunday (11th December 2016) : Wise Guys wind down the weekend from 3pm, while The Lockhearts conclude the weekend’s entertainment from 6pm.

Sweeney’s On The Park (Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow)

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Friday (9th December 2016) : The Hooks are LIVE on Friday night from 9pm.

Saturday (10th December 2016) : The Cahoots are providing the Saturday afternoon soundtrack from 4pm until 7pm, while The Sons are onstage from 9pm.

 

 

Gutter Gig Guide : 14/11/2016

Gigs This Week

LA-born singer/songwriter, Beth Hart is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy tonight (Monday 14th November 2016). Hart is out in support of her latest LP, “Fire On The Floor”. Support comes from Colin James.

The Art School plays host to Joan Wasser tonight (Monday 14th November 2016). Wasser, better known as Joan As Police Woman, released her latest LP, “Let It Be You” last month. Support comes from Benjamin Lazar Davis and Fil Bo Riva.

Alt-rockers, Walking On Cars are at Glasgow’s QMU tonight (Monday 14th November 2016). The band, from County Kerry, Ireland released their debut LP, “Everything This Way” in January of this year. Support comes from Tor Miller.

Oran Mor plays host to Laura Mvula on Tuesday (15th November 2016). Mvula released her latest LP, “The Dreaming Room” in June of this year; it followed her 2013 debut, “Sing To The Moon”. Support comes from Oliver St Louis.

Italian/English acoustic performer, Jack Savoretti is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Tuesday (15th November 2016). Savoretti released his fifth studio album,  “Sleep No More” this year. Support comes from JONES.

Glasgow’s Garage plays host to Italian goth metal band, Lacuna Coil on Tuesday (15th November 2016). The band, who initially formed in 1994, are out in support of their eighth studio effort, “Delirium” which dropped this year. Support comes from Forever Still and G.O.D.

Simply Red are celebrating 25 Years since the release of their fourth studio LP, “Stars” which was released in September 1991. The album spawned the singles, “Something Got Me Started”, title track, “Stars”, “For Your Babies” and “Your Mirror”. The band, who formed in 1985, have sold over 50 million albums worldwide.

American rockers, Dinosaur Jr are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Thursday (17th November 2016). The band, from Massachusetts, formed in 1984 and released their 11th studio album, “Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not” in May of this year. 

Glasgow’s Barrowland have punk duo, Slaves live onstage on Friday (18th November 2016). Slaves, aka Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman, released their second studio effort, “Take Control” in September of this year; it followed their 2015 debut, “Are You Satisfied?”

Mancunian indie rockers, Courteeners take on Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Saturday (19th November 2016). The band have released five studio LPs since forming in 2006, the most recent being, “Mapping The Rendezvous” which dropped last month. Support comes from The View and Clean Cut Kid.

Glasgow’s 02 Academy play host to electro-duo, Chase & Status on Saturday (19th November 2016). The pair, Saul Milton and Will Kennard, formed in 2003 and have released three studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2013’s “Brand New Machine”.

Punk rockers, The Damned are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (20th November 2016) in celebration of their 40th Anniversary. The band, who formed in 1976, released their latest LP, “So, Who’s Paranoid?” in 2008 with new music confirmed for the near future.

Jess Glynne makes her SSE Hydro debut on Monday (21st November 2016). Glynne, who released her debut LP, “I Cry When I Laugh” in August 2015; it features the singles, “Hold My Hand”, “Right Here” and “Take Me Home”

Indie rockers, The Front Bottoms are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Monday (21st November 2016). The band, from New Jersey, formed in 2007 and have released five studio LPs, the most recent being 2015’s “Back On Top”.

 

 

 

Live & Local : 09/11/2016

The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (11th November 2016) : Katie Cross is warming up The Clutha crowd while Broomberry Drive are LIVE from 8.30pm, bringing the best in 60s and 70s classics!

Saturday (12th November 2016) : Sea Bass Kid are scheduled to kick off Saturday’s live soundtrack, while Skaledonia are bringing their own take on ska and punk from 8.30pm.

Sunday (13th November 2016) : South Of Houston are set to bring the weekend to a close on Sunday.

Sweeney’s On The Park (Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow)

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Friday (11th November 2016) : Stairheid Rumpus are providing the Friday night soundtrack from 9pm.

Saturday (12th November 2016) : Cahoots are scheduled to keep the party going between 4pm and 7pm on Saturday, while Parting Glass are live from 9pm.

The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (11th November 2016) : Rab & The Rabblerousers are kicking things off at The Scotia this weekend from 9.30pm.

Saturday (12th November 2016) : Tons Of Slobs are providing the live soundtrack on Saturday afternoon from 4.30pm, while Back In The Red are live onstage from 9.30pm.

Sunday (13th November 2016) : Two Can Dan is the scheduled slot from 3pm on Sunday, while The Lockhearts are live from 6pm.

 

 

Gutter Gig Guide : 24/10/2016

Gigs This Week

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut play host to The Vryll Society tomorrow night (Wednesday 26th October 2016). The band, from Liverpool, are currently out on their UK Tour in a bid to “stimulate both the soul and the mind”. Support comes from Hidden Charms.

Dutch singer/songwriter, Amber Arcades is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint tomorrow night (Wednesday 26th October 2016). Arcades, real name Annelotte de Graff, released her debut LP, “Fading Lines” in June of this year.

The Art School plays host to East London-born singer/songwriter, NAO tomorrow night (Wednesday 26th October 2016). NAO, real name Neo Jessica Joshua, released her debut album, “For All We Know” in July 2016.

International pop sensation, Justin Bieber is scheduled to play at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Thursday (27th October 2016). Bieber, from Ontario, Canada, is out in support of his latest LP, “Purpose” released in November 2015; it features the hit singles, “Sorry” and “Love Yourself”.

Oxford indie rockers, Glass Animals are scheduled to play The Art School on Thursday (27th October 2016). The band released their second studio effort, “How To Be A Human Being” in August of this year; it follows their 2014 debut, “Zaba”.

Saint Luke’s play host to Augustines’ Farewell Tour on Thursday (27th October 2016). The band, from Brooklyn, New York, formed in 2010 and released their debut LP, “Rise Ye Sunken Ships” in 2011; their third LP, “This Is Your Life” dropped earlier this year.

Birdy is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (28th October 2016). The Hamsphire-born singer/songwriter is out in support of her latest LP, “Beautiful Lies” which dropped in March of this year; it follows her 2011 self-titled debut and 2013’s “Fire Within”.

Former Keane frontman, Tom Chaplin plays Saint Luke’s on Friday (28th October 2016) in support of his debut solo album, “The Wave” which was releases earlier this month.

Homegrown heroes, Nazareth are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Saturday (29th October 2016). The band, from Dunfermline, originally formed in 1968 and have released 23 studio albums throughout their career, the most recent being 2014’s “Rock ‘N’ Roll Telephone”.

Aussie folk band, Oh Pep! are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Sunday (30th October 2016). The Melbourne-born band released their debut album, “Stadium Cake” in June.

Glasgow’s Stereo plays host to French electro-pop outfit, Zombie Zombie on Sunday (30th October 2016). The duo’s set-list includes their interpretations of the music of both John Carpenter and Sun Ra.

Country Legend, Kenny Rogers is bringing The Gambler’s Last Deal Tour to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Monday (31st October 2016). Expect to hear the best bits of the 78 year old’s back catalogue including, “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town” and, of course, “The Gambler”.

Glasgow’s Oran Mor plays host to Leeds-born singer/songwriter, Corinne Bailey Rae on Monday (31st October 2016). Bailey Rae is out in support of her third LP, “The Heart Speaks In Whispers” which dropped in May of this year, her first album in 6 years.

 

 

 

 

Live & Local : 19/10/2016

The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (21st October 2016) : Providing the soundtrack this Friday night at The Clutha are The Urban Poets who are LIVE from 8.30pm.

Saturday (22nd October 2016) : Phoenix Gene are the afternoon entertainment from 4.30pm while The Flatliners are taking the Saturday night headline slot.

Sunday (23rd October 2016) : The voices of the future are LIVE at The Clutha on Sunday from 1pm with “The Clutha Kids”, while Something Out Of Nothing are rounding off the weekend and helping delay the Monday gloom.

Sweeney’s On The Park (Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow)

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Friday (21st October 2016) : Rock/pop duo, Casper & Co are bringing their blend of energetic guitar beats from 9pm.

Saturday (22nd October 2016) : Cowpat Kickers are playing LIVE on Saturday night from 9pm; a mix of bluegrass, country and folk for your listening pleasure.

Sunday (23rd October 2016) : 3 piece band, Cahoots are providing the perfect soundtrack to a Sunday afternoon from 4pm with their take on country, folk and blues.

Maggie Mays (Trongate, Glasgow)

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Friday (21st October 2016) : The Autopilots are bringing their take on classic rock ‘n’ roll covers from 10pm.

Saturday (22nd October 2016) : Mick Edgar’s Folk ‘N’ Blues Band are doing exactly what it says in the name from 6pm on Saturday.

Sunday (23rd October 2016) : The Juicy T’s are playing LIVE acoustic covers from 10pm and bringing the weekend of entertainment to a close.

The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (21st October 2016) : The Java Tones are kicking things off at The Scotia this Friday from 9.30pm.

Saturday (22nd October 2016) : Ecotone are providing the Saturday afternoon soundtrack from 4.30pm while Blind Panic are bringing the vibes from 9.30pm.

Sunday (23rd October 2016) : Estoban are scheduled to kick off The Scotia’s Sunday live entertainment from 3pm, while Tons Of Slobs are bringing the live music to a conclusion from 6pm.

 

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