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Live & Local : 04/02/2016

The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (5th February 2016) : Classic Rock covers band, Trunk Monkey play The Clutha. Expect to hear rock anthems by AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, The Eagles and The Rolling Stones, among others.

Saturday (6th February 2016) : Veteran Clutha band, Dr Cook & The Boners are bringing the rock ‘n’ roll to The Clutha’s afternoon slot from 4pm until 7pm, while Lucky 13 take the Saturday night slot (from 8pm onwards), guaranteed to get the party started!

Sunday (7th February 2016) : Linda Jaxson takes to The Clutha stage on Sunday afternoon from 4pm until 7pm to help soothe the hangover from the night before, while Keeper Lit will be performing a mixed bag of rock and pop, including hits from Stereophonics, U2, Johnny Cash and Noel Gallagher, among many more from 8pm until closing time.

Maggie Mays (Trongate, Glasgow)

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Friday (5th February 2016) : Glasgow-based trio, The Barrelhouse Band are set to get the house rocking at Maggie Mays this Friday night with their blues, root and rock ‘n’ roll. Yeeeehaaaa!

Saturday (6th February 2016) : Country singer, Daniel Meade will be at Maggie Mays this Saturday night with his band, The Flying Mules. A must for fans of country-tinged, rock ‘n’ roll.

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

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Friday (5th February 2016) : Party band, The Bronx Band are the entertainment at Sweeney’s on Friday night, bringing their take on well-known pop, soul and rock hits, both old and new.

Saturday (6th February 2016) : Cahoots take the afternoon slot at Sweeney’s this Saturday from 4pm, while The Keelies are the soundtrack for Saturday night.

McChuills (High Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (5th February 2016) : McChuills boasts an impressive live line-up on Friday night with live performances from LUX LIVES, Mondo A Go Go, Fanny Pelmet & The Bastard Suits, Bucky Rage, Jericho Hill, Reverse Cowgirls, Bang Bang Band Girl, Fnords and Charles Randolph Rivers. DJ Tigermask will be spinning records before, during and after!

Saturday (6th February 2016) : The Gift will be live onstage on Saturday night in McChuills, with DJ Demented in charge of the after-gig tunes.

The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

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Friday (5th February 2016) : The Frank O’Hagan Band take up their regular slot at The Scotia on Friday night from 9.30pm.

Saturday (6th February 2016) : Crawling Green Snake take up the afternoon slot from 4.30pm, while The Lockhearts bring their take on pop and rock classic, past and present from 9.30pm onwards on Saturday night.

Sunday (7th February 2016) : Scotia regulars, Three Card Trick will be bringing the rock AND roll on Sunday night from 5pm; the ideal antidote for the unavoidable reality of Monday morning. 

 

 

 

 

Primal Scream Bring The Light

Scottish psychedelic rockers, Primal Scream have teamed up with US singer, Sky Ferreira for new single, “Where The Light Gets In”, taken from their forthcoming LP, “CHAOSMOSIS”.

“CHAOSMOSIS” is the follow-up to 2013’s “More Light” and is due to drop on Friday 18th March 2016; the album will also feature guest vocals from sibling trio, Haim on “100% Or Nothing” and Cat’s Eyes, Rachel Zeffira on a track called, “Private Wars”.

Ferreira is an American singer, model and actress, who released her debut LP, “Night Time, My Time” in October 2013 and supported wild child, Miley Cyrus on her “Bangerz Tour”.

Primal Scream will be out on tour in March/April 2016, including a date at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Wednesday 30th March 2016.

“CHAOSMOSIS” is out on Friday 18th March 2016.

 

Gutter Gig Guide : 03/02/2016

Gigs This Week

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut play host to heavy metal band, Soulfly tonight (Thursday 4th February 2016). The band, from Phoenix, Arizona, formed in 1997 and have released 10 studio albums to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Archangel”. Support comes from Incite (USA).

Glasgow-based, Irish singer/songwriter, Martha Ffion will be at Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Friday (5th February 2016) as part of her current UK Tour. Ffion takes inspiration from The Beach Boys, Rilo Kiley and Nancy Sinatra and is known for her dream-pop sound.

Memphis-born, country punk rockers, Lucero are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Audio on Friday (5th February 2016). The band formed in 1998 and released their 11th studio LP, “All A Man Should Do” in September 2015. Support comes from Ducking Punches.

The Record Factory play host to The Stone Foxes on Friday (5th February 2016). The band, from San Francisco, California, formed in 2005 and are known for their blues-tinged rock ‘n’ roll. The Stone Foxes have released four studio albums to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Twelve Spells”.

Reading-born rock ‘n’ rollers, The Amazons are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Saturday (6th February 2016). The quartet recently released their debut EP, “Don’t You Wanna?”

New Jersey, indie rockers, The Front Bottoms are at Glasgow’s Garage on Sunday (7th February 2016). The band formed in 2007 and released their fifth studio LP, “Back On Top” in September 2015.

American singer/songwriter, Eleanor Friedberger is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Broadcast on Sunday (7th February 2016). Friedberger is from Illinois and is best known as being one half of indie rock duo, The Fiery Furnaces, alongside older brother, Matthew. Friedberger released her debut solo LP, “Last Summer” in July 2011. Friedberger’s third solo LP, “New View” was released in January of this year.

Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall plays host to indie outfit, Suede on Monday (8th February 2016). The band formed in London in 1989 and their self-titled, debut LP was released in 1993; it was the fastest-selling, debut LP in over 10 years. The band will be performing their new album, “Night Thoughts”, which dropped in January of this year, in full as well as a mix of hits old and new.

London-born outfit, Ulrika Spacek are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Monday (8th February 2016). The band are out in support of their forthcoming debut LP, “The Album Paranoia”, which is due to drop this Friday (5th February 2016).

Norwegian newcomer, Okay Kaya is at Glasgow’s Broadcast on Monday (8th February 2016). Fast becoming know for her “spidery love songs”, Kaya is due to drop her debut album sometime in 2016.

Just Announced

Earth, Wind & Fire have unveiled plans to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Thursday 30th June 2016. The band, from Chicago, formed in 1969 and their tracks spanned across R&B, soul, funk, jazz and disco pop.

Tickets go on-sale on Friday 5th February 2016 @ 9am

Rod Stewart has announced a UK Tour for November/December 2016, including a date at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on. 

Tickets go on-sale on Friday 5th February 2016 @ 9am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cinema Club : 29/01/2016

New Releases

Spotlight

Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams and Liev Schreiber star in this incredible true story of how a group of investigative journalists uncovered an abuse scandal and cover up. It’s summer 2001 and The Boston Globe has a new Editor in place, Marty Baron (Schreiber) who is curious to know why Catholic priests have gone unpunished with regards to child abuse. Baron seeks out the help of the paper’s investigative unit, “Spotlight” to help uncover the awful truth; headed up by Walter Robinson (Keaton) and includes tenacious reporters, Michael Rezendes (Ruffalo) and Sacha Pfeiffer (McAdams). The team work tirelessly over a six month period, the piece together the horrifying truth of a systematic cover up of child sex abuse. 

Dirty Grandpa

Uptight corporate lawyer, Jason Kelly (Zac Efron) is set to marry his boss’ controlling daughter, Meredith (Julianne Hough) in a few days time when his recently widowed Grandfather, Dick (Robert DeNiro) asks him for a lift to Florida. How can Jason possibly say no? When they hit the road together, Jason sees a whole new side to his beloved Grandpa; a foul-mouthed, sex-crazed, party animal eager to make up for lost time! By the time they hit Daytona Beach, the pair embark on an outrageous feast of partying, fighting (!) and bonding.

The 33

When a group of miners embarked on a shift in the San Jose Mine in Chile’s Atacama Desert in 2010, little did they know that they were about to become global news. Based on the amazing true story that gripped the globe of 33 miners who survived underground for 69 days when the 121 year old mine collapsed on them. Antonio Banderas, Gabriel Byrne and Juliet Binoche star.

Youth

Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel star as elderly best friends reflecting on their lives. Caine is Fred Ballinger, an accomplished, but now retired music composer, while Keitel is Mick Boyle, a director still planning his last great movie. Fred is flattered when the Queen’s emissary asks him to perform at Prince Philip’s birthday concert, but he politely declines. Meanwhile, Mick becomes disheartened when his regular collaborator, ageing diva, Brenda Morel (Jane Fonda) turns the movie down. Dejected and depressed, the pals go on vacation to The Swiss Alps where they reflect on their lives, and admit they see little in their future.

 

“Mulder, It’s Me . . .” The X Files Returns To UK Screens

Channel 5 have confirmed that they will be bringing the brand NEW series of “The X Files” to UK screens on Monday 8th February 2016 at 9pm.

The 6 episode event sees David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprise their iconic roles as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully for the first time in 8 years. Original cast members, Mitch Pileggi, Annabeth GishWilliam B. Davis and “Lone Gunmen” Bruce Harwood, Tom Braidwood and Dean Haglund are also on-board for the reboot, as well as new recruits Joel McHale, Lauren Ambrose and Robbie Amell. The series premiered in The US last weekend.

“The X Files” began in 1993 and ran for nine seasons before concluding in 2002; the franchise also spawned two feature films, 1998’s “Fight The Future” and 2008’s “I Want To Believe”, which co-starred Scottish comedian, Billy Connolly. The series charted Mulder and Scully’s search for “the truth” amid plots of alien abduction and government conspiracy, with a monster or two along the way.

Since the end of “The X Files”, Duchovny starred as Hank Moody in the hit TV series, “Californication”, which ended last year and, more recently, as Detective Sam Hodiak in “Aquarius”, set in 1960s Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Anderson starred opposite Christian Grey himself, Jamie Dornan as DSI Stella Gibson in BBC’s “The Fall”, as well as Miss Havisham in “Great Expectations” in 2011 and as Dr Bedelia Du Maurier in “Hannibal”.

Mulder and Scully are back on Channel 5 on Monday 8th February 2016 at 9pm.

The truth is STILL out there . . .

 

 

Live Review : The Corrs, The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (26/01/2016)

“Ah fuckin’ love you, Andrea!!!”

It only took one intoxicated, Glaswegian reveller to sum up the feelings of the entire crowd as The Corrs made their SSE Hydro debut on Tuesday night as part of their UK Tour bringing an end to their decade-long hiatus. The feeling, it seemed, was certainly mutual as the main Corr sang, sashayed and seduced her audience as if no time at all had passed since their late 90s heyday.

The pop/rock sibling were out in support of their long-awaited sixth studio LP, “White Light” which dropped in November 2015. Despite its infancy in comparison to the tracks that shape their “Greatest Hits” collection, the light sprinkling of new tracks went over well with fans, particularly lead single, “Bring On The Night”, “Ellis Island”, a song about immigration according to lead Corr, Andrea and “I Do What I Like”, which kicked off proceedings.

With the exception of the customary “Thanks very much” between tracks, chat was limited, but the ear to ear grins on both Sharon and Andrea Corr’s faces throughout said it all. Despite their striking beauty, The Corrs were always a band to let the music do the talking, so why change the habit of a lifetime? If there was any lasting doubt, the middle instrumental segment really DID let the music do the talking . . . Piano, violin, tin whistle . . . Need I say more?

However, it was the hits that made the evening, and wanted the fans (both old and new) wanted to hear; the piano introduction to “Runaway” provoked the biggest cheer of the evening and a mass sing-a-long of the famous chorus followed, while “Dreams”, “So Young”, “What Can I Do?”, “Radio” and their only number one single, “Breathless” took the audience on a nostalgic trip when the Irish family made folk rock cool, long before Marcus Mumford came along . . .

The gig might not have been sold out, but there was no question that the crowd were sold on having The Corrs back again. Let’s hope they don’t leave it so long until next time.

 

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