Tuesday (17th October 2017) : Rationale @ Oran Mor

Rationale, aka Tinashe Fazakerley is bringing his brand of soulful R ‘n’ B and indie pop-inspired electronica to Glasgow’s Oran Mor tomorrow night. Rationale, who was born in Zimbabwe, released his self-titled debut under his new stage name this month.

Wednesday (18th October 2017) : Zara Larsson @ Glasgow’s 02 Academy¬†

Glasgow’s 02 Academy plays host to Swedish songstress, Zara Larsson this week; the singer is out in support of her second studio effort, “So Good” which was released in March of this year. “So Good” follows her 2014 debut LP, “1”.

Thursday (19th October 2017) : The Horrors @ Glasgow QMU

Indie rockers, The Horrors play at Glasgow’s QMU this week; the band, from Southend-on-Sea, formed in 2005 and have released five studio efforts since then, the latest being “V” which dropped last month.

Friday (20th October 2017) : Train @ Glasgow’s 02 Academy

Pop rockers, Train are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy this weekend as part of their current “Play That Song Tour”. The band, from San Francisco, are best known for their signature single, “Drops Of Jupiter”, and released their tenth studio album, “A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat” in January of this year.

Saturday (21st October 2017) : The Frank And Walters @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut

Cork born, alt rockers, The Frank And Walters are scheduled to play Glasgow’s legendary King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut this weekend. The band, who formed in 1989, have released eight studio albums in their career, the most recent being 2016’s “Songs For The Walking Wounded”.

Sunday (22nd October 2017) : Chantel McGregor @ Glasgow’s 02 ABC

Blues guitarist and singer, Chantel McGregor is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC this weekend; the singer, from Bradford, is out in support of her latest LP, “Lose Control” which dropped in October 2015.

Monday (23rd October 2017) : Acid Mothers Temple @ Broadcast

Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to Japanese psychedelic rockers, Acid Mothers Temple next week. The band, who originally formed in 1995, have released an unbelievable 74 studio albums in their career, the most recent being 2016’s “Wake To A New Dawn Of Another Astro Era”.