Venue Cafe Bar - 427 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow - G2 3LG

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Joe Gideon with Jim Sclavunos (March 17th) Neil Michael Hagerty & The Howling Hex (May 12th), Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind (April 3rd), Yuck (May 14th), Basia Bulat (April 15th), Youth Club (Feb 24th), Hayden James (March 15th), The Bros. Landreth (Feb 27th), Laetitia Sadier + Nicholas Krgovich (March 24th)

Upcoming Events:


Thursday 11th February

NZCA Lines + Machines In Heaven


“NZCA LINES is the solo project of Michael Lovett. The name NZCA LINES stems from the Nazca Lines, a series of ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca region of Peru, gigantic drawings made in the desert to be seen by the gods. Released in 2012, NZCA LINES’ eponymous debut album fused pop melodies, lush arrangements and R&B beats with a sci-fi aesthetic to create accomplished synth-pop, owing in equal part to Scritti Politti, The Beach Boys and the analog braindance of Rephlex Records. Produced by Charlie Alex March (Gold Panda, Veronica Falls) and mixed by Ash Workman (Simian Mobile Disco, Francoise & The Atlas Mountains, Metronomy), the record received high praise from critics, Time Out pronouncing it “debut of the year”, whilst the NME called it “ruddy marvellous” and the Quietus deemed it “perfect”.”

NZCA LINES return with new album Infinite Summer, released on 22nd January 2016. It will be the first release for their new label home Memphis Industries (Poliça, Field Music, Dutch Uncles).

Guardian stream


+ Machines In Heaven

“Dense, multi-layered, epic, euphoric journey from dark to light and back again, then around and around and around for the baffling wonderment of eternity.”


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Friday 12th February

The Black Tambourines + Warm Brains + Spinning Coin

The Black Tambourines

“The Black Tambourines deliver fast-paced, lo-fi garage rock that sounds as if it has been physically filtered through the choppy surf of Falmouth’s finest beach fronts. Their third EP Chica (released via Art is Hard Records in 2011) and subsequent self-titled album caught the attention of those yearning for a scrappy youthful sound without pretence. Buzzing with a rare urgency, they possess the kind of grit that only comes from years of DIY shows.” via End of the Road


+ Warm Brains

“An album built around the paradoxical combination of self-deprecation and self-satisfaction, Big Wow is, by its very nature, a record at odds with itself from the word go.” review at The Line of Best Fit


+ Spinning Coin

“a new boyband from glasgow feauturing members of passion pusher, breakfast muff, youngstrr joey, smack wizards, the yawns, neighbourhood gout, mr peppermint, eternal fags, plaaydoh…etc…etc…”


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MONDO 12-2

Friday 12th February

Mondo w/ Gillies & Turner (Free Entry)

For out first party of 2016 we’re welcoming two good friends and solid DJs to take over the cockpit for a one-off 2hr disco extraveganza.

Tre Turner played a serious italo set for us last year and we couldn’t wait to get him back. With releases on Envy Music and a previous residency held in Hong Kong, he’s got all the skills he needs to get the floor working. Alan Gillies is a dedicated digger with an encyclopedic knowledge of music, so we’ll be expecting some unheard and rare cuts from him.

This is going to be a total belter, NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

Support on the night from Mondo residents


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WTN 13-2

Saturday 13th February

What’s The Noise Presents – Jack Rowberry

Jack Rowberry

“Jack Rowberry, Winner of a Scottish Alternative Music Award 2014, underlines the plans for this year starting with a Scottish Tour and a brand new EP called ‘Staring At The Sun’. Following a busy 2013 from Sell-out shows, Festival appearances, National press, Radio and TV airplay, Jack Rowberry is now a well-known name on the UK Music Scene and has set the stage for the next musical assault.  With his band he will be on tour to promote the new EP from April – July.”

+ Mesmerene

“Mesmerene are a dynamic Glasgow four piece who formed in October 2013. Their music covers a range of musical genres with their main influences coming from the likes of Radiohead, Nirvana, Oasis and Blur. The band made their live debut in February 2014 and have gone on to play many more successful live shows honing their superb live sound along the way. Their last live performance in the Record Factory in Glasgow gained the band a lot of praise for their energetic and heart-felt live performance. They recorded their self-titled debut ep, which contains the anthemic ‘A Heart That Hurts’ and the uplifting ‘Lonely Times’, at Foundry Music Lab. The ep received many positive reviews including a great one from the Daily Record.”

+ The Label

“Formed by frontmen and childhood friends Michael Kerr and Jordan McGlynn upon their return to Scotland at the end of 2013, The Label are a 4-piece band from heroin-capital of Europe, Paisley. Cultivating a sound that is both instantly familiar yet fresher than yesterday’s milk, they fuse hard hits, big riffs, delicate melodies and bittersweet lyrics into an energy-laden guitar-based music not constrained by genre nor afraid to be big and uncool. 2014 saw them build a loyal following through a series of high-energy performances around Scotland’s central belt, before successfully recording and self-releasing their debut EP in February 2015. A summer of writing new material has seen them return to the live arena with a headline show at Glasgow’s famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, with plans for a UK tour and single release late 2015/early 2016.”

+ Betty’s Club

“Betty’s Club are a four piece indie/rock band from the East End of Glasgow. The band formed in April 2013 and adopted the name Betty’s Club the following year. The band’s debut gig was in a sold out Kitty O’Shea’s in Glasgow City Centre on 13th December 2015. Since that debut gig the band has had more successful gigs in venues such as The Record Factory and The Buff Club. “Black Magic” received airtime on Jim Gellatly’s radio show in April 2015 and in January 2016 the band played a live acoustic set live on Rab Brogan’s Rewind and Unsigned radio show on Sunny Govan Radio.”

+ Chloe Marie

“Chloe Marie is a young singer/songwriter from Ayrshire who wants to touch the hearts of her listeners through her music!”


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Saturday 13th February

The Church of Good Times w/ Category D (Free Entry)

“You’ve got the love I need to see me through”

After the madness of our 80s party we’ve decided just to keep it simple for February with our resident Worky and Category D B2B all night long playing a heavenly mix of classics & hidden gems both old & new to keep you movin’ into the wee small hours!!

If you are feeling generous we will be taking a collection for a different good cause each month. This month we are collecting for the British Heart Foundation

All Welcome!

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Sunday 14th February

Money + Bernard & Edith


“Soul-searching Manchester rock trio Money will release its sophomore albumSuicide Songs Jan. 29 on Bella Union. The title is heavy, the music follows suit, and their latest music video is a reflection of that. The music video for “I’ll Be the Night” is frontman Jamie Lee’s world-weary inner monologue come to life. It follows him from his book-cluttered London residence to a local pub, where you’re invited to greet the locals through his own eyes. The camera blurs just so as the night wears on. Lee assures it’s not a love song, but he certainly pledges solidarity with the denizens around him.” via Billboard

+ Bernard & Edith


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Monday 15th February

An evening with William McCarthy of AUGUSTINES (Sold Out)


“Journals, Maps, Stories & Songs: An Evening with William McCarthy of Augustines will see me performing all throughout Europe, Ireland and the U.K. These will be intimate shows, in small venues, where I’ll be able to get up close and personal with audiences as I tell stories, read from art journals, and share songs I’ve been writing over the last decade and a half.” William McCarthy




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