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

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STAG AND DAGGER 2018 // Sunday 6th May

THE WEIRDOS // Tuesday 7th August

STARCRAWLER // Saturday 9th June

WHITE HILLS + GNOD // Monday 30th April

KING TUFF // Tuesdat 14th April

Upcoming Events:


Saturday 21st April

100 Fables / The Reason / Rebekah Kirk

Scruff of the Neck & Fortune presents

100 Fables
100 Fables were born from a shared love of the new wave movement and their passion for the mid 70s CBGBs scene
TWEET: @100fables

The Reason

TWEET: @TheReasonBand_

Rebekah Kirk
She already seems to have the talent of the greatest inside her – powerful, soulful and curiously much more mature than what you would expect – FNUF
TWEET: @rebekah_kirk


“Making waves we shouldn’t ignore” – Hattie Pearson, Key 103 & ex-Radio X
“Super-cool imprint” – Manchester Evening News
“Scruff are proving themselves to be instrumental in bringing forward new talent” – Louder Than War
“A one-stop-shop for getting acts to the next level” – Ben Ryles, DHP Family
“Discovering and developing some great talent in Manchester and beyond, it’s exciting to be working with them” – Joe Vesayaporn, Music Glue




DOORS: 7pm
CURFEW: 11:00 PM

ADDRESS: Broadcast, 427 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, G2 3LG

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Sunday 22nd April

Carousel Kings // Home Wrecked

Carousel Kings // Home Wrecked

Support from:

– Remind me of Home

Doors: 6:30pm

Tickets: £8 advance

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Monday 23rd April

Fakear + Geoffrey


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Tuesday 24th April

Antwon + Dylan Ross

Antwon’s unique style makes all the more sense when one acknowledges his punk roots. From his Bay Area powerviolence-steeped past through his tenure in filth-ridden hardcore band Leather, Antwon’s love of hip-hop has been offset by his appreciation for the more brutal niches of underground rock. Despite rock and hip-hop’s domination in three decades of pop culture, few attempts at bridging the stylistic divide between the two communities have yielded respectable success stories. Perhaps the most obvious reason for the long list of failures in this brand of crossover stems from the glut of ham-fisted appropriations from guitar-centric artists who have no real grasp of hip-hop’s roots. For every Check Your Head, there are a million Significant Otherequivalents. Ultimately, the ability to operate in both worlds with any sort of style and credibility has required a genuine understanding and appreciation for their distinctively innate qualities. You can’t just cram rap verses into a rock format or lazily sample a Metallica hook and expect intriguing results. The magic of Antwon’s craft is that he manages to apply the aesthetics of crucial underground bands—the succinct outbursts of Infest, the mechanical throb and lush layers of Jesu, the cocaine-night nostalgia of Chromatics—into a hip-hop format.

Antwon’s deft ability to absorb and recontextualize disparate musical elements has not gone unrecognized. While it’s no surprise that his refreshing approach has won an audience in the hip-hop world, it’s the percolating excitement over his tracks in the fickle indie rock press world and the hardcore-matinee-level crowd eruptions at his shows that really demonstrate Antwon’s burgeoning position as one of the leading voices in the rap community. With this building fanbase sending him out for performances across the U.S., U.K., and the far reaches of the European continent, Antwon’s cross-pollinated empire looms larger every day.

Special Guest: Dylan Ross

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Wednesday 25th April

She Past Away + Selofan & Soft Riot

She Past Away is dark-wave with a reworked 80’s sound. Signature guitar sound of the post-punk era, combined with minimalist poetry in Turkish. Often an outburst of sentimental anxiety through the nihilistic mind-frame, it is personal. Yet it is broad, a wondering mind brave enough to question taboo and existence.

She Past Away is driving, it is mesmerizing. It is a haunt.

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Thursday 26th April

Peter Cat + A. Wesley Chung + The Violet Kind


A night of twisty, turny, abstract indie good stuff from Glasgow (with a bit of Long Beach, CA thrown in for good measure).

Headlining are friendly neighbourhood experimental chamber poppers PETER CAT (featuring current & former members of The Cosmic Dead, Halfrican, bell lungs) with a lush full-band performance; they’ve been described as having “just the right mix of brilliance and weirdness” by The Metaphorical Boat. Their new single & video ‘Hand Through Hair’ (mixed & directed by Chris McCrory of Catholic Action) rolls out in May, with a wide-ranging promotional tour taking in dates in London, Brighton, Rome and elsewhere in southern Italy. FFO: Sparks, The Divine Comedy, FFS, The Magnetic Fields.

The immensely talented A. WESLEY CHUNG (previously of noughties’ indie-folk collective Boris Smile and currently of LP Records artist The Great Albatross) will be performing his solo material with a full complement of musicians; The Line Of Best Fit recently described his new single ‘Restless’ as “both uplifting and blues-inducing…a moving tribute to missing the lonesome crowded west”.

THE VIOLET KIND are an exciting indie rock trio, playing catchy melodies entwined with bright chords and an experimental rhythm section. They’ve received critical acclaim from the likes of The Skinny, Tenement TV and Team Rock, and were named as ‘UK Artist of the Week” by The Vinyl District. Wreck My Brain hailed them as “an amalgamation of the more comprehensible side of shoegaze, the early years of Paramore and the sweet, sweet sounds of Californian lo-fi”.

£4 OTD

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Friday 27th April

This Feeling w/ Avalanche Party, The Vanities

“The best club in the UK for future rock n roll stars” Noel Gallagher


AVALANCHE PARTY “With a fistful of monster tunes and one of the best new live bands around, it’s all set to go massive for Avalanche Party” GigSlutz
The Vanities
Oskar Braves

This Feeling DJs play…

Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles, Black Honey, Blossoms, Blur, BRMC, Cabbage, Catfish & The Bottlemen, The Charlatans, The Cribs, The Coral, Courteeners, David Bowie, DMA’s, Doves, Kasabian, The La’s, The Libertines, Oasis, Primal Scream, Pulp, Reverend & The Makers, The Rifles, The Rolling Stones, The Smiths, Stone Roses, Super Furry Animals, The Strokes, Suede, Supergrass, Temples, Trampolene, The Shimmer Band, The Verve, The Who, Yonaka + lots more including all the best new bands in the land

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