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

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THE BELLRAYS // Saturday 14th October

VASUDEVA + VASA // Tuesday 15th August

AVEY TARE // Sunday 5th November

LITTLE CUB // Sunday 1st October

ANGELO DE AUGUSTINE // Friday 10th November

Upcoming Events:

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Thursday 27th July

Boob Dylan + Misc. Meat + Polarnecks

Boob Dylan
4 polite boys trying really hard at this, okay

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Friday 28th July

The Animal Mothers Present: Rocket Reducer, The Kundalini Genie

Freaks Assemble!!!
JOIN US for a night of Glasgow’s finest Garage, Psyc and Punk!

The Animal Mothers
https://theanimalmothers.bandcamp.com/
Rocket Reducer
https://soundcloud.com/rocketreducer
The Kundalini Genie
https://the-kundalini-genie.bandcamp.com/

Doors – 7.30pm
Entry – £5

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Saturday 29th July

Soldier On + Logan’s Close

Millennial Rock & Rollers are back with their latest single “SIXTIES GIRL” which will be released Saturday July 29th at Broadcast in Glasgow.

Only 100 limited edition copies of the single will be available on the night.

Support comes from the magnificent Logan’s Close.

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Sunday 30th July

Jamie Lee Harrison

Come and meet me at a show, I’ll be performing my songs from BGT, covers and songs from my brand new album!
30th July 2017 – Glasgow, Broadcast

Tickets limited at £9.50
Available here: http://www.seetickets.com/tour/jamie-lee-harrison

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Monday 31st July

Skating Polly + Hands Off Gretel

Skating Polly, a sister duo from Oklahoma made up of Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse, formed in 2009 after a jam session at the girls’ Halloween party. After recording their debut album Taking Over the World in their living room. Their sophomore album, Lost Wonderfuls, (produced by Exene Cervenka of X and mixed by Kliph Scurlock of The Flaming Lips) was released in April, 2013. Their third album, Fuzz Steilacoom, released March of 2014 was tracked by Calvin Johnson of Beat Happening at Dub Narcotic Studio.

Raised on ‘70s punk and early-‘90s alt-rock, Mayo (age 15) and Bighorse (19) mine inspiration from artists as disparate as Johnny Cash, The Ramones, Nirvana, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Bikini Kill and saturate their own songs with a raw energy reminiscent of their musical heroes. Skating Polly takes a minimalist approach to songwriting, with the two self-taught musicians (Bighorse plays guitar, Mayo plays a guitar/bass hybrid called a basitar, and both girls play drums and piano) crafting super-catchy melodies mainly by “messing around with our instruments and figuring out how to make cool noises,” according to Bighorse. But despite their stripped-down aesthetic, their songs contain a rich emotionalism that’s at turns brutally in-your-face, gut-wrenchingly tender, and irresistibly fun. A critic described their single ‘Alabama Movies’ as “an undeniable piece of work…a knockout punch that pummels your rib cage into shrapnel shards for all its thunderous percussion, palpable tension and Kelli Mayo’s piercing, possessed vocals.”

Along with earning the adoration of Cervenka (whom they befriended after attending one of the X singer’s 2010 solo shows and playing their demos on a cell phone), Skating Polly has found fans and supporters in Rosanne Cash, Kat Bjelland and Lori Barbero (Babes in Toyland), Sean Lennon, Donita Sparks (L7), Kate Nash, John Doe (X), legendary DJ Rodney Bingenheimer and the actor Viggo Mortensen. They have shared the stage with punk legends like Mike Watt, and hit the road with indie heavy-hitters  Deerhoof, Kate Nash, Flaming Lips and Band of Horses.  The stepsisters typically optimize their travel time by writing songs on their ukulele.

Prolific songwriters who are constantly recording when not on the road, the duo is finalizing two new releases for 2015. In the meantime, they are hitting the road with Perfect Pussy in March. In May, they will play overseas for the first time when they tour the UK with the reunited Babes in Toyland.

Both Mayo and Bighorse are intent on ignoring what’s fashionable and staying true to their passion for challenging music with long-lasting appeal. “The musicians we’re most inspired by are the ones who keep on going and going, who devote their entire lives to coming up with new and different stuff,” says Mayo. “A lot of times at our shows people will come up to us and tell us, ‘Keep on doing what you’re doing, don’t ever stop’ and we’re just like, ‘Yeah—we weren’t planning on ever stopping.”

 

With Special Guests: Hands Off Gretel

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Tuesday 1st August

Mind The Time & The Poets

The hugest huddle ever of contributing poets to Mind The Time reading their work from the book.
Subject to International call-ups, unplanned injuries and quite frankly their performance during pre-season training the squad will include:
Stephen Watt, Derek Parkes, Graham Fulton, Karyn Dougan, Max Scratchmann, Finola Scott, Stuart A Paterson, Kevin Graham, David Moffat, Andrew McNeil, Ian Hunter, Marie-Therese Taylor, Sheila Templeton and Jim Mackintosh

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Wednesday 2nd August

On Hollow Ground + Bearers Of The Divide

Never Forgotten Promotions in association with Empathy Records presents:

On Hollow Ground

Bearers of The Divide

DEFECTOR

Initium:Quietus

2nd August – 7pm doors
Broadcast
Tickets – £5 Advance

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