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


Thursday 26th October

Everybody Dance: A Celebration of Nile Rodgers

He isn’t exactly a household name but you may know him as the leader of disco legends Chic or as Daft Punks collaborator on ‘Get Lucky’…
Nile Rodgers is probably responsible for some of the best (& most important) dance music of all time & we would bet it’s almost impossible to be alive today and have not heard his music!

So we will be dedicating a full night to all of his hits with chic & all of his collabs (+probably plenty of tunes that have sampled his music as well) downstairs in our rave cave on Thursday 26th from 11pm!

Expect to hear: Chic, Sister Sledge, Carly Simon, Madonna, Duran Duran, Cyndi Lauper, The B52s, Grace Jones, Daft Punk, David Bowie, Diana Ross, INXS, Peter Gabriel + Much More!

~~~ FREE ENTRY ~~~

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Friday 27th October

Peach 3rd Edition

– 3rd Edition –

Back once again to turn the Broadcast basement into a sweat box. We are stripping this one back to basics with the main focus being the music.

We’ve got young selecta Dija holding down the booth for the first hour, please be aware there is no warm up…we are going straight in!

Resident K4CIE will be taking over the rest of the night providing all the rap, trap & grime juice you need. 2hours and 30mims of pure and utter dirty tunes… Be ready!

As always treat everyone with respect.
We want to see that positive peachy energy again and we are ready to go!


*£4 OTD*

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Saturday 28th October

CSC Halloween Special | w/ Bad Breeding & More

Control Social Club presents:

A late night Halloween Special showcase featuring Bad Breeding. Support from some of the country’s best new wave artists.

Saturday 28th October @ Broadcast, Glasgow.

BAD BREEDING formed in the winter of 2013 in Stevenage – a commuter-belt town north of London. Drawn together by an enthusiasm for old anarcho and a complete disdain for the misrepresentation of Britain’s working- class identity, Bad Breeding is an attempt to call out the rank injustices and political distortion peddled to people existing on the fringes. Made up of friends who muddled together through state school, the band serves as an outlet from the monotony of labouring work and humiliating temp jobs.

The band say of the record, “Divide was put together a couple of months after the EU referendum and particular parts of the record sought to make sense of the confusion and misdirection that was so prevalent last summer. In some ways it’s an attempt to resist the impulse to collapse under the weight of perpetual distortion packaged by certain sections of the British media, but at times we simply found ourselves instinctively lashing out in bewilderment at what was unravelling around us: the division and derision of certain sections of society, the enablement of xenophobia and the continued manipulation of working-class identity by politicians and press organisations alike.

“There are obviously some overtly political points being discussed on the record, although last year presented moments of pretty difficult personal trauma for us too and there are a few songs on the record that try to deal with those things.”

Once again the relentless rhythm section drives the sound with guitar work that is squealing and immense alongside vocals that spit bile and razor-sharp lyrics. Standouts include “The More the Merrier” – which sounds like prime Icons of Filth from 1985 whilst last track “Endless Impossibility” is a five-minute-plus dirge that hits hard like Killing Joke but with more noise and chaos. On Divide, Bad Breeding have upped the intensity and made an even stronger album. Rather than being self-released, they have now joined La Vida Es un Mus in Europe and Iron Lung in the States.








Future Glue








+++ BABY STRANGE // Sweaty Palms // CSC (DJs)

£6 ADV or in Halloween attire. Otherwise £8 otd. Doors 7.30pm

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Wednesday 1st November

MTH presents Swither (Slamboree Afterparty)

Making Things Happen presents …
SWITHER (A Slamboree afterparty)

On November 1st from 10pm – 3am , MTH are taking over Broadcast on Sauchiehall St featuring DJ sets from:
Zho Down Low
Bun Junglist
Johnny Circles
Vixen Sound.

Expect some heavy bass , hella funky , electro madness from a host of our favourite DJs from all across the country. There will be some hula hooping and some acrobatics too.

We are just a hop, a skip and a jump across the road from Slamboree’s iconic ABC gig happening that same evening so it’s going to be a legendary night all together.

Entry is only £3 if…

– You have a Slamboree ticket
– You get there before 1am
– You are a student/ unemployed
– You can tell us a funny joke

otherwise it’s £5 and we are going to party until at least 3am… on a schoolnight ? aye!!!! MTH!

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Thursday 2nd November

Under The Covers

When the bar is rockin’ you better come knockin’…

We’ll be curating our next playlist night with 1 thing in mind… COVER VERSIONS ONLY!!!
So from 10pm on Thursday 2nd Nov we will be playing nothing but the best covers upstairs in the bar for your listening pleasure!

Expect to hear covers from: The White Stripes, Marilyn Manson, The Clash, Ryan Adams, The Slits, Johnny Cash, Warpaint, Chet Faker, Placebo, Scissor Sisters, The Futureheads, CSS, Saint Etienne, Jose Gonzalez, Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Nirvana, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Jimi Hendrix, Bjork, Prince, The Fugees + many more!!!

~~~ FREE ENTRY ~~~

Drinks Promos (Available Mon-Thurs):
Vodka/Rum/Gin/Whisky & Mix – £2.10
Red Stripe Cans – £2.60
Pint of Sam Smiths (Beer or Cider) – £3.15
Classic White Russians – £3 or 2 for £4
Flavoured White Russians from £3.50
Cocktails from £3.95

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Friday 3rd November

Bassment Free Party

***Remember, Remember, the 3rd of November***

We return to the Broadcast BASSment for another residents special!

Best part about it? it’s Free!

Join our resident noisemakers Breezy and Graeme as they take you on a journey for 4 hours with some BIG tracks.

We’ll also have Brian Irmie and Steven Mitchell from the Mixtape Project in on support duties!

Expect House
Expect Techno
Expect the Unexpected..

Did we mention its free?

See you on the 3rd!

Breezy Soundcloud –
Graeme Drew Soundcloud –

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Saturday 4th November


A brand new club night travelling through genres. If it makes you move we will play it.

JP McGowan, FXWLL and Basil will bring you some of the best tunes from the 70s right through to tracks smashing it in the world of House today!

ELEV.8 aims to mix up the genres but also blend DJing with live performance sets. JP is the main man on the Vinyl, the master of the ones and two’s with Basil busting out his own vinyl moves to open the night, while FXWLL is the guru of gadgets, synths and new tech for his own unique performance sets.

If we like it and you move to it, we will play it.

ELEV.8 resident DJs –

JP McGowan

November 4th
Broadcast, Sauchiehall Street
11pm – 3am
£5 Entry

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Friday 10th November

Richard Russell (XL Recordings) pres. Everything Is Recorded

Broadcast & PCL Presents are excited to bring you…
Richard Russell presents ‘Everything Is Recorded’ (DJ Set)
Fri 10th Nov
£5 Tickets available now via the links below

Who is Richard Russell?

He is a former member of UK rave duo Kicks Like A Mule & the founder of arguably one of the best & most cutting edge music labels in the world XL Recordings created in 1989 to specifically release dance music which seen them go on to release some of the biggest classics of the 90s including EPs from The Prodigy, SL2, Liquid, House of Pain & much more…
Since those days Russell has exponentially expanded the roll call of XL artists, which are impeccable… Radiohead, White Stripes, Dizzee Rascal, Damon Albarn, FKA Twigs, Gil Scott Heron, The Horrors, Lone, Peaches, Sigur Rós, The xx, M.I.A. to name just a few….

His latest project is ‘Everything is Recorded’, part Radio Show (Reprezent 107.3 FM), part vehicle to release new music. The later sees a collection of tracks with various artists – 2017 Mercury Music Winner Sampha – has two new songs on the new project produced by Russell – the first being the exquisite “Close But Not Quite.

Reprezent 107.3FM | Night&Day
Everything Is Recorded – Close But Not Quite (ft. Sampha) [Official Music Video]
Everything Is Recorded – Mountains Of Gold (ft. Sampha, Ibeyi, Wiki & Kamasi Washington)

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