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


Thursday 21st September

Red Bull Studios presents BEAT ROOTS


Beat Roots, the latest project out of Red Bull Studios London, teams up two of the Glasgow scene’s star producers – Polonis and Rapture 4D – with the cream of the London scene.


Following forthcoming exclusive mixtapes, interviews and freestyle footage on, Beat Roots will return to Glasgow for an intimate performance at the city’s 150-capacity venue Broadcast, featuring Rapture 4D b2b Spooky, Polonis b2b Grandmixxer, Capo Lee, C Cane, Flirta D, YGG, Shogun and more.


11PM Doors - £5 ADV - Facebook Event


Friday 22nd September

Mindset x Modula Records


After a brilliant night in Broadcast recently to celebrate Part 2 of our 1st Birthday, we’ve been invited back and we are launching our monthly parties in one of Glasgows hidden gems. Intimate basement raving left in the good hands of our residents Gourlay & Craig Hamilton.

Along side the helping hands of Modula Records residents Jezz Simpson & Charlie Craig aka Somnus. Somnus are known for being a couple of sound lads who get their fame from their long sets through in Edinburgh. Parties at the Hectors House have been what these guys do best especially when they are holding the fort all night long.

Free entry allllllllll night long. Dress code = dress to sweat.

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Friday 29th September

Hullabaloo w/ Dom + Butsay

We’re back in the broadcast basement on the 29th of September after taking August off to recharge and shit like that. As far as the music goes, you know what to expect by now: house techno and everything in between x

Free entry

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Thursday 5th October

Soft Riot, Nao Katafuchi, Vixxxionary, Current Affairs & DJs

Control Social Club & Possession Records Present…
Doors: 7.30pm | Close 1:00am
£5 on the door

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Our own JJD is headlining this show and it will be a special show for his new album on Possession, “The Outsider In The Mirrors” which is out in mid-autumn 2017. A newcomer to Glasgow, Soft Riot is a Canadian intruder now based in the UK. JJD’s personal experience with music, containing elements of synthesiser-based film soundtracks, romantic italo-style flourishes, throbbing arpeggiations and angular, psychedelic synth-pop all tied together with an underlying tension. A singing synthwave octopus.

Nao is a Japanese artist who makes electronic music with a guitar & a synth box, creating his own world of cold romantic wave. Growing up in the suburb of Tokyo in the 1980’s, Nao spent his teenage years on the streets of Shibuya searching for instruments and records, falling in love with electronic music and inhaling everything that the district had to offer. The urban flair of Tokyo, where the growth of hi-tech industry was years ahead from the rest of the world, influenced what would later become his retro-futuristic trademark sound. In the early 90s he moved to New York and most recently, Münster DE. His first full length album Émergence as “Nao Katafuchi” was released in 2015 with contributions from Kevin Komoda (Rational Youth), Liz Wendelbo (Xeno & Oaklander), Tomo Akikawabaya and Tona Ohama.

An electronic incarnation from fixtures in Glasgow’s vibrant
electronic scene, including Bonzai Bonner and Cutmaster Cosmo from Shoot Your Shot.

Your favourite local “chorus pedal damaged” post-punk band! With members in oodles of other bands such as Shopping, Anxiety, Rose McDowall, etc, uzw, et al, ad infinitum…

And last on this list but certainly not the least; we have Danse Catnip and Pasta, Glasgow’s finest Goth/Italo/Post-Punk hybrid night cooking up some fine selections in periodic episodes throughout the evening.

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double sight

Thursday 5th October

DOUBLE SIGHT ’17 – Glasgow garage & psych weekend

with 60s psychedelic legends Kaleidoscope UK.

10PM Doors - £4-16 - Facebook Event


Sunday 15th October

Flat Worms (Castle Face Records)

Flat Worms (Los Angeles, USA // Castle Face Records)

Flat Worms is a three piece punk band from Los Angeles with Will Ivy, Tim Hellman (Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps) and Justin Sullivan (Kevin Morby, The Babies). Next album is coming out on Castle Face Records in October – Their EP is out now, check out ‘Red Hot Sand’ here:

Late night special (Doors 11pm) + Guest TBA

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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.








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

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

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