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


Thursday 30th March

Downstairs: CSC Presents: Bad Girlfriend / The Pale Kids / Fat Black Cats (Free Entry)

Control Social Club presents:

A late night showcase w/ Birmingham’s Bad Girlfriends first Scottish show. Plus support from Two of the citys best Garage-Punk bands.

Thursday 30th March @ Broadcast, Glasgow.

Bad Girlfriend
The Pale Kids



+++ Sweaty Palms (DJs)
Free Entry // Doors 11pm

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31-03 renegades TO PRINT

Friday 31st March

Renegades of Funk w/ Laurie Pitt (Golden Teacher)

​It is with great pleasure to announce that for our next party we will be complimenting the Broadcast sound system with a live drum set up! On the rhythm Sticks we have the one and only Laurie Pitt from the wonderful Golden Teacher’ who will be performing a special improvised set along with residents Alshy and Nowicki on the 1s and 2s.

Entry for this event is FREE and we preach for ya to scuff your talons quick and get down early! Expect the usual formula of Funk and Techno, only this time with a twist!

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Saturday 1st April


Our last ‘Love Trumps Hate’ event at Valentine’s Day raised over £350 for GCIN. Thank you to everyone who got involved with that one.

This time round we’re putting the (thoroughly demolished) Trump Piñata away in favour of an urban-jungle visual theme. We invite you to leave the city behind and escape with us.

Music policy is open to whatever the residents see fit, but we can anticipate a lot of house, techo and disco amongst some other side-dishes of sonic excellence.

Sound fun? Come down and get sweaty for charity.


= Line-up : PB Resident DJs =

MLW [‘Farewell and thanks for all the Fish’ Set]
MAAT [The Stonehaven Rave-n]
Pandawurst [Thee Ikea Dub Syndicate]


£3 before midnight, £4 after.

All tickets on the door.

11pm – 3am


Philanthrobeats is a volunteer led Glasgow based charity and social enterprise, dedicated to using creativity as a vehicle for social good. Since 2012 we have organised club nights, supported individuals in need, collaborated with communities and provided an open platform for free expression and activism

All proceeds go to ongoing Philanthrobeats projects around the Glasgow area.

Philanthro-projects include music classes for asylum seeker kids, and an anti-food-poverty cookbook).


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Sunday 2nd April

Jessy Lanza

Jessy Lanza is a producer and singer who comes from Hamilton Ontario, butstudied music at Concordia in Montreal. Her debut album which she recorded with partner Jeremy Greenspan from Junior Boys &’Pull My Hair Back’; , came out in 2013 to almost universal praise, she was featured in Guardian, Times, Dazed and Confused, Wonderland, Pitchfork, Fader and more, and performed on KCRW, in Europe and Channel 4 in the UK.

She has toured with Cut Copy and toured the world with Caribou, as well as contributing a song to his 2015 album. In 2015 she also recorded singles with DJ Spinn and Morgan Geist as well as being short listed for the Polaris prize 2014 and performed on Canadian TV. The first single from her album ‘Oh No’ ; ‘It Means I Love You’,; was released in January 2016 to an excited audience and was immediately picked up for ‘Best New Music’; at Pitchfork, and was featured on ‘New Music Friday’; with Apple. Spotify and Tidal.

Her second album is due out in May 2016 and she tours the world with Junior Boys in February and March, touring solo for the remainder of the year from May

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cold sweaty

Friday 7th April

Cold Sweat

Details TBA

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Saturday 8th April

Hullabaloo pres. DRIVE

Hullabaloo presents: Drive

Nicolas Winding Refn’s 2011 movie Drive was noted for two things: its stylistic, pastel aesthetic and it’s astounding soundtrack. On the 8th of April in Broadcast we’ll be playing songs from the soundtrack in a club context along with our favourite driving and pulsating electro (think soulwax/boys noize et al.)

If you haven’t seen the film, go watch it now it’s on Netflix.

Free entry

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Saturday 15th April

Say No More: Equatorial Broadcast II

!! Soul, Funk, Disco & House from around the globe !!

The Broadcast basement will once again transform into a paradise on Easter’s eve. Expect hypnotic tribal rhythms, warm melodies & exotic vocals.
Prepare to be transported.. Prepare to dance!

Residents Baz & Kanga will be joined by extra special guest Goldy Biscuit, who’s been on a quest to cement Afro / Polish sonic relations for some time now. Merriment guaranteed.

~ Free Entry All Night ~

Wanna dance? Say No More x

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Saturday 3rd June

ONRA (live)

Globetrotting producer Onra has staked his claim as one of the most exciting beat-makers of the past few years, thanks to releases like the 80’s Funk beat album Long Distance, various Boogie edits and his Chinoiseries collections (made with Chinese music samples found while traveling Asia).

His talent for delivering emotive, soulful hip-hop that really hits the spot is demonstrated through his multitude of releases since 2006. Hailing from Paris, Arnaud has produced six albums and even more EPs. Through his various releases, Onra evidently takes influences from a hugely eclectic range of sounds, from Jazz through to Funk and RnB; carefully and respectfully using these styles to craft a unique and refreshing take on traditional Hip-Hop.

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