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Saturday 19th August

Lemonhaze + Broken Boy + Neon Suicide + Victorias Flight

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Featuring… Lemonhaze

Lemonhaze are an Indie/rock band from Paisley, Scotland. They play an outstanding mix of refreshing, widescreen indie rock.

Headlining the night they are set to bring their amazing set alive.

Support comes from;

Broken BoyNeon SuicideVictorias Flight

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Sunday 20th August

Songwriter circle show with Mick Hargan – Katee Kross – Panic Anchor. Special Guest Kieran Sinclair

Following sold out shows at The Hug N Pint and Glad Cafe. The songwriter circle that is Panic Anchor, Katee Kross and Mick Hargan bring their show to Broadcast before heading out on a U.K. And Irish tour.

Mick Hargan

Mick Hargan released his 2nd record in 2015 – he signed with Chicago based publishers GO DIY – Since The summer of 2015 he has completed 3 Self Funded tours of the United States Culminating in a show at The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. He has also toured the United Kingdom and Ireland thrice and been making appearances in Reykjavik Iceland – Hargan also provides a platform in Glasgow for up and coming songwriters as well as touring musicians running and coordinating some 5 live gig / Showcases per week, justifying his moniker of being the hardest working musician.

Mick‘s a man after my own heart… uncompromising hard graft, no shit and relying on no-one but himself to make things happen” – Dave Arcari

Panic Anchor

Panic Anchor is the moniker for Glasgow based songwriter Andy McBride. Starting in early 2014 he played 100 plus shows throughout Glasgow, Scotland and Europe. Panic Anchor released their debut EP – The Tennessee Sundays EP in July 2014 and promoted it during a 4 week residency at The Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland.

2016 saw the follow up release ‘Codeine, Wine & Patsy Cline’ which included a full UK/IE tour and will follow this up with a headline European tour in September this year.

“There’s a hint of John Prine here…”

Americana UK

“Imagine a bluesy Lou Reed and you’re half way there….” – Glasgow Living

Katee Kross



Twitter @kateekross

Katee is a 20 year old singer/songwriter from Bishopbriggs who has already worked with some of the big Names In the Scottish scene, Katee has supported Karine Polwart in March 2015 at the Lochwinnoch Music Festival, and has also appeared at the 2015 Celtic Connectons, Katee has supported RedSky July, and North Sea gas as well as Scocha, In September 2015 Katee supported Barbara Dickson and also supported Barbara  in October 2015 after winning a finalist spot at the Spree Music Festival 2014 open stage Competition.

In may 2016 Katee Opened for James Grant of Love and Money

In October/November 2015 Katee traveled to Dunkeld for a week to play 4 gigs at the Dougie MacLean Amberfest .

In July 2015 Katee appeared on STV Glasgow’s Riverside show.

Katee Released her first E.P.  (2015) as well as a single, The Hammer released on iTunes on Boxing Day 2015,

In March 2016 Katee opened for Dougie MacLean at the Lochwinnoch Arts Festival and joined him onstage to sing ‘’This Love will Carry ‘’

Nov 2016 Katee once again supported Dougie MacLean at the Thomas Muir Festival

March 26  2016 seen the start of a week long tour for Katee ending in the Fort Theatre Bishopbriggs on Saturday 2 April 2016 for the release of her debut album ‘’Beautiful Dreamer’’ which is a 10 track album with 9 of the songs penned by Katee

In may 2016 Katee Opened for James Grant of Love and Money

In October 2016 Katee played at Wembley Arena with Seasick Steve here is a link

Nov 2016 Katee once again supported Dougie MacLean at the Thomas Muir Festival

InOctober 2017 Katee will open for Sandi Thom at the Oran Mor Glasgow

Katee has a very active gig schedule, performing most weekends.

Katee’s Second album ‘’Don’t Fade to grey’ was released on 26.March2017 And she teamed up with the Amberjax to tour with the album. They played King Tuts Glasgow ,Grand Ole Opry Glasgow, Broadcast Glasgow , Hug n Pint Glasgow as well as some acoustic gigs

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Monday 21st August

Tricot + Benjamin Blue + Chartered Trips

Tricot are an all-girl Japanese mathrock band hailing from Kyoto, who have started making some serious waves over this side of the world. Having recently signed to UK label, Big Scary Monsters ahead of the release of their third full length, entitled ‘3’ set for a 19th of May release.

‘3’ is chaotic melody from start to finish. Mixing it up between furious guitars and growling bass to that of a more relaxed post-punk, occasionally even in the same song. This is not an album that will become tired easily, with deeply textured songs it is a highly interesting listening experience.


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Tuesday 22nd August


Black Sheep Agency are very proud to be bringing the absolutely superblistener back to Glasgow, mere days after their appearance at ArcTanGent Festival No5. Listener, famed for their incredibly passionate live performances and one-of-a-kind “talk music” will be playing Broadcast on August 22nd in a show that is absolutely not to be missed.

Support comes in the form of A Sudden Burst of Colour, The Eagertongueand Aidan Rivett.

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Wednesday 23rd August

Casey Lowry

Get ready for Casey Lowry to steal your heart with his infectious ‘California Brunch Pop’ tunes.

At the young age of 19, Casey has already been featured as Radio One’s Artist of the Week and sold out some of the UK’s largest and most well known venues, all before releasing his first single.

He has been invited to play with The Hunna, The Sherlocks and Coasts on tour, attracting a legion of fans along the way, and it’s only the beginning.

His Radio One playlisted debut single ‘Trampoline’ achieved massive success in its first few weeks of release, charting at number 2 on Spotify’s UK Viral 50 charts and gaining over 250,000 streams on all platforms and counting.

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Thursday 24th August

Codist // Walt Disco // Why No?

Codist are back at it again, hitting the stage at Broadcast for another headline show with support from Walt Disco and Why No?. After kicking the year of with their release of ‘Porcelain Boy’ and supporting Pile Codist are picking up quite a bit of momentum this year, come help ’em out and sing along!

“Listening to Codist’s Porcelain Boy will cause your head to move in every conceivable direction, instead of just the traditional up and down.” RaveChild

Walt Disco


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Friday 25th August

Housewives + Fat Black Cats + Objectified

HOUSEWIVES are a London based experimental four piece creating music which lies on the boundary between noise and sound. Their austere, rhythmically charged music has a distinctively cold, minimalist edge; abrasive guitars blend with droning bass lines and propulsive, relentless drums. Their live approach is anti-performance, using a stark and minimal aesthetic coupled with intense and powerful compositions. Often using home made instruments, they explore unique sonic textures creating a challenging progressive sound.


They’ve gained major plaudits from the independent music press and the British scene as whole. After a sold out tape on Faux Discx they released their debut album ‘Work‘ with Hands In The Dark / Blank Editions / Negative Days in October 2015.

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Saturday 26th August

Langhorne Slim + Flew The Arrow

The Spirit Moves is Langhorne Slim’s newest collection of his now-signature, cinematic, joyful noise. Out on Dualtone Records August 7th, 2015, the album marks his second with rock-solid band The Law, and the highly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s critically acclaimed The Way We Move. Produced by Langhorne, The Law, and trusted cohort Kenny Siegal, the record was recorded with engineer Andrija Tokic at his East Nashville studio, the Bomb Shelter. A stunning portrait of Langhorne’s life in transition, The Spirit Moves offers beautiful glimpses of bold beginnings and risks taken, creating an ode not only to a better life, but to the vulnerability needed to live it. “By opening myself, I’m vulnerable and I’m fearful, but I start to get real. And in that realness, there is immense strength that I wish for everybody,” Langhorne says. “Maybe everybody’s scared to be a freak. But when you live as a freak––” he laughs––“it’s so much more fulfilling.”

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Sunday 27th August

Gendo Ikari // Let It Die // Ithaca // IDEAL

Grind Noise Grind. £5 OTD and bands from 7pm featuring:

GENDO IKARI: Grind Chaos from Glasgow FFO Carbomb, Joey’s World Tour,

Let It Die: 3 Piece Grindy Metallic Hardcore from Kettering.

ITHACA UK: Mathy, melodic misery from the suburbs of South London FFO: Rolo Tomassi, Gojira

IDEAL: New one man Noisey-Dance project from Civil Elegies/Bianca/Friends in America drummer Grant Donaldon FFO Black Pus, Death Grips

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Tuesday 29th August

Tides of Man + Atlas Empire + Drowned Out

Tides Of Man is a instrumental indie rock band from Tampa, Fl. Their first album, “Empire Theory” came out on Rise Records in August of 2009. This was followed by their album “Dreamhouse”.

Their debut instrumental album was self released in 2014 by an overwhelming support from their fans through crowdfunding. It is entitled “Young and Courageous”.

Tides of Man have trailed the nation back and forth with bands like of AFI, Karnivool, Dance Gavin Dance, Emarosa, A Skylit Drive, Of Mice and Men, Oh Sleeper, From First To Last, We Came As Romans, Broadway, Vanna, Asking Alexandria, A Static Lullaby and Eye Alaska.

Support: + Atlas Empire + Drowned Out

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Wednesday 30th August

Sleepless Giants + House of Hatchets

Sleepless Giants are a loud, energetic alt rock band from central Scotland, taking influence from varied musical backgrounds to create their own unique sound.
Hard-hitting Alt-metal band House of Hatchets are back in Glasgow, after the release of their debut EP ‘The Grind’ which recently received recognition from The Scottish Sun. ‘The melodies shine through on their debut EP, The Grind. Explosive noise with monster riffs, but bursting with pop sensibility.’ – Jim Gallatly


Sleepless Giants – ‘This Ship is Sinking’
House of Hatchets ‘Sleep’

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Thursday 31st August

Jade Helliwell + Emma Moore

Jade Helliwell and Emma Moore bring their UK Tour across the borders!

The girls will be joined by their four piece band, with incredible artist Kevin McGuire will be opening the show.

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Friday 1st September

Dave Arcari + Lucy Zirins

ALT.blues troubadour Dave Arcari launches his new album ‘Live a Memorial Hall’ at this special hometown show.
Special guest is Lucy Zirins.

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Saturday 2nd September

From Sorrow To Serenity

Never Forgotten Promotions in association with Artery Global is proud to present:

From Sorrow To Serenity
Golden Age – 

The Age of Collapse – 

Deadly Inscription
Lies Of The Colored Tie – 

The Weight of Atlas 

Cast Under The Lake 


2 September – 5pm Doors
Tickets £ 8
Tickets on sale now!
Lake tickets –
Tickets Scotland –

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Sunday 3rd September

Birdcloud + Mishka Shubaly + John O’Brien

ARTIST: Birdcloud

Banned from YouTube, booed at America’s Got Talent, and lauded for their irreverence by a global cult following, Birdcloud’s music has been referred to as the ravenous id of today’s commercial country sound. Nashville natives Jasmin Kaset and Makenzie Green have spent years touring dive bars and lavish theaters across America. Birdcloud is currently celebrating the release of “Singles Only,” their greatest hits on double cum-colored vinyl.
“Much of what Birdcloud does is reactionary to what country music has become — those dirt roads and the trucks that drive ’em — but also to their experience growing up in the South: the obsessive religious indoctrination, the caged racism… Those types of songs — true-to-life, with a healthy dose of humor — are actually a longstanding country tradition.” – ROLLING STONE
“Raunchy Country: Inside the Genre’s History of Comedy and Irreverence.” Apr. 2016
“The mystery that animates Birdcloud’s best music is a dialectic of identity, a cruel compassion… What it does do is give the loneliness of an anonymous woman a couple of absurd moments to strut and fret in your mind before disappearing once again into oblivion. Historically, this is what country music has always done best.” -VICE Noisey
“Southern Hells: Redemption and Ridicule in Birdcloud’s America.”
Mar. 2015

SUPPORT: Mishka Shubaly

Bestselling author (6 bestselling Kindle Singles on Amazon, more than 200,000 copies sold) and a singer/songwriter of some note but there’s a lot of talking in my live show– dirty jokes/ grim stories from my life, etc. Most people know me through my affiliation with the comic Doug Stanhope (a favorite of Charlie Brooker). Doug’s podcast goes out to nearly 2 million listeners. I do the theme song and he regularly has me as a guest/ plays my music on the show/ plugs my live dates. My fans include Johnny Depp and Joe Perry (Aerosmith). Oh, I’m also a bestselling writer and an ultrarunner and I teach at Yale and I survived a shipwreck in 2001– starting to sound like I’m pulling your leg yet?

“Forever a favorite- sublime!” – Johnny Depp
“Guy’s a fucking genius” – Joe Perry (Aerosmith)
“We all have heroes. In my heart, Mishka Shubaly will always be spilled over the bar next to me and playing in the jukebox of my soul.” – Doug Stanhope
“There’s no storyteller like Mishka Shubaly– hardcore on every emotional level, he scares the bejeezus out of me, especially when he’s cracking me up.” – Rob Sheffield, Rolling Stone

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Monday 4th September

Scott Hirsch + Michael Chapman

After many years spent as a steadfast and inventive collaborator—not only playing bass and producing four albums with Hiss Golden Messenger, but in large part forging that band’s sonic signature—multi-instrumentalist, recordist, and audio engineer Scott Hirsch finally made a solo album, and it’s called Blue Rider Songs, released August 2016 on Scissortail Records. The album emerged from various personal contexts: a year of near-constant touring with Hiss Golden Messenger in 2015; a move with his family from Brooklyn to California, and the launch of his new Echo Magic West studio there; and above all, the process of making the self-titled Golden Gunn album with M.C. Taylor of Hiss Golden Messenger and their mutual friend Steve Gunn. Hirsch wrote much of the music on that album, and watching Taylor and Gunn set words and vocals to his instrumental productions proved the necessary catalyst to take his writing and recording into fresh territory under his own name. Hirsch even reinterprets Golden Gunn standout track ‘The Sun Comes up a Purple Diamond’ here, repurposing Gunn’s lyrics, but attenuating the song into something even more heat-stricken and dilatory than the hazy original. Blue Rider Songs nods to the Tulsa sound and rural American greats like JJ Cale, drawing tangled traditions and tangents of North American vernacular music and in Hirsch’s inimitable aesthetic, brings in notably subtle contributions from old band mates The Court and Spark and HGM stalwarts Phil Cook (Organ and harmonica) and Matt Douglas (Sax), among others, along for the ride.


Support: Michael Chapman

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Tuesday 5th September

And Yet It Moves

All welcome. No prisoners.

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Friday 8th September

Chastity Belt

Taking cues from both the politics of the riot grrrl scene and the intricate, moody guitar-based sound of early-’90s Pacific Northwestern indie bands like Sleater-Kinney and Autoclave, Walla Walla, Washington-based Chastity Belt formed in 2010. The band consisted of lead vocalist/guitarist Julia Shapiro, bassist Annie Truscott, drummer Gretchen Grimm, and guitarist Lydia Lund. The group quickly integrated irreverent humor into its seemingly serious musical presence. Apart from witty and cutting lyrical content, the band named its first locally circulated demo recordings Fuck Chastity Belt and later shot press photos that portrayed Shapiro wearing a chastity belt made out of a raw steak. They continued this trend when releasing their proper debut, No Regerts, in 2013, subtly but intentionally misspelling “No Regrets” as one might on a horribly, ironically botched tattoo. The band toured heavily in support of No Regerts, and returned in early 2015 with sophomore album Time to Go Home on their new label home of Hardly Art Records.

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Saturday 9th September

Kiss This: Tarbeach NYC in Glasgow!

Tarbeach Records NYC and Vive Le Rock the punk and roll scene.
The Zips
Heavy Drapes
At the end of a night of sweaty debauchery and rock and roll antics.

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Sunday 10th September


Making spiky, dramatic pop music, Banfi’s first official shot across the bows ‘Where We Part’ was posted on Soundcloud in April 2015, which led to the band signing with Communion Records. 2016 has been spent in the studio recording their debut album with producer Richard Wilkinson (Bombay Bicycle Club, Honne, Kaiser Chiefs) and the first release from these sessions, Happy When You Go, is out now!
‘Happy When You Go’ is a delicious earworm of a debut single, with its layers of guitar-inflected pop blending with bittersweet straight-talking lyrics. Banfi’s irresistible hooks and choruses take influence from left-field pop acts including Alt-J and The Knife as well as the minimal mathletics of Foals and the huge stagecraft of The Police. “The energy of The Police that is found in their live performance it’s something we want to try and put across.” said Joe.
Joe first came to the attention of Communion in 2012 off the back of an unsolicited solo demo. He released two EPs in 2013 – championed by Zane Lowe, John Kennedy and Mary Anne Hobbs, these acclaimed EPs were a distinctive hybrid of Joe’s influences from Nick Drake to the Deftones. Emboldened by critical acclaim, Joe went away to write and develop as an artist, and along with bandmates Aaron and Chris, Banfi was born.
Banfi have performed support slots with Bear’s Den, Nathaniel Rateliff and Amber Run, as well as numerous festival appearances including Citadel, Great Escape and Bushstock.
They will perform a headline show at The Old Blue Last on 29th November and undertake a residency at the same venue in the first 3 months of 2017.

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Monday 11th September

Vague Reality + Up In Smoke + Blind Rogues

Vague Reality will be playing Broadcast Glasgow on September 11th with brilliant support acts Up In Smoke and Blind Rogues. This event will have a mix of different styles from all bands which guarantees that there will be something for everyone to enjoy. Cracking night of music is ensured, doors at 7pm and curfew at 22:15.


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Tuesday 12th September

Lowtide + Faiides + Why No?

Australian shoegazers Lowtide weave coarse ribbons of guitar between shimmering melodies and vocal lines, with the fizzing fuzz melange punctured only by bolshy percussion. It’s an effortlessly dreamy affair full of moments that hoist you into a realm of comfort and peace – a realm that jars against the song’s lyrical ideas.


“Instead of banking purely on swirling guitar effects, Lowtide exploit rhythm and space. The album houses a perfect mix of the driving and drifting, with songs changing shape right before our ears.” – 4 Stars, Rolling Stone

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Wednesday 13th September

Tom Williams + Real Life Entertainment + Rottenrows

It’s a strange story. A folk-rock band signed to Moshi Moshi, beloved of BBC 6 Music,
support act to Adele nearly make it in the business, but not quite. Their frontman packs it all in and turns to teaching, with no plans to make a record again. Then, in 2017, he produces the album of his career with the help of some school children, and a group of first year students from Leeds.
Tom Williams, formerly helmsman of Tom Williams & The Boat, wrote his fifth album All Change
in practice rooms across Kent, in breaks from teaching guitar and songwriting to primary and secondary school children. Lyrics came to him on the long daily drives from his home in Hastings. And the band? Music tech students,
who helped him out on an artist-inresidence programme. Not that you can tell. All Change is an album made on a shoestring that sounds like a big budget classic: areflection of Williams’ life-long love affair with 1970s American rock showcasing a new refinement to his songwriting, and a more commercial edge “a celebration of the big chord
change and the emotional sucker-punch line,”as he puts it. Think Asbury Park by way of Hastings – an unexpected trump card from someone who’d put rock and roll dreams to rest.

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Friday 15th September

This Feeling presents: Shambolics + more TBA

LIVE: Shambolics

More TBA

Our DJs play…

Arctic Monkeys,The Beatles, The Bohicas, 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, The Verve, The Who + lots lots more

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Saturday 16th September

Spiral Stairs

It’s been eight years since Scott Kannberg, aka Spiral Stairs, released any new music. He knows that. The years just have a habit of slipping away sometimes.

‘The Real Feel’ – the Pavement guitarist and Preston School Of Industry leader’s 3rd album – arrived in 2009, just as Pavement were announcing a hugely successful burst of reunion shows through 2010. “Then, after the Pavement shows, I moved with my wife to go live in a house in the country near Brisbane, in Australia,” the amiable Scott remembers, of those years of seeming inactivity. “Then we had a kid, and that sort of got in the way. I tried to do music, but all of a sudden it was two years later and I’m mowing my lawn and tending my garden.”

A little while after that, Scott and family got bored of life in Australia and moved to Los Angeles. “I had the perfect set-up there, so I started work. The way I write songs is, I put on my electric guitar and walk around the house and play it and look at myself in the mirror,” he laughs, “and just make up stuff. But because the kid was off at school for three hours a day, I only really had an hour or so to do that. So it took a little time. It was my intention to have done at least a couple more records by now, things just got in the way.”

You can’t hurry genius – not even the genial, unforced and unpretentious genius that has long been Scott‘s forte. What’s for sure is his second album as Spiral Stairs, ‘Doris And The Daggers’, is worth the wait.
It’s some of the best music Scott‘s been involved with, and also some of the most personal and emotional music he’s ever written, reflecting the life changes that occurred over those eight years. During that stretch, Scott weathered the loss of friends, treasured the joys of fatherhood, lived life as an Australian and even ate haggis meat – experiences that inform these warm, sweetly melodic and soundly honest songs.

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Sunday 17th September

Never Forgotten Promotions presents: Skywalker

Never Forgotten Promotions in association with Artery Global presents:


Plus Support

Coast to Coast UK

Parting Gift

Number Them

One more TBA

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Monday 18th September

John Murry

Life is Hard. With few exceptions, that’s how most people experience the days allotted them, and there are really only two approaches to this sad, sorry truth – defeat and a long, crushing slog towards the abyss or a scrappy, bruised knuckle will to live. Oh sure, there’s also denial and all manner of stupors one can knock their head into, but it’s the fighters, the ones who see it as it is and keep getting up and going at it, that inspire us. John Murry wears the mantle of working class hero poorly but it suits him, his big, battered lover’s heart leading the way into battle, his eyes clear and fists clenched even though he knows in his marrow that the war ain’t ever over ’til it’s won, and who the hell knows when Victory Day will arrive, if it ever does?

What you will hold in your hands, these four sumptuously rough-hewn gems, is kin to what Springsteen discovered on the dark edge of town, what Johnny Cash understood as the scythe swung near, what Warren Zevon knew in his cantakerous bones – i.e. that one must cry out, “I don’t wanna live! I don’t wanna die!” and then pour everything in them into making that cracked non-denominational prayer into a breathing reality. It seems simple enough but the barriers to molding such an existence are many, not least the trapdoors and barbed snares that abound in our minds. After embracing corrosive despair, Murry returns – scarred and scared, as a man should be after the roads he’s walked – to carve a path through the nightmare blues, knowing how love can torture an orphan one but still holding it as a torch against the shadows, warmth for those willing and able to come close, certain some light is better than no light, knowing we might not get it right but we’ll get it done just the same.

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Tuesday 19th September

Micah P Hinson & The Holy Strangers

Micah P. Hinson ‘Presents The Holy Strangers’ – The new album, out 8th September 2017 on CD, 2xLP and digital download via Full Time Hobby. The new album is described by the artist as being a “modern folk opera.” Telling the story of a war time family, going from birth to love, to marriage and children, to war and betrayal, murder to suicide – spanning all of the strange and glorious places life can lead. We follow their story, we see their decisions, we see their faults and their beauty. We live with them, we die with them.

Two years in the making, Micah wrote and recorded The Holy Strangers in Denison, Texas, incorporating ancient reel to reels, analogue keyboards, old Tascam and Yamaha desks. The recording only entered the digital realm once pre-mastering took place.

Split across two pieces of the vinyl, the 14 tracks which make up The Holy Strangers are at times sparse and haunting; at other times luscious, maybe even euphoric. From the Johnny Cash-style country single “Lover’s Lane,” to the album’s broad, spoken-word centrepiece “Micah Book One”, The Holy Strangers covers a lot of ground over the course of its hour long running time, appealing to both long-time fans and new ones alike. Micah P. Hinson Presents The Holy Strangers is released 8th September 2017 on Full Time Hobby. Micah will be touring Europe throughout September and October with a full band.


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Wednesday 20th September

DIRTY FENCES + The Reverse Cowgirls + Fat Black Cats

It’s a shame there aren’t more bands like Dirty Fences these days. You know what we’re talking about: Acts made up of musicians who know how to play their instruments, write timeless songs and have a blast while doing it. Fresh off releasing a well-­‐received self-­‐titled EP on Volcom last year the band are now ready to unleash their full-­‐length Too High To Kross—and if you think rock n’ roll is dead, get ready for your world to be flipped off its axis. DirtyFences refer to themselves as a gang and that mentality is evident in every razor sharp riff and perfectly executed harmony on Too High To Kross, an album that evokes early American rock and punk acts such as Red Kross, MC5, Johnny Thunders, The Ramones and The Stooges. However those names are just reference points because what Dirty Fences is doing is truly unique and moreover it’s rambunctious, melodic, fun and dangerous…
When Dirty Fences aren’t on the road odds are that you can find them at their house in Brooklyn, complete with a practice space in the basement and a quarter pipe in the backyard. “If we’re not practicing downstairs we’re writing song, booking a tour or listening to records, we have a tireless work ethic”, Comaskey explains. “We don’t have careers; this is what we’re going to do for the rest of our lives and so it has to come first and everything else has to work around the band”. Then there’s the aforementioned live show, which is a raucous explosion of riffs, energy and enthusiasm that makes every DIY venue feel like an arena. “It’s a party onstage and we have the entire crowd going completely insane then we’ll bring it down for a minute to get everyone’s attention before we bring it back and knock everyone on the floor again,” Comaskey explains.

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Friday 22nd September

This Feeling presents: The Wholls

“The Wholls are being touted as the sound of 2016…Debut single X21 is indie rock with a light dash of dub, and is the culmination of two years’ worth of BBC Introducing and Battle of the Bands-type attention.” The Guardian


“The Wholls…destined to become the biggest band the UK has produced for years” BBC Introducing


“Supported by BBC Introducing, this is a big record by a band called The Wholls.” Huw Stephens, Radio 1


“I’ve been blown away by The Wholls.” NME

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Saturday 23rd September

COG Promotions presents: Avec Sans

Avec Sans are Alice Fox and Jack St James, from Manchester and Trinidad respectively, now living in London, UK. They make dreamy electronic pop music.


Avec Sans started performing live in 2014 and quickly gained recognition for their energetic shows. Aiming to break down the walls of electronic laptop performances, Jack hacked his Novation launch pad to display a light show and uses three of them in tandem tilted towards the audience. He’s filmed performances using 19 launch pads simultaneously and has worked with Novation to demo and launch new products online.


Avec Sans supported Ladyhawke on her 2016 UK tour and have played alongside acts such as Little Boots, Capital Cities, Bright Light Bright Light and The Pet Shop Boys. They’ve played live for BBC Introducing and at events such as SXSW, Cannes Lions, Canadian Music Week, CMJ New York, The Great Escape, Kendal Calling, Bingley Music Live, Butlin’s Weekender (Electric Dreams for Vintage TV) and various other European events.

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Sunday 24th September


This year’s PSYCH SUNDAY headliners, BO NINGEN are a Japanese four-piece acid punk band consisting of Taigen Kawabe, Yuki Tsujii, Kohhei Matsuda and Monchan Monna. Though they come from Gumma, Tajimi, Nishinomiya, and Tokyo, they coalesced in London.


Musically, they channel their country’s legacy of obscure, brain-warping heavy-psych: Les Ralizes Denudés, High Rise, Sweet and Honey and Flower Travellin’ Band all traceable beneath their esoteric sound. It’s evident from the place they had all found themselves in their twenties however that they were in the mood for discovery: they regurgitated their tastes in Acid Folk and Noise and hurled them into the electric cataclysm too. Though challenging to process, any cautious, sensible listeners were saved by a weighty dose of Sabbath and Nirvana.


They’ve released 3 fantastic albums and have toured with Primal Scream, collaborated with Savages, earning widespread acclaim from the likes of The Quietus, DIY, Line of Best Fit and The New York Times. To them “Being ‘psychedelic’ means to stand quietly / loudly in the middle of interzone and stare at both sides at once”.

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Monday 25th September

UK Country Live! presents: Holloway Road + Jade Helliwell

Holloway Road are Jack Cooper and Robert Gulston both originating from sunny Southend-On-Sea. But these aren’t your ordinary Essex boys. Instead of tanning or getting their vajazzles done they’re creating “free big in your face” country pop music. Jack and Robert being in their mid twenties now have had their fair share of experience writing and playing around the world.

Having gone to school and working in the same musical projects together Jack and Roberts habit for writing and producing stems from the idea of just being able to write about being real and having a good time. Just some of their influences are Florida Georgia Line, Kacey Musgraves, The Eagles and Mumford and Sons and drinkin’ a beer!

With their debut self titled EP entering the top 10 UK iTunes Country album charts, spending time in Nashville and being invited to play the Martin Guitar stage at the CMA Festival last year, heading out on the road with US number 1 hit writers ‘John & Jacob’ for their UK dates and a slot at this years C2C Festival at the O2 London; Jack and Robert are well on their way to imprinting their own footprint in the country community. 

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Tuesday 26th September

Slim Cessna’s Auto Club

In September 2016, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club released their new album, The Commandments According to SCAC. It has been 24 years since Slim Cessna parted ways with The Denver Gentlemen, that grand progenitor of the peculiar strain of Gothic Americana unique to the Mile High City, to form Slim Cessna’s Auto Club with a group of talented peers.


Many bands with a long and successful run like that would stick close to its roots. But rather than rest on well-earned laurels, the Auto Club challenged itself to break with well-worn modes of operating for the new record.

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we came from the north

Wednesday 27th September

We Came From the North + Frantic

We Came From the North are coming across from Edinburgh to headline Broadcast for an Atmospheric Rock // Math rock combo with support from locals Frantic. Founded in 2012 they made their mark with their first EP “From Which All Things Depend” in Spring in 2014. They released their highly anticipated follow up EP “Low Sun, Long Shadow” in November 2014. Their sound has been described as emotional, gripping and very very loud. Through heavy distortion to melodic, delayed guitars and driven drum beats WCFTN perform an enticing and powerful live performance.

We Came From the North
‘If Only I Could be so Grossly Incandescent’

Frantic – ‘Postcard’ 

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Friday 29th September

Soft Kill

Portland Oregon’s Soft Kill will be releasing their third full length album Choke on Profound Lore Records. Soft Kill began in 2010 by releasing one of the most highly regarded post punk albums of the last ten years An Open Door. Founding member Tobias Sinclair joins Conrad Vollmer (Warm Hands) on guitar and Owen Glendower on synths. The eight song suite Choke comes on the heels of 2015’s sophomore effort Heresy a much more claustrophobic and oppressive album than An Open Door. Choke, by contrast, incorporates a greater depth of songwriting, texture and melody. Soft Kill has discovered a depth of invention and creativity with Choke, vast and engaging in scope leaving the listener with an enduring and melancholic bliss. Warm, confident with lush guitars, Choke teems with melodic songs, generating urgency and vitality, elevating all that is potent in post punk, building impressively on their previous output. Choke is the culmination of years spent perfecting a unique sound, crafted and haunting songwriting that places Soft Kill firmly in the canon of the genre. Rooted in influences such as the Chameleons, Wire and The Sound the album branches out, pulling delicately from the foundational elements of Cocteau Twins and Spaceman 3. Choke places the listener deeply under water and leaves them gasping for breath, placing them above hope with tracks like On The Inside, which features the vocals of legendary Mark Burgess of Chameleons. The song draws from the first wave of post punk and slips seamlessly into the cascading and ethereal elements of early shoegaze. The opening track Whirl bleeds together the pop sentimentality of New Order with the dazzling Sheffield sound of Pulp. Lyrically Choke speaks on topics of loss and longing, and the choices we are all asked to make. Soft Kill will be touring extensively in support in the upcoming year.<>

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litte club

Sunday 1st October

Little Cub

Made up of Dominic Gore, Duncan Tootill, and Ady Acolatse, Little Cub are an alternative/indie pop trio based in South-East London, U.K. Although their sound developed primarily in London, the ensemble actually formed in Dorking, Surrey in 2015. Gore and Tootill met by chance and instantly bonded over a shared passion for LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and his label, DFA Records, alongside other seminal acts such as New Order and Aphex Twin. Gore then went on to meet Acolatse during a club night at London’s infamous Fabric. The three friends then began to brainstorm, sharing musical ideas, and Little Cub was born. Drawing across a range of influences, the trio’s sound encapsulated sleek noir-pop with ethereal atmospherics inspired by a multitude of electronic genres, alongside lyrics that traverse love, loss, and introspection. After amassing a number of strong compositions, the ensemble got to work performing in and around London; they released their first single, “Breathing Space,” in the summer of 2016. The track garnered widespread acclaim and eventually caught the attention of Domino Records. They then put out their debut release for the label, Loveless, later that year. The song received further praise for its woozy, sparse, and lush electronics and soaring yet soft chorus melody. Little Cub released their first full-length album, Still Life, in April 2017 via Domino Records.

Watch their new video for ‘Breathing Space’ here:

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baby in vain

Monday 2nd October

Baby in Vain

Lola Hammerich (vocals/guitar), Andrea Thuesen (vocals/guitar) and Benedicte Pierleoni (drums) are a trio not to be messed with. Making rumbling rock and grimy grunge that’s as malevolent as a midnight knife fight, their sound is equal parts Kyuss and Sleater-Kinney, with a dash of Babes In Toyland for extra punch.


Baby In Vain are not your typical Scandinavian indie band. Drawing on the gang-mentality and bluesy swagger of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Queens Of The Stone Age, they’ve been together six years, but are still quite young; Lola’s 19, Benedicte is 21 and Andrea 22. Their early material saw them producing their own twist on stoner-rock, but over the past five years they’ve branched out into much broader territory, pulling in the industrial menace of post-punk alongside fuzzy expeditions into the fringes of doom and garage punk.

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tervor sensor

Tuesday 3rd October

Trevor Sensor

From the first moments of Trevor Sensor’s debut EP for Jagjaguwar, Texas Girls and Jesus Christ, the Illinois-born 22-year-old singer/songwriter’s distinctive burr of a voice sounds aged decades beyond his years. The rest of the young talent’s music follows suit, too, with timeless-sounding melodies and a sense of songwriting that exudes maturity while still feeling fresh.

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Wednesday 4th October


Brutus rage like a maelstrom. They are a meteor shower of sound. This trio from Leuven, Belgium create expansive, stratospheric punk not quite like any other band around. With post-rock construction, black metal dynamics, hardcore energy, prog and math-rock flourishes and pure pop melodies all detectable on their debut album Burst, Brutus manage to straddle the significant divide between Slayer and Savages, The Smiths and Slowdive, Dillinger Escape Plan and Deus – and all with just three members expertly colluding to make a sound as monolithic as it is emotive.


The searing, soaring guitars of shoegaze are amped up to hardcore punk speed, drums gallop like wild horses over open larval planes and drumming singer Stefanie Mannaerts offers some of the most impassioned vocals heard in recent times, capable of shifting from deceptively melodic to out-right larynx-punishing in the blink of an eye.

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double sight

Thursday 5th October

DOUBLE SIGHT ’17 – Glasgow garage & psych weekend

Full info to be released soon…
International guest DJs, residents plus 60s lights and visuals.

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Friday 6th October


EMA began with the urge to self-exile. After the success of ‘Past Life Martyred Saints’ and 2014’s prophetic ‘The Future’s Void, EMA retreated to a basement in Portland, Oregon – a generic apartment complex in a non-trendy neighborhood, with beige carpeting and cheap slat blinds.

She returns with a portrait of a world both familiar and alien: ‘The Outer Ring’, a pitch-black world of half-empty subdivisions, American flags hung over basement windows, big-box stores and strip malls and rage. In a year dominated by working-class alienation, EMA — a Midwesterner who has never lost her thousand-yard stare — has delivered an album that renders American poverty and resentment with frightening realism and deep empathy.

Watch the video for the latest single ‘Aryan Nation’:

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Sunday 8th October


Harald Grosskopf & Eberhard Kranemann first collaboration album will be released on July 28th 2017.


Harald Grosskopf played drums on the early Klaus Schulze albums and recorded thirteen albums with Ashra. His solo works Synthesist and Ocean- heart are outstanding releases of the German electronic music scene.


Eberhard Kranemann studied music at the Dortmund Conservatory and art at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. He co-founded the electronic bands Kraft- werk, NEU!, Pissoff and released albums under the pseudonym Fritz Müller.



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Tuesday 10th October


Norwegian band aiming to make moshing safe for women and create the most joyous punk ditties you’ve heard since the 90s.

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fakear broadcast

Wednesday 11th October


Electronic music like a journey without destination : here is the concept of the young French producer Fakear. Drawing his inspiration from world music and labels like Future Classic or Ninja Tune, he blends genres together within a clear and powerful music to create his unique stamp. During lives he gives all he has, forgets our space to build a new one, and vigorously takes the entire audience with him. After some prestigious gigs as support of Wax Tailor or Flume and in reknown festival such as Transmusicales, Dour or Les Vieilles Charrues, he can be found everywhere this year, throughout France and beyond…

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tour 2

Friday 13th October


Fresh off a sold-out headline date at Scala, HMLTD have announced their biggest shows to date with an October UK tour. Revealed during their highly anticipated performance at Field Day festival, the ten-date run will culminate with a performance at London’s Electric Ballroom on October 24th. Tickets go on sale June 7th at 9am.

This year has seen the London based, multinational six-piece emerge as one of the most original and closely followed new acts in the UK, receiving acclaim as well as a rabid, glitter-clad following for their shape-shifting, genre-defying sonics and mesmerizing, all-encompassing live shows, where the lines between performers and audience are ever-blurred.

The band’s latest single ‘To The Door’ and its flipside ‘Music’ have seen them flesh out their sound in exciting new ways, while continuing their relationship with video director Jenkin Van Zyl, for a surreal and hypnotic audio-visual assault on the senses.

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Saturday 14th October

The BellRays

Blues is the teacher. Punk is the preacher. It’s all about emotion and energy, experience and raw talent, spirit and intellect. Exciting things happen when these things collide. Bob Vennum and Lisa Kekaula made the BellRays happen in 1991 in East LA but they weren’t really thinking about any of this then. They wanted to play music and they wanted it to feel good. They wanted people to WANT to get up, to NEED to get up and check out what was going on. Form an opinion. React. So they took everything they knew about; the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, the Who, the Ramones, Billie Holiday, Lou Rawls, Hank Williams, the DB’s, Jimmy Reed, Led Zeppelin, to name a very few and pressed it into service. It was never about coming up with a ‘sound’, or fitting in with a scene. It was about the energy that made all that music so irresistible. It was the history BEFORE Led Zeppelin that led them to that point. The Beatles thought they were playing R&B. It just came out like ‘Rubber Soul’. The Ramones were trying to be Del Shannon or Neil Sedaka and out came ‘Rocket to Russia’. With the BellRays there was no conscious effort to ‘combine’ rock and soul because they didn’t see them as divided in the first place. Blues was teaching. Punk was preaching. The BellRays were always listening.

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Wednesday 18th October

Diet Cig + The Spook School

Diet Cig are here to have fun. They’re here to tear you away from the soul-sucking sanctity of your dumpster-fire life and replace it with pop-blessed punk jams about navigating the impending doom of adulthood when all you want is to have ice cream on your birthday.

Alex Luciano (guitar and vocals) and Noah Bowman (drums) have been playing music together ever since Luciano interrupted the set of Bowman’s previous band for a lighter. The New York duo have since released the infectious, 2015 ‘Over Easy’ EP that introduced consistent sing-a-long lyrics with thrashing drums and strums that never held back.

‘Swear I’m Good At This’ is the first full-length from the band and accumulates their tenacity for crafting life-affirming, relatable tales with a gutsy heart at their core. Luciano has the ability to write lyrics that are both vulnerable and badass, perfecting a storm of emotive reflection that creates a vision of a sweaty, pumped-up room screaming these lines in unison. Diet Cig make it okay to be the hot mess that you are.

But there’s also a deeper, more powerful fuck-you among the bangers that see Diet Cig grow into an unstoppable and inspiring force. “I’m not being dramatic, I’ve just fucking had it with the things that you say you think that I should be” spits Luciano on “Link in Bio”; “I am bigger than the outside shell of my body and if you touch it without asking then you’ll be sorry” she yells on “Maid Of The Mist”. It’s the sound of a band doing things on their own terms.

Wrapping up ‘Swear I’m Good At This’ on Halloween 2016, exactly two years after they finished recording ‘Over Easy’ on Halloween 2014, Diet Cig’s first, full-length LP validates the experiences of punks who aren’t always accepted first time around; the punks who throw their deuces up at the dominating bro-dudes and ignite the importance of owning everything that you are.

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Friday 20th October


Hailing originally from Scotland, the Jasmine Minks were the first band signed to Alan McGee’s Creation records. If you like your music to be proud, polemic and thought provoking then the Jasmine Minks are for you. Now, over 30 years since they first formed, the Jasmine Minks still bring new tunes to you here whilst also offering some harder to access tunes from the past – we hope you enjoy!

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Sunday 22nd October


Penetration is a punk rock band from County Durham, England formed in 1976. They re-formed in 2001 with several new members. Their debut single, “Don’t Dictate”, is now acknowledged as a classic punk rock single and their debut album, Moving Targets (1978), is still widely admired.



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acid mothers

Monday 23rd October

Acid Mothers Temple

R&R Concerts bring legendary Japanese psychedelic band Acid Mothers Temple to Broadcast on Monday 23rd October! Get your tickets early and make sure you don’t miss out on a night of head-melting psychedelia. Support TBA.

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Tuesday 24th October


London-based punk-fuelled trio Slowcoaches have announced their biggest headline tour to date for October and November this year. Vocalist / Bassist Heather Perkins says of the shows: “This is the biggest headline tour we’ve done so far, so we’re excited to play some of our favourite venues and visit some new cities. It’ll be the first outing for a lot of new material too. We look forward to hanging out and making a lot of mess. Please note that all of our shows are safe spaces. This doesn’t mean don’t mosh. It means don’t be a dick.”


The band’s riotous live show has been known to cause grown men to headbang so vigourously they end up headbutting the monitors before projectile vomiting all over the stage. Expect the unexpected but know you’ll be in for a wild ride. Think the grubby grunge of Mudhoney and early punk of The Germs meeting 1970s LA icons The Nerves and the sassy stance of Babes In Toyland down a dark alley somewhere in east London and you’re halfway there.


Slowcoaches’ debut album ‘Nothing Gives’ was released at the tail end of last year via Leisure & District and, though it could easily soundtrack a fun time, the themes of the record detail all the bad stuff that happens in life: break-ups, breakdowns, a pre-mid life crisis, a drug induced mental illness, falling out with friends, getting way too wrecked, losing your job then desperately trying to find a job… the list goes on.

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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)

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Sunday 29th October

Frankly, The Smiths + Alex Wayt

Frankly, The Smiths are a Smiths tribute band from Glasgow and Fife. Having performed a sold out debut show at The Glad Cafe to high acclaim in August, the band are returning to Glasgow in October to play another hand picked selection of classics and fan favourites, this time at Broadcast. Join them once again to hear the songs that saved your life!

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Wednesday 1st November


Gurr is a garagepop band from Berlin that sounds like a trashy 60s girl group meshed with poppy vocals in two voices and a flavor of eeriness dug out from the deep darkness that is the Berlin rocknroll bar’s restroom at 5 am.

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girl ray

Thursday 2nd November

Girl Ray

A hundred memories flood through you when Girl Ray start to play. The happier the surface of their songs appear to be, the more profound you feel when the sadness kicks in underneath it all. On their debut single ‘Trouble’, Girl Ray boldly and breathlessly introduced their sound as an essential voice in these modern times of love, life and physical disconnect. To give their music your attention for a split second, is enough to marvel at how excellently they have crafted their warm Nico-tinged pop.

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Sunday 5th November

Avey Tare

A group of three hippies on a road trip through the backwaters of 2013s rural music scene fall prey to a murderous cannibalistic band making out of a leather-masked guitar wielding Avey Tare (Himself, Animal Collective), his knife-wielding keyboard player Angel Deradoorian (Deradoorian, Dirty Projectors) , and their cannibal chief Drummer and decaying grandfather Jeremy Hyman (Ponytail, Boredoms, Dan Deacon).

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7 copy

Wednesday 8th November

Bloody Knees ~ free entry ~

Bloody Knees are back!
After delivering ‘I Want It All’ last year, the band have announced a new EP, ‘Maybe It’s Easy’, which is out on 13th October via Distiller. As a taste of what’s to come from it, they’ve gone and shared ‘Not Done’ and if you wanted a sign that they’re not resting on their laurels, well, this is it. It’s them at their most searing, visceral best, completely juxtaposing a kind-of-sweet verse with the harsh-gut punch of raging guitars and growls.

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Friday 10th November

Angelo De Augustine

Angelo De Augustine writes and records music in Thousand Oaks, California — a suburb north of Los Angeles, where he grew up. His self-released debut album, Spirals of Silence, and 3-song EP follow-up, How Past Begins, earned praise from The FADER, Stereogum, Vogue, My Old Kentucky Blog, and more.

“The sonic equivalent of a cracked porcelain plate—broken, but beautiful in its ruin.” – Vogue

“Crystalline and otherworldly… matching warm guitar figures with chilling whispers” – Stereogum

“Stunning is used quite a bit to describe music, but in this instance it rings true.” – My Old Kentucky Blog

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Left lane

Saturday 11th November

Left Lane Crusier + Dave Arcari + Hicks

Indiana’s trash-blues outfit is back with an album of high-energy R&B. “Claw Machine Wizard” is a return to the band’s two man format, and features corky barn burners like “Claw Machine Wizard” and “Booga Chaka”, alongside punked out blues numbers such as “Burn Em Brew” and “High Maintenance”. The album even includes a reggae/soul-influenced ballad titled “Lay Down”, showing that the boys can step out of their comfort zone.
Headed by slide guitar extraordinaire Freddy J IV, and backed by drumming machine Pete Dio, LEFT LANE CRUISER has been making records for over a decade, and along with their music being featured in many hit television series such as Banshee, Breaking Bad, and Nashville, they have been receiving critical acclaim across the globe.

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Sunday 19th November


For Sugar At The Gate, their third and most ambitious album to date, Montreal’s TOPS peaced out to LA. They lived and recorded at “Glamdale”, a mini-mansion and former brothel located in the Jewel City, Glendale, CA. The unassuming record unfolds slowly, taking time to reveal itself. Like nearly everything TOPS does, multiple meanings overlap with the album’s title referring to orgasm, but also to carrot chasing, gatekeeping, and the social contract. All of TOPS recordings have been produced by the band, who have self recorded the majority of their work to date.

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22-11 Autobahn A3

Wednesday 22nd November

AUTOBAHN + Mothers Love

Forming in Leeds in early 2013, Autobahn blew audiences away with one of the most intense and visceral live shows in recent years. Encapsulating the landscape of their Yorkshire home, their sound soars from the harsh post-industrial concrete of the city right through to the endless Pennine expanses on its periphery. Following the release of two self-titled EPs, Autobahn released their debut album, Dissemble, on August 2015 via Tough Love. The band built their own studio in Leeds to record their second album ‘The Moral Crossing’ which will be released on November 3rd. 2017.

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Thursday 23rd November

Sundays & Cybele (Japan) + Mike Geist


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(Guruguru Brain Records & Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records)
Sundays & Cybele are a four piece psychedelic band formed in Hokkaido, Japan in 2004. Their name is taken from the notorious French movie. Tsubouchi is the main guy who writes all the music derived from 60’s/70’s Japanese psych rock.


Mike Geist
Brian Wilson met an attractive E.T. at a roadhouse on route 66 in May ’85. 9 months later Mike Geist entered this world. Mike writes dreamy songs.

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