Gig Plugs, Mine and Other People

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As you should know, this Saturday is my latest gig venture.

Taking place at The Art School in Glasgow, I’ve got Cleavers, The Cherry Wave and Mad Nurse playing. It’ll be excellent and you should come. Further details, including songs and stuff, here.

There’s other cool stuff happening over the next week or so too. A lot of it involves bands that have done gigs for me before, so here’s some plugs for their efforts.

Birdhead haven’t done anything with me, but are fab anyway, and one day I’ll get them to say yes to a gig. They play Bloc on Wednesday night with Electric Gardens and Kill Surrrf

Black International have a new single out, released by Electric Company Music, and are off on tour to launch the thing. On Thursday they are at Edinburgh’s Wee Red Bar, joined by the fab Little Anchors and Algernon Doll. Friday has them at Broadcast in Glasgow with Young Philadelphia and Pinact, in a night of entertainment where everyone has played a gig I’ve been involved in. After that they are off to Sheffield and Nottingham, but I doubt anyone reading this is from there. Until midnight on Tuesday you can get a ticket for the Edinburgh or Glasgow gigs and a copy of the 7″ single for just £6, which is a grand deal, here.

King Tut’s Summer Nights starts this week. I made a pie chart about the bands playing.

I probably won’t bother.

Saturday is all about me, so while other gigs are available, I’m not telling you what.

Sunday has Miaoux Miaoux, now with a new full band, playing at Stereo in Glasgow. Support comes from Jonnie Common and Atom Tree. Cheaper than door price tickets are available in advance here.

Into next week and our best friends forever The Spook School are back in Glasgow, playing at The Glad Cafe on Tuesday the 23rd. They are supporting Tunabunny, who I’d have endorsed on their name alone. Then I heard their album and they are now one of my new favourite things.