One More Aye Tunes Vs Peenko Plug


There’s just two more days to go until this, after which I’ll shut up about it obviously.

On the offhand you hadn’t noticed Peenko and I are putting on another gig on Friday.
It is in The Classic Grand, with an early kick off time of 7pm, so finish work, have your dinner and get along quick so you don’t miss anything.
This will be the last of the Aye Tunes Vs Peenko gigs, at least for a while, so we’d love it if as many people as possible could join us for a few beers, and uncomfortable amount of us invading your personal space with hugs and of course some quality musical entertainment.
Joining Campfires in Winter, Mitchell Museum and Kid Canaveral, Little Yellow Ukuleles, Randolph’s Leap and We’re Only Afraid of NYC on the list of bands foolish enough to play for us we have:
Luke Joyce’s one man singer-songwriter show. It isn’t just us that is very excited about I Build Collapsible Mountains, he was a runner up in the recent Radar Music Prize too.
Stream: I Build Collapsible Mountains – Rails

Edinburgh based three piece indie pop merchants help us show that we like both Edinburgh and women, honest. Dancing is encouraged. Come on Gang! have made the final shortlist for Hog The Stage too, so could well be stealing the limelight from Biffy Clyro at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay.
Stream: Come on Gang! – Fortune Favours The Brave
The Seventeenth Century make a thrilling combination of pop, folk and rock music, with orchestral influences. The Seventeenth Century are a bad that no matter how often I listen to them, how often I see them, I keep finding something new in their songs. Plus, it isn’t often you get to see a violin and cornet player throw the kind of shapes or exert the amount of energy that Mark Farmer and Mike Truscott do. I can’t help but agree with John Robb, who said after seeing them that “Their sound is utterly original and the band is pure genius”
Stream: The Seventeenth Century – Mid October
Tickets are £6, available from Tickets Scotland, TicketWeb, direct from us in person (just send me an email and I’ll come meet you to swap tickets for money) or online, or you can contact the bands for tickets. There will be tickets on the door, but get in quick before they all go.
For those into that kind of thing there’s a Facebook event page here too.
So, that’s The Classic Grand on Friday November 5th at 7pm. If you are worried about missing out on fireworks let me know and I’ll buy you a sparkler.
Come along and we’ll love you forever.