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year headlined by the rumbustiousness of Cuckoos, can, The commas, Pidgin and The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Room 46 Subway. Cowgate. 225 6766. without Alex. needless to say. Leading up 1pm. £2.50. All-day gig. the proceeds

to that doubtless transcendent moment are from WhiCh Will go IO help fund the Venue sets by seven bands whose manors range that does the most for local bands. For from Glasgow to Dunfermline and even your money you can wander in and out as Lesmahagow: The Diesel Kings, Who many times as you want and take your Cares. The Blazing Apostles (back after a pick of the delights on offer. Highlight of long absence). Clyde. The Answer. Big the day could well be Helium who will Wednesday and The Rhymes. come on at about 3.30pm.

Kelvingrove Festivals have long been a I 33" 70*" BOYS, Yellow cal imd sad place to see the big names of the future. so SOCietV Cas Rock Cafe. West Port. 229 attendance is strongly encouraged. 434i. 9.30pm. £3.50. Razor sharp. garage

I Tin Mom,” and Passion Fm“ And punk sounds from the headliners who "0' gym“ Kin Tm.“ wqh wah Hut gt have just released their new album. V. y ,m gm ‘t 2:1,.)l 8579‘s m m 5‘ Iz‘pl'tlemt't‘. Yellow Car have hopped across THEE“ fromtki‘l'l" his. and‘mpq ['hc‘ ' the water front Dundee to tell us about Tikzt‘ Virgin Ufiion S‘trcct “‘6 4679 teenage angst a [u Undertones and locals Not kicking up quite the fuss afforded to sad,SOClCI-V pmvc {hm mink S "m dcad' th inferior Sleeper and Fchobelly Tiny I D Jango cavcndmh‘ “at TOHUOSS‘

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of“ mmon Street. 225 63l3. 10pm. Free. What could I "higma‘Stat'es In sound [ ibcm, City the name signify"? Specious comments The Arches. Midland Street. 22 l "9736.. “Pa”: WY"? “’"r'P‘CCC “cm” band “pm £6. A live set from 80mm specrallslng in hot power pop and chunky

. . . guitar riffs. Records ex erlmental duo at The Arches ~ . ironicallwnfincd Club I Funky Feet-Us Advocate. South Bridge.

I counselled out Nice .n. “can, 9.30pm. Free. Popular funky grooves Sauchiehall Street 3“ 9ml] ()p'l'n‘ recently heard on Radio Forth RFM.

. I Dear John Granny‘s Attic. Bath Street. I "'8 "aemonh‘l'ds Halt Bah ‘lelands Portobello, 669 1780. 9pm. Free. I got

Roadt 337- 1210- 9-30Pm- EWC- . those love letter blues.

I Free M last MacSorlg‘y 8. Jamaica I Woodside Now West End Oyster Bar. Street. 331 8499. 9pm Erce- West Maitlttnd Street. 225 386i. 10.30pm. I Temptts Fllglt Blackfrlars. Bell Street. Frec- Feelgmfl Cajun gumbo

552 5924. 9-30pm- Fret Acrd lawfunk I Live Music Abbey. South Clerk Street.

fusion-type vibe. . 667 3023. 8.30pm. Free. I The Journeyman McCool's Ruling

Cowboy. Candleriggs. 552 7847. 9pm. SUNDAY 12

I Lorna Buchanan Supper Club. Cottiers. GIaSQOW

H ndland Road. 357 5827. H m. Free.

IyBilly Rivers Cathkin lnn. Rtitherglen. I Homeansno’ unsane and Mule Garagc' 647 “67. 9.30pm. Blues. Sauchlehall Street. 332 1120. 7.30pm.

I Gun Blazers. Hamilton Town Hotel. £650 Pl”S booking {99 TM?“ from The Townhead Street. Hamilton. 0698 89] Garages 1”“ [he TleCtt V‘rglnt UmO” 929. 7pm. £5 on door. The taut rockers SITCCI- 27-9 4679 and Tower RCCOfd-St warm up for their British tour. Argle Streets 204 2500- A” cvcmng for I Chapter Two Lounge Bar. Cameron SllldS‘nls 0f CU“ Us Punk hardcore

House Hotel. Glasgow Road. llardgate. SUTVWOFS-

Clydebank. 0389 873535. 9pm. Free. I oasis 89d "‘9 393' "ling CalhOUSCs

Brown Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £6.30 plus booking fee. Tickets from The Cathouse. Just the Ticket. Virgin. Union Street. 226 4679 and Tower Records. Argyle Street. 204 2500. See preview.

I Tribute To The Carpenters Pavilion. Renfleld Street. 332 1846. 7.30pm. £8.50. £7.50. £6. Reliving the beezer sounds of the classic sibling duo.

I Honey Nice ‘n’ Sleazy. Sauchiehall

3 w .- >1; Street. 333 9637. 9pm. £1.50 (£1).

I Whiteout, Thrum. Strange Hon”. Concession-seekers should get pretty in “analuiah 5W3”. Supereninmatix 119d pink gear tonight. Glammy support from Psycho Babe Rock On The Watter. Irvine ex-Fircball chaps,

Harbourside. 11.30am. Free. The musical I seven Eleven McCool‘s Ruling

diet of the Cunninghame Festival kicks Cowboy, Candlcriggs, 552 7847_ 9pm, off with hip young gunslingers. See Fri 10 Free, See Mon 6_

for Whiteout and Thrum. The remainder I Eight Miles High Eruption. Sauchiehall

of the bill are composed of demo clash Street, 332 1120. 9pm, £3, Door price ' ~ - u victors. includes admission to club afterwards. '

I The Garlands Dugout. Cathcart Street. This year‘s choice of act for Electric carniva' Rides' 5”" Greenock. 0475 727918. 9.30pm. Free. Honey Records. the label run by students walkers, Magic Bob,

I Bed Corvette Trophy Room. The at Stow College's music administration “own Jewels Wind Dugout. Cathcart Street. Greenock. 0475 course. ' "

727918. 9.30pm. Free. I Cabin Fever Lounge Bar. Cameron Things, Shetland - House Hotel. Glasgow Road. Hardgate. . I Edmburgh Clydebank. 0389873535. 3pm. Free. P°"'°" “‘9 Pa'"""8' The Humpff Fa Hilly

I the neat poets, piaem, me Hump" I John Martyn, The Rhymes, Hannontca Puppet shows, Kids - Family, The Pearlfishers and Khartoum Jones, Dream Kitchen and JDF Rock On mama” and Ru b The Pea rlfIShers Homes The Meadows Free. Once [nope The Walter..lrvine Harbourside. 11.308111. 8 y' rt H it’s the Miners Gala and your chance to Fgeg. Rkogtslelrhsounds for the second day Brass and Pipe Band a cum support what's left of the mining industry 0 09 _“ c Wallet "‘ClUdmg [he Ofi inall the Skuobhie after the recent ravages inflicted on it. The Spellblndmg hUSkY'loneS Martyn and competitions and ( g y march kicks off at l lam from Regean AYrSh'Tc blues group The Rhymes- Schools Swinging Dubh O'CheStra) Road and the bands start at l.l5pm. The I 8"" UmVCTSCr Um! 3. LOCh Street. bands form a good showcase of up-and- Coalbrldgcr 0236 438628- 8pm “50 samba' coming Scottish talent. Sm Who The popular rockers undertake some dates r? comperes. round the satellite towns. rpqnuumumugg‘ .; .:. - . .. lemma s ---- --~----—- I. “._'-'a_wm~ Scottish! owcr

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