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Dates listed below are for one-oil shows: see separate section for residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Dates will be listed, provided that details reach our offices art least one week before publication. Book and Blues listings compiled by Fiona Shepherd
and Jonathan Trew.
I Maylest See separate listings.
I Drugstore, My Lite Story, Goya Dress and Schtum The Garage, Sauchiehall Street, 332 1120. 7pm. £5 plus booking fee. Tickets from The Garage and Just the Ticket, Virgin, Union Street, 226 4679. Four up-and-comers tour the regions. Drugstore have seduced Scotland on several occasions with their bittersweet pop and inspired cover versions. My Life Story play big English pop with mandatory string section. Goya Dress feature Astrid, ex-of Tarte and Anton And The Moon. and Schtum are hardcore types
i from Northern Ireland.
I Blackallclous, Hustlers HC and Attica Blues Glasgow School of Art, Renfrew Street, 332 0691. 9pm. Students and guests. Blackalicious are a left-ﬁeld hip hop outfit from San Francisco, while Hustlers HC are part of the exotic Nation Records roster. Plus Mo‘ Wax DJs James
Lavelle and Fraser and New York graffiti ,1 artist Stash.
I The Autumn Stone and The Diggers Nice 'n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Retro but infectiously tuneful sounds from two pop-loving bands.
I Racing Club Mean Streets. The 13th Note, Glassford Street, 553 1638. 9pm. A palpable Stones/Scream inﬂuence to this new band's set.
I Breeze and Shooter The Arena. Oswald Street, 221 3010. 9pm. £2.50. including entry to Parklife.
I Reggie Taggle Gypsies MacSorley's. Jamaica Street, 221 8499. 9pm. Free. Roots sounds.
I Dum Dum Strathclyde University Student Union, John Street. 552 1895. Students and guests. The artists formerly known as Die Happy.
I Blackwater Blues Brewhouse. John Street, 552 3801. 9pm. Free.
I Wonderlul, Pulse and Glen Dr Glenda Colors, Harleys, Cheapside Street (off Broomielaw). 10pm. £3. Swampy garage rumblings from Glen Or Glenda.
I The Flame Tattoo Coach House. Thomliebank Road. 8pm. Free.
I llllclt Still Twa Corbies, Kilbowie Road, Cumbemauld, 01236 727473. 9pm. Free.
I Prolapse, Bandit llueen and Minxus Music Box, Victoria Street, 225 2564. 8pm. £5 in advance from Ripping Records and Virgin. £6 on the door. Listening to Prolapse is like listening to a couple squabbling set to music, which has a certain voyeuristic charm; Bandit Queen brandish fem to fem politics along with their guitars and Minxus are seriously kooky.
I Marty Wilde And The Wildcats Cavendish, West Tollcross, 228 3252. 9pm-3am. £5. Like the ‘Rubber Ball' he sang of, Marty Wilde keeps bouncing back. Assuring himself at least two mentions in the pop history books, the
late-SOs/early 60s star went on to father the no less popular Kim.
I Shake The Shak Whistlebinkies. Niddry Street. 557 5114. 9pm. Free. Covers and original funky material with violins and lots ofjumping about the place.
I Pastry Face and East West Coast
’ Subway. Cowgate. 225 6766. 8pm. £2.
I Campus Tramps Tap O‘ Lauriston. Laun'ston Place. 229 4041. 9pm. Free. Punk rockers all the way from Noo'castle. I Face It Frank West End Oyster Bar.
West Maitland Street. 225 3861. 10.30pm. Free. That’s right. there’s no point in skirting around the issue.
I Amanda lyon’s Soul Connection Platform One, Rutland Street, 225 2433. 9pm. Free. Nine-piece soul combo with a beefy brass section.
I Tinned Atmosphere Advocate. South Bridge. 9.30pm. Free. A two-piece acoustic set up who do REM covers and the like.
I Live Music Abbey. South Clerk Street. 667 3023. 8.30pm. Free.
I Maytest See separate listings.
I The Tea Party Cathouse. Brown Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £5.30 plus booking fee. Tickets from The Garage and Just the Ticket, Virgin, Union Street. 226 4679. Canada’s answer to Led Zeppelin return. I Peptone Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 332 1210. 9.30pm. Free. Driving indie combo.
I Justice Wolt Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I The Journeymen (TBC) McChuills. High Street. 552 2135. 9pm. Free.
I The Outpatients MacSorley's. Jamaica Street. 221 8499. 9pm. Free.
I Wig Wam Bam Wolbum's Wharf. Yoker Ferry Road. 959 2016. 9.30pm. Free. Glam shenanigans. as you might expect I Cloud Assassins and Multiple Octaves Clyde Bar, West Clyde Street. 01463 673 257. 10pm. £1.
I The llewtown Grunts, Sad Society and Chinese Burn Subway, Cowgate, 225 6766. 9pm. £2. Triple bill of anarclto- punk. sweaty thrash mayhem combined with Buckfast inspired madness.
I June Frost and Tigers Dn Vaseline Cas Rock Cafe. West Port, 229 4341. 9pm. £3. Recent Frosties‘ gigs have gone down well with punters eager to get their mitts on their eponymous debut album. Find out wh .
I D’Jango Cavendish, West Tollcross, 228 3252. 9pm—3am. £5. Drifters' covers. I Bluellnger Platform One. Rutland Street, 225 2433. 9.30pm. Free. Classic rock 'n' roll.
I Something For The Weekend Advocate. South Bridge. 9.30pm. Free. Blues from the former Black Cat Bones.
I Chowder Pilots West End Oyster Bar, West Maitland Street, 225 3861. 10.30pm. Free. This week's winners of the
en agingly daft name award.
I It" Last Duo Queen Street Oyster Bar. Queen Street, 226 2530. 10pm. Free. Professional-sounding pop from an offshoot of the main band.
I live Music Abbey, South Clerk Street, 667 3023. 8.30pm. Free.
I live Music Whistlebinkies, Niddry Street, 557 5114. 9pm. Free.
I Maytest See separate listings.
I Cloud Assassins and Crazy Rocket Nice ’n’ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I Rhino Brewhouse. John Street, 552 3801.9 m. Free.
I Gaze le Corner, Sauchiehall Street. 332
Catch the best Music this fortnight
RDCK & BLUES
I klrsty MacColl The woman who gives chart-pop a good name on one of her rare sightings on a Scottish stage. Garage. Glasgow. Man 8.
I Robyn Hitchcock Wayward English talent. formerly of The Soft Boys. currently bigger in the States than here. An overlooked genius? Certainly. Venue. Edinburgh. Wed 10. I Marc Almond Search in vain for the orchestra — the venninous one is back with a punchier, poppier sound, but still the same fabulous voice. Tunnel, Glasgow. Man 15.
I lligel Clark Dulntet/llltln Sawney Trlo Nicely contrasting guitar~led double bill to launch Kind of Blue. Queen 's Hall. Edinburgh. Fri 5.
I Freshly Squeezed/Sound Advice Cutting edge experiments in Hip Jazz, or maybe even Jazz Hop. Queen '3 Hall, Edinburgh, F rt' 12. FOLK 8: WORLD
I Isaac Guillory Cuban-bom, American-educated and British- domiciled, Guillory is a consummate acoustic guitar stylist and fine singer. Edinburgh Folk Club, Wed 17; New Dawn Folk Club, Glasgow, Thurs 18. CLASSICAL 8: OPERA
I The Gabriell Consort and Players Founder Paul McCreesh directs the musicians and singers in a selection of Purcell's works marking the tercentenary of his death. Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Sat 13.
I The Tiagedy Dl Carmen Crystal Clear Opera present Peter Brook’s ‘red in tooth and claw' adaptation of the Bizet classic. Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Wed 17.
1625. 9pm. Free. Jazz funk from various members of Herman X.
I Goldust Cul De Sac, Ashton Lane. 334 8899. 6pm. Red Rock cider promotion [00.
I The Full llog Lounge Bar. Cameron House Hotel. Glasgow Road. Hardgate, Clydebank, 01389 873535. 8pm. £2.
I The Flame Tattoo and kiss The Bride Sax. Teviot Walk. Cumbemauld, 01236 733 200. 8pm. £3.
I Big Ted's Party Shenanigans, Strand
Street, Kilmamock, 01563 544 722. 8pm.
I Trumans Water, Wormhole and Deadcat Motorbike Venue, Calton Road. 557 3073. 7.30pm. £5. Trumans Water are John Peel faves. He likes them so much. in fact, that he once played an entire side of one of their albums on his show. Greater love hath no man and all that. Deadcat Motorbike are youthful indie hopefuls who make a messy noise with so much enthusiasm that it's forgivable.
I Tlmeloop Venue, Calton Road. 557 3073. 10.30pm. They're a live dance hturd
some List 5-18 May 1995