MUSIC rock & pop
ROCK 8r POP LISTINGS: SAT 6 continued MONDAY 8
I Laika and Mount Vernon Arts Lab Glasgow
Jazz Records for Rare Grooves
- The Cathouse. Union Street. 248 6606. I Paula Cole and Holly Palmer King I7 ICfHCY Street E H 4 IN I 7pm. £4.50 plus booking fee. A marriage Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. made in heaven — both bands are heavily 221 5279. 8.30pm. £7. Recent chart TClephone GI Fax 0131— 5025 into electronic experimentation. often action for tonight‘s singer/songwriter using vintage equipment. Mount Vernon headliner.
. . . . Arts Lab throw in a theremin for groovy I Unsilent Minority and Radio superlative selecuon on Vlnyl- SPECIahS- soundscapes and l.aika aim to build Psycho The 13th Note. Glassford Street. ing in: TI- ' ° ‘ ' spookv atmospherics. 553 1638. 8.30pm. A Glasgow Music
adltlonal’ smng' Blg Banfi’ I Buffalo Soldier Bourbon Street. Collective gig. Bop, Avant Garde, West Coast, Fus1on, George Street. 5520141. 7pm. £7.50 Ihlan Mcvte, Tibor, The Nancy, - - (£19.50 with dinner). See Fri 5. C erry, The Sires and Smug The Funk, Blues, Rch, Latin. A150 avallable I Summersalt Nice ‘n' Sleazy. Brewltouse. John Street. 552 3801. on tape and CD. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. 9.30pm. Free.
I Scott McDonald The Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 564 1527. 9.30pm. Jazz Records buy, SC“ and I Red 2, Yardheads and Microsurf
Free. (1 I Solar Fire Allstars The Brewhouse. The Venue. Calton Road. 557 3073. I13 8. Open Monday to John Street. 552 3801. 5—7pm. Free. 9pm. £3. Three local bands. three quid. , I Big George And The Business The This lot all fall under the from 11.00 tlll 6.00 Brewhouse. John Street. 552 3801. indie/rock/pop/guitar banner. For the 9.30pm. Free. Veteran blues twiddling. record. the Yardheads used to be called , I Real EasyBlackfriars. Bell Street. 552 Apache Rain. -'--- ‘ -~ 592-1. 9.30pm. Free. I Blues Session Tron Tavern. Hunter
I The Hip'Operation McChuill's. High Square. 8pm. Free. New night for blues
S N D ’ S P R E M I E R Street. 552 2135. 10pm. Free. people hacked off with all the 1rish folk
I The Outpatients MacSorleys. sessions which seem to dominate the S C I E N C E o N Jamaica Street. 572 0199. 9pm. Free. pubs in the capital. There won’t be a I Dle Happy Kilkennys. John Street. stage or a PA. btit anyone who wants to
a n d 552 3505. 9pm. Free. have a go is welcome to contribute.
. Anyone just wanting to turn tip and B O O K S H O P ' Edlnbllt‘gh listen is equally welcome.
I Big City Cavendish. West Tollcross. I L ndsay Cooper's Free
228 3252. 9pm—3am. £5. A selection of Un erground Henry's Cellar Bar. 0 P E N great pop and rock moments from the Morrison Street. 221 1288. 11pm. £2
R I last 30 years or so. With an older. (£11. A mix of improvised and structured L S U N stttat‘tl\'—dressed crowd. live music from some of Edinburgh's : I Cathode Species The Tap most talented musicians. Works well in
O f l C T l O n V 1 2 - 4 l ()‘1.auriston. l.auriston Place. 229 4011. this small environment.
' 9pm. Free. Local faves who fuse a wee I Jazz Joint The Honeycomb. Blair bit of hip hop. a bit more ftmk and a Street. 220 4381. 10.30pm. £3 (£2). TBI 0131 .226.2822 rather large dollop of metal. It sounds Double-mellow vibes at this meeting of better than vou think. live music and 1)Js. Seven-piece local I S ace Kittens and Bett Davis 8r outfit The Jabba Collective reside with 7 COWGATEHEAD ' ThepBalconettes Cas Rocky West Port. their funky. jazzy grooves. while DJ
by the GRASSMARKET 229 43-11. 9pm. £3. Not much to go on Billy Slack and friends support.
. with these two but Betty Davis t‘e Co. are EDINBURGH EH1 IJY . 9
most definitely worth a few words on Glasgow
account of their very. very bizarre name. Likely to be guitar-based rock. I China Drum The Garage. Sauchiehall 7 Street. 332 1120. 7.30pm. £5 plus booking fee. Fast and furious punk pop Glasgow crew. recently identified on Radio One I Ian Hunter Pavilion Theatre. Renfieltl as one of the few bands in the world Street. 332 18-16. 8pm. £8.50/£9.50. The who will never succumb to the malaise former vocalist with 70s glam rockers of releasing a ballad as the third single Mott The Hoople. off the album - that’s because they don't I Steve Watt and The Skinnydippers have any ballads. The Hall Bar. Woodlands Road. 56-4 3 I Oceana, The Geiger Babies and The 1527. 9.30pm. Free. Ugly Tree The 13th Note. Glassford I Touchwood, Pure Television, Street. 553 1638. 8.30pm. £1. See Fri 29
MCP and Virgin Radio Presents A Virgin Night With
Plus Specral Guests Gunrubber, Arcane, Moses, Calamari for The Geiger Babies. Sunkosausus The Brewhouse. John 2 I Muse and Street Monkey Glory 1 Street. 552 3801. 9.30pm. Free. Box. Curlers. Byres Road. 334 1284. . 8.30pm. Free. ’ Edmburgh I Vagabonds Kilkennys. John Street. I Spice The Tap ()‘l.auriston. l.auriston 552 3505. 9pm. Free. Place. 229 40-11. 10pm. Free. A club I Glasgow Songwriters featuring night dedicated to the more experimental Alex Osborne Blackfriars. Bell Street. "can: 53-00 end of techno and drum 'n‘ bass. Live 552 5924. 9.30pm. Free. The AVAILABLE 3* 033°" 0”“ . acts perform with the [Ms 1 Songwriters group organiser performs 75"; 0141 237 5511' I John Rae Trio Henry's (‘ellar Bar. his own material from his album Let Me Morrison Street. 221 1288. llptn. £3 little/1 )‘uur IJ/M‘ More. Plus open mic (£2). Three talented local musos combine guest spot. Arrive early to book your fora Sunday session. Note also that there place; priority will be given to first-time 18' 11 111111 from 2pm that afternoon. performers.
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GLASGOW BARROWLAND SATURDAY 18TH OCTOBER
TICKETS: £10.00 CREDIT CARDS TEL: 0141 339 8383 (24 HOURS). AVAILABLE FROM THE GARAGE AND THE CATHOUSE. GLASGOW (SUBJECT TO BOOKING FEE).
No more puns on Hook's name, Monaco play Glasgow Garage on Wed 10
50 THE lIST 29 Aug —11 Sep 1997