MUSIC rock & pop
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transmission drugs work
the new single on CD a 7" out now
on tour with Stereophonics in October
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The List has teamed up with Virgin megastores and Irish pop youngsters Ash to offer you the chance to go along to the Edinburgh gig in their four gigs, four countries, one day type extravaganza. (see frontlines). The Edinburgh branch of the mini tour starts at 7.30pm on Monday 5 October at the Princes Street, Virgin Megastore. Tickets are free but are in very limited supply - available ONLY through The List or Radio Forth FM. To claim yours, simply tootle along to the ticket desk in the basement of the store with this magazine. Two tickets only per reader
Nu-Clear sounds, is Ash's second album, released on 5 October, the day of the gig. A limited edition 7" of their new single
Jesus Says is available on 28 September. mam;
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rock & pop
Gigs are listed by date, then by cit . Performances Will be listed. provi ed that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Rock & Pap listings compiled by Fiona Shepherd (Glasgow) and Rodger Evans (Edinburgh).
Tickets for most mediumllarge concerts can be bought from the following: Virgin. Argyle Street. 204 5151 Tower Records Argyle Street.
Credit card bookings from: Ticket Link: 227 551 t.
Virgin Princes Street. 220 3234. Ripping Records South Bridge. 226 7010.
Assembly Rooms George Street, 220 4349
I EAR. The l3th Note Club. Clyde Street. 22l (Ml-1. 8pm. £5. Another It) Day Weekend gig featuring the experimental drones ol' es-Spaceiiiaii 3 member Sonic Boom who has gone in a more insular direction thaii ltis ltH'llic‘l‘ collaborator Jason Pierce.
I Eugene Chadbourne and International Airport Nice ‘n‘ Slea/y.
Sauchiehall Street. 333 0637. 9pm, £5 (£4). The cult improvisational guitarist
plays the first ol a levy Scottish shows The man who combines country.
bluegrass. psychedelia and jazz. elements
lll his protest songs will play a psychedelic country a: western set toni 'ht.
1' I Nick Harper and Swedger King Tut‘s
Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. ZZI 5279.8.30pin.£~1. Son of folk legend Roy. who has written tor and pc‘t'iUt'lliL‘tl with his father. and also as a member ol‘
Squeeze. His own acoustic material is said to be as powerful as heavy metal *- ' well. he did play with Jimmy Page the
ﬁrst time he recorded with his lather.
', I Gram Parsons Tribute Evening ‘ Sloans. Arger Arcade. H.3(lpm. £3 on
(loot or in ad\ ance b.) calling OHS“) s“) 273. All c‘\elitllg (it stings sting ltltlt‘ tit
coitiitieiiioiate 25 years since tlte death oi
one ol’Aiiierica‘s best-loved songwriters
who has inﬂuenced practically anyone
playing country rock these days.
I I The Porson Sisters and Volley The
l3th Note Cale. King Street. 553 l(i38.
i 9pm. £2. The Poison Sisters promote
their album 'Iiirmilii/ti Rising while Volley continue to play their l‘oxy music. with a chirpy stage presence'.’
I Moonspell, Anathema and Therion The (’athouse. t‘nion Street. 2-18 (iotlti. 8pm. £6. No age restriction. A gothic evening pei'chance.
I Coaster ('avern liar. Strathclyde University t’iiioii. John Street. 567 5000. 9pm. Free. Students and guests. Power pop. I Beretta and Temporal Shift Fury Murry's. Maxwell Street. 221 ()5l 1. 0pm. £3 (advance). £4 (door). including entry to the post-gig club.
I Live Music Kilkeiiiivs. John Street. 55: 3505. 9pm. l‘ree. '
I Cut Attic. Dyers (:lose. ('owgate. 335 8382. 7.30pm. Price to be continued. Featuring Ray Wilson who has played with (iieiiesis and Stiltskin.
I Soul Providers Nli‘s liar. Baliiioi‘al Hotel. Princes Street. 55b 34 I»). 9.30pm. l‘ree.
I Paul Towndrow Quintet Jan Joint. .s' Morrison Street. 32l IZSS. l()pm 3am, £4. A fresh live piece playing (tines from the likes of Miles Davis.
I Eddi Reader arid Lee Griffith (,ilasgow Royal (foncert Hall. Saucliieliall Street. 287 551 1. 7.30pm. £l3/£l l. The local lass made good who takes elements ol' traditional Scottish l'olk balladry and delivers it in a conteiiiporai'y pop style.
I Eels and Lisa Germano (‘iiy llalls. (‘aitdleriggs LS7 55 l l. 7 ‘sllplil. £ll) pltis
booking tee, .\'o age restriction. See
lt‘dttll'c‘ for those Aiiiei'ican _i.ipesiers liels. Support ill the \c‘llSlch‘ sitiger/songwriter TUI'lll ol' l.isa (ieriiiano.
I The Smiles King Tut's Wait Wait lliit. St Vincent Street. 32] 527‘) 3.3tlpiii. £5. liolshy guitar pop w itli a cai'tload of retro i'elcrence points limit the group who netted a mam stage slot at this year‘s T In The Park. Support from comedian Parrot. I Picasso (hand (He ()pry. Paisley Road Toll. 42‘) 53W). “.3llpiii. £2.50 i£l 5() members).
I Miss World and Nucen 4 (\iyeiti liai Slrathclyde l'niyersity t'iiion. loiiii Street. 5b7 500i). ‘)piii. l‘lc't‘. Students and guests Poppy guitar band and tan l'uiiksters respectively.
I Bedlam Nice ‘ii' Sle.i/_\. Saticliiehall Stieet. 33 3 ‘lb 3" ‘lpiii (ioth’tiidiistrial sounds
Steady Eddi Reader demonstrates her lung capacity at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Fri 25 and Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Sun 27 Sep.