Fri 25 Aug
Kent 2.20—2.50pm Scandinavian angsty popsters.
Frail beautiful melodies crossed with chunky guitar fuzz from Glasgow’s finest. Eagle-Eye Cherry 3.50—4.30pm
Earnest singer-songwriter business from Neneh’s wee brother.
Elastica 4.45—5.30pm These lippy pop punk purveyors push their latest album The Menace.
Beck 5.50-7pm Strutting, lubed-up funk from America's most compelling export.
Paul Weller 7.30—8.45pm
The mod-daddy of them all strolls in for a serving of retro-rock. Stereophonics 9.15—10.45pm
These Welsh wonders crank up the volume with their hedonistic indie rock.
10 THE lIST 17—24 Aug 2000
Evenjng Sessnon Stage
Gheko 2.10—2.40pm Laid-back vibes from these Glasgow indie types.
The Animalbonse 2.50-3.20pm
Ex-Ride members return with a new, wilder, indie rock trailblazer.
. . . And Von Wil Know Us By The Trail Of Dead 3.35—4.05pm Incendiary Texan quartet play noisy, dynamic rock. Lupine Howl 4.20—5.00pm Ex-Spiritualized men burn up with their molten, edgy indie rock.
Gorky's zygotic Mynci 5.20—6.05pm
The psychedelic musical offspring of 605 folk and 905 indie.
Elliott Suiti- 7—7.45pm This introspective acoustic folkster shows his rockier side live.
Sllack 8.05—8.55pm Scouse nearly-men ply a trade in guitar-led folksy rock.
Super Furry Animals 9.25—10.25pm
Welsh weirdy wonders push the melodies and peculiar indie acid trips to the fore.
Super Furry Animals
New Band Stage
Manganese 2.30—3pm Mint Records premier indie rock experts.
Herve 3.15—3.4Spm Shouty power punk pop galore from these locals. Ariel 4—4.30pm
lndie antics with a twist. Peeps Into Fairyland 4.45—5.15pm
Glacial country meets indie with this sensational new outfit.
Huckleberry 5.30—6pm Hammond meets punk in this power-pop car pile up. Police Chief 6.15—6.45pm No-nonsense, guitar-led tunes.
The Breeze 7—7.30pm Indie-pop sensibilities with an ear for an uplifting melody.
The Cuban Brothers Over-sexed comic antics from these men from Havana via Edinburgh. Sonnie Mann’s Chapel Di Karaoke
Worship at the altar of the classic sing song. Brendon Burns Acerbic Aussie takes no prisoners with his full on comedy assault.
His current show Zips, Whips And The B/oody Chains Of Christ is all that it sounds
This young Glaswegian is currently making a name for himself on the Scottish circuit.
A versatile comic With a fine line in energetic, physical comedy.
Laid-back observational gags from this drawly American.
Phil Kay (MC)
Glasgow's premier ganeg surrealist hosts the proceedings.
The ramshackle ex-red coat, pottery expert and comedy genius stumbles back into town.
Smirnoff Experience Dance Arena
Darren Mackie 2—3.30pm
This fresh-faced newcomer warms up the proceedings with some disco-tinged house.
lain 'Boney’ Clark 3.30—5pm
A long-time Colours resident With expereience playing along Side the worlds biggest DJing names. Crosby 5.00—6.00pm
This Colours Of Love veteran indulges in a spot of hard house.
Jon Mancini 6—7.30pm He calls Bathgate’s Room At The Top his home and is loaded With smooth house tncks
Guy Drnadel 7.30—9pm Sacha's manager turns DJ to conSiderable success.
Home reSident and trance master trend setter makes a rare appearance.