Sat “26 Aug
Cotton Mather 2—2.30pm
Upbeat country-tinged guitar work from these favourites of Noel Gallagher. Ooberman 2.45—3.15pm More off-kilter pop melodies from this feisty bunch. Shed Seven 3.30—4.15pm
York’s biggest export specialise in bouncy power indie pop.
Asian Dub Foundation 4.30—5.15pm
Agit-funk dub from this politically charged rock cross pollinators.
Foo Fighters 5.45—7pm Dave Grohl excels With his fuzzbomb guitars and soaring choruses.
Primal Scream 7.30—8.45pm
The Scream Team parade their cod-revolutionary gUItar and electronica soundclash. 0asis9.lS—lO.45pm
The Gallaghers blast the competition away With their attitude and bombast.
Evening Session Stage
Quinn 2—2.30pm Stealthy, growling guitars and from this group of Glasgow scene veterans. The Vegastones 2.45—3.15pm
Quirky funky pop with a Latin twist from V2’s latest acquisition.
Annie Christian 3.30—4pm
A return for this rocky four- piece except With the addition of some wild, buzzing electronics,
The Nectarine No.9 4.15—4.45pm
Ex-Fire Engine Davy Henderson’s growling new wave-ish guitar fuzz. Hobotallc 5—5.40pm Melancholy alt.country business from Dunbar’s most exciting export.
The High Fidelity 6—6.40pm
Obtuse electronic rock experiments from Sean Dickson and co.
The Dandy Warhols 7.10—7.50pm
Spunky rock ’n' roll from this yank quartet. Teenage Fanclub 8.20—9.15pm Homecoming show for Weegie’s favourite melodic sons.
New Band Stage.
My Drug Hell 2.30—3pm New rock act with some serious Stonesy Attitude. Solaris 3.15—3.45pm Catchy indie guitar trips from this Edinburgh outfit. Speeder 4—4.30pm Creeping Bent’s feisty indie types.
Imperial Racing Club 4.45—5.15pm
Edinburgh punky pop firebrands.
Funky reggae vibes with a rock edge from this one- time Macy Gray collaborator.
Sound Buggy 6.15—6.45pm
Sprightly upbeat indie types. Cosmic Rough Riders 7—7.30pm
Feelgood COuntry indie pop from this Glasgow trio.
Single day tickets £30 0 Weekend tickets £55
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This Festival Fringe favourite comes all the way from Ireland to entertain. Parrot
A stalwart on the Scottish comedy cichit with a line in sharp comic observations. Adam Hills
An Aussre who has consolidated his stand up success with appearances on The Big Breakfast and The Stand Up Show. Marcus Brigstocke An accomplished award winner with a taste for character comedy.
This Aussie comic, hugely popular in his home territory makes a rare visit to Scoﬂand.
Sonnie Mann’s Chapel 0f Karaoke
cadet will confuse, astound and amuse in equal amounts.
Shock-haired, Geordie space .
Ex rience Darce Arena
1 1—1 2pm
He of the Atomic Baby residency.
Zammo 12—1 pm Perthshire’s own house loon and the other Atomic Baby resident.
Simon Foy 1—2pm Resident at the Tunnel’s house and garage night The Ark.
Jon Pleased Wimmin 2—4pm
Famed now more for his DJ skills than his cross-dresing antics.
Sister Bliss 4-6pm
The Faithless main woman plays on the eve of the release of a new solo single. Scott Bond 6—7.30pm Gatecrasher resident Bond brings abit of Sheffield madness to the Green. Lisa Loud 7.30—9pm
A splash of glamour from this hard house spinner. Mauro Picotto 9—1 1pm This Italian DJ and producer makes another vrsit after his acclaimed set at Homelands.
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