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Edinburgh Corn Exchange presents
Our first ever seated concerts
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Aereogramme play King Tut’s Glasgow Fri 28 Sep and the Venue, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Sep
I Clydeside Animal Action Beneﬁt The 13th Note ('luh. (‘lyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm.
I TV Smith and The Red Eyes The 13th Note ('ate. King Street. 55.3 [638. 8pm. £5. New wave \eteran in solo show. I The Blues Poets 'l'he Scotia. Stockwell Street. 552 86%“. 4pm. Free. Fortnightly residency.
I Sunday Session l'isge Beatha. \Voodlzmds Road. 56-1 1.596. 5pm. Free. I Jam Session Studio One. Byres Road. 34l 65 I6. 4.30pm. Free.
I Echobelly The liquid Room. ()c Victoria Street. 225 256-1. 7.30pm. £l(). See Sat 2‘).
OMark B 8. Blade The Arches. Argyle Street. 0901 ()22 ()3()(). 8pm. £8 pltis booking fee. Making waves as another Brit hip-hop hope. these two have been around long enough not to get to starry-eyed and still deliver the goods with rough but l’unky abandon.
I The Slackers and Closer King Tut's Wah Walt llut. St Vincent Street. 221 5279.813111. £8 plus booking fee. ()ver-Hs.
I Dealer Stttdio ()ne. Byres Road. 34] 65 I6. 9pm. Free.
I Acoustic Jam Nice ‘n‘ Slea/y. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I The Orb The liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7.30pm. £12.50. lilectronic pioneers of yore The Orb. who practically invented amhient house. bring their little Fluffy (‘louds‘ to lidinhurgh.
I Elkin, Dollah and Alfonzo La Belle Angele. llastie‘s (lose. 225 7536. 8pm. £4. This quality line-tip ol‘ local indie acts is the ﬁrst in a series of concerts utilising La Belle Angele as a live venue.
I Stapleton, Nathaniel Green and Major Major Bongo (‘ltrh. l4 .\'ew Street. 558 7604. 9pm. £3 £4. Frail vocals arid skewed guitars l'ront headliners Stapleton. at this .\I(’.\lB night of indie l‘trn.
I North Lanarkshire Battle Of The Bands Final Motherw ell ('oncert llall. (‘iy ic (‘entre. \Vindntillhill Street. DUNS 2(17515.7.3()pnt. £3.50 (£2l. Six local hands take to the stage. with the smell of victory in the air.
ONitin Sawhney ()iti Fruitmarket. Alhion Street. 287 55] 1. 7.30pm. L'l2.5(l pltis hooking lee. With a Best World .‘yltrsic Act nomination at this year's .\1()B() awards Sawhney w ill he impressing with tracks from his ﬁfth alhtrrn I’I'nplrt'r'v.
I Bond Royal ('oncer't Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £13.50 £17.50. There aren’t many string quartets who cart claim to have sold a million albums. appeared in the pop charts and posed naked for photographs. Since their formation in 199‘). the sassy foursome have taken a hattering rant to classical convention. pouring everything from salsa to trance into their arrangements of traditional Colitpositious.
I Patsy Cline - The Concert Pavilion. Renlield. 332 1846. 7.30pm. £11/£l().:\ trihttte to the lite. times and songs of Patsy (line.
I Kathryn Williams King Tut‘s Walt Walt Hut. St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8.30pm. £7.50 plus hooking lee. Frail accotrstic songs from the Mercury nominated singer/si)ngwriter.
I The Poison Sisters The 13th Note (are. King Street. 553 I633. 8pm. £2.
I Backroom Session t'isge Beatha. Woodlands Road. 564 I596. Spur. Free.
S linter roup 5:12 a £14
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