Music rock & pop listings

Friday 26 continued

I Free Radicals, Buddha Crush, Hide and The Ruffness Barfly tl‘ormerl)‘ the l3th .\'ote (‘luhL 260 (‘l_\'de Street. 0870 ‘)()7 ()‘)‘)‘). S.l5pm. £4.

I The Primes and Ursula Minor 'l’he l3th .\'ote ('al'e. 50-00 King Street. 55.3 lo3h’. ‘)pm. (iuitar/sainplex combo from l'rsula Minor.

I Tartarus, Cosmos and Recliner Fury Murry» ‘)() Maxwell Street. 22l ()5! I. 9pm. £4. including entry to post- gig club.

I Hustler, Freeway and Kilo

Straw herr} l’ields. 5o ()\\\'ald Street. 22l 787 I. 7.30pm. £4. including entry to pmt-gig club.

I Fever (irand ()Ie ()pr). l’aixle} Road To“. 42‘) 53‘)(i. 7.30pm. £3 (£2 mernherxi. ('ountr).

I Abba Tribute Bourbon Street. 108 George Street. 552 0141. 7pm. £5 (£14.50 \\ ith dinner). Tribute to the Swedixh l‘ah four.

I The Ducks .\te(‘liuill's. 40 High 811111.552 2l35. 10pm. l‘ree. Retro garage rock conducted at a frenzied \peed.

I Roost .\lacSorle_\ 'x. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 858 I. With. l‘ree.

I Rush Hour Samuel l)o\\ ‘x. ()7 ‘)l \ithxdale Road. 423 0|07. 8.30pm. Free.


I Bearsuit, Purple Munkie and We Become Less The Venue. l7 2] ('alton Road. 557 3073. Split. £5. Scottixh debut from .\'or\\ ich indie xex'en- piece and John Peel favourites Bearxuit who hill llk‘lthc‘hc‘x ax Belle and Sehaxtian-meets-the ()nl} ()nex. a good combination one would think.

I Frantic Chant, My Electric Love Affair and Baltic (‘ounting litilhc. \VCSI \tc‘tilson Street. (167 0870. 7.30pm. £4. A triple hill of alternative

rock. px) chcdelia and indie \\ ith l)J\ \pinning ax \tlppol't.


I Tom Hingley 'l‘ollmoth 'l'heatre. Jail W} nd. 0l7tS’o 274000. 7.30pm. £(i t£4i. Iix-lrontman ol' Manchexter \hoega/ers the llhpit'dl ('arpets.

Glasgow I The Gelflings, Mugshot and Standoff King 'l’ut'x \Vah \Vah Hut.

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27231 St \IlliCL'iii Street. :Zl 527‘). 8.30pm. £4 pltlx hooking tee.

I Eska and Hex Nic‘e'ii'Slezil). 42] Sauchiehall Street. 333 ‘)(i37. 0pm. Alternatixe heax} rock. particularl} from the Big Black/Snans-influenced lle\.

I Malloy, Stapleton and Last Years Fall the 13m Note ('ale. fill-(in King Street. 553 lo3S. ‘)pm.

I Jean Genie, Sneak Attack Tigers, Vega, Little Miss Debbie and the Scumbag Boogie Band, the Guijins and Major Threat 'I‘annahill ('entre. l-"erguxlie. l’aisle). S47

4013/4643. lpm. Free. Another Sl’l.\' dose of tree li\‘e inuxic.

I Cloud Show and The Rodents Strawberry l'ieldx. 5(i ().\\\itltl Street. 22l 7871. 7.30pm. £4. including entry to poxt-gtg L‘ltth.

I Scheme The l'err). (‘l}de Place. 42‘) l0l0. ‘)pm. £3.

I Madonna Tribute Bourbon Street. IUS (ieorge Street. 552 014 1. 7pm. £5 (£10.50 \\ ith dinner).

I Open Stage The Hall Bar. lot) Woodlands Road. 504 1527. 4 Spin. i'hl'L'L‘. \VL‘L‘lx‘l} \exxion for local lllllSlCilllh. I Carlito The Hall Bar. l(i0 \Vtitttllillttlx Road. 564 I527. ‘)pm. l-‘ree.

I Cool Heels Samuel l)o\\ ‘x, ()7 ‘)l Ntlltxtlltlt‘ Road. 423 ()lll7. S.3()pm. llt'L‘L‘. I Jamie Barnes and Cochise MacSot'le) \. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 XSXI. (rpm. l‘ll‘L‘C. Residenc} l'til‘ illL‘ Rtkll \‘L‘lCl'tttt.

I Live Music (irand ()le ()pi}. l’;ll\lc‘_\ Road loll. 42‘) 5390. 7.30pm. £3 (£2 members). ('ountr};


0 James Yorkston, the Zephyrs and Malcolm Middleton The Venue. 17 2| ('alton Road. 557 3073. 7pm. £7.50. (‘ountrilied blues and Americana l‘rom Yorkxton and a \imilarl} bourbon- drenched xet ol' \upports.

I Mute Media, Endorphin and Starless The Mercat. 223’ West .\Iait|and Street. 225 3861. 7.30pm. £3. Donald McDonald returns \\ ith his new pow er rock combo .\lute Media.

I Stealer .\'.B.\. Balmoral Hotel. I l’rincex Street. 556 24 l4. ‘)pm. liree. Funk-rock from lidinhurgh's Stealer.


I Rock Out West l'eat Rogue Star, Dirge and Qwijbo lit)“ den Park ('entre. 0150(i 433034. 7pm. £0 t£4 i. A trio oi local rock actx.



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