Events are listed by date, then city. Submit listings at least ten days before publication for Glasgow to Fiona Shepherd at glasgoWlist.co.uk, by post or by fax on 0141 353 2803 and for Edinburgh to Henry Horthmore at henryfilist.co.uk, by post or by fax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Mark Robertson, Henry Horthmore and Fiona Shepherd.

Ticket information

Tickets for most shows can be obtained in advance from:

Tickets Scotland 239 Arger Street. Glasgow 0141204 51:31.

Tickets Scotland 127 Rose Street. Edinburgh. 0131 220 3234.

Ripping Records 91 South Bridge. 0131226 7010.

Way Ahead 0141 3139 838:3.


I Maher Shalal Hash Baz (ilasgow School of Art. I08 Renfrew Street. 353 4530. 7.30pm. £8. Naive. folky strummings from this Japanese band who record for the Pastels’ (ieographic label. Purl “fl/1U .llusir‘liiirks convention.

I Carl Palmer the Ferry. 42 ('lyde Place. 42‘) l0l0. 8pm. £l2.50. Drumming powerhouse. once of prog behemoths limerson. Lake and Palmer.

I CDAoss, CAarme, Buzzbomb and Alpacinos King 'I‘ut's Walt Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 22! 527‘).



52 THE LIST 30 Oct—iii Nov 2008

8.30pm. £0. Anarchic sounds from Sweden. l’url of.llus‘icworks‘.

I Songs of Freedom Showcase (‘ottier Theatre. llyndland Street. 357 3808. 7.30pm. £7/£5. Showcase of unsigned bands who have contributed to the Songs affirm/oil! ('I). Pltis an acoustic Alabama 3 set from the Larry Love show band. I’ur! of.llusirllirrks. I Stylus Automatic, Alamo Race Track and the Red Bee Society (‘('A. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. 8pm. Free. Local indie tykes Stylus Automatic are joined by Dutch outfit Alamo Race Track. I’rll'! of .iltls‘ir‘lliirkx.

I Soul Cellar, You Can’t Eat the Word Food, Ramp, Tartarus and the Gain The (‘athouse. l5 t'nion Street. 248 0000. 7.30pm. £4. ()ver-l4s show. Mixtttre of alternative rock styles. I Mendeed, God’s Win, All my Logic attd Jaded Bat‘lly. 200 (‘lyde Street, 0870 ‘)07 0‘)‘)‘). 8pm. £4. ()ver- l4s show. Metal bill. Part of Musicworks.

I The Hazey Janes, Kieran Docherty and Jo Mango Acoustic

Affair. Stereo. l2 l4 Kelvinhaugh Street.

.570 5018. 8pm. £5. Showcase of local sitiger/songwriters. playing acoustically. I’url of.llllstt‘lliirkv.

I Linus, Stone Cold Rumours, Charlemagne and Freeview Fury Murrys. ‘)0 Maxwell Street. 22l 05] l.

‘)pm. £4. including entry to post-gig club.

Showcasing the l-‘ury's Kings of Bands. I Aarkestra, Soulsaver and Recliner Loaded. Liquid Lounge. ‘)4 West Regent Street. l0pm. £3 (£4 on door). Weekly showcase of local artists. including London-based acid rocker Aarkestra. plus the garagey sounds of

Soulsaver and Dundee's Recliner. I’urr of


I The Pendulums 'l‘ehui ()\na. 42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524. 8pm. £2. Psychedelic folk combo.

I The Cahonies Studio One. (irosvenor Hotel. (irosvenor 'l‘errace (off Byres Road). 34| 05l0. ‘)pm. Free.

I The Vagabonds 'I‘he Scotia.

l 12‘ ll-l Stockwell Street. 5.52 SbSl. ‘)pm. Free. Popular covers.

I Jam Session Samuel l)ow ‘s.

07 7| Nithsdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free. Hosted by lmlependence. I Live Music Mc('huills. 40 High Street. 552 2|35. 9pm. Free. .\'ew band night. line-up to be conlirmed.

I Live Music Beanscene. 5 (‘ressw ell Lane. 334 0770. 8pm. Free. Laidback background sounds.

I Live Music .‘vlacSorley‘s. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 858]. ‘)pm. Free.


I Red Admiral The liquid Room. ‘)c Victoria Street. 225 2504. 7pm. £4. Local indie rock act.

I Jane McDonald t'sliei- Hall. l.othian Road. 228 ll55. 7.30pm.

£l4 £ l 8. The lovely Jane. star of The ('ruist'. returns for tnore heartfelt. glittering songs supported by full band. I EMS Uncovered Studio 24. 24 20 ('alton Road. 558 3758. 7.30pm. £tbc. A charity night to raise funds for (’HAS featuring Ramage Inc. l-‘unnelweb. Mute- Media. ('alhoun and Maya 2‘).

I No Fire Herb, Subbuteo Pitch Invasion and The Electroluvs (‘al‘e Royal. \y‘est Register Street. 7.30pm. £3. A Mix of qttality indie from the capital.

I Mexico \Vhistlehinkies. 4 (1 South Bridge. 557 5] 14. ‘)pm. 'I’alented duo playing covers and originals (midnight band still the).

I The Mighty Elephants llttman Be-ln. 2 8 West ('rosscauseway. 002 8800. ‘)pm. Free. Toby from Salsa (‘eltica introduces his new band at this weekly showcase of underground nu soul and funk inusicians.

I Playtone and Bob Cuba Hcriot- Watt t'niversity l'nion. Riccarton. 45l 5333. ‘)pm. Free. A ‘unique blend of acoustic and electric rock' from l’laytone

with electronics meets rock from Bob (‘uba (students and their guests only).


I Ill Nino, Spineshank and Chimaira 'l‘he (iarage. 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 1 I20. 7pm. S()l.l) ()t'l. ()ver- l4s show. l\'wrrurig.’- friendly triple bill who comprise this year’s Road Rage tour. l’urt of .lltlsit‘lliirks.

I Manitoba and Dioptre King Tut‘s Walt Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8.30pm. £7. Manitoba are a ('anadian electronic trio influenced by psychedelic music from the Byrds to My Bloody Valentine. l’ur! o/fl'llusirlliirks. I Catfish Keith Stereo. l2 l4 Kelvinhaugh Street. 570 50I8. 8pm. £8. Acoustic delta blues man with considerable linger-picking skills. I’ur! of.lluxir'lliil‘ks.

I Calcium, Damaged Goods, Eastborn, Croft No 5 and Pete Philly (‘(.:\. 350 Sauchichall Street. 352 4‘)()(). 8pm. Free. ('eltrock from ('roft .\'o 5 and hip hop from Holland in the shape of Pete Philly. Par! 12/5 .llusit‘lliirks.

I Degrassi, Pupkin, Closer and Roddy Hart Barlly. 200 (‘lyde Street. 0870 ‘)07 0‘)‘)‘). 8pm. £4. Indie bill of varying volume. headlined by the lidinburgh band featuring ex-ldlewild bassist Bob l-airfoull. l’urr of .llusn‘lliirky.

I The Kitchen The lind of the Month ('lub. the l3th .\'ote ('afe. 50 00 King Street. 553 I038. ‘)pm. £3. llallowe'en special. featuring a punky electro .set from ex-Bis miss Manda Rio and her other half Ryan Seagrist.

I Pro Forma (ilasgow School of Art. 108 Renfrew Street. 353 4530. l0pm. £0 (£5 students/£4 (iS:\/RS:\Ml)l. Flectro soundtrack for the Art School’s Hallowe'en ball.

I The Blimp, Tenpercenter and SDA 'l'he Soundhaus. 47 Hydepark Street. 22! 405‘). ‘).3()pnt. £7 (£5 membersl. Funk rock from the Blimp. I’ur! of.llust't'lliirks.

I Hollow Point, Five Storeys High and Carpe Diem Fury Murrys. ‘)0 Maxwell Street. 22l 05l 1. ‘)pm. £4. including entry to post-gig club. 'l'riple bill of upcoming local indie bands.

I The Gift Mc('huills. 40 High Street. 552 2l35. ‘)pm. Free. Mod and northern soul sounds. I’rll'l of.l/Ilslt‘lliirks’.

I Thunderstruck Samuel Dow‘s. 07 7| Nithsdale Road. 423 ()l07. 8.30pm. Free.

I The Fusion Experience Liquid Lounge. ‘)4 West Regent Street. 353 0333. 0pm. Free. Residency from this ja/l funk trio.


I Greenfinger and Tyrant Lizard Kings (‘ounting llouse. West Nicolson Street. 007 0870. ‘)pm. £5. Bouncy ska punk from (ireenlinger. with energetic metal from the l.i/ards.

I Karloff and Miuku 'l‘he Mercat. 28' West Maitland Street. 225 380l. ‘)pm. £3. Halloween special with Karloff being dug tip from the graveyards of Aberdeen. playing punk/rock/(if)s/garagc/metal. While Miuku hail from Auld Reekie and serve tip a riotous punk platter.

I The Counterfeit Clash Nobles Bar. 44a (’onstitulion Street. l.eith. 553 3873. ‘)pm. Free. (lush and other punky


I Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and the Brian Jonestown Massacre Barrowland. 244

(iallow gate. 552 400l. 7pm. S()l.l)

()l "l. ()yer- l-ls shim. ('heet'less San l-‘ranciscan trio ape the Mary (‘hain for a new getteralion of bored indie kids.

24"? Nina Hastasia and Sons and Daughters A sisterly kindred spirit to the now sadly deceased Elliott Smith, Nastasia‘s (pictured) sound is also intense. intimate and ultimately inspirational. Venue, Edinburgh, Sat 7 Nov

i2; Terra Diablo, Odeon Beat Club, Endorphin, Degrassi and Hail Caesar They might not be grabbing gongs or reclining in limos just yet but this damn fine indie and rock line—up shows just what we have to offer in the way of potential award winners of tomorrow. Venue. Edinburgh, Tue 4 Nov.

Jane’s Addiction Here to prove that their tardy return to the rock arena has been worth the wait. See preview and feature. Carling Academy, Glasgow, Wed 5 Nov.

1:: Party in the Gardens Get yer thermals on and go down the front for Jane‘s Addiction while Flaming Lips, Chemical Brothers and sundry others do guest turns to boot. We've got tickets to give away. see page 1 1. See feature. Princes Street. Edinburgh, Thu 6 Nov.

N'E'R'D The Neptunes go live and pretty much manage to out- everyone everyone with their wildly impatient. but deeply funky rock/hip hop swamp. See feature. Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, Thu 6 Nov.

Electric Soft Parade The prevalence of Yanks in the Hit List this fortnight is duly noted. but we have MTV to thank for that, so take comfort in this truly magical group who languish beside Snow Patrol in the file marked 'unsung heroes'. See preview. Liquid Room, Edinburgh, Thu 6 Nov.

The Flaming Lips The beatific bombast of Oklahoma's most dramatic expOrt since ‘I'm Just a Girl Who Can't Say No' once again prove why theirs is real perfect pop. See feature. Carling Academy. Glasgow, 8318 Nov; Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Sun 9 Nov.