Music rook & pop listings

Sunday 22 continued

I The Autumn The 13th Note Cafe. 50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Melodic indie rock.

I The JuJu Ten and Lynsey Dolan Stereo. 12—14 Kelvinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 8pm. £4.

I Trap 6 The Bunker. 193-199 Bath Street. 229 1427. 10pm. Free. Indie rock ragbag with influences encompassing Feeder. Oasis and Snow Patrol.

I Figure 8 I’ivo I’ivo. 15 Waterloo Street. 564 8100. 8.30pm. Free. Acoustic residency.

I Engine The Scotia. 1 l2 1 14 Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 4pm. Free. Rock covers residency.

I Big Blues Jam Studio ()ne. (irosvenor Ilotel. (irosvenor Terrace. 341 6516. 6.30pm. Free. Hosted by the New Blues Surfers with contributions frotn Studio One regulars such as Rev Doe and the Nimmo Brothers.

I Phil’s Sunday Session lfisge Beatha. 232 Woodlands Road. 564 1596. 6pm. Free. Bring your own instrument. I Live Music MacSorleys. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 8581. 9pm. Free. Three bands to be confirmed.


I The Fall and John Cooper Clark The Venue. 17---21 (‘alton Road. 557 3073. 7.30pm. £14. The legendary grumbling and crumpled Mark Ii Smith leads the Fall who have cut over 25 albums over 25 years back with new album The Rm] New Full [.1’ [Quarterly ('ounlry ()n [he ('lir‘k.

I Moniack, Sans Trauma and G- Plan Subway. 69 (‘owgate. 225 6766. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). Magical prog madness from newly revived locals Moniack.

I Mystery Juice Bannerman's. Niddry Street. 556 3254. 8.30pm. Free. Iiclectic and electrifying: be prepared for (‘aledonia’s masters of breakbeat blues

Billy Bragg

and showmanship mixing (‘eltic and funk rock with equal abandon.

I Brady Cole, Taylor Kayn and Instinct (‘abaret Voltaire. 36 38 Blair Street. 220 6176. 7pm. £4. Headed by the Who influenced Brady (‘ole and 'I‘aylor kayn are a Fife all female four

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I Asa and The Dangers Whistlebinkies. 4—6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. 9pm. Free. Dubby dance with haunting vocals from Asa.


I Brian Irvine’s Filmworks with David Holmes Tolhooth. Jail Wynd. 01786 274000. 7.30pm. £8 (£5.50). Six short films with their soundtracks performed live by a specially assembled chamber music group. Working closely with Brian Irvine. this is the debut of their work in association with Bangor College in Northern Ireland. Also David Holtnes. world class 1)] and film scorer. opens the evening in conversation with Brian Irvine.


I Jamie Cullum Royal (‘oncert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7pm. SOLD OUT. Jazz/rock crossover

wonderboy interprets Hendrix and

Radiohead beside tnore trad standards.

Confident and likeable with more of an edge than you might expect.

I Skinnyman 8: DJ Flip King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £8. See preview for the North London MC.

I Camera Obscura Pearce Institute. Govan Road. 4190329. 7pm. Free.

Classy indie shenanigans from these

rampant janglers. I Dieselbone, Murnie and

: Peregrine Barfly. 260 (‘lyde Street. 0870 907 ()999. 8pm. Retro rock and

power pop.

I Soil and Hiding Place The

(‘athouse. 15 Union Street. 248 6606.

7.30pm. £9. Over-14s show.Mega metal

line up.

I Dave Arcari, Lee Patterson

and Scott McDonald Stereo. 12—14 Kelvinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 8pm. £4

(£3). Acoustic mayhem.

I Mutt, Asriel, Tired of Trying

and Slap Happy The l3th Note Cafe.

50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Punk and pop—punk bill.

I The Alf Stewart Combo Studio One. (irosvenor Hotel. (irosvenor Terrace (off Byres Road). 341 6516. 9pm. Free. Blues.

Black Eyed Peas pay Carling Acaemy, Glaso, Fri Feb

I Acoustic Jam Niee‘n‘Sleazy. 421 . Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 8pm. Free. 3 With a free drink as incentive for

participants. I Open Stage McChuills. 40 High

Street. 552 2135. 9.30pm. Free. Edinburgh

I Randy Newman Queen's Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £25 (£20). Famous during the 60s and 70s for writing quirky. darkly funny or sharply satirical songs that often painted vivid

portraits detailing the foibles and lives of

lifelike characters.

I Acoustica Cabaret Voltaire. 36—38 Blair Street. 220 6176. 7.30pm. Free (voluntary contributions on exit). A new night of acoustic sounds offering varied

line-ups from Iidinburgh's finest

singer/songwriters. And remember. no cover versions allowed.

I Night of Strange Bricks II The Liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7pm. £7 (£5)Humungeous line up of local talent including The Ruffness.

Chop. The Third Man. Echosenya.

Mommy Maria and the Malt Brothers. Fleatnrket Funk. Los Agostitos. Snesorium plus solo acoustic acts THC. I Open Mic Whistlcbinkies, 4—6 South Bridge. 557 5114. 9pm. Free. Just

' turn up and perform.

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I Jerry Lee Lewis Clyde

Auditorium. SECC. Finnieston Quay.

0870040 4000. 7pm. £30. (icnullect

humbly in front of one of those rare artists who can truly claim to have

; influenced the course of rock‘n'roll.

Lewis is still fighting those southern baptist demons we're lucky to be

graced with his presence. I Paul Kelly King Tut‘s Wah Wah

Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279.

8.30pm. £8. Prolific Australian singer/ songwriter who has been around since

the 70s and was initially influenced by the greats Dylan. Hank Williams and

2 Lou Reed. What. not T‘pau'.’

I Avenged Sevenfold and Send More Paramaedics The (,‘athouse. 15 Union Street. 248 6606. 7.30pm. £7.50. Over- 14s show. Epic (and we mean biblical) metal quintet frotn

Orange County.