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itn d Friday 30 con ue pADDY CASEY
Mainstream singer songwriters get a bad press. I blame David Gray. But they’re not all wobbly- bonced dullards. Take Paddy Casey. Five years ago he was a penniless busker on the streets of Dublin. Then Sony signed him up. Then his debut album, Amen (80 Be It), went double platinum in lreland and he won all sorts of awards. And all just by writing brilliantly simple and slightly barbed acoustic tunes and having the voice of an angel. Four years down the line and a second album, Living, shows the musician and his songwriting maturing without any of the horrible Hush Puppies and Mondeo visions
0 Dr Alimantado, Earl Gateshead and Jerry Dammers The Feny. 42 Clyde Place. 01698 265 51 1. 10pm. £14. See preview for punk reggae favourite [)r Alimantado. supported by ex- Specials lynchpin Jerry Dammers and Geordie reggae MC Earl Gateshead. Parr (If iii/inch.
I The Catheters and Blue Movie King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £6. Seattle- based punk rockers who record for the city‘s venerable Sub Pop label.
I The Subhumans g2. 490 Sauchiehall Street. 353 3111. 7pm. £8.50. Over-14s show. Old school political ptrnk
band who also trade under the name Citizen Fish. There‘s a new album out on Fat Wreck Chords.
I The Flying Matchstick Men and Syrup Shoppe Abnormals Anonymous. Glasgow School of Art. 168 Renfrew Street. 353 4530. llpm. £8 (£7). A fusion of rock. electro. folk. glam and pop from the Roxy/Depeche-influenced Flying Matchstick Men. with support from art rock girl trio Syrup Shoppe.
I Ovalsoul, The Wise Monkeys, Manrib and The Mosa Funk Club Shoogakube. the Soundhaus. 47 Hyde Park Street. 221 4659. 9pm. £7. Everything from funky blues to eclectic electro at this month's Shoogakube showcase.
I Forgotten Sons The Cathouse. 15 Union Street. 248 6606. 7pm. £6. ()ver- 14s show. Marillion tribute.
I Eleven Mile Creek and Fred Barfly. 260 Clyde Street. 0870 907 0999. 8pm. £4/£5. The summery. string-laden Eleven Mile Creek launch their new EP ‘Training for Industry". Supported by the infectious indie pop of Fred.
I The Nucleotides The Vale. 5 Dundas Street. 333 0946. 8pm. £3. Surf rock instrumentalists from Edinburgh.
I Bozilla, Bendy Toy, PDA Boy and Chow The End of the Month Cltib. the l3th Note Cafe. 50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. This month hosts Bozilla try otrt their side project PDA Boy and welcome the groovy electronica of Bendy Toy and the glitch synth sounds of Edinburgh's Chow.
I The Fusion Experience The Buff Cltrb. 142 Bath Lane. 248 1777. 8pm. Free before 10.30pm; £5 after. Jau/funk/rtwk vibes to break the ice. Nice.
I Liquid Sound, 3 O’clock Sunday, The Echoes and Trip Fontaine Fury Mtrrrys. 96 Maxwell Street. 221 6511. 8.30pm. £4. including entry to post-gig club. Bill of upcoming local indie bands.
I Live Music Club 600. the Halt Bar. 16() Woodlands Road. 564 1527. 9pm. Free. Rockabilly club night. with live
I Live Music Rockers. 14 Midland Street. 221 (1726. 8pm. Free. Rock line-up to be conﬁrmed.
I Raﬁ and Range Eleven Whistlebinkies. 4—6 South Bridge. 557
51 14. 6pm. Free before midnight; £3 after. Scottish rock from Range Eleven with midnight act still tbc.
0 Andre Williams, T-Model Ford and Uncle John a Whitelock The Liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7pm. £12. It has been said that ‘Andre Williams makes Little Richard sound like Pat Boone'. The originator of this observation is mad old swamp rock daddy Lux Interior of the Cramps. so we‘re going to choose to believe him. Backed up by vintage blues man T-model Ford and country punkers Uncle John and Whitelock as part of 'I‘ripry't'h.
0 Dr Robert Moog a Jean Jacques Perrey Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £8. Talk as part of Triptych ‘How the Moog Synthesizer Became a Household Name' from the inventor of the infamous machine as well as one of its main exponents. Talk. Q&A and demos.
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I Colin Vearncombe The Pleasance Cabaret Bar. 6(1 The Pleasance. 623 0168. 8pm. £8--£10. Heartfelt pop from this artist who sometimes goes by the name of Black. I Postalowa, 55s and Willow Caledonian Backpackers. 3 Queensferry Street. 476 7224. 8.30pm. £4. Finland rockers Postalowa with Edinburgh support. I Gwen Mche The Bongo (‘luh Moray House. 37 Holyrood Road. 558 7604. 1 1pm---3am. £12. ()ne of the richest and most sampled voices frotn 80s soul and R&B plays this Triptych special.
I To Rococo Rot, Colleen, Thomas Fehlmann and The Pastels Honeycomb. 15—17 .\'iddry Street. 530 5540. l 1pm—3am. £10.50. The (ieographic label combines to bring this ethereal night together with avant-garde minimalism frorn To Rococo Rot. delicate. haunting songs from Colleen and a [)1 set from (‘reographic‘s owners the Pastels. While not on the same label (ierman Fehlmann tits the mood perfectly with his mix of acid. electro. dub and micro-house. Purl (if 7i‘i/2!_y't'}r.
0 Barenaked Ladies Carling Academy. 121 Eglinton Street. 0905 020 3999/0870 771 2000. 7pm. £18.50. ()ver- 14s. Jocular Canadians promote their new album Iz‘i'wjvrlring In vat'rymu’. Each to their own.
0 Craig Armstrong a AGF, To Rococo Rot, Colleen, Movietone, Directorsound, Camera Obscura, International Airport and Miso Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 4pm. £14.50. Another bumper bill frorn Triptych. This is primarily a Geographic Music showcase. with label bosses the Pastels on [)11ng duties. but the highlight will likely be an improvised electronic and piano duet between august film soundtrack composer Craig Armstrong and Berlin-based laptop geen AGF. Parr of 'li'iprvch.
Andre Williams, Four Tet, Dabrye, Matthew Dear, Fennesz, Animal Collective and Explosions in the Sky Tramway. 25 Albert Drive. 0845 330 3501. 9pm. £15.50. See Fri 30 for Andre Williams‘ blues magic.Contrasting electronica. hip-hop and psychdelic delights from the rest of the bill. Part of 'I‘rt'pryt‘h.
O Jaylib teat Madlib a J-Rocc and Peanut Butter Wolf The Ferry. 4: Clyde Place. 429 1010. 10pm. £12.50. Soulful. funky and jazzy hip-hop bill. with none of that gangsta nonsense. Part of 'I'rr'pryt'lr.
I Delays and The Veils King Tut's Wah Wah Htrt. 272a St Vincent Street.
221 5279. 8pm. £8.50. Pretty boy quartet the Delays have been making the acquaintance of the charts over the last few months with their melodic sunshine pop whimsy.
I The Gain, Kalieda, Rosa and The Players Barﬂy. 260 (‘lytlt‘ Street. 0870 907 0999. 8pm. £4. Anthemic indie rock from the (lain.
I Malcolm Middleton, Viva Stereo and Language of Flowers Nice’n'Slea/y. 421 Satrchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. £5. Arab Strap guitarist Middleton wallows in his own miserable life for a change. while Viva Stereo launch their new liP ‘The Surface Has Been Scratched' and Belfast live-piece promote their Belle 8; Sebastianesque debut album.
I The Hucksters and Freeview Stereo. l2 l4 Kelvinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 6pm. £3. .\'ote early show.
I Free Candy Collective Liquid Lounge. 94 West Regent Street. 353 6333, 5.30pm. Free. A diet of ftrnk. soul. blues. jazz and whatever else at this alternative ire-club night.
I Open tage The Hall Bar. 160 \V‘ootllands Road. 564 1527. 4 8pm. Free. Weekly session for local musicians
0 Papa M and V-TWin The Venue. 17- 21 Calton Road. 557 3073. 7pm. £8. Papa M is one of the many alter egos of Slim/Tortoise man David Pajo. this one with more of a country/blues foundation. Making erudite local r‘m‘k'n'rollers V Twin a kindred support act. Part of TIT/713111.
0 Yat Kha l-‘ilmhouse. 88 l.othian Road. 228 2688. 8pm. £8.50. The award- winning collective Yat Kha. frorn the tiny state of Tina. near Tibet. provide a live. improvised throat-singing soundtrack to Pudovkin's 1928 silent film Storm ()l'l’l' xlsru. I’urr (if Ii'fllll't‘ll.
O Arto Lindsay, Matthew Herbert, Mugison, Brooks and guests Queen's llall. Clerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £14.50. An evening of diverse musical entertainment featuring Arto Lindsay. Matthew Herbert. Mtrgison. Brooks. Mara Carlyle and many others. See preview. l’urr uf'Ii-r‘prvclr.
I Drat, Bob Cuba, Swimmer One and Desc Caledonian Backpackers. 3 Queensferry Street. 476 7224. 8.30pm. £4. Alternative Belfast act l)rat return to Baby Tiger with ecelctic btrt esciting local support.
I Charles Wood, John Doe and Roguestar Whistlebinkies. 4 -6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. 6pm. Free before midnight; £3 after. Stadium sized rocking from Roguestat' on at midnight.
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I Chris Knight The Pleasance Cabaret Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 65(1 2349. 7.30pm. £8. :\lt.country in the same vein as Ryan Adams frorn this Kentucky sitiger/songwriter.
I Deacon Blue, McFly, Speedway, Alistair Griffin, Mark Joseph, Draw and Battle of the Bands Callander Park. 12.30pm. Free. Some big names for free as Big in Falkirk brings this eclectic rnis of rock and pop to the main stage. Scottish favourites Deacon Blue headline with a bit of help front popsters McFly. (ilasgow pop rockers Speedway and es- l‘tllllt’ Amt/mm chap Alistair (iriflin.
I Funeral for a Friend, The Haunted, Million Dead and Onelinedrawing Barrow land. 244 (ialltwvgate. 552 4601. 7pm. £1 1. ()ver- l4s show. (irunting. angsty post-grunge from nice Welsh lads Funeral for a Friend who are popular with the young goths of today. we hear. Plus a bumper support bill of bands jostling for space on the merchandise stall.
Gwen McCrae The l-‘erry. 42 ('lytlc Place. 01698 265 5l l. 7pm. £14. The Florida-born ‘Queen of Rare (irooye‘. who has sung with James Brown. Stevie “outlet and (ilen Campbell. has been concentrating on her gospel career lately btrt. if we ask nicely. she’ll probably sing some of her soul. ftrnk and R& B repertoire. Part of ‘Il-r/ny-t~/r.
O Arto Lindsay, Matthew Herbert, Mugison, Max de Wardener, Brooks, Mara Carlyle, Kid 606, DJ/Rupture, Knitehandchop and Coma Tramway. 25 Albert Drive. 0845 330 3501. 10pm. £14.50. See preview for .-\rto Lindsay. Laptop pioneer Kid 6116 presents kalcitloscopic sounds of his 'l'igerheat6 roster. while crossover jail/man Matthew Herbert airs the wares of his .-\ccitlerrtal Records line-up. all under one roof. I’m! at li‘r'prvc/r.
I Karen Matheson and James Grant Maytla/e. (ilasgow (ireen. 12pm 7pm. Free. Pray for line weather for the annual Mayda/e family bonanza on (ilasgow (ireen. ('apercaillie doyenne Matheson and sometime collaborator James (irant provide the musical interest. 0 Papa M artth “Min King Tut's Wah Wah lltrt. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8pm. £8. See Sat 1 PM! (if Triptych.