two outside marquees. ()n the DJ side we have Big Toe Hi-l‘i. Badger Hopkins. Harry Ainsworth and Tony (‘arter mixing tip everything from dub to indie. And on the live side we have Dawn of the Replicants. Uncle John 8; Whitelock. Airforce Army and the Ice Robots.
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I Jeff Beck (‘lyde Auditorium. S1i(‘(‘. Pinnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. 7.30pm. £25. (iuitar hem who emerged during the British blues boom of the 60s. bill is still best known for the crass novelty hit ‘Hi Ho Silver Lining'. At least he doesn't take hitnself quite as seriously as ('la )ton.
I Roger Mc uinn Strathclyde Suite. Royal (‘oncert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £18.50. The ex- Byrds guitarist spawned a generation of jangling Rickenbacker-toting musicians. but now he's back to show us how psychedelic folk rock should be done. I UFO and The Quireboys (‘arling Academy. 121 liglinton Street. 0905 020 3999/0870 771 2000. 7pm. £16.50. Frauled old progressive space rocker and boogie merchants who have split up and reformed numerous times in their on-off 35 year history.
I The Beat The Perry. 42 (‘lyde Place. 01698 265 51 1. 9pm. £12. Mid- league ska revivalists in the early 80s with tracks such as ‘Mirror in the Bathroom'. ‘Stand Down Margaret' and a memorable cover of Andy Williams‘ ‘(‘att't (iet Used to Losing You'. Now one of their frontmen. Rankin‘ Roger. raises the Beat standard again.
I Bert Jansch (‘ottier Theatre. 9395 Hyndland Street. 357 3868. 8pm. £13.51). A potentially unfortunate clash with the Mc(iuinn gig. although Jansch's appeal is a little less mainstream. Bernard Butler cites him as an influence and collaborated with him during this year‘s (‘eltic Connections. l’ur! oft/w Wes! [ind I't'slit'ul.
I Killswitch Engage, Chimaira, Shadows Fall and God Forbid Queen Margaret Union. 22 University (iardens. 339 9784. 7pm. £13. ()ver-l4s show. Frayed denim jackets out for this Roadrunner Records roster tour. billed as the New Wave of American Heavy Metal tour. and headlined by a band who reckon they are ‘standard-bearers for (ieneration Heavy‘ and whose singer is called Howard Jones. Bttt not the one you're thinking of.
I The AM, Recliner and Cleartall King Tut's Wah Wah llut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £5. Michael Tighe and Parker Kindred used to be a part of Jeff Buckley's backing band. and formed the AM a couple of years ago. citing Prince. the Velvet l'nderground. Bowie and Bolan as inﬂuences.
I Torquamada, Craig B (Aereogramme), Titus Gein, Fickle Public, The Cherrykicks, Michael Dracula, Julia Thirteen, Flying Matchstick Men, Bad Dancer and Loss Leader Barfly. 260 (‘lyde Street. 0870 907 0999. 6pm. £6. Bumper bill of local acts from the left- lield. headlined by the punk/metal collision of 'l‘orquamada.
I The Ally Kerr Band and Jim McCulloch Nice‘n‘Slea/y. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. £3. Album launch for this local singer/ songwriter. supported by the former Sotip Dragons guitarist.
GWevie Stonder Stereo. 12 I4
Kelvinltattgh Street. 576 5018. 8pm. £5.
See Fri 18.
I Nova Smoke, After Christmas and Coriolis The 13111 Note Cafe. 50 60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Melodic indie rock.
I Green Door Clinic and Cortex liury Murrys. 96 Maxwell Street. 221 651 I. 8.30pm. Iiinal of the 1"urys [insigned 2004 competition with four more bands still to join the confirmed finalists. First prize is at weekends recording and 100 promo (‘1)s. For the runners-up. there are four T in the Park tickets. Although the winners will be chosen by a panel. the audience get to vote in a Pop Idol-style elimination round.
I Free Candy Collective Liquid Lounge. 94 West Regent Street. 353 6333. 6pm. Free. A diet of funk. soul. blues. jazz. and whatever else at this alternative pre-club night.
I Figure 5 Mc(‘huills. 40 High Street. 552 2135. 10pm. Free. See Thu 10.
I Open Stage The Halt Bar. 160 Woodlands Road. 564 1527. 4 8pm. Free. Weekly session for local musicians.
I Live Music Samuel Dow‘s. 67 7| Nithsdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free.
I Inge Zilling, Roguestar and Modus Whistlebinkies. 4 6 South
He’s been on a never ending tour for the last 173 years (his flat must need a right good vacuum and dust by ’now) and because obviously he had a night off after his SECC show he thought he’d chuck in a Barras show for his hardcore devotees. This might not be your last chance to see him up close but he still is one of the finest performers of his generation. (Mark Robertson)
I SECC, Glasgoz'x. ti/m/ , Jill". Barlow/and, Glasgow Hill .' r.‘ .l'm.
Bridge. 557 51 14. 6pm. Free before midnight; £3 after. Stadium style rock from Rogttestat' followed by stylish. original pop songs from Modus.
I Longview The Venue. 17 21 ('alton Road. 557 3073. 7pm. £8.50. \K'orkaday Mancunian indie plough their post-(‘oldplay furrow.
I The Red Eyes and The Zips
Spider‘s Web (‘ellar Bar. 258 Morrison Street. 477 3471. 8pm. £4. Double bill
of (ilasgow ‘77-sty1e punk rock.
rock & pop listings Music
Glive & Loud Hampden Park. 1 lam. £19.50. Tickets from HMV stores. (‘redit card hotline: 0870 013 4030. .\'o age restriction. 1)celyboppers at the ready for the annual kiddie-pop jamboree. this year featuring performances from such pop titans as Busted. Blue. Sugababes. Mcl“ly. limma Bunton. Peter Andre. (iit‘ls Aloud. Jamelia. Maroon 5. Natasha Bedinglield. Michelle McMantts. Mark ()wen. Sam & Mark. Deepest Blue. Phixx. V' and 'I'wenty 4 Seven. among others.
I Yes Sli(‘(‘. 1"innieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. 7.30pm. £35. l’ollowing last night’s l'l"() gig. Yes continue this unofficial prog rock veterans weekend. This is their 35th anniversary tour and with goofy keyboard player Rick Wakeman back in the fold to counteract the furrowed brow of guitarist Steve Howe. there should be lots of ironic cloak-wearing.
I Static X (‘arling Academy. 121 liglittton Street. 0905 020 3999/0870 77] 2000. 7pm. £8. ()ver- 14s show. The [S nu-metallers with the gimmicky hairdos are a late addition to the Academy litte- tip.
I Beth Nielsen Chapman and Darden Smith Stralhclyde Suite. Royal (‘oncert Hall. 2 Saucltiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £15. Highly rated Americana sitiger/songwriter who has penned hits for the likes of Trisha Yearwood and Willie Nelson. supported by Austin troubadour Darden Smith.
I Adem and King Creosote King Tut‘s Walt Wah llttt. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £6. See preview for Adem. Support from lience (‘ollective maintnan Kenny Anderson. whose sparse. quirky neo-folk tttnes are a delight.
Join us for live music and Euro 2004 ALL WEEKEND
- Sunday 13th June
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