MUSIC NEWS Scotland GIGguide …….. page 10: glasgow + mid west coast 4.30pm.
GHOST POET; To pigeon- hole Ghostpoet (real name Obaro Ejimiwe) would be misguided - here lies an artist who spans the worlds of hip-hop, trip-hop, dub- step and beyond. Stag & Dagger Festival. Glasgow
THE DODOS; American indie rock band whose fourth album No Color is released in March and fea- tures Neko Case. With support from The Luyas. The Arches, 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow. Doors 7pm, £9 adv,18.
JUNO AND THE MOOK /
BORN ACCUSED /THE STEADY STATE RE- GIME / THE KLEP- TOCRATS / THE BEAGLE (acoustic). Indie Rocks. Maggie May's, Trongate, Merchant City, Glasgow. 7.30pm, £5/£4. Tickets From door
GERRY JABLONSKI & THE ELECTRIC BAND / THE LORELEI; double al- bum launch with support from BROTHERS REID; Nice N sleazy’, Glasgow. £5. 7pm – 11pm.
THE NIGHTINGALES / TED CHIPPINGTON; The Admiral, Glasgow. 7.30pm.
SCHOLARS /THE WIN- TER TRADITION; The Buff Club, 142 Bath Lane, Glas- gow. 7pm.
ADAM ANT & THE GOOD, THE MAD & THE LOVELY POSSE; Adam Ant is one of the most in- stantly recognizable and iconic artists of the twenti- eth century. Ant is currently recording new material. This greatest hits tour will be something not to be missed. Glasgow O2 ABC. 0844 477 2000
BREL SESSIONS;For the younger folk / indie com- munity. with Laura Wilkie (Rachel Sermanni band) and Sarah Hayes (Admiral Fallow) Come down to Brel, bring your instrument and jam. Bar Brel, Ashton Lane, Glasgow. 9pm. Free.
EMERALDS; Drone trio who are noted for Emer- alds are noted for blending ambient music with 80’s synthesizer textures, Ger- man kosmische music and the minimalism of Terry Riley. The Arches, 253 Ar- gyle Street, Glasgow. Doors 7pm, £7 adv. 18+
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SAID ENSEMBLE; Jason Staddon and some of the other fine folks currently honign their craft at the RSAMD are raising the tone for one night only with a thoroughly welcome in- jection of refinement in the
form of live sets from small assorted classical ensem- bles based in Glasgow. Your stupid, noisy, sham- bolic life almost certainly needs this oasis of calm. For the record, this already probably the BLOC staff's most enthusiastically an- ticipated gig of the year. 9pm. Bar Bloc. Glasgow. Free before 11pm.
ROCK THROUGH IT ! Charity Night, If You Like Listening to Live bands then come and support The Teenage Cancer Trust & the Diabetic UK. The Night Will be Packed Full Of Fun and Most Important There Will Be Music from Paris To Prison / Myles Leggatt / Holly Blair An- drew Mcilveen in a cover band and Plenty More To Come ! Pivo Pivo. Glas- gow. Waterloo St. 7pm. Tickets are only £3
POOR THINGS single Launch / HAPPY VAN- DALS / CANCEL THE AS- TRONAUTS; Hot-as-hell post-punk-meets-alt-rock trio Poor Things are bring- ing out a bloody good EP and this marks the occa- sion. With them they've brought some choice na- tive contemporaries and the evening promises to be a beast. And remember, buy their record! You got in for free, you miser. 9pm. Bar Bloc. Glasgow. Free before 11pm.
ABIGAIL WILLIAMS. Ivory Blacks, 56 Oswald St, Glasgow, 6.30pm.
WALTER STRAUSS; Wal- ter Strauss plays acoustic roots music with amazing interpretations of exotic world music. Castlemilk Hall, 106 Water- side Road, Carmunnock, Glasgow, 7.30pm
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band; King Tuts, Glasgow. 8.30pm.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS; The Box, Glasgow.
SARASETO RECORDS night feat Mitchell Mu- seum / Nevada Base; If you don't know who Mitchell Museum are then shame on you. Beardy covergirls extraordinaire, they combine some of the best parts of Pavement, Grandaddy and Wolf Pa- rade and are as fun to be- hold as they are musically delightful. They are joined this eve with the electroni- cally enhanced sass of hugely tipped local cats Nevada Base. 10pm. Bar Bloc. Glasgow. Free before 11pm.
PETE MOLINARI; CCA, Glasgow.Tickets £9 from CCA Box office 0141 352 4900. Doors 7.30pm 8pm start
MARTIN STEPHENSON; Three Wise Men, Glasgow Southside Festival
PIN UP NIGHTS with EN- DOR / MICHAEL CASSIDY/ MONDE- GREEN AND TOKAMAK; Playing live – Guest DJs from some of Scotland’s best music blogs; The Fly- ing Duck, 142 Renfield street, Glasgow. £5. 9pm – 3am.
MADNISH - (Madness Tribute); Ivory Blacks, Glasgow. 7pm.
BART B MORE With sup- port from Killer Kitsch in Terminal 1. In Terminal 2 are JAKEBEATS with HEY TODAY! With support from Homebass DJs and Crocky DaMan. Club 520, 520 Sauchiehall St, Glas- gow. £8 advance / More on the door. Tickets available from Tickets Scotland and from Club 520 PR staff.
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