FRI 6 MAR 2015
Zun Zun Egui
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£8.00
TUE 17 MAR 2015
Vessels
Nice N Sleazy, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£8.50
WED 18 MAR 2015
Ian Siegal Band
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£14.00
FRI 20 MAR 2015
Kiran Leonard
Glad Cafe, Shawlands7:30pm£7.00
MON 6 APR 2015
Jessica Pratt
Mono, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£8.00
SAT 11 APR 2015
Errors
+ special guests
The Art School, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£11.00
MON 13 APR 2015
Black Yaya (feat..David Ivar of Herman Dune)
plus guests
Mono, GlasgowDoors 8.00pm£9.00
TUE 14 APR 2015
Matthew E White
Oran Mor, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£14.00
WED 15 APR 2015
Slug
Jutland Songs
Mono, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£7.00
SUN 19 APR 2015
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
O2 ABC 7pm£19.50
WED 22 APR 2015
Jam City
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 8.00pm£8.00
THU 23 APR 2015
Skinny Lister
Nice N Sleazy, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£9.00
TUE 28 APR 2015
Flying Lotus
O2 ABC, Glasgow7pm£20.00
FRI 1 MAY 2015
Akala
Electric Circus , EdinburghDoors 7pm£10.00
SAT 2 MAY 2015
Akala
Stereo, Glasgow7:30pm£10.00
WED 6 MAY 2015
Peter Broderick
Mono, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£10.00
SAT 9 MAY 2015
Foxygen
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£12.00
Withered Hand
Nice N Sleazy, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£11.00
SUN 17 MAY 2015
American Football
SWG3 Warehouse, Glasgow7.30pm£20.00
WED 20 MAY 2015
Young Fathers
The Art School, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£10.00
FRI 22 MAY 2015
The Saints
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£13.00
SAT 23 MAY 2015
Nils Frahm
O2 ABC 1, Glasgow7.00pm£20.00
Swans
The Art School, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£20.00
SUN 24 MAY 2015
Doldrums
Stereo, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£8.00
THU 28 MAY 2015
Babes In Toyland
Oran Mor, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£15.00
FRI 5 JUN 2015
John Cooper Clarke
Platform, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£20.00
MON 8 JUN 2015
Robyn Hitchcock
Mono, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£13.50
WED 17 JUN 2015
Pile
Nice N Sleazy, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£7.00
MON 22 JUN 2015
Natalie Prass
Mono, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£11.00
SAT 27 JUN 2015
Peggy Seeger
Oran Mor, GlasgowDoors 7.00pm£17.50
SUN 9 AUG 2015
The Tubes ft. Fee Waybill
The Art School, GlasgowDoors 7.30pm£23.00

Deerhunter

SUNDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2013

7.00 p.m. - 11.00 p.m.

Cancelled

From Atlanta, Georgia, the origins of Deerhunter can be traced back to when frontman Bradford Cox first met guitarist Lockett Pundt at high school. Years later Bradford and Moses Archuleta began making music together, and the seeds of what would become Deerhunter were sown. Other contributors to Deerhunter since its establishment in 2001 include Josh Fauver, Colin Mee and Whitney Petty. The current incarnation consists of Cox, Pundt and Archuleta plus bassist Josh Mckay and guitarist Frankie Broyles.

Deerhunter’s first album was a lo-fi experiment not initially intended for the wider world, but appeared in 2005 on a local Atlanta label, Stickfigure. Although officially untitled, it has since become known as Turn It Up, Faggot; a phrase that doesn’t actually appear on the sleeve but is an insult that Cox claimed was often thrown at the band during their early gigs. Their next album, Cryptograms (2006), was generally considered to be their real debut and as such things started to get serious for the band. They had moved to fêted Chicago indie, Kranky (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Low, Stars Of The Lid), and the world outside was starting to pay attention.

Then in mid-2008, Deerhunter and Kranky signed a deal with 4AD, allowing them to finally release music outside the US and the band’s next move was to prove epic in more than just musical terms.

Recorded over the course of a week at the Rare Book Studios in Brooklyn, NY, the Can and Wire-inspired Microcastle (2008) was to propel them to further heights. However, the album leaked four months before release, leading the band back to the studio to record Weird Era Cont., an album in its own right added as a bonus disc to make Microcastle a 25-track colossus. Not content with such prolificacy, the band announced a new five track EP, Rainwater Cassette Exchange, in 2009 and that its release would coincide with the band’s extensive European, Japanese and Australian tour in May and June.

Displaying few signs of slowing down, Halcyon Digest, the band’s fourth studio album was released in September 2010. Remaining in their native Georgia to piece together the album, Halcyon Digest took just a few weeks to complete. The recording sessions took place at Chase Park Transduction in Athens with Ben H. Allen helping to co-produce the album, while final track, ‘He Would Have Laughed’, was recorded separately by Bradford Cox at NOTOWN SOUND in Marietta. To announce the release, the band fully embraced the DIY mindset of their New Wave heroes from the 70’s and 80’s with a Cox-designed, cut-and-paste Xeroxed flyer. It’s with these kind of approaches that Deerhunter continue to widen their sphere of influence and impress with each subsequent release.

After a brief hiatus, during which time Bradford Cox and Lockett Pundt released their own albums as Atlas Sound and Lotus Plaza respectively, a new Deerhunter line-up (with additions of bassist Josh Mckay and guitarist Frankie Broyles) reconvened in January 2013 at Rare Book Studio in Brooklyn, New York. Produced by Nicholas Vernhes and Bradford Cox and recorded in the dead of night, Deerhunter’s new longplayer Monomania will be released in May. Monomania finds the group recalling its scrappy punk aesthetic; a perfect nocturnal garage rock album full of the layered and hazy vintage guitar sounds that define them.



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