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Marble Valley (feat. Steve West from Pavement)

Nice 'n' Sleazy (Tuesday 26th January)

Apologies to all for the rather obvious Pavement reference, but how could we not



Burnt Island / The Starlets / Rick Redbeard (Phantom Band) / Autistic Angus

Captain's Rest, Glasgow (Thursday 26th November)

Is This Music? presents the launch show for Burnt Island’s debut single ‘The Moments Before’, which is released on Dead Light Records on November 30.



Tickley Feather / Calacas / Animals & War + Cheer

V Club, Glasgow (Monday 16th November)

In conjunction with Cry Parrot, itm? presents a four-band lineup including a headliner from the legendary Paw Tracks stable



Efterklang

Glasgow Oran Mor (Friday 30th October)

Lauded Danish act Efterklang are due in Glasgow on 30th October and are a live force to be reckoned with.



Persil / Cruiser

The Greenside, Leslie (Saturday 24th October)

Something of a treat and a double bill we can heartily recommend to you – Dutch masters Persil are making a rare and welcome visit to the UK and take in the outer reaches of the Kingdom of Fife



The Phenomenal Handclap Band / The Declining Winter / Second Hand Marching Band / Burnt Island

Glasgow Captain's Rest. (Friday September 18th)

After a short hiatus, is this music?’s live arm welcomes New York’s remarkable multi-faceted musical collective, The Phenomenal Hand Clap Band.



How To Swim / Jesus H Foxx /Bobby King

Glasgow 13th Note (Thursday 18th June)

How to Swim are a ten piece pop band from Glasgow, Scotland.



Tigerfest lineup

Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Aberdeen (May 2009)

Tigerfest is pleased to announce its 2009 lineup for May 2009. As ever it’s a top-class band roster, combining the best in Scottish acts plus a few performers coming north especially for the occasion. Among the acts lined up for Tigerfest 2009 are James Yorkston, Aberfeldy, King Creosote, Alistair Roberts, Amusement Parks on Fire, Lord […]



Grey Daturas / Tacoma Narrows Bridge / Calacas

Glasgow 13th Note (Wed 22nd April)

This month, we’re proud to present our first ever Australian guests in the form of Melbourne’s Grey Daturas with support from Tacoma Narrows Bridge and Calacas



How To Swim / Audrey Sings Nico / Andrea Marini

Glasgow Captain's Rest (Thursday 26th March)

Second show of the month and an eclectic lineup.