The return of the Argentinian anti-folk troubadour. Diego Billordo's debut Scottish shows last May were rather special so it's good to welcome him back to Glasgow. A gifted entertainer and songwriter, Billordo's shows are energetic and exciting. A review of his last Glasgow show paints a picture of what to expect.
'I genuinely didn’t know what to expect but, like most other audience members, was blown away by the charismatic South American. Armed only with a (semi-)acoustic he gave the most energetic performance you could imagine from a seated man. Very quickly he had the audience eating out of his hand and singing along before finally rising from his seat for the end to the set.'
Dundee band Muppet Mule will be making a rare live appearance. Describing themselves as a 'Sludge HXC trio from Dundee, Scotland' they are loud, rude and fun. Muppet Mule are Alan Cormack (Spare Snare), Barry Gibson (Spare Snare) and Roy Anderson.
Calacas are Graham Kemp (formerly of Urusei Yatsura), alongside Calum McKay (Q without U), Ian Moy (Rags and Feathers) and Neil Raeside (wojtek the bear).
A four-piece, indie-rock band from Glasgow. Influenced by Murray Street, Painful and Grand Prix, the band bury a misguided sense of melody in a garbage can of detuned abrasive guitars and ramshackle tones. Anachronistic skeletal noise.