Celebrating the release of our 1st EP at the Old Hairdressers! With support from the lovely Mayor Stubbs, the amazing Two Metre Man and the awesome Peter Cat with his full band!!
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12 years after Tobe Hooper changed the horror landscape with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the Sawyer clan returns! This time with Dennis Hopper’s deranged, vengeance-crazed Texas Ranger on their trail.
A sequel that ups the ante on the original, swapping tension-filled terror with jet-black humour, buckets of gore and a chainsaw duel for the ages! Leatherface, Chop-Top, The Cook and Grandpa vs one plucky radio DJ and a dual-wielding Hopper – what more could you ask for?
Doors open 7pm with a pre-show selection of retro trailers, ads and trashy entertainment, followed by the movie at 7.30pm – Monday the 17th of October at The Old Hairdresser’s.
Free popcorn and sweeties for all.
A night of exciting new heavy rock featuring Chartreuse Addiction as the headliners and 2-piece acts Murdoch & Blu Lipz as support!
Scragfight are a queer DIY punk band from Glasgow, they play loud guitar music and sing songs on the themes of zombies, glamour horses and woman getting the jail. Amongst other events scragfight have played at bedroom birthday bashes, Ladyfest Berlin and variety shows in the basement bars of Krakow. Scragfight have enjoyed a lengthy hiatus but are back for one night to turn their amps and distortion peddles up to 11.
Quotes: “one big moshpit of jump-about anarcha-feminist fun”“wonky rockabilly licks and some utterly ridiculous – and therefore, brilliant – distortion”
TV Moms is a loud, grungy, guitar-drums, guy-guy rocknroll two-piece band. Ok, not all the songs are loud. There’s some singing in there, but not vocal gymnastics. Bummer rock is a thing? But a little more sarcastic. Riff-based guitar stuff that is really fun to play, even if you don’t play guitar that much. And Dave plays drums. He broke a stick a couple times.
PETER CAT (GLA, SOLO)
THEO SAYERS (CAMBS)
& a short set about love and trolleys by PETER CAT & FRASER MACCALLUM (MILNGAVIE)
Leftfield pop promoters THIS IS THE ONE THING WE DIDN’T WANT TO HAPPEN persist in their Sisyphean mission to bring the weirdest, wonkiest pop acts from across the country together and stick them in a room together just to see what happens. For this simply delectable instalment, we are joined by:
A solo outing for Glasgow’s suavest coat stand, who has recently discovered that everything looks better in velvet and sounds better in the minor seventh. Fresh off his EP ‘The Magus’, singles from which received steady airplay on BBC Scotland, 6Music and Amazing Radio, Peter Cat will be road-testing a selection of new material from forthcoming records in addition to some old favourites, ahead of a UK tour in October.
“A jaunty trip through the familiarly twinned emotions of admiration and envy…sung at such a speed and with hardly a pause for breath that’s reminiscent of early Scott Walker” – The Morning Star
“Irreverent and smart pop music in the mold of Neil Hannon, Jarvis Cocker, Luke Haines and a sprinkling of Scott Walker…Peter Cat casts a wry eye over the world, and is moved to make music to match” – Scots Whay Hae!
Whether waxing lyrical on the woes of a runny nose, setting angry emails to music or giving a poignant tribute to a long forgotten quarryman, Theo Sayers has been charming audiences with his off-beat, rollicking songs since 2018. Taking from a dizzyingly diverse array of influences (post-punk, indie, synth pop, disco), Sayers’ groove-heavy, cheerful sound rarely fails to set venues alight. His love of wordplay and distinctive vocal delivery has earned him comparisons with the likes of Ian Dury, David Byrne and The Streets. Living in his hometown of Cambridge, his self-released Ado Perma EP was followed by several acclaimed music videos. His debut album Ramen For Two is set for release Autumn 2022.
A SHORT SET ABOUT LOVE AND TROLLEYS BY PETER CAT & FRASER MACCALLUM
Songs from an upcoming collaboration from Glasgow’s Peter Cat and Fraser MacCallum from the Kingdom of Milngavie. Gitanes smoulder in darkened rooms and the Seine is turbulent…there are mysteries beneath…let us guide you to them.
Kevin P. Gilday presents a night of anxious art to celebrate the release of Anxiety Music.
Headlined by a set of work from the new collection, Kevin has also curated a bill of very special guests including Iona Lee, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd and Becci Wallace.
After beginning his career in his home country of Ireland, Colum Tyrrell moved to New York City and quickly became one of the fastest rising comics in the scene. He is a regular at The Stand Comedy Club, The Comedy Cellar and Stand Up New York. A staple of the New York Comedy Podcast scene he can be heard on The Legion of Skanks, You Know What Dude, Are You Garbage? and Matt and Shane’s Secret Podcast. He launched The Colum Tyrrell Podcast in 2021 which is growing to be one of the more popular shows in New York. Catch him now before he blows up and becomes a household name.
The Obscure Tour debuts at The Old Hairdresser’s. A varied showcase of hidden gems from Scotland’s underground music scene. Come along !