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The Pastels curate A Weekend Abroad: Saturday October 24

SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER THE PASTELS WITH BIRDIE, SPINNING COIN, NORMAL LOVE, PAUL KELLY FILMS ‘We always wanted to make music sound like it was being played for the first time, like it was new to us.  We never over-practiced or anything, we just were.’ Two years on from their late period Slow Summits triumph, The…

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October 15, 2015

Spinning Coin: A Weekend Abroad Saturday October 24

Back in July when Glasgow Music City Tours launched at the Merchant City Festival, we ended each tour with a set from a local band at Mono. We were really pleased when Spinning Coin agreed to perform, although they must have wondered what on earth they’d committed to. Probably slightly bewildered they played on and…

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October 14, 2015

Monorail & Saramago Present A Weekend Abroad: Friday 23 & Sat 24 October

On Friday 23 October Monorail Music in partnership with Saramago will curate a weekend of some of their favourite music and film at the CCA in Glasgow.  Across this week we’ll be taking a look at the artists taking part in what promises to be a joyous celebration of independent and free-thinking pop music. Tickets are available here. Facebook event page Contact: [email protected]

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October 11, 2015

This Friday our third Merchant City gig is BREAKAST MUFF

Today we finish off our second walking tour with a set from Spinning Coin at Mono at around 4.15pm. Friday’s set will be from the very lively Breakfast Muff — they like pizza, writing songs and dancing, and are “like Hole but funnier”. ravechild said Breakfast Muff’s record The Feels is “like 80’s New York alternative indie punk mixed with sugar sweet…

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July 30, 2015

Our second Merchant City Festival gig is SPINNING COIN

Our second Merchant City Festival tour is on Thursday 30th July at 2pm. Starting off at the Old Fruitmarket, we take a walk through the musical past and present of the Merchant City and East End. From the dung-flinging audiences of the Panopticon to the Barrowland’s more romantic stories, the tours bring some of Glasgow’s most famous venues to…

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July 28, 2015

Great gigs at our Merchant City Festival tours

Less than a week to go until our Merchant City Festival tours begin and we are very excited. Starting off at the Old Fruitmarket, the four tours are a two hour swing through the musical past and present of the Merchant City and East End. From the dung-flinging audiences of the Panopticon to the Barrowland’s more romantic stories, the tours bring…

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July 20, 2015

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