Fri 5th Feb, Lost Map & TYCI Presents, Tuff Love Album Launch + Bossy Love + Frances McKee Wednesday 27 January

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We are beyond psyched to be teaming up with Lost Map to bring you Tuff Love’s album launch in 2016!

The duo’s debut album Resort will be released on CD, LP and through all digital channels on January 29, 2016 and will be available to pre-order from the beginning of next year. If you’d like a wee taster before that, there’s a snappy new track taken from Resort and Dregs called ‘Crocodile’ available to stream here right now –

The launch takes place Friday 5th February at Glasgow’s Stereo Cafe Bar.

We are also delighted to welcome the bodacious Bossy Love who will be bringing their dance anthems to Stereo.

Frances McKee (The Vaselines) will be joining us! This legend of a lady will be opening the party.

We will have a charity raffle in aid of Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice as chosen by Tuff Love. You can read more about them here –

We will also be collecting for Glasgow Women’s Aid. Items we are accepting are shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, sanitary products and any unwanted Xmas toiletry sets! Collections will take place at the TYCI table downstairs. For more info on Glasgow Women’s Aid, please visit –

To top it all off we will be having an afterparty upstairs in Stereo’s bar with TYCI and DJ Sycophantasy (PVC) till the early hours.

Gig (+14) Aftershow (+18)

Event page:

Dice: #nobookingfees

Music Glue:–stereo/

Poster by Robin Einsberg.

This Sat! WestGAP fundraiser with THE OPPRESSED with JOCK SPARRA and Random Scandal plus supports Monday 18 January


Tickets available in person at the WestGAP office Tuesdays and Fridays Also from tickets Scotland plus booking fee or via New Hellfire Club Glasgow with no booking fee. Get in there quickly folks dont leave it till the last minute.

£15 waged £13 unwaged or WestGAP member.

WestGAP Fundraiser featuring The Oppressed + Jock Sparra + Random Scandal + The Fore Cups

Aftershow party from 10.30pm till late with DJ set from Miss Laura Elite and the Mixed Up Vinyl Club spinning the best street sounds.

WestGAP is an anti-poverty community group run by and for people in Glasgow who have first hand experience of living in poverty. Since 1997 we’ve been providing a free, independent and confidential advice service focusing on welfare rights, as well as providing support with housing problems, fuel poverty, homelessness and a broad range of other issues. We are totally independent, are not funded by government, and are not part of any political party or organisation. Our service is open to all and completely free.

WestGAP is run entirely by volunteers, and we depend on donations to keep our doors open. At a time when the rights of the most vulnerable residents of our city are being eroded, it’s essential that community advice services continue to exist, to support claimants in defending themselves against ill-considered policies and unfair decisions. All proceeds from this show will go directly to WestGAP, and will support the organisation’s basic running costs: rent, utilities, photocopying, stamps.

You can also become a member via the website, and get the tickets cheaper :-)

Friday 15th Jan! NKISI (NON RECORDS) with support from 100% Positive Feedback, JXN XOXO & Sycophantasy Monday 11 January

Friday 15th Jan!  NKISI (NON RECORDS) with support from 100% Positive Feedback, JXN XOXO & Sycophantasy


London based producer and DJ is one of the co founders of record label NON,a collective of African artists and of the diaspora, using sound as their primary media, to articulate the visible and invisible structures that create binaries in society, and in turn distribute power

Nkisi’s style is excitingly unique incorporating sounds from gabber, African club tracks, doomcore and more, consistently pushing boundaries and reshaping club narrartives.

With support from 100% Positive Feedback, JXN XOXO & Sycophantasy

This Sat! FUZZKILL presents: Catholic Action, The Bellybuttons, Sweaty Palms / 14+ Thursday 10 December

It’s been a good year so the good peeps at Fuzzkill are throwing a party come celebrate with Catholic Action, The Bellybuttons and Sweaty Palms, with guest DJ Paul Thomson (Franz Ferdinand) spinning records in the Old Hairdressers bar afterwards! (afterparty is 18+!)


£4 advance or £6 otd

Safer Spaces Policy Monday 30 November

HEY THERE! Stereo has always prided itself on being an open-minded and friendly venue and as such we’ve never tolerated any sort of discrimination or harassment. We want to make sure those good vibes continue so we’re instating a Safe Space Policy. The policy will be on display in the venue and is also posted below.

Our space is a non-judgmental environment.

No Homophobia, transphobia, ageism, racism, ableism, sexism, xenophobia or prejudice based on ethnicity, nationality, class, gender presentation, language ability, asylum status or religious affiliation.

Respect other people’s spaces both mental and physical.

Respect the right to challenge behaviour which makes people feel uncomfortable in the space and do not make others uncomfortable.

Do not heckle performers, DJs or staff.

Have awareness that some people may find your questions offensive. If in doubt do not approach individuals.

If have any issues on the night please contact security or staff and we can work together to resolve the situation

If anyone has any questions reagrding this, please get in touch!

This Friday ~ ~ Hullabaloo 1st Birthday ~ ~ 11-3am Wednesday 11 November


What a year. We’ve met so many amazing people and made pals for life through putting on this stupid, crass, fun, and wonderful club night. We’ve sweated blood, tears and far far too many chemicals so its only fitting we ask you to come join us on the 13th of November to celebrate Hullabaloo’s 1st Birthday. There will be cake, police horses, balloons filled with confetti (Hullabaloons, if you will) and residents, Dom + Butsay playing all night long.


7th Dec – PCL presents… jennylee (warpaint) Friday 23 October


tickets on sale here.

Warpaint’s Jennylee announces her debut album, “right on!” due for release on December 11, 2015. Jennylee will be touring the UK to promote the album and stops off in Glasgow on Monday 7 December at Glasgow Stereo.

Mon 7th Sept – Stereo presents: CUZ (Mike Watt & Sam Dook) + sumshapes + Howie Reeve + Breakfast Muff Wednesday 19 August

On Mon 7th Sept Stereo proudly presents the first ever Glasgow live outing from CUZ  feat. MIKE WATT (Minutemen / Stooges / Firehose), and SAM DOOK (The Go! Team) plus special guests sumshapes + Howie Reeve + Breakfast Muff. YEAH! Tickets from Monorail Music, Tickets Scotland and



About CUZ –

Mike Watt and Sam Dook take their creative partnership on the road for the first time since they met, in Australia in 2006, when both The Stooges and The Go! Team were playing at The Big Day Out festival. What started as a tour diary style exchange turned into the sharing of home-recorded demos, resulting in their debut album ‘Tamatebako’.

The Mike Watt / Sam Dook collaboration elicits a double take from most people. Their contrasting styles have resulted in a well crafted and unusual mix of experimental rock, psyche folk and beat poetry.

Weaving eclectic influence- from Japanese folklore (the ‘tamatebako’ is a Pandora-style box featured in the ‘Urashima Tarō’ legend), through ancient British landmarks, to personal loss- into a heady mix of whisky-gnarl, motoric riff, thrift-store percussion and toy synth, the effect is a tight, groovy, ever-elusive, outsider pop. Vocals come from both Watt and Dook, often within the same song, representing an unlikely pairing of throaty drawl and choir-boy purity that works magnificently.

A ltd edition 7” vinyl will be available to buy on the tour: The Lighthouse Keeper b/w Bad Veronica, which is a poem performed by beat writer Charley Plymell.

This Sat 8th Aug ~ ~ PUSH IT 1st BIRTHDAY PARTY!!!! ~ ~ 11-3am Tuesday 4 August

Go Push It, it’s our birthday, we’re gonna party like it’s our birthday!

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That’s right, this August it’s our B’day!! Push It is one year old and we want you to party with us cos you’re all dope girls, you’re flawless, you’re the poster girls for all this! so get your nails done
Get a pedicure, get your hair did, cos we’re gonna get it crunk, & we gonna’ have fun up on in this dancery!!!

we’re going all out for our B’day special so expect party games, birthday presents +MORE!!

we’ll be taking a trip down memory lane and re-visiting some of our favourite themes- divas, pop princesses + our infamous vday special- so listen out for your faves!

can’t wait to celebrate 1 year of fun, dancing + celebrating all the independent women wit u!!

stereo//£3 all niteeeee


Thur 30th July: Stereo presents… JOHN MORAN – Etudes: Amsterdam (Scottish premiere) Monday 20 July

Stereo is DELIGHTED to be bringing John Moran to Glasgow, to perform his latest solo music/theater work – Etudes: Amsterdam. This solo work was commissioned (2011) by Amsterdam Fringe and Mayfest, Bristol. It won the title BEST OF FRINGE at Spoleto Fringe (Italy) and Amsterdam Fringe (Netherlands), and has since been performed across Germany, Poland, Netherlands, Italy and UK.


Originally this Scottish debut of *Amsterdam* was going to be a co-production between The Arches and Stereo. In fact it was in The Arches that we first saw John Moran’s incredible composition/choreography/lip-syncing/achingly explicit self-narrative/social commentary. As it stands we’re going to be flying solo without the funding and in-kind contributions from The Arches, after the venue was forced into administration by Glasgow City Council licensing board back in June.
Don’t miss this rare chance to see John do his thing.

And big love from Stereo to all at The Arches past present and future xox#savethearches

Thur 30th July


Or on the door…


More on John Moran:

American composer / performer John Moran, has been called the ‘protege of Philip Glass’, having been discovered by Glass at a young age. In 2003, Glass was quoted as saying, “I am convinced that there is no more important composer working today, than John Moran.” His works of musictheater have featured performers such as Allen Ginsberg, Iggy Pop, Uma Thurman and Julia Stiles, receiving numerous awards internationally. The Boston Globe has written, “Moran is a modern-day Mozart.” Having been known as a leading figure in New York theater in the 1990’s, Moran then developed a new, and very simplified style of presenting theater, and began touring internationally under the name ‘John Moran…and his neighbor, Saori’ – with Japanese dancer, Saori Tsukada. Before the artist relocated to Europe and Asia, in 2008, The New York Times called these performances, “One of the most important and innovative artistic collaborations of New York City.”, and TimeOut Magazine wrote, “With a one-hour show, Moran has reaffirmed his reputation as one of the most important (and underrated) figures in the avant-garde.”

This solo work was commissioned (2011) by Amsterdam Fringe and Mayfest, Bristol. It won the title BEST OF FRINGE at Spoleto Fringe (Italy) and Amsterdam Fringe (Netherlands), and has since been performed across Germany, Poland, Netherlands, Italy and UK.