Sunday 27th May - SUPERCHUNK at Stereo!
Hate so graceless and so cavalier / We don’t just disappear / Shifting shapes you’re just an auctioneer / But we’re still here... Doors 7pm. Tickets: https://bit.ly/2rPP90c
It's time for Stereo to put it's grown up pants on cos' we're turning 10! Ten years of fun, frolics and.....fck ups but hey, we're here we've made it through the storm and we want to celebrate with you. To mark us making it to a decade we've enlisted a part bag of Glasgow's finest bands, DJs and performers.
BANDS: Happy Meals, Kelora, Tarantula + more tbc DJs: HARDPHANTASY PRESENTS: Clubland Clasixxx (Hardshake & Sycophantasy), Vatsu & Plantainnchips, Pipe dreams (Boosterhooch & Rosehips), Junglehussi & Francesca Stride (Ride) + more tbc PERFORMANCE: Ratty Bye Bye, Sgàire Wood, GAY BOYS, King Biff
The upper part of the venue is fully accessible however the basement is currently not. If you have any questions regarding accessibility please get in touch.
The venue works hard to keep everyone safe and comfortable in the space if you have any issues or face any harassment in the venue please speak to a steward or organiser who will deal with it as quickly as they can.
Jesse says - "This is the only time I get tae Perform wi' Bernie Worrell.....and it's the only time I get tae Funk it wi' You " Tickets: https://bit.ly/2GhmASJ
A Certain Ratio - Jez Kerr, Donald Johnson, Martin Moscrop, Denise Johnson, Tony Quigley and Liam Mullan - return to Glasgow to coincide with their new reissue series on Mute.
ACR supports Artists Against Hunger – a campaign by Action Against Hunger. The band will be donating £1 from each ticket sold for all ACR gigs in 2018. They are also inviting fans to help by donating at http://againsthunger.uk/acr Action Against Hunger - working in 50 countries to eradicate malnutrition in children in instances of crisis: war, famine, natural disasters.
COMMON PEOPLE is BACK for NYE! For one night only we will be taking over Stereo and ringing in the New Year with all your 90s' favourites. Britpop and indie downstairs and anything 90s' will be upstairs. Advanced tickets are £5 and £6 on the door on the night. Buy early to avoid any disappointment! Tkts: http://bit.ly/2zkIDTC
END OV DAYZ end ov year party timez +++++++++++++++ 730pm, £5 OTD. Come one come all! xo
VIDIV: No Artefacts. Just Noise. Feat members of Stretchheads / Desalvo / Aereogramme Algernon Cornelius: “emotionally-infused”, “drugged-out and unsettling” beat-tapes... Tony Yap: Experimental Hiphop Stylings Pefkin: Pefkin is the alter ego of Gayle Brogan... https://www.facebook.com/events/178491896040588/
Reconfigured Rhythms is an evening inspired by the music documentary Fonko. The evening will comprise of a free (and ticketed) screening of Fonko, and will be followed by a club night inspired by the film, soundtracked by the diverse sounds of Africa past and present, with DJ sets from Abayomi Folahan and Sarra Wild (OH141). Tickets for the club night cost £5 and can be purchased on the Africa in Motion website. Tickets for the club night will also be available on the door. More info below...
Merging urban club sounds with traditional African music, Fonko tells stories of Africa as heard from some of the most innovative musicians on the continent. With a voiceover by Nigerian icon Fela Kuti, Fonko explores the dual influence politics and music can have on each other and how contemporary African musicians are drawing on history to influence the future. Featuring interviews with musicians such as Nneka and Sister Fa, Fonko is a stimulating look at the deeply intertwined relationship between musical expression and politics and how music can be used as a weapon to reclaim power.
We're delighted to welcome HIRO KONE to Stereo soon after the release of "Love is the Capital" on Geographic North. Hiro travels to Glasgow to present her immersive, visceral techno soundscapes and will be joined by Glasgow's fave stoppers of time THE MODERN INSTITUTE - new vinyl out now on Night School Recs. https://night-school.bandcamp.com/album/the-modern-institute
Stereo Thursday 19th October £5 advance 7.30pm
We're pure psyched to welcome back MOMUS to Stereo, for a rare Glasgow show. He will be joined by flan-in-the-face jazz prodigies, Banana Oil. Tickets available at Monorail Music, Tickets Scotland and http://bit.ly/2wLjtuj
We're 1000% excited to welcome Nite Jewel (Gloriette) back to Stereo to play songs off this year's Real High, alongside amazing peeps Apostille and Cucina Povera. Tickets: http://bit.ly/2uoEhK4 or from Monorail and Tickets Scotland.
Online discount price until 5pm 28th August // £10 on the door // Free to those seeking asylum. Tkts: http://bit.ly/2icyqSA
A night of live music from Sibusile Xaba and Thabang Tabane, an explosive collaboration between two trailblazers of South Africa's avant-garde.
They will be accompanied by Afro-Beat DJ sets from Glasgow's Sarra Wild (OH141), Ashanti and GK Machine.
This is the first collaboration between Mushroom Hour Half Hour and Artists' Julia Scott and Mele Broomes, exchanging new ways to collaborate between Scotland and South African based artists.
Mushroom Hour Half Hour is an experimental music imprint from Johannesburg, South Africa (www.mushroomhour.com). They move around with a mobile studio producing recordings with musicians that would not ordinarily play together - musicians from different generations, countries, traditions and musical styles - to form unique, once-off collaborations.