Hitlist - The best rock, pop, jazz & folk


This article is from 2007.

• Ari-Up She’ll always be best known as the lead singer of seminal grrrrl punks The Slits but now, club night Pretty Ugly welcomes her back witha new band The True Warriors, who will be playing new material plus the songs of The Slits with a heavy roots, dub and funk twist. The Hold (underneath The Admiral Bar) Glasgow, Tue 14 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

• Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival Two-days of family-friendly musical and cultural indulgence with a line-up covering indie, folk, blues, world and everything between. The Magic Numbers, Julian Cope, Amy McDonald, Peatbog Faeries and Tuung are among the highlights. Beauly, Inverness, Fri 10 & Sat 11 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

• Jack Butler, Stopstarts and The Low Miffs August may be a lean old time for touring shows but it means the stages are clear for the juicy morsels from the local scene and this line-up of indie acolytes of varying shades and tones is a prime opportunity to indulge. Barfly, Sat 11 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

• Dead Meadow Washington DC is where tripped out psych rock loons Dead Meadow call home, but in reality they are citizens of outer space. Tune in, wig out. Nice’n’Sleazy, Glasgow, Tue 14 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

• Bill Callahan Arches, Glasgow, Tue 14 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

• Sixpeopleaway, Andi Neate, David Nova and The Sweet Leaves A mix of compelling accoustic sounds with Andi Neate celebrating the launch of her new album Lion Taming for Astronauts. She also has a launch at Edinburgh’ Jazz Bar on 13 Aug. Box, Glasgow, Thu 16 Aug. (Rock & Pop)

This article is from 2007.

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival

This favourite of the Scottish music festival scene is back with, as well as the music, a family-friendly atmosphere, theatre and spoken word events, ceilidhs, arts and crafts workshops and fancy dress. Sister Sledge, Franz Ferdinand and KT Tunstall have been announced for 2017.

Belladrum, Inverness

Thu 3 Aug

Times & prices vary

Fri 4 Aug

Times & prices vary

Sat 5 Aug

Times & prices vary

Bill Callahan

Charismatic Smog mainman Callahan brings his droll songs and calming influence back to an adoring Glasgow.

Hoxton Hall, London N1

Thu 4 May

£29.50 / 020 7684 0060

Fri 5 May

£29.50 / 020 7684 0060

Sat 6 May

£29.50 / 020 7684 0060

Sun 7 May

£29.50 / 020 7684 0060

Dead Meadow

Stoner psych rockers from Washington DC bring the heavy music.

Sixpeopleaway, Andi Neate, David Bova and The Sweet Leaves

Folk/jazz-inflected vocalist Andi Neate joins this bill.

Jack Butler, Selective Service, Mickey 9s and Kobi

Jack Butler are a Stirling band with Bloc Party/Rapture stylings and finger-picked guitars. Part of King Tut's Summer Nights.


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