* Hitlist

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  • 11 November 2006


DJ Shadow (pictured) His considerable rep may outweigh his recorded output but the hope is that this real live hip hop party will showcase his third, The Outsider, like it deserves. Carling Academy, Glasgow, Wed 29 Nov. (Rock & Pop)

The Be Good Tanyas Proving that the older generations don’t have the monopoly on celebrating musical heritage, this Vancouver trio bring the brittle magic of old time country. Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Sat 18 Nov. (Rock & Pop) Read preview

Fiddle 2006 Some of the planet’s finest folk violinists converge on the Capital for a series of recitals, master classes and workshops, exemplifying the brilliance of their craft. Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, Fri 17-Sun 19 Nov. (Folk) Read preview

Scissor Sisters They can get the most inept pair of left feet twitching, and these dates (the latter is in aid of Global Cool and is sold out) will be crammed with sufficient, joyous, pop campery to keep you going for months. SECC, Glasgow, Sun 19 Nov; Barrowland, Glasgow, Mon 20 Nov. (Rock & Pop)

Nina Nastasia Sublime songwriting from this sensational New York-based singer. ABC, Glasgow, Tue 21 Nov. (Rock & Pop)

Tool and Mastodon Proogy joy. SECC, Glasgow, Sat 25 Nov. (Rock & Pop) Read feature

Kling Klang They have come from another world to conquer earth with their hypnotic Kraft-Sabbath electro-prog frippery. Well, it was Liverpool actually, but they’re still mind-blowing live. Classic Grand, Glasgow, Thu 30 Nov. (Rock & Pop) Read the review of their debut album

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