King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
Many a famous foot has walked the hallowed halls of King Tut's – from Franz Ferdinand to Coldplay to the Breeders – with the names of the most notable of these literally inscribed into its architecture. Hosting local up-and-comers, hotly tipped indie acts and established international bands most nights of the week, it continues its nearly 25-year run as Glasgow's small rock venue of note.
Please note this listing is for the gig venue. To find out more about the bar/restaurant, read our Eating & Drinking Guide review of King Tut's.
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All Them Witches
The psychedelic rock outfit from Nashville, with a tendency to improvise.
Hard-edged rock from Reading.
Frontman of emo pop band Something Corporate in solo guise.
The alternative duo - also known as Lancashire born pals Ben Fletcher and Tom Higham - originally met through rival bands. However, their mutual love of electro-pop convinced them to work together and they have subsequently released five EPs. Catch them as they cast a spell with their dreamy dream-pop songs.
Pop and rock musician and composer from Manchester who has worked with Magazine and Nick Cave.
The acclaimed singer-songwriter plays an alternative brand of country music and southern rock.
Alt-folk and blues by the multi-instrumentalist, known as the bassist in Australian band Tame Impala.
Carl Barât & The Jackals
The former Libertine and member of Dirty Pretty Things heads out with his newest band The Jackals.
Cattle & Cane
Folky indie pop from Teeside.
Standing for Camp Kill Yourself, this metal trio provided the soundtrack to a bunch of skateboarding films and helped kick off the Jackass phenomenon (unsurprising as they feature Bam's brother Jess Margera in the lineup).
Clean Cut Kid
Disjointed. funk-tinged indiepop.
Pop singer-songwriter from Hertfordshire.
The London-based singer-songwriter performs alt-rock with tints of soul.
Former frontman with Brit alt.rockers Reuben.
Folk singer-songwriter from Arkansas.
The 19 year old vocalist from Walsall is making major waves in her burgeoning career, with debut single Blue Lights having been picked up by Drake on his radio show and leading to further support from the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Stormzy, Elf Kid and Skrillex.
King No One
Indie-rock four-piece hailing from York.
Kyla La Grange
Self-penned electropop by this singer-songwriter who hails from Watford.
Anthemic electropop three-piece. With support from Storms.
The singer-songwriter from Liverpool performs his self-penned rock'n'roll compositions.
Reformed Chicago rock quartet fronted by twin brothers Nathan and Matthew Leone who kick-started their band with money they won appearing on The Fear Factor, the crazy cats.
Brighton singer-songwriter in the nu-folk vein.
Folksy blues from the Canadian singer-songwriter.
Indie funk from the Amsterdam-based group.
Pop-rock quintet from the New Forest.
Punk pop quintet from Long Island.
Alt.rock / indie singer-songwriter and former frontman of Mansun.
Indie-rock numbers from the Isle Of Wight-based quintet.
Pulled Apart By Horses
Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.
Leeds indie rockers with mod leanings.
Rose Elinor Dougall
Indie pop from London.
Shortstraw play music from their latest album, Youthless as well as some of their other hits.
Reggae and dub four-piece.
Spear of Destiny
Kirk Brandon's mob head out on their 30th anniversary tour, despite only having one minor hit. Muscles bulge, veins pop, fists are clenched, rabbles are roused.
Psychedelic rock'n'rollers from Liverpool.
The singer-songwriter from Essex and his backing band performs alternative folk.
The veteran singer-songwriter, bassist and activist performs from Only The Now, his first album in 20 years.
Scottish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Old school metal, fronted by the Doncaster-born ex-motorcycle racer, James Toseland.
With their blend of alternative rock giving a nod to the likes of the Killers, U2 and Simple Mind, this five-piece band from Glasgow have been busy making their mark with sing-a-long choruses and soaring Scottish rock.
Reviews & features
King Tut's1 Oct 2008
Fiona McKinlay recaps on why the Wah Wah Hut is consistently voted one of the very best venues in the UK. Whether it’s Razorlight, My Chemical Romance or Manic Street Preachers, practically every band that’s become something in the past eighteen years…