September Highlights with Skiddle

As September meets its mid-point, Skiddle have your gigging and clubbing highlights across Scotland sorted for the rest of the month

Advertorial by The Skinny | 14 Sep 2018
  • Ross from Friends supporting Little Dragon live at St Luke's, Glasgow
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Rascalton @ The Tunnels, Aberdeen, 15 Sep

Glasgow four-piece Rascalton have had quite the 2018 so far. They've had a wildly busy touring schedule, support slots with the likes of IDLES, and a knock-out performance at Edinburgh's Wide Days showcase back in April, which saw not a single sole stood still during their Libertines-indebted set. Catch them tonight in Aberdeen before they head down south for a string of dates across England and Wales. Tickets £8

Nightvision presents Ross From Friends (live) @ The Liquid Room, Edinburgh, 15 Sep

No, David Schwimmer isn't reprising his bad at making music Ross Geller role from that episode of Friends. No no no, this is much better! Actually talented at music, Ross From Friends, aka Felix Clary Weatherall, recently released his debut album Family Portrait via the Flying Lotus-founded label Brainfeeder, and he's playing a live set tonight for tireless promoters Nightvision at The Liquid Room. Tickets £14

Pleasure presents Big Miz (Dixon Basement Avenue Jams) @ Caberet Voltaire, Edinburgh, 15 Sep

Weekly house and techno night Pleasure have a total banger lined up tonight with Dixon Avenue Basement Jams' Big Miz playing all night long in the main room. But the party doesn't stop there. Taking over the Cafe upstairs is Jonny Herd (Lo.pass) and in the Boudoir you can find Hector's House DJ Luke Anderson. Student deals abound. Tickets £8

This Feeling @ Broadcast, Glasgow, 21 Sep; Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh, 22 Sep

As The Black Eyed Peas once sang; 'I've got a feeling / That tonight's gonna be a good night,' and in the case of This Feeling and their two nights back to back in Glasgow and Edinburgh, we've got a feeling that both nights are gonna be good nights... bit clunky there, but you get the jist. Promoters This Feeling are slowly but surely taking over the UK with their indie-rock parties and Voodoos headline their Glasgow and Edinburgh outings this week, with support from The Good Arms, Bad Hombres and Slouch in Glasgow and Whitehill Grove, Primes and Nana White Pepper in Edinburgh. Glasgow Tickets £6; Edinburgh Tickets £6

Skream @ SWG3, Glasgow, 23 Sep; Unit 51, Aberdeen, 29 Sep

Celebrate the Glasgow September weekend in style at SWG3 on 23 September with the mighty Skream who, thanks to Sub Club, is in town as part of his back-to-basics Open to Close tour. With no extravagant production and the focus firmly back on the music, expect a night of pure unadulterated clubbing as it should be. Catch Skream again the following weekend (29 Sep) in Aberdeen as his Open to Close tour rumbles on. Glasgow Tickets £15; Aberdeen Tickets £20

Musicians Against Homelessness @ Behind the Wall, Falkirk, 27 Sep

Launched with the support of Creation Records co-founder Alan McGee in 2016, Musicians Against Homelessness aims to support homeless charities Crisis and Simon Community NI while providing gig opportunites for up-and-coming bands and artists. Tonight's event takes place at Falkirk's Behind the Wall with live music from Real Life Entertainment, Pleasure Heads, Moonsoup and Shoals. Tickets £5

Alabama 3 @ Kilmarnock Grand Hall, Kilmarnock, 27 Sep; La Belle Angele, Edinburgh, 30 Sep

London's Alabama 3 are now well into their third decade of music and are still going strong, with their latest studio album Blues just released in 2016. Perhaps best known as the band behind hit TV show The Sopranos' theme song Woke Up This Morning, the Brixton band are truly unique as they effortlessly fuse together elements of acid house with country, blues, gospel, electronica and more. Kilmarnock Tickets £20; Edinburgh Tickets £20

Kölsch @ SWG3, Glasgow, 28 Sep

Danish native Rune Reilly Kölsch has been regularly releasing music via Kompakt since he started putting out records, with his three studio albums all coming out on the Cologne-based label, the latest of which – 1989 – was released just last year. Catch Kölsch at SWG3 tonight with a little help from Edinburgh lad Theo KottisTickets £19-21


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