November Highlights with Skiddle

As the temperatures drop outside, things are heating up inside – to help you know what's what across Scotland, Skiddle have all your gigging and clubbing needs for November in the bag

Advertorial by The Skinny | 01 Nov 2018
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Shred Kelly @ Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Glasgow, 3 Nov

Hailing from Fernie, British Columbia, the excellently named Shred Kelly are currently out on the road in the UK in celebration of their fourth album, Archipelago, released just last month via DevilDuck Records. Their folk-tinged, banjo-fuelled singalong anthems and high energy live performances are sure to delight the Nice N Sleazy crowd; a great way to kick off November. Tickets £8

Blancmange @ The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, 8 Nov;  Òran Mór, Glasgow, 9 Nov

"Probably the most underrated electronic act of all time," says Porcelain creator Moby of London-based synth-pop act Blancmange. Prolific in the 80s, the duo broke up in 1986 going on to reform in 2011 when they released their fourth album, Blanc Burn. Blancmange is now the moniker of solo artist Neil Arthur, and he’s out on the road this month to celebrate latest album Wanderlust, released on 19 October. Catch Blancmange in all his synth-pop, 80s electro wonder in Edinburgh and Glasgow this month. Tickets £19.50

Nightvision presents Deadmau5 @ Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, 15 Nov

Joel Thomas Zimmerman, better known as Deadmau5 needs very little introduction, but here goes anyway: he’s the Canadian electronic producer and DJ that wears the massively oversized mouse head when he plays. Yeah, him. Anyways, he’s back in Scotland this month (for the first time in ages we might add) and he’s bringing an audio-visual feast for your eyes and ears to Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange for another massive Nightvision party. Tickets £28.95

Hannah Wants @ SWG3, Glasgow, 16 Nov; The Liquid Room, Edinburgh, 17 Nov

Hannah Alicia Smith, aka Hannah Wants, is one of the fastest rising talents on the UK bass music scene right now. With a loyal Scottish following, she finds herself with not one show this month, but two as she plays SWG3 in Glasgow on 16 November followed by an extended set at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room the following night for tireless promoters, Nightvision. Tickets £20-24.50

We Were Promised Jetpacks @ The Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh, 17 Nov

In September, Edinburgh four-piece We Were Promised Jetpacks released their fourth album, The More I Sleep the Less I Dream. Tonight, a year on almost to the day since they played two back-to-back shows airing new material at Sneaky Pete’s, they’re back in the capital for an EH6 festival (Leith Theatre, Thomas Morton Hall and Old Dr Bells Baths, Leith, 23-25 Nov) warm-up show in the pretty unique surroundings of The Biscuit Factory in Bonnington. Tickets £10-15

Erol Alkan (To the Rhythm): All Night Long @ Sub Club, Glasgow, 23 Nov

London-based producer, DJ and Phantasy label boss Erol Alkan returns to Sub Club this month for four hours of uninterrupted bangers as he goes all night long. With a plethora of re-edits and reworks under his belt, including Mylo’s Drop the Pressure, Hot Chip’s Boy From School, Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Zero and more, Alkan is famed for his effortlessly seamless sets where he mixes indie, rock, techno and more together. Tickets £12

Let It Bleed presents Krystal Klear @ Unit 51, Aberdeen, 24 Nov

Having just played Nightvision’s stupendous Terminal V Halloween party at the end of October at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, Irish producer and DJ Dec Lennon, aka Krystal Klear, is already back on Scottish soil and ready to rip it up at Let It Bleed’s massive November party at multi-purpose events space Unit 51. Support for this one comes from Mithchellman and Milo. Tickets £12-15

Malcolm Middleton @ The Tunnels, Aberdeen, 29 Nov

One half of Arab Strap alongside Aidan Moffat, Malcolm Middleton is out on the road this month to celebrate the release of his brand new solo record, Bananas, stopping in at Aberdeen’s The Tunnels. Recorded at Chem19 in Glasgow, Bananas features backing vocals from Jenny Reeve (BDY_PRTS, Strike the Colours), King Creosote and Dan Willson (Withered Hand). Tickets £14


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