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First Listen : Mogwai - We're Not Done (End Title)

First Listen is the part of Musos' Guide where we tempt you in with lesser played tracks from the recent past or this very minute. Enjoy.


Live Dates:-

Thu Jun 21 Meltdown Festival - Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
Sat Jun 23 Traumzeit Festival, Duisburg, GERMANY
Sat Jul 7 Roskilde Festival, DENMARK
Sun Jul 8 Alter Schlachthof, Dresden, GERMANY
Mon Jul 9 Sexto N’Plugged, Sesto Al Reghena, ITALY
Tue Jul 10 Cavea, Rome, ITALY
Wed Jul 11 Castello Visconteo, Pavia, ITALY
Fri Jul 13 Dour Festival, BELGIUM
Sat Jul 14 Latitude Festival, Southwold, UK
Sun Jul 15 Cactus Festival, Brugge, BELGIUM
Fri Jul 20 Les Vieilles Charrues Festival, Carhaix, FRANCE
Fri Jul 27 Artmania Festival, Sibiu, ROMANIA
Fri Aug 3 All Together Now Festival, Waterford, IRELAND

Sat Aug 18 Pstereo, Trondheim, NORWAY
Wed 22 Aug EIF-Leith Theatre, Edinburgh, UK

Thu 23 Aug EIF-Leith Theatre, Edinburgh, UK


Edinburgh International Festival Finalises Contemporary Music Line-up

  • Published in Live

As mentioned in our initial news piece covering the Edinburgh International Festival programme launch the contemporary music element was only to be finalised on May 02. As that was yesterday the full line-up is now available.

Joining the already publicised John Grant & St. Vincent shows in the city during August the Edinburgh Gin Seaside-sponsored Light On The Shore performances will feature shows from homegrown talent in the shape of Mogwai, The Vaselines, The Jesus And Mary Chain, King Creosote, Django Django, C. Duncan, Karine Polwart, Honeyblood, Spinning Coin, Happy Meals, Fire Engines, The Pastels, Sacred Paws, The Van Ts and Bossy Love

Guest curators Neu! Reekie! play host to Lydia Lunch and Michael Rother, along with poet Linton Kwesi Johnson whilst electronic-folk pioneers Lau oversee a home and away list of performers in their Lau-Land presentation - Joan As Police Woman, Egyptian electronica artist Nadah El Shazly, folk singer Alasdair Roberts, the psychedelic sound of James Holden, the traditional pipes of Rona Lightfoot and Brighde Chaimbuel, chamber-folk quartet RANT, acapella traditional singers Landless and the Whitburn Band.

Performances will take place across 14 nights at the Leith Theatre, which is re-emerging after 30 years of neglect thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Leith Theatre Trust and Hidden Door festival. As well as Edinburgh Gin Seaside the programme of events is supported by the Scottish Government’s Festivals Expo Fund, Leith-based technical partners Black Light and The Warehouse, and in association with the National Museum of Scotland’s exhibition Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop.

Tickets and further information for all performances can be found here from 10:00 on 04/5/18.

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