(some stuff) what is happening in Glasgow this summer

In other news, In Posterface records have not yet arrived. Sleeves and bonus CD are printed and ready to go. We just need them to arrive. More on this VERY SOON WE HOPE :-) Apologies to those who've emailed and for any confusion caused to others.

winning sperm party also host a special affair at the Flying Duck in Glasgow on Saturday 31st August with great full rocking bands Etai Keshiki (Leeds), Amorous Dialogues (Sheffield), World Peace, Smack Wizards, Rungs and Black Cop. More info here.

winning sperm party will be making gigs happen spontaneously in untapped zones for Music is the Music Language festival going on 6th, 7th, 8th September. Friday we got Noma and Kenny Love; then Saturday there's Orzelda, The Yawns and all new Spinning Coin. More details, including an excellent 'pay what ya wanna (all moneys towards the non-profiteering of the festival)' compilation of the lineup, here.

On Saturday 14th September The Downs play their last show at The Old Hairdressers.

More great video moments, along with good solid information, to share with you all soon...

friday night 'in posterface' record release party at the CCA!

in posterface more life screenprints

launch event this friday taking place in our city's finest Centre for Contemporary Art on Sauchiehall Street. it starts about 8 so you just come down around then and see it all. take pleasure from the live music of Flaccid Haus, Dick 50, Magic Eye and spun tunes by DJ Fielding Hope. In Posterface will follow with a special performance marking the release of their More Life/You Vomit Blood single.

Purchase a record. we're selling it cheap as we can and it comes in a screen-printed cover with a full CD album of stomping In Posterface tracks.

The record was made to tape by Emily and Stu in Green Door Studio, Glasgow.

what do people say?

From a musical standpoint, this record is repugnant, it’s hard to listen to comfortably

Chris McCrory, Rave Child [full article]

a turbulent descent into a bricolage of noise, faulty electronics, and the occasional prime-time radio synth-hook

J Beige, Tiny Little Mix Tapes [full article]

Both foreign and familiar in many different ways, there is a lot to enjoy from this debut single.

Alastair Chivers, Dirty Beard Monthly [full article]

Whether I like it or not in this particular instance would be irrelevant

Andy McGarry, Pet Piranha [full article]

thanks for coming to the walled garden

thanks to all who came down to the Walled Garden gig last sunday. It was a great time. Here's some clips for those who couldn't make it down. More contributions to the free space open gig movement to come from the party this summer... please keep an eye on this blog or join the mailing list down the bottom right of this page.

more great footage and pics here, thanks hillary!


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