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Went to see Run The Jewels at the Barras, it was absolutely fucking brilliant. There was a big "f**k the Queen" bit and I'm right up for a bit of civil unrest and smashing the system. Probably needs to be tonight though because I expect I'm going to be very hungover in the morning.

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On 02/06/2022 at 12:12, Miguel Sanchez said:

Galvaniser's: Good

TV studio: Shite

Just been told it's in the Galvaniser's, so that's good to know. Where's best to park? I imagine the streets nearby fill up pretty quickly.

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15 minutes ago, Craig the Hunter said:

Just been told it's in the Galvaniser's, so that's good to know. Where's best to park? I imagine the streets nearby fill up pretty quickly.

No idea on that one tbh, sorry. If you're just going to the gig and back and don't mind a 10/15 minute walk (and can't find anywhere else) you could park on the other side of the river and cross the M8 overpass. I'm sure if you ask in the Quick Question thread in General Nonsense  someone will be able to tell you.

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4 hours ago, Craig the Hunter said:

Just been told it's in the Galvaniser's, so that's good to know. Where's best to park? I imagine the streets nearby fill up pretty quickly.

You'll get parked on the street in Sandyford Street no bother, less than 5 minutes walk from there 

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4 minutes ago, Christophe said:

Going to see him on Saturday, decent setlist? Any support? 

Support was Ian Prowse. I was too late to catch his set (the stewards wouldn't let me in while he was playing because it was being recorded apparently), but I had seen him before when he supported EC  in 2020.

Elvis's setlist was varied and included numerous songs from his newest albums A Boy Named If and Hey Clockface as well as the older songs.

He tends to change his setlist quite a bit, so you'll likely see him play a few songs that he didn't play last night. Don't expect him to play Oliver's Army though.

 

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Broken Chanter and Martin John Henry tonight at Sneaky Pete's. Also Raveloe but I missed that bit due to late finish at work.

Broken Chanter were exceptional, and Martin John Henry played a number of my De Rosa favourites (The Engineer ) in his set which he described as "coalminer aesthetic".

Brilliant night, real tonic after a long day at work. Sneaky Pete's is a great wee venue, apart from the bits where you can hear the hand dryer over the quiet bits of the songs!!

Might very well head up to Dundee to see the same line up on Saturday.

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8 hours ago, Le Tout P'ti FC said:

Broken Chanter and Martin John Henry tonight at Sneaky Pete's. Also Raveloe but I missed that bit due to late finish at work.

Broken Chanter were exceptional, and Martin John Henry played a number of my De Rosa favourites (The Engineer emoji3590.png) in his set which he described as "coalminer aesthetic".

Brilliant night, real tonic after a long day at work. Sneaky Pete's is a great wee venue, apart from the bits where you can hear the hand dryer over the quiet bits of the songs!!

Might very well head up to Dundee to see the same line up on Saturday.
 

Whenever I'm up a hill I always find myself singing The Engineer in my head, brilliant song.

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The Music at Temple Newsam, Leeds yesterday. 
This was the gig they had originally reformed for and I was always making the pilgrimage to see them on home soil. It was never gonna be as good as the Barras on Tuesday, however that shouldn't detract anything from what was another excellent performance and fantastic gig. 


I was also at this and agree it was excellent. Bizarrely I bumped into a group of Scottish folk and one of them turned out to be a Saints fan from Perth. I’m sure they said they were at the Barras as well and said it was class.
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James Grant at Trinity Church in Falkirk, absolutely outstanding. First time seeing him as a solo artist but have been to a few Love and Money gigs since about 1986?

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