Glasgow’s King Tut’s will hand its stage over to some of the country’s upcoming talent this January, with the ninth incarnation of New Year’s Revolution.
This 2019 incarnation will span 15 nights, with almost 80 bands, and as well as providing a welcome boost to what can be a sparse January gig guide, the event also serves to bring together some of the Scotland’s lesser-known acts, who may go on to follow in the footspets of Radiohead, Travis and Oasis, who all played the St Vincent Street venue early in their careers.
Headliners include Luna the Professor, St Martiins, Dancing on Tables, Static Union and Bad Hombres, with the likes of Paris Street Rebels, Dopesickly, Parliamo, Drift and Fauves among the acts also playing over the fortnight.
And as if that wasn’t enough, there will be DJs entertaining the throng, with the likes of Tenement TV and is this music? enlisted to provide the between-band entertainment.
For the hard-core fan, there’s a ‘Golden Ticket’ available, which gives entrance to every show, just £40 for 15 shows.
Tickets and more detail can be found at www.kingtuts.co.uk/whats-on/ktnyr19.