What promoters Tracer Trails and Long+Wrong are calling “an all-day exploration of experimental, improvised, and noisy music” is set to take place in Glasgow on Saturday April 9th.
The event, spread between Nice N Sleazy, The Griffin and CCA Glasgow, features a host of big names in the more experimental genre, and includes Eli Keszler, Usurper, Aileen Campbell & Neil Davidson, Iain Campbell, Boom Edan, Fordell Research Unit, Guanoman, King Rib, Noma, and Opaque.
The afternoon Nice ‘n’ Sleazy gig costs only £4 while other events including a documentary film premiere at the CCA and performance artist / musician Iain Campbell disrupting the buffet at The Griffin (!), are unticketed and free.
Then, there’s 4 hours of noise at CCA with with separate and overlapping sets from Boom Edan, Fordell Research Unit, Guanoman, King Rib, Noma and Opaque (Kylie Minoise). That’s also £4, or £7 for the whole day. Tickets at wegottickets or Monorail.