El Ten Eleven in Glasgow

El Ten Eleven from LA play Audio Glasgow in two weeks. Support from Bellow Below, Inuit and The Gothenburg Address

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ETL GLASGOW FLYER
  • Posted on August 20th 2014

Richie Ramone rescheduled date

Richie Ramone will play at Audio Glasgow on the 15th December. Original tickets are still valid.

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Richie Ramone
  • Posted on August 19th 2014

Man Overboard, Hostage Calm, Front Porch Step & Roam in Glasgow!

19th November at Audio Glasgow. Tickets on sale now from Tickets Scotland (Glasgow & Edinburgh) or online at

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MANO-THAT-EUROPE-POSTER
  • Posted on August 15th 2014

Seahaven & Milk Teeth

Seahaven & Milk Teeth confirmed as support for Balance and Composure at Audio Glasgow on Sunday 12th October. Check a tour trailer video HERE. Not many tickets left so pick one up soon!

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  • Posted on August 15th 2014

Mineral in Glasgow!!

11th February 2015. Tickets on sale Friday.

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Texan, emo pioneers Mineral have signed a worldwide deal (excluding North America) with Xtra Mile Recordings, who will reissue their two seminal albums The Power of Failing and Endserenading, each on double 45 RPM vinyl, on 20 October 2014. Xtra Mile will also release ‘Mineral – 1994-1998’ a 2x CD compilation of both The Power Of Failing and Endserenading with bonus material and previously unreleased tracks to get the uninitiated up to speed in time for some live performances.

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Mineral formed in 1994 and disbanded in 1997 just before the release of their second album Endserenading. Despite a surprisingly small amount of time together, they’ve been cited as inspiration by a host of bands and artists, including Xtra Mile’s very own Frank Turner. Taking the baton from mid-nineties emo band Sunny Day Real Estate, they crystallised the slow, melodic loud/quiet dynamic that wax sealed the genre, crafting an eternally distinctive and beloved sound. Their debut album The Power of Failing is a passionate pane to spirituality and love, bathed in crescendos of hollered guitar, while posthumous follow-up Endserenading – finished after the official split of the group – broods and simmers with patience, pain and redemption. Both albums are recognised as essential, packed with trailblazing cuts which have since informed plenty of peers and imitators, while never being bettered.

Mineral Glasgow
  • Posted on July 23rd 2014