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The Stranglers - Nice 'n' Sleazy

From the fantastic ‘Black & White’ (1978); ‘Nice ‘n’ Sleazy’ is sturdy and confident with the trademark bass sound from Jean-Jacques Burnel. Brilliant!


Australian band play first gig in Scotland tonight

Australian rock band, Tired Lion are headlining their debut show in Scotland, in Glasgow’s Nice ‘N’ Sleazy tonight.

The four-piece indie rock group who are based in Perth consist of; vocalist and guitarist Sophie Hopes, lead guitarist Matt Tanner, drummer Ethan Darnell and bassist Nick Vasey. 83 more words


INDIE50 Judges Q&A: Jason Edwards

As a booking agent at CODA, Jason Edwards works with live acts including Years & Years, Grimes, and Spring King. Combined with past roles right across the independent sector that gave him a unique insight into the UK’s indie scene, we felt he was the perfect judge for INDIE50. 1,402 more words

Live Music

El Parks and Rowan Wright: Drugstore Glamour

El and Rowan are two prolific ladies when it comes to the Scottish creative scene. El Parks is an artist and DJ from Edinburgh who recently brought her talents to Glasgow, while Dundonian Rowan is well known for her music making on both the east and west coast since relocating to Glasgow in 2013. 2,583 more words


Fizzy Blood - Nice 'N' Sleazy, Glasgow

Fizzy Blood have been on the scene for around two years and it’s clear that in that time they’ve garnered what it takes to make awesome music sound even better live. 73 more words

Music Photography

Max Raptor - Nice 'N' Sleazy, Glasgow

Max Raptor ripped through a tidy set in Nice N Sleazy to heat up revellers on a bitter Wednesday night on Glasgow’s “Sausage-roll” Street where lead singer Will Ray was apparently offered a “nice BJ” for a slice of his pizza a little earlier in the night. 38 more words

Music Photography

Foreignfox at Nice N Sleazys, 8th April 2016

Looking forward to a quiet Friday night in and then I see on Facebook Foreignfox are playing Nice N Sleazy and its only a fiver to get in, what do you do? 453 more words