Club Decode’s Night Out – NICE N SLEAZY, GLASGOW – SATURDAY 16TH APRIL

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Come celebrate Record Store Day with Club Decode on Saturday 16th April at Nice N Sleazy. We’ve only gone and got some Scotland’s most exciting upcoming bands for you all, including The Carloways, Sahara, Rebel Westerns and Dancing On Tables! A night filled with a variety of genres! Also because it’s record store day we’ll have some record label stalls selling the latest vinyls and CD’s.

Advance Tickets are £6 Available here :https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/club-decodes-night-out-record-store-day-party-tickets-22971566574

Student tickets will be available for £5 on the door with your student card. Tickets are £7 on the door. Doors open at 7:30pm and music kicks off at 8pm!

If you’ve not heard of some of our bands playing before (Oh your goodness because they’re amazing) let us give you a little insight! The night will also feature the most immense, magical playlist ever!

The Carloways

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The Carloways are a young, 5-piece band from Bridge of Earn, Scotland. Influenced by the likes of Johnny Cash and The Rolling Stones, their style is a mixture of modern Rock ‘n’ Roll and good old Country music. Personally they are one of our favourite bands from the Perth area and they definitely have something unique about them! Their music will have you up and dancing in no time.

Named after a small place on the Isle of Lewis, the band have been playing countless gigs for the last few months, finding their sound and building a reputation as a feel-good, party rock and roll band. In summer 2015 members of the band went on tour as the backing band for Nashville songwriter Tom Mason, travelling from Cornwall to the highlands of Scotland.

Make sure you hit up event to catch these guys live, trust us, it’ll be on the greatest live sets you’ll ever see!

Check out The Carloways music here:  https://soundcloud.com/thecarloways/sets/lose-my-mind-single

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecarloways/?fref=ts

Sahara

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Sahara are a young indie 4 piece from Dundee and these guys are definitely one to watch! Named XFM’s Breakout band these guys have gone on to support Model Aeroplanes, Neon Waltz and The view all within a year of forming! Sahara have had a countless number of ridiculously amazing reviews, which goes to show they’ll definitely be worth a watch when we bring them through to Glasgow. They’re music has even caught the attention of upcoming artist Rat Boy. I mean it’s Rat Boy, so obviously this band is a 10/10 recommend. So there’s yet another reason to come to our Record Store Day partay!

Check out Sahara’s awesome collection of tunes right here: http://www.soundcloud.com/saharatheband

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saharatheband/timeline

Rebel Westerns

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Rebel Westerns are an Alt. pop quintet from Edinburgh. Rebel Westerns produce songs you can definitely have a little dance to. Their new single Nightdrive is out on 21st March and we can tell you its a very promising wee tune. Some the 1975 sounds going in there if we dare say so! Rebel Westerns will bringing the pop music element to our night out! What could possibly better than a party with Rebel Westerns and us! Lets be honest, not much. So come on down!

Check out their tune Trouble below!

Dancing on Tables

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Dancing On Tables are a five piece Alternative Indie Rock band hailing from Dunfermline in Scotland with an awesome retro feel to their music. You can guarantee this band will have you dancing on them tables! (get it) . Their latest single Bible we can only describe as an absolute tune! What better band to round of our jam packed evening eh? This band will have no problem whatsoever in getting a crowd going! You should definitely come be part of that crowd!

Surely we managed to convince you by now to come join the record store day party! You would miss out on cool vinyls and cool bands if you don’t. And we don’t mean to brag but a night out with Club Decode is a night and half. You seriously can’t miss out! SEE YOU THERE!

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