This Week At Bloc: 16 April

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Tuesday, 17 April

Century Thirteen + Flat Six + Trampled Daisy

Mixing alternative rock with the upbeat melodies and driving energy of pop punk and more, Century Thirteen will be joined by 4-piece alt-rock Perth outfit, Flat Six. Topping off the bill with be punk, ska, blues trio, Trampled Daisy

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Thursday, 19 April

Podcart & GoldMold Presents: Fontaines D.C. + SHREDD

Dublin’s Fontaines D.C. hit Glasgow for the first time. Having already supported Franz Ferdinand in their native Ireland, the quintet have been gaining notable buzz and fans with their mesmerising blend of krautrock and post-punk.

Support comes from Glasgow alt-impresarios Shredd

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Saturday, 21 April

Fantastic Man (club night)

Absolutely delightful audio-nonsense from two extremely loveable overgrown children that worked out how to DJ. 


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Another week and another packed week at BLOC! Free gigs and club nights Tuesday to Sunday... 

 



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Wednesday, 18 April

DANCEHALL + Gift Horse + Home Economics

There's been a big fucking gaping hole when it comes to alt-punk. DANCEHALL are here to save the day. We couldn't be more pleased to be hosting their first Glasgow gig. 

Support comes from Gift Horse, a two-piece billed as a duo of big drums and dirty guitar with a sprinkle of psych glitter. Completing the line-up is shambolic pop quartet, Home Economics

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Friday, 20 April

Pearl Necklace Presents: EAT YR MAKE UP (club night)

Pearl Necklace struts her ripped seams back down the basement of that Bloc+! Expect an evening of Riot Grrrl, Electro, Hip-Hop and much more. 

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Sunday, 22 April

Bloc+Jam Open Mic

For the last few years Bloc+ has been running one of Glasgow's most popular and consistently high-quality open mic nights, thanks largely to Jamie Sturt and friends, not to mention our incredibly gifted and facially pleasing clientele. The gear is all ready to go so, if you're fed up spending Sunday nights with your Monday night fear, then head on down!