Slime City

The Hug and Pint, Glasgow.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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STANDING £11.10 (£10.00) Tickets not available
£1 DONATION - THE HUG AND PINT £1.00 (£1.00) Tickets not available
THE HUG AND PINT, Glasgow is a vital community grassroots music venue. In the face of rapidly increasing costs and an audience understandably reluctant to spend more money in a cost-of-living crisis. The Hug and Pint is in need of financial support to help ensure its long-term sustainability. Your donations help to provide a platform for the next generation of artists and are hugely appreciated.

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SLIME CITY come from Glasgow, Scotland and consist of three Michaels (ex-members of cult indie rock band WE ARE THE PHYSICS) playing fast, existentialist nerd rock for 'people who like both sighing and fighting'.

Following their debut single 'Less Jools More Top Of The Pops', a track about the gentrification of music, they released four DIY singles, including 'Dial-up Internet Is The Purest Internet, and 'You & Everybody That You Love Will One Day Die (called 'Sound of the summer' by BBC Radio 1 Scotland).

After sold out headline shows in Glasgow, London, and Bristol, they toured with cult rock legends Mclusky and 90s DIY icons Bis before releasing their debut album in 2023 on Scottish indie label Last Night From Glasgow, which peaked at number 5 in the Official Scottish Album Charts and it would've gone higher if it hadn't been for that Lewis Capaldi and those Sleeptokens.

"They sound like Dead Kennedys on a diet of Cardiacs and Life, a bit like those few great Sparks albums released around 1974" - Louder Than War

"Like Devo, if they had come from the Strathclyde Regional Council area" - Is This Music?

"Angular indie-pop bangers" - The Skinny

"Discordant manic thrill monster" - The Herald

"Slime City's debut track is our new unofficial anthem" - Dork Magazine

"I don't think I like [this]" - Simon Le Bon, Duran Duran