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Shake The Cage (für Theo) [SLAM REMIX]

Two musical words collide as icons from opposite ends of Glasgow’s sonic spectrum come together for a unique collaboration.  Over a year in the making, this Remix sees two of the most innovative artists in music bring together their passions and their sounds to produce an entirely different breed. 

Shake The Cage (für Theo) originally appeared on Glasvegas’ most recent album Godspeed, and was the only contemporary track included on the soundtrack of Creation Stories; the Alan McGee Biopic

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Godspeed was released across all digital platforms on 2nd April 2021 and just over a year later on heavyweight vinyl via their own label Go Wow Records.  Godspeed is the band’s fourth studio album and takes place “all on the same night, just as the sun’s going down.”  The album presents a fragmented portrait of a single evening’s events.  From strident techno to joyous singalong anthems, Godspeed captures that quintessential Glasvegas essence – incomparable, uncategorisable, and ultimately just fucking great music that actually means something.

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Later...When The TV Turns To Static

A staggeringly emotive 42 minute sojourn through broken relationships and “the mad energy” of the world, a scorching soundscape for the band’s third studio album.



The band’s sophomore album and their final release on Columbia Records.  Written & tracked in Santa Monica, California with final recording taking place in London & Glasgow the album was produced by Flood & James Allan and released in April 2011 to critical acclaim!



The classic platinum selling critically acclaimed eponymous debut, reaching No.2 in the charts in 2008. In September ’09, a year after its release, the album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize!


A Snowflake Fell (And It Felt Like A Kiss)

This limited edition standalone six track Christmas EP was recorded in Transylvania in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains.  It was released in December 2008, a mere three months after their stunning debut album to positive reviews.

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