Do your friends call you the human IMDB? Do you watch everything that you can get your hands on? Do you love and breathe films? Or just love film festivals and get thrilled at the idea of unconventional viewing experiences?
Come and prove yourself at the best film-themed quiz you'll find in town this Sunday at Nice'n'Sleazy and help support a innovative, new and unconventional film festival in Glasgow.
Or just come for the raffle - that's ok too.

DEAD OTTER Album Launch + Sloth Metropolis + Pyre of the Earth - 17th August

DEAD OTTER are celebrating the release of their first full length LP 'BRIDGE OF WEIRD' (out August 24th on Riot Season Records) by holding a special release show at NICE N SLEAZY. LPs and CDs of the album will be available at the show so hop on down to get your paws on one of these before the official release date.

Joining Dead Otter on the night are fellow mammals SLOTH METROPOLIS - the heavy folk sloth outfit that have been exciting audiences at festivals across the UK this summer. Their unique brand of slothery combines heavy prog elements of early KIng Crimson with acid folk leaning towards the likes of Comus and Diagonal. Expect theatrics and downright great tunes.

PYRE OF THE EARTH are a maelstrom of ritualistic bass-driven rhythms which coil deep below the surface, forever descending into a distortion soaked miasma before rising again as the power of the riff compels.
The first 15 people in will receive a special poster featuring the 'Bridge of Weird' album cover art and a download code for the album.

Pity Party Film Club presents Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution

Pity Party Film Club are proud to present the Scottish premiere of Yony Leyser's 'Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution'.
'Queercore' documents a historical cultural movement in the queer community, when LGBT+ punks decided to create for themseleves a scene that would soon spread throughout the world.
Featuring appearances from John Waters, Beth Ditto, Kim Gordon, Bruce LaBruce, Patty Schemel, Pansy Division, Genesis P-Orridge, Tribe 8 and many more, this is the unseen and unheard history of a movement that changed punk music forever.
Tickets £5 ADV + booking fee
£6 OTD

Two Days Of SLEEP: A Full Frequency Listening Party

For the first time in Glasgow, we're presenting a full frequency listening party. Our big ass club p.a system is going to be pushed to the limit.
10th Aug - DOPESMOKER. With selections from Holy Mountain / OM / HOF etc beforehand, giving you time to warm up.
11th Aug - THE SCIENCES. With similar warm up selections.
Doors - 8.30pm with music starting immediately. Main event from 9pm.
Feel free to bring anything you need to feel comfortable )blankets, cushions)

Quarantine + Bratakus + BLÅGEN + Asbestos Beach - Aug 22nd

After playing their first gig at Nice n Sleazy in 1995 it seems appropriate that this gig is happening in the same place. Glasgow hardcore punks who didn't know they had to fit in, started playing their own style of "3 piece suite punk". Still doing it wrong from when they started they are now scattered in different places. This will be the only gig in the UK so if you want to see it then this is your only chance.
What can you say about the mighty Bratakus apart from its top notch hardcore punk. Most definitely the best band that has ever come out of Tomintoul in the last 20 years and with debut LP "Target Girl" flying out of your local punk distro, this is the band you'll be telling your kids you saw back in the day.
Old punks play songs about old punks and having too many kids. A dire warning to the new generation, packaged as an eclectic mix of punk, old punk, peace punk, pop punk, hardcore punk and weirdo dad r̶o̶c̶k̶ punk. From Berlin." Plus as it features members of Pig//Control, Family Man, Atomgevitter you know it's going to be top notch.
D-Beat pioneers from Glasgow. Featuring folks from Sick of Talk, Clocked Out AKA raging hardcore

Matchbox Cineclub presents Friday 13th iii in 3-D - 25th July

Matchbox Cineclub: The World's Greatest 3D Film Club presents Friday 13th Part III - in classic red/blue 3D!

Jason Voorhees dons the hockey mask for the first time in this classic sequel. Time magazine said, "The way the eyeball of one of Jason's victims pops out of his skull and seems to sail over the audience's head is alone worth buying a ticket and putting on funny glasses." YES.
Now you can see it as it was always meant to be seen - on a summer's night in the basement of NICE N SLEAZY, through flimsy cardboard glasses.
Tickets £3 (3D glasses included) from Eventbrite:
Thanks to Filmbank


We're hosting a record fair with Roky Records, The Vinyl Museum and Blackbyrd Vinyl selling a wide array of second-hand vinyl and CDs. There will also be music & film themed stalls from Emily Chappell, Moonshake Design, Emily Calderwood Art and Little Horror Box selling t-shirts, prints, cards, posters & hand-made trinkets and treasures! PLUS! Matchbox Cineclub will be screening vintage ads for records, TV films, clips, trailers & found footage.
As always Koko's Japanese Kitchen will be serving their delicious Japanese bar food from 2pm!

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