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Pop Mutations (virtual) Festival

The venues might be physically closed at the moment but the booking team at The Flying Duck, Mono and Stereo have been busy. They’ve just announced their new 3 day virtual festival, Pop Mutations, and the line-up is stacked with quality.

From Fri 26th June till Sunday 28th June they’ll host streams from an eclectic mix of local and international artists, bands and DJs; as well as talks, DIY tutorials and exhibitions, all available from the comfort of your laptop, smartphone or tablet. 

The line-up:

…12th Isle, A Cut Above, Aldous RH, Aperçu w/Let Glasgow Flourish, The Artsy Vice Show, Babe, Bum Notes Drag Karaoke w/ Ruby Waters, Clyde Built Radio, Crate Diggin’ w/ David Barbarossa, Echo Party, Eleanor Friedberger, Faux Real, Fletch, Girl Skin, Glasgow African Balafon Orchestra, Glitterati – Quiz Night w/Duglas T Stewart, Gold Top Baby, Good Press, Gospelbeach, Goth GF, Green Door Studios, Healthy in conversation with DJ Marcelle, Heatnavi, Heir of The Cursed, Hot Mess, Invisible Inc, Irma Vep, Jaiva, John McKeown presents 90s Glasgow Underground Retrospective

Kapil Seshasayee, Katy J Pearson, Lady Neptune, Liv Fontaine, Lo Kindre, Lunacy, Maveen, Micheal Marion, Molly Linen, Mono Baby Disco, Monorail Music, Mr Ben & The Bens presents “Beans On Toast’, Music For The Isolated Generation, Neelam Khan Vela, Nightwave, NOVA, Outlet Archival Mix, The Pastels Music Video Retrospective, Pink Noise, Pocket Knife, Puke, Rae Lena, The Rebel, Robert Sotelo, Ribeka, Romeo Taylor, Savage Mansion, Sofay, Soulay Puliman, SPAM Zine, Splash One Poster Retrospective w/ Grant MacDougall and Raissa Pardini, Susannah Stark, Sycophantasy, TAAHLIAH, Third Ear Yoga, This Film Should Not Exist – (Country Teasers film premiere), Tomorrow Syndicate, UNDERMEDVETENHETEN, VSO Henderson. 

Access is free-to-all and donation links will be provided on their website, social media, and on every streaming event. All donations will be split with 60% of proceeds going to the artists, hosts, performers, or their chosen charity. The remaining 40% will be being donated to Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER), a Scottish strategic racial equality charity, based in Glasgow. 



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