We’re ‘aving a party to get us in ye olde Christmas spirit. The flat is decked out in the tackiest Christmas decorations we can find, the Frosty Jack’s is on the stove (glass of heated cider anyone?), and the Christmas cookies are in the oven.
MILK die-hards will remember THE DIRTY BEGGARS from our first ever show - they play upbeat, rollicking country-rock and bluegrass music that will have you swinging from the chandeliers. Comprised of fiddle, banjo, double bass, guitar and harmonica, their energetic set provides the soundtrack for a right good knees up, which is just what we need in the cold winter months. They recently returned from a substantial tour of the states and they’re raring to go for their last Scottish show of the year.
JOE BLACK is frontman of Glasgow folk-pop band Washington Irving, whose previous headline show at Flat 0/1 during Fresher’s week takes pride of place in our milky memories. He’s bringing a stock of WI songs that’ll have your heart melting into your boots and your feet stomping uncontrollably, creating a big melty puddle of love.
Just to warm your cockles that little bit extra, we’ve commissioned a choir for the evening to see you through the doors. ACHOIRED TASTE will be performing a mix of pop tunes and Christmas carols while you munch on free biscuits and get ready for the night ahead. As always, there’ll be made-to-order pink/mint/white russians, a photographer capturing all the action, visuals to satisfy your eyeballs, and DJ Doug Wilson keeping your feet moving till 3am.