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Galchen are an instrumental band from Glasgow, born out of their own recording studios in the city’s south side. Their stunning live performances and debut ‘RED DOT’ EP have earned them a reputation as one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets.

Comparisons to compatriots Mogwai have been drawn, but this association has made it difficult for them to distinguish themselves as a new and unique talent.

The band have performed with the likes of Belle & Sebastian, frightened rabbit, !!! (chk chk chk) and Schneider TM.

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  • pquirie

    Mogwai comparisons? Just because they're instrumental and from Glasgow? Nah, this band are delightfully different.

    31 May 2010 Reply
  • mk2inthecave

    Anyone know if they've got plans to play in Glasgow soon?

    26 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Brian-Kex

    Awesome :)

    7 Feb 2010 Reply
  • pushit

    Saw them open for Frightened Rabbit tonight and they were spectacular. Great band.

    7 Nov 2009 Reply
  • mk2inthecave

    Great band to see live.

    25 Aug 2008 Reply
  • forceofnature86

    amazing band, discovered them last night supporting the ghost frequency in Lancaster! anyone fancy sending me some tunes?

    30 Nov 2007 Reply
  • KappaTrackies

    Has anyone got a clue what we're meant to call the tracks on the red dot EP? They're getting slowly sucked into the abyss of mp3s called 'Track 01' in my iTunes library and it's not right, god damn it.

    11 Jun 2007 Reply