Triptych is based in three Scottish cities...

PULP‘s JARVIS COCKER and STEVE MACKEY, LEE ”SCRATCH” PERRY, ANDY WEATHERALL, TEENAGE FANCLUB and MARK B & BLADE are amongst the artists set to feature at TRIPTYCH, a festival based in three Scottish cities during April.

The diverse collection will appear across Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen over the weekend of April 27-29.

In addition, Lupine Howl, Mouse On Mars, Kristin Hersh and a whole battalion of rising Scottish DJs are also pencilled in to appear.

The highlights of the weekend are:

Glasgow (April 27)

Glasgow School Of Art: Mouse On Mars, Future Pilot AKA, Andy Votel, Stephen Pastel and Twitch & Wilkes

Renfrew Ferry: Mark B and Blade featuring Plus One

The Tall Ship: Teenage Fanclub (acoustic set)

Glasgow (28)

The Fruitmarket: Mish Mash Part 1 with Roy Ayers and Oscar

Glasgow School of Art: My Machines, Andrew Weatherall

Planet Peach: Hakan Lidbo (Live) as part of a Loaded Records night

Riverside Club – Mish Mash Part 2 presents Oscar plus Debin, Nordin and Ian Whitelaw

13th Note: Hefner plus Camera Obscura

Glasgow (29)

Renfrew Ferry: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, The Mad Professor, Love Clinic, Dennis Nolan, Twitch and Wilkes

Planet Reach: Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey (DJ set)

Cottiers Hall: Kristin Hersh

Edinburgh (April 27)

Studio 24: Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson – four deck show

Queens Hall: Baaba Maal

Edinburgh (28)

The Liquid Rooms: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, The Mad Professor, Love Clinic, Dennis Nolan, Stevie Messenger

The Honeycomb: Louie Vega

The Attic: Geographic Records night featuring Future Pilot AKA and Bill Wells Trio

Edinburgh (29)

La Belle Angele: Mouse On Mars, Andrew Weatherall, Andy Votel

The Venue: Mark B & Blade

The Attic: Lupine Howl

Aberdeen (April 27)

The Forum: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Mad Professor, Love Clinic, Dennis Nolan, Andrew Weatherall

Aberdeen (28)

Glow 303: Mark B & Blade

Triple Kirks: Poptones/Radio 4 night featuring Jasmine Minks

Glow 303: Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson

Aberdeen (28)

Lemon Tree: Baaba Maal