A string of free pop-up music events is happening in Stereo this week until Sunday, October 23. Curated by leading independent radio station, Clyde Built Radio, the five-day pop-up, the Heverlee Mixer, gives a platform to the city’s most exciting electronic artists.
Not only are music lovers able to discover new artists, but also get free pints! Visitors will be able to redeem a free pint upon entry to the Heverlee Mixer. And to find these free beers, look out for fly posters with QR codes dotted around Glasgow, give it a quick scan and redeem a pilsner upon entry.
As well as the city’s most exciting electronic artists, there will also be open mic slots for amateurs who want to showcase their DJ skills. Celebrating Glasgow’s lively music scene and nurturing musical unearthing, the lineup will feature genres such as Italo Disco and Reggae, including Vixen Sound and Sebastian Swarm, and DJ’s from local institution Rubadub.
Stereo is a well known venue that’s been providing Glasgow with sweet tunes since 2007. Stereo is also home to a vegan bar and kitchen, offering vegan deliciousness throughout the day and into the evening.
Hazel Alexander, Brand Manager at Heverlee, said: “Our mission as a brand is to encourage discovery – whether that’s trying an interesting new pilsner, or delving into a new musical genre. The Heverlee Mixer embodies this mindset.”
“Together with Clyde Built Radio, we wanted to put on a string of events that allowed music and beer fans to enjoy a diverse and original array of artists, along with a quality pint. And, to ensure that this discovery goes beyond the four walls of the bar, we partnered with Rubadub to sell records from emerging artists.”
Andrew Thomson, Founder of Clyde Built Radio, said: “It was a real pleasure helping to curate artists for the Heverlee Mixer. The Scottish music scene is vibrant and full of outstanding artists, so we’re really excited to get the events underway.”