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COLLiDE Travel is an interactive collection of city guides curated by local bands, artists and tastemakers. Spanning the globe, hundreds of creatives have shared their favorite local hangs, from the underground to the upscale, and everything in between. So choose a city and start exploring!
Admiral Fallow

Tender, melodic, and ultimately hopeful, Admiral Fallow’s orchestral, indie pop has earned them spots on the bills for various big-name festivals over the years, including Great Escape, Glastonbury, and SXSW. Formed in 2007 by frontman Louis Abbott, the Scottish five-piece released their third album Tiny Rewards in 2015 plus a special, limited-edition double vinyl. Abbott can be spotted on Sundays at Bloc+ in Glasgow, where he holds a weekly open mic.

city guide:
Glasgow, SCT
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Thistle Books
Buy and sell books at this second-hand store stocked with a wide range of subjects, with special focus on rare history books.  Also offers a rare book finding service.
Otago St, Glasgow G12 8PQ, UK
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The Old Hairdresser’s
This independent art space serves as a bar, gallery, and live music venue for the eclectic Glasgow arts scene.
27 Renfield Ln, Glasgow G2, UK
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City Centre Comics
Collector's back issue comic shop specializing in Silver and Bronze Age comics, as well as new release comics and graphic novels.
37 Ruthven Ln, Glasgow G12 9BG, UK
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The Ubiquitous Chip

Artistic brasserie dishes that display their provenance, served in a leafy space with fairy lights. Character and atmosphere add to the fantastic food and wine.

Ashton Ln, Glasgow G12 8SJ, UK
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Love Music
Rock music specialists stocking new and used CDs, DVDs, and vinyl, plus material by unsigned artists.
34 Dundas St, Glasgow G1, UK
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Aye-Aye Books
Small bookshop and publisher specializing in art books.
Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3JD, UK
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The 13th Note
The 13th Note is a bar, vegan and vegetarian restaurant, live music venue, and art gallery. It opened in 1997 on Glassford Street, before moving to its present site on King Street.
King St, Glasgow G1 5QT, UK
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Mono
Versatile bar with an airy and open feel, music at its heart, and a menu of veggie/vegan food.
12 King's Pl, Glasgow G22 6LL, UK
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Voltaire and Rousseau Bookshop
Established secondhand store selling academic books, fiction, literary criticism, and rare editions.
Otago Ln, Glasgow G12 8PB, UK
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Finnieston

Casual restaurant and cocktail bar specializing in locally-sourced seafood and bespoke beers. Grab a booth in the bar on a chilly day.

Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8ND, UK
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The Art School

The Art School is a unique centre for music and the visual arts in Glasgow.

Scott St, Glasgow G3 6PE, UK
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Partick Burgh Hall

Partick Burgh Hall is a favorite - it has a spire like a helter skelter.

9 Burgh Hall St, Glasgow G11 5LN, UK
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Rutherglen Town Hall
Venue and concert hall in Glasgow.
Main St, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 2JJ, UK
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Forbidden Planet

Specialist chain selling cult sci-fi books, comics and collectibles, plus action figures and toys.

Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2LW, UK
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Waterstones

A mainstream and academic book retailer that encourages browsing; some stores have cafes. 



Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3EW, UK
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