It’s late in the week we admit, but all the good gigs are at the weekend anyway. Read on if you don’t believe is…

Admiral Fallow seem to be out and about this week (more to follow next week, no doubt). They’re at Inverness Ironworks on Thursday, and Ullapool (the Ceilidh Place) on Friday.

Still up north, Chris T-T is in Aberdeen, at Cellar 36.

Out of a 2-year hiberation, Paisley’s finest C86 act, The Close Lobsters, play Glasgow’s Stereo on Friday (27th)

Acclaimed Glasgow promoter Cry Parrot celebrate 5 years in the biz with a show at the Glue Factory (er, me neither, so see this link for more details)
We can tell you that on the bill are Auntie Flo (that’s their video below), Blue Sabbath Black Fiji, Sacred Paws, Dam Mantle , Silk Cut, The Rosy Crucifixion, and Special Hits (aka Mother Ganga). Bit of a late night job it seems.

Though if you’re of a more retro persuasion – retro enough to remember what R&B actually means – Wilko Johnston (legendary guitarist out of Dr Feelgood) is at the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline.

Or if you’re in Edinburgh, then Remember Remember plays an intimate show at The Third Door.

On the Saturday, Chris T-T‘s at The Admiral, Glasgow – the show’s promoted by blogger Last Year’s Girl which is another sound reason for going along

And on Sunday, Esperi plays a hometown show in Dundee, at The Doghouse.