It’s an oddly gig-free week, but to kick things, off, English rock act Don Broco are at Aberdeen Garage on Tuesday.
In Glasgow that night, Hell Is for Heroes, are at Glasgow’s O2 ABC, while Baxter Dury will, we reckon, show that he has some of his old man’s talent (the late Ian, that is) when he appears at Stereo in Glasgow.
Danger! The Electric Six are at Edinburgh Liquid Room on Thursday and may just play a certain hit single…
In Dunfermline on the same night, The Van T’s are at P.J. Molloy’s
On Friday, Nieves are at Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh, launching debut album ‘Exist and Expire’ while by way of contrast, Stereophonics are at the AECC (the ‘A’ standing for ‘Aberdeen’). Though you might prefer The Van T’s, who are at The Tunnels on the same evening, or even Depeche Choad at Krakatoa, while the Blue Lamp welcomes Dave Arcari.
In Glasgow on Friday, The Xcerts play the O2 ABC while in Edinburgh, The Jellyman’s Daughter are at the Assembly Roxy in Edinburgh, UK
Andy Gunn plays Eden Court Theatre in Inverness on Friday – and he’s at the
MacPhail Centre, Ullapool, the following night.
Also on Saturday, The Xcerts play The Garage in Aberdeen, and Nieves have the Glasgow leg of their album launch ‘tour’ at The Hug and Pint while First Aid Kit play O2 Academy in Glasgow
And also in Glasgow, Husky Loops are at The Attic Bar.
Finally, The Van T’s are at Beat Generator in Dundee on Sunday.