Your gigs of the week read as follows: On Tuesday 4th October, London punk trio False Heads play Glasgow’s Hug and Pint, while in Edinburgh, Public Service Broadcasting are at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

Thursday 6th sees Pulled Apart By Horses play Broadcast in Glasgow, while Public Service Broadcasting‘s tour takes them to Inverness Ironworks.

On Friday 7th, Callum Easter has a boig hometown gig, at Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall, while one-time Young Marble Giants frontman Stuart Moxham is at Mono in Glasgow. And of a similar(ish) vintage, Tom Robinson hangs up his 6Music headphones temporarily, to play (we presume) the TRB hits, at the Woodside Hotel in Aberdour.

On Saturday, there’s an all-dayer in Glasgow – Vistas, Cheap Teeth, Man of Moon, Pizza Crunch, Goodnight Louisa and Pleasure Heads are among the 50 or so acts who play Tenement Trail 2022 across seven venues, while in the evening, Dean Owens is at The Glad Café.
Stuart Moxham is at the Wee Red Bar at Edinburgh College of Art, Tom Robinson plays The Boarding House in Paisley.
In Aberdeen, at The Tunnels, local rock heroes Cold Years, and at Aviemore’s Badenoch Centre, Tide Lines.

Finally, Cold Years head south for a show at Glasgow’s Cathouse on Sunday night, and The Countess of Fife (aka former Rezillos frontwoman Fay Fife) is at Edinburgh’s Voodoo Rooms.