Our round-up of this best music you can catch this week from the comfort of your own locked-down home…
The Spangled Cabaret – the longest running monthly alternative variety show in Glasgow – is keeping its record going, online at least, with an online night on Monday June 1st from 19:30-21:30.
Starring Thomas Truax, Hugh Reed, Tom Harlow, Trixie Blue, Lewis Sherlock, Derek Mcluckie, and Delia Badhand, it’s all hosted by Scunner’s Paul Puppet.
Also on Monday June 1st, alt.blues troubadour Dave Arcari hosts a live stream show: The roots of Dave Arcari – that’s from 8pm.
Angus Munro has another of his regular live streams, and this Friday 5th at 7pm he promises a series of 90s bangers (that said, he’s taking requests, so anything could happen). You can find him at facebook.com/angusmunromusic as well as Instagram – @angusmunwhoa.
The Scotsman has been hosting a series of lockdown streams (they kept that quiet) – and the most recent is by Lavania Blackwall, doing a version of ‘Hold On To Your Love‘ from her new solo album ‘Muggington Lane End’. Plenty more of those including C Duncan and Carla J Easton, if you have a browse…
And not a gig as such, but what do you do after seeing a band in Glasgow on a Saturday night? Possibly catch How Does It Feel To Be Loved? The club night has Christopher Geddes out of Belle & Sebastian as guest DJ for its Virtual Dance Party. On Saturday June 6th, 9pm-2am BST, and again from 9.15pm-2.15am EST, the live stream will then rerun from 9.15pm EST for revellers in the US. Live streaming at Mixcloud.