Skates on, hankies at the ready – John Knox Sex Club‘s last show is at Glasgow’s Hug and Pint on Monday 6th March. Support comes from Cutty’s Gym.
On Tuesday at Aberdeen’s Garage, Little Kicks are there along with White Lies.
Yer Kicks play Glasgow’s Hug and Pint on Friday, and Edinburgh’s Voodoo Room on Saturday, while the Lies (as they’re not known) will be at Edinburgh, Potterrow on Wednesday.
And Wednesday is International Women’s Day, and this is commemorated in several places. None more than in Aberdeen where an Interesting Promotions gig at Tunnels welcomes Bdy_PRTS, Katie Ailes, Kathryn Joseph, Sacred Paws, and The Lovely Eggs.
And Paper Rifles – featuring former Curators frontman Jon Dick – are (is) at Bar Bloc in Glasgow.
Thursday sees punk veterans The Strangers play the Beach Ballroom – and Dunfermline Alhambra the following night i.e. Friday.
In Dundee, Paper Rifles play Conroy’s Basement, and at Bannerman’s in Edinburgh on Friday.
In Edinburgh, dub legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry plays La Belle Angele.
In Glasgow, Thula Borah are at the O2 ABC2.
It’s a busy week in Aberdeen for sure. On Friday Lee Perry is at the Lemon Tree. (He’s also at Inverness Ironworks on Saturday).
At Boat of Garten Community Hall by Aviemore, Kathryn Joseph continues her Highland jaunt, and she’s also at Tain’s Seaboard Memorial Hall on Saturday.
In Glasgow on Friday, Vitalic play SWG3, and Vukovi launch their self-titled new album at King Tut’s.
On to Saturday 11th, and Roddy Woomble is at Greenock’s Beacon Arts Centre.
Jamie and Shoony are at Bathgate Purple Orange (another new venue on us).
Finally, on Sunday, Elbow are at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.
Founding member Page Hamilton brings Helmet to Glasgow’s Cathouse to punt new album ‘Bad News’. The Alasdair Roberts Trio plays the Glad Cafe, and former American Music Club leader Mark Eitzel is in the intimate surroundings of the Admiral Bar.