Gigs aplenty this week, and the fun starts now…
On Tuesday 4th, just ahead of their album with Dominic Waxing Lyrical, classical crossover troupe Mr Mcfall’s Chamber play Innerleithen Memorial Hall.
Crusty punk veterans New Model Army are at The Garage in Glasgow, and Invernesian band of brothers Ded Rabbit have a show at The Hug and Pint.
On Wednresday, Pulled Apart By Horses bring the rock to GLasgow, at King Tut’s
Thursday 6th sees Foreignfox and Mt. Doubt play Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh, while in Inverness, Lloyd Cole is at Eden Court Theatre.
On Friday 7th, what’s left of The Who play Glasgow Hydro, Glasgow while in Edinburgh, Ded Rabbit are at The Mash House, and Lloyd Cole heads north to Aberdeen for the Lemon Tree.
In Dundee Mt. Doubt and Foreignfox launch their split single at Beat Generator (see below), while in Arbroath, at The Cliffburn Hotel, local-ish (Perth/Dundee) act The Ground We Tread.
On Saturday 8th, Lloyd Cole plays Dundee’s Gardyne Theatre, while the roving shop that is Scottish Fiction Records heads to Glasgow, where Nice N Sleazy hosts the Glasgow leg of the Foreignfox and Mt. Doubt single roadshow.
Also in Glasgow, at Sloans, very fine, if less than cheery sounds from Cold in Berlin, and in Kirkcaldy, Electric Honey signings Shambolics are at The Duchess.
On Sunday, and plugging a rather decent new album, British Sea Power play The Liquid Room in Edinburgh, UK
At Stereo in Glasgow, the noughties revival continues, with My Vitriol, while Lloyd Cole steps further back in time – with a Retrospective show from Lloyd Cole at The Albany Theatre in Greenock.
Finally for Sunday and indeed this week, ska from The Hostiles at the Station House, in Annan.