Buoyed by a recent intimate gig at Glasgow Stereo for 6music, Suede return to a larger stage, for a show at Aberdeen Music Hall, on Monday 13th March.
And Brett and pals revisit Glasgow on Tuesday, this time to play the O2 Academy
Also in town, F*cked Up are at Room 2. Back in Aberdeen, it’s KT Tunstall‘s turn to play the Music Hall.
And Ms Tunstall is, in turn, at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Wednesday 13th.
In Glasgow, Welsh indie veterans The Joy Formidable play King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.
On Thursday, Rachel Sermanni is in Glasgow, albeit on the salubrious southside, for a show at the Glad Café, and at Stereo, it’s former Felt / Denim legend Lawrence with the band formerly know as Go-Kart Mozart – Mozart Estate.
Japanese cyberpunks Psydoll return to Scotland on Friday 17th, they’re at Aberdeen’s Tunnels for a show put on the excellent Interesting Music Promotions (IMP) – Depeche Choad and Autumn Hang are also on the bill.
In Edinburgh, Dancing Mice launch new album ‘Book of Two Factors ‘ at the Traverse Theatre, and in Glasgow, KT Tunstall plays the Armadillo. Also in Glasgow, are Paul Draper (out of Mansun), in solo mode at King Tut’s, veteran post-punks Wasted Youth are at Stereo, and Stiff Little Fingers play the first fo two nights at the Barrowland… yes, it is March 17th…
and on Saturday 18th, the St Patrick’s Day Hangover for Jake Burns and pals, their second SLF night at the Barras.
In Aberdeen, following their recent sellout at that venue, Tom McGuire & the Brassholes hit the north, for a show at Aberdeen’s Tunnels. Psydoll are in Dundee, at Conroy’s Basement; The Go! Team play Edinburgh’s Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, and The Countess of (Fay) Fife appears at the Harbour Arts Centre, in Irvine.
Finally, to Sunday, and Tom McGuire & the Brassholes make their way across the highlands, to The Tooth and Claw in Inverness, and Psydoll play Bannerman’s in Edinburgh.
Glasgow is however the place to be on Sunday 19th – Kerbdog – remember the Kilkenny-based 90s indie metal combo? – are at Glasgow’s Cathouse; The Go! Team are at SWG3; Biig Piig are at King Tut’s; and Steg G is in the perhaps unexpected setting of The Grand Old Opry.