In case you though after a weekend of solid gig-going you got a night, off, far from it. Monday night at the Art School and hot on the heels of Ride, shoegaze legends Slowdive play the Art School.

On Tuesday, modern ska veterans The Hostiles are at Monty’s in Dunfermline, and at the Market Bar in Ayr on Thursday.

On Thursday, Francois and the Atlas Mountains are at Monorail, presumably with product to sell you. In Anstruther, a hometown show of sorts, for Yorkston Thorne Khan.

Also on Thursday, hotly-tipped electropop combo BooHooHoo are at Stero.

On Friday, Pauline Black’s The Selecter are at the O2. And of a similar vinatge but different fighting faction, it’s Showaddywaddy, at Dunfermline’s Alhambra.

Saturday April 1st sees Kid Canaveral and Randolph’s Leap host the fifth incarnation of I Can’t Dance To This Music, at the Classic Grand in Glasgow.
At Fort William’s Crofter Bar, more ska, more of The Hostiles.
In Glasgow, Wojtek The Bear plug fine new single ‘Trivial Pursuit’, and reggae legend (I don’t use the term lightly) Little Roy is at the Rum Shack.

This year it’s the 25th anniversary of Pele’s Fireworks album, and singer Ian Prowse will play the album in full at Cumbernauld’s Weavers on Sat. 1st April (see below!)
In Greenock, The Christians revive their own 80s hits with a show at the Albany Theatre.
And ai the Tooth and CLaw, in Inverness, it’s Maybe We’re Dead Already, and at Falkirk’s Warehouse, The Rezillos.

In Kirkcaldy, Roddy Woomble‘s at the Adam Smith Theatre.
He’s then at the Old Bridge Inn in Aviemore on the following night, Sunday 2nd.
And in Aberdeen, The Rezillos play Aberdeen Aseembly.