Quick! RM Hubbert and Rick Redbeard are out and about, and the Edinburgh leg of their tour is at the Electric Circus, Monday night.
In Perth on Tuesday, Southern Tenant Folk Union are at the Green Room in Perth, giving album ‘Join Forces’ a push.
And in GLasgow, 26 years after they opened King Tut’s, Martin Stephenson, with Daintees in tow, celebrates 30 years since the release of debut album ‘Boat To Bolivia’.
Doon the road a little, Primal Scream are at Motherwell Concert Hall.
On Wednesday at Perth Ironworks, Primal Scream again. And more for music fans of a ‘certain age’ as Hipsway are together again, playing Edinburgh’s Summerhall. Same town, smaller venue – Skjor plug their new single ‘Self Control’ at Sneaky Pete’s.
Thursday is less packed, leaving the way clear for Modern Studies, who play Summerhall on Thursday night.
Mt. Doubt are at The Vestry in Dundee on Friday, and former Love and Money mainman James Grant plays Irvine’s Harbour Arts Centre. Down the road, the Primals are at Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall.
At Stereo in GLasgow, (ahem) ‘hotly-tipped’ duo Man of Moon while Collapsed Lung are at the Glad Cafe, and James King & the Lone Wolves play Nice’n’Sleazy.
Friday in Aberdeen offers a cerebral choice – Black Grape at the Beach Ballroom, or The Sparrowhawk Orkestrel in O’Neil’s (they’re also at Conroy’s Basement in Dundee on Saturday).
And if we had to choose one Gig of the Week, it’d be St Jude’s Infirmary – reformed for a one-off? They’re at what’ll be a vary packed Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh.
ANd in Stirling on Friday / Saturday, the two-day Strange Behaviours festival at The Tolbooth, with Rick Redbeard, RM Hubbert, HQFU, Pinact and The Cosmic Dead among the acts playing over the two days.
On Saturday in Dumfries, touring musical youth project Hit The Road is at The Stove. In Perth, at the Tulloch Institute Club, The Men They Couldn’t Hang.
Same night, Dave Arcari‘s at Dundee’s Bank Street Gallery. In Dumfermline, at the Alhambra, it’s the Primals.
At Glasgow’s Stereo, Vic Godard with his Subway Sect, and, oddly, The Orb are at SWG3, while Gong play Audio.
Birmingham indie outfit Jaws punt their second album ‘Simplicity’ at King Tuts, Glasgow on Sunday 27th.
In Aberdeen, it’s Rick’n’ Hubby, at the Society of Advocates Loibrary. Oh, and at Rachel Sermanni‘s at the Deeside Inn in Ballater.
And in Dundee, at the Caird Hall, Deacon Blue.