Oddest gig listing pairing of the week is Monday night in what looks like an Edinburgh double-header.
Electric Eel Shock and Psydoll are in town, but not on the same bill, no – the Japanese noisemongers play Cabaret Voltaire, while their gothic countryfolk are around the corner, at Bannerman’s.

In Glasgow on Monday 25th, York singer-songwriterBenjamin Francis Leftwich is at St Luke’s, and if you fancy some jazz, Tommy Smith plays Perth Theatre.

Benjamin Francis Leftwich is in Edinburgh on Tuesday at The Caves, while LA noise rockers Health are at Glasgow’s CCA.
And at the Royal Concert Hall, it’s the big-on-6music Cinematic Orchestra.

On Wednesday evening, unclassifiable oddball rockers Drenge have a show at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, while at Broadcast, doomy Belgians Whispering Sons, plugging excellent new album ‘Image’.

At the CCA, the excellently=named London post-punk act Sauna Youth, plus Trash Kit.

Thursday night is hiphop night, as Steg G & the Freestyle Master, with Solareye in tow, are at Fairfield Working Men’s Club (that’s in Govan, it seems).
In Dundee, at Caird Hall, former Herman’s Hermit Peter Noone.
Wick’s finest (er…) Neon Waltz are in Edinburgh, at The Mash House.

On Friday, Peter Noone plays Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall and in Edinburgh, Mickey 9s are at Stramash.
Aberdeen has XSLF at The Assembly (given that SLF are also on tour, it’s not quite clear what you get for your money with this one).

Glasgow’s Friday shows include David Thomas Broughtonat the Old Hairdresser’s, Neon Waltz
who play St Luke’s, and at the Barrowland, Solareye plus Steg G & the Freestyle Master.

On Saturday in Glasgow, modern Krautrocker Ulrich Schnauss is at The Art School, and in Hamilton, Big Country play The Town House.
Mickey 9s are in Aberdeen, at The Tunnels, while in Dundee, surely Gig of the Week, with Stoor, who launch their second album ‘Fleam’, at hometown venue Beat Generator.
In Edinburgh, Scouse indiepoppers Clean Cut Kid play The Mash House, while at Teviot Underground, Lux Lives , which is, as far as we can tel, a tribute to Lux Interior / The Cramps.
Also on Saturday, Geordie quartet Dayshifter are at Inverness Tooth and Claw.
On Sunday, not a lot on, but Gig of the Day is surely Aberdeen combo Broadsea, at the Market Bar.