Some minor legends visiting Scotland this week, starting with Mercury Rev – they’re at the Lemon Tree in Aberdeen on Monday 20th, followed by a show at Edinburgh’s La Belle Angele on Tuesday 21st.

On Tuesday, Sun Kil Moon play Glasgow’s St Lukes and on the same night the Melvins are at SWG3

Paws are on a tour of Scotland – they’re at Conny’s Basement in Dundee on Wednesday, Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree on Thursday and on Friday it’s Summerhall in Edinburgh. Then, Saturday sees them at Stereo in Glasgow.

Sinderins play Hootenany in Inverness on Wednesday, and on Thursday, they’re at Cafe Drummond in Aberdeen.

Also on Thursday, Blizzards are at Hootenany in Inverness, and in Edinburgh, The Deadly Winters play Henry’s.
In Dundee, Rab Noakes is at Clarks on Lindsay St, and in GLasgow, the big hitters compete for your presence – Mull Historical Society are at King Tut’s and St Etienne are at the Art School. But the most intriguing show may be at St Lukes, where Skinner – Grahame Skinner out of Hipsway and recent Grand Gesture – plays songs from his Sinatra covers album ‘Water Town’, originally a 1969 concept album by Ol’ Blue Eyes.

So to Saturday, and in Inverness, Vukovi play Ironworks.
Meanwhile, hip hop legends De La Soul are at Kelvingrove Bandstand