As ever, there’s a show that will be starting any moment now. Japanese noisenicks Mono are at Glasgow’s Oran Mor, any time now (i.e. Monday 3rd).

On Tuesday in Edinburgh at the Picturehouse it’s Gary Numan, as part of his Dead Moon Falling tour.

On Wed 5th, Hooky and The Light doing Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures at Dundee’s Fat Sam’s.

Or more revivalism with Mission of Burma at Mono, with support from ex-Dananananaykroyders Ex-Teens.

On Thursday, Shed 7 are at the Glen Pavilion or Rezillos at PJ Molloy’s

Friday sees St Deluxe at Glasgow’s Nice’n’Sleazy, most likely launching their new album Born Into Flame.

In Aberdeen, X-certs at Tunnels on Saturday 8th

The Damned are at Edinburgh Picturehouse on Sunday, celebrating 35 years of Damned Damned Damned (er, I thought they did this last year, or was that the 34th anniversary?

The Machine Room are at Edinburgh’s Summerhall on Sunday, while Mull Historical Society play King Tut’s on Sunday night – a request show, I seem to recall.

In Dunfermline, in an improbable run of 3 gigs in a week, RM Hubbert is at the Jam Jar

Finally, French electro-troubadour Sebastian Tellier brings his Gallic sleaze (apparently) to Glasgow’s Arches, with support from local duo Let’s Talk About Space – that’s on Sunday.