You might need a Tardis to catch some of the shows on our ever-tardy list, but here’s what we have for you…

On Tuesday 31st former Geneva frontman Andrew Montgomery is in Dundee, at Beat Generator.

On Wednesday, Stanley Odd play Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh – they’re at Broadcast in Glasgow the following night – and at PJ Molloys in Dunfermline, it’s Maps of Michigan – who are at the Green Room in Perth the following night.

Speaking of Thursday, Ghostpoet is at Edinburgh’s Electric Circus…

On Friday, Andrew Montgomery continues his tour with a show at Ironworks in Inverness. Part of the regular Unknown Pleasures nights, support comes from Michael Cassidy, plus local indie chancers Searching for Donkeys and Highland singer/songwriter, Hollie Atkinson. The following night, Saturday, Andrew Montgomery is at the Old Bridge Inn in Aviemore.

S T E M S – a trio including Diana de Cabarrus aka Candythief – play at Limbo, at the Voodoo rooms on Saturday 4th. On the same bill, Neil Pennycook – the artist formerly known as Mersault – is playing his first show with his new band Supermoon.

In Aberdeen, on Saturday at Cellar 35, a fundraiser for Maggie’s Cancer Care includng Ed Muirhead, whose album ‘Day Job’ wil be out at the start of May

Finally, Sunday sees another couple of album launches – Sacred Paws are at the Langside Halls in Glasgow celebrating the release of their ‘Six Songs’ EP on Rock Action. Finally, on Sunday, Blueflint are at Edinburgh Voodoo Rom, launching their third album.