Monday, 4 October 2010

This Week's Gigs: 4th - 10th October

Running a day behind again this week, so let's just get on with it.

Sparrow and the Workshop, Kitty The Lion. King Tut's.
Good stuff all round.

Yahweh, The Seventeenth Century. Bloc. Free.
Fresh from their album launch last week 45 A-Sides Records are invading Bloc's Slow Club this week, and bringing with them a pair of fantastic bands. This also gives me a chance to remind you that tickets are on sale now for AVP3, featuring The Seventeenth Century, links and details here.

Kochka, Laurel Collective, The Dirty Demographic and I Like Where I Live. Captain's Rest.

Aspen Tide. BOX. Free.

So far the week has been reasonably simple, so OF COURSE Friday just had to have a ton of gigs to throw a spanner in the works.
Zoey Van Goey, The Seventeenth Century. Paisley Arts Centre. £8/£6
Second in the Paisley Underground series of gigs, with the excellent Zoey Van Goey and the handsome and dashing Seventeenth Century. Did I mention AVP3? Oh, I did.

Elba Sessions Birthday. the Liquid Ship. Free.
Our pals over at Elba Sessions celebrate their first birthday with a cracking wee gig. Moving from the usual Thursday night slot to Friday this month they've roped in a host of excellent artists and bands to play, with Paul McLinden, Jonathan Sebastian Knight, Yusuf Azak, Julia and the Doogans and Cuddly Shark making sure it'll be a birthday to remember.

Mice Parade, Silje Nes, Yahweh. Stereo. £8.50 advance, £10 on the door.

Pretty Ugly. The Admiral.
This month the Pretty Ugly club night adopts a Mad Men theme, with guest DJ Lou Hickey.

There are much, much worse ways to finish off your weekend than with a dose of Woodenbox. They are playing all sorts of other places this week and through October too, click the poster above to make it bigger and find out where.