Either this is a quiet week, or I'm missing loads. My wallet hopes it is quiet, I could do with saving some money.
FOUND launch their new album Factorycraft. As I write this there are a mere three tickets left, so if you don't have one go here, quickly!
Julia and the Doogans. Mono. Free Entry.
Launch gig for Birdhead's new EP, Talons.
I'd rather be brutally assaulted, it would be less painful. 4DayWeekend aren't awful, to be fair. Toploader are though.
Another splendid Barmellodie line up. Super Adventure Club will be playing all of Chalk Horror, free entry before 11pm, which is when the first band is due on stage. Originally I was special guest DJ for this, but the Armellodie crew were so terrified of my skills that they added a fourth band instead of having me play records.
The Afghan Whigs are one of my favourite ever bands, The Twilight Singers carry on their legacy wonderfully.
Vivian Girls frontwoman Cassie Ramone teams up with Woods bassist Kevin Morby to form lo-fi supergroup The Babies. Excellent supports too.
The Last Battle. Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore.
The Last Battle. Musa, Aberdeen.