Gigs for the week, in a guide format. I’m quite short on witty banter this week. No change there then.
The Japanese War Effort. Mono. Free.
As well as being half of Conquering Animal Sound, an Inverness fan and very tall, The Japanese War Effort is also ace. Free entry too, bonus.
UPDATE: This has been cancelled, so don’t go.
The Seventeenth Century. Mono. Free.
If you don’t know what I think of the Seventeenth Century by now you just haven’t been paying attention. I think they’ll be playing a bit more stripped back than usual for this gig.
Pop Goes The Revolution Live: Skinny Villains, Napoleon In Rags, Male Pattern Band, Butterflies on Strings. Captain’s Rest.
A wee bit of free acoustic fun at The Free Hetherington. I’ve said free too much now.
Nevada Base, Alpine Ski Champion. Nice n Sleazy.
Literary Death Match. The Arches.
Not a gig, but likely to be good and I don’t just do music. Especially when it means I can sneak in a plug for Cargo Publishing. More details on Facebook.
Pianos Become The Teeth, Your Neighbour The Liar, Departures, Suis La Lune, Notebooks. Nice N Sleazy.
First band on at 11, free before 12, carnage till 3.
Record Store Day! Info on instores etc will be in a separate post on Monday.
A very special one off full band reunion for Popcorn Fiend, to celebrate the launch of their new EP.
Admittedly it is a bit unlikely I’ll have any Londoners looking at the blog for something to do on Saturday, but worth a try.
Aperture, Last Minute Glory, Animal Passion, Lost Weekend, New Addiction. Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh.
Wrongnote, Monstro. Nice N Sleazy.