This Week’s Gigs: 4th – 10th April

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Despite having my grass cut by bigger branded gig guides I’m carrying on with my own for the time being. Support your local shop.

Recent weeks have been fairly quiet, this week is not even slightly quiet.
Monday:
Roddy Woomble. Paisley Arts Centre.
Tuesday:
Washington Irving are off on tour, launching their new single Abbey Gallop.
The Xcerts, The Barents Sea. The Doghouse, Dundee. (Tickets)
Wednesday:
Jonnie Common’s DESKJOB: Album Launch. The Captain’s Rest.
DESKJOB is an album of performances by Meursault, Panda Su, Conquering Animal Sound, eagleowl, Adam Beattie, Iona Marshall, Autistic Angus, The Oates Field, Adam P Gorman and Inspector Tapehead. Nine of them will be playing 2 songs each, in an intimate fashion, at the launch. More details can be found at the link above, as can tickets.
Secret CDs: Birdhead, Polly and the Billets Doux, Sparrahawk, Rosie Nimmo. The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh. £3.
The Xcerts, The Barents Sea. Drummonds, Aberdeen.
Thursday:
Wide Days – full info here.
Does anyone from Dundee read the blog? If you do then may I suggest going to this?
Vendor Defender, Young Aviators. The Captain’s Rest.
Take A Worm… launch their really quite wonderful new album, with a little help from their friends.
Friday:
Futuristic Retro Champions, Little Eskimos, Manda Rin (DJ). The Captain’s Rest.
The final *sniff* Glasgow gig from FRC. Cheap tickets available from their link above.
Scrap Brain, Lady North, Jump: Press A, Hagana. Maggie’s Chambers, Edinburgh.
Controversy causing Edinburgh noiseniks Scrap Brain launch their new single “Nal”, with some ace support bands.
The Late Call, de Selby, Adam Stafford. The Flying Duck.
Supermarionation & others. Box.
Saturday:
Ah Saturday, it has been a wee while since you decided to have a laugh. Back to your old tricks I see.
Frankly looking at this line up I could easily believe it has been put on just for my benefit. It hasn’t though, so you should come along.
Since No dancing finishes at 10pm, I’ll be nicking along the road to this afterwards.
Oh You Dancer Vs Kaskrute, Bloc. 10pm kick off, free entry before 11.
Esperanza, Bombskare. Stereo.
Esperanza launch their debut album, Permanent Ska.
Sunday:
Words Per Minute 11. The Arches, 4pm.
As always find all the info over at the Words Per Minute website and the Facebook page above.
If memory serves me correctly this is only Trapped Mice’s second Glasgow gig. The first one was put one by this really halfwitted guy that doesn’t really know what he is doing.
Brain Burner: Wounded Knee, Muris, theapplesofenergy, Iliop. The Liquid Ship. Free.
The Late Call, The Japanese War Effort, The Wee Rogue. The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh.
Remember you can submit a gig for inclusion on the guide by emailing details to gigs@ayetunes.org.uk, full details are on the Submissions page up the top.

Comments

  1. Aw MAN, I might actually get to a WPM for the first time ever. Loving being an office girl.

  2. Jim says:

    I’ve not been to one in ages, they keep happening when I’ve ran out of money. Hating being a jobless bum.

  3. CRAIG says:

    I’m going to the Two Winners show, should be amazing and means I can finally pick up the Scottish Enlightenment’s album. I’ve never heard Mitchell Museum or Dormant Figure so that should be interesting as well

  4. Jim says:

    Ah, excellent Craig! Haven’t heard Dormant Figure myself either, but love Mitchell Museum. Enjoy.