This Week’s Gigs: 4th – 10th October

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

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

Tuesday:
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.

Wednesday:
Kochka, Laurel Collective, The Dirty Demographic and I Like Where I Live. Captain’s Rest.
Thursday:
Aspen Tide. BOX. Free.
Friday:
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.
Panda Su, Rachel Sermanni. Bloc. Free.
Mice Parade, Silje Nes, Yahweh. Stereo. £8.50 advance, £10 on the door.
Saturday:
Pretty Ugly. The Admiral.
This month the Pretty Ugly club night adopts a Mad Men theme, with guest DJ Lou Hickey.
Sunday:

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.