Time once again to take a quick tour of some gigs coming up that we think you might like. And maybe a few you won't.
Friday: Henry Rollins is back to celebrate 25 years of speaking not shouting at Hammersmith, and although sold out, it's well worth trying to find a way in, since the great man's one of life's true raconteurs and very very funny.
Alternatively Kaibosh are at The Spread Eagle in Shoreditch, along with some grand new material. They're on at 11 after Penny’s Lovecupboard and Pop Gang. Its £4 to get in and stays open till 3. We should be bringing you some new material from them soon.
Friday's turning out to be a busy one. If you haven't yet entered our Lucky Soul competition then you should. And then go and see them at One Flyover a Cockoo’s Nest in Notting Hill
Sunday: sees Misterlee (plus These New Puritans; Jesus Licks; Adam de Gruchy) headline Stolen Nights at The Spitz, 109 Commercial St. Doors are 6.30pm and it's free. Take your Mum, she'll love it. No, really, she'll love it.
Tuesday: surprisingly there are still tickets available for Nada Surf at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Ten years and six albums down the line, last year's The Weight Is A Gift, was a gentle consistent pleasure.
Wednesday: slightly scuzzy Brighton rock combo Clearlake seem to be making a bit of a name for themselves out there, and drop in for a few tunes at the 100 Club.