This week we've been busy catching Jeffrey Lewis at Scala and The Loose Salute at the Barfly, whilst reminiscing over summer's festivals gone with the LoveBox CD - and you can win one for yourself here.
Looking ahead to this week, and Dallas power pop rockers Forever The Sickest Kids play the Underworld on Monday night for fans of Fall Out Boy and Blink 182. Tickets are £7.50 each. Alternatively for those of more urban standing, Ne-Yo plays Hammersmith Apollo - tickets are between £28.50 and £35 each.
Tuesday's pick is NME favourites Glasvegas who play a (well and truly) sold out show at Scala. Hotly tipped Vancouver, Canada foursome Ladyhawk play the Brixton Windmill - tickets are £5 each but going quickly.
Leeds shoegazers iLikeTrains play 229 on Great Portland Street on Wednesday night - tickets are £6 each. Meanwhile, The Paddingtons play their paint-by numbers indie rock at the Camden Barfly - tickets are £7 each.
Swedish punk rockers Millencolin play the Astoria 2 on Thursday night - tickets are £16 each. Meanwhile, if you want something a bit more traditional indie rock then Wilmington, Delaware's The Spinto Band play the Borderline - tickets are £9 each.
To round out the week, why not catch Australian electro synth rockers Midnight Juggernauts at ULU on Friday night? Tickets are £10 each. Alternatively, the gorgeous Union Chapel plays host to David Ford's acoustic indie tunes - tickets are £12.50 each.
We always recommend ethical gig trading site Scarlet Mist as your first port of call for tickets particularly when they're sold out, so check them out and beat the touts. Failing that Gumtree is always a friend.
Photo of Forever The Sickest Kids comes from their myspace profile.