Hitlist - the best gigs

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Hitlist - the best gigs

Acoustic Ladyland Pete Wareham’s genius punk jazz quartet return with a breathtaking live album in tow. Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh, Mon 8 Oct. (Rock & Pop, Jazz)

Oxjam A whole month of fine music in aid of Oxfam including local heroes We Were Promised Jetpacks and Isosceles in Glasgow on Fri 5. See listings for full details. Various venues, various dates. (Rock & Pop)

The Enemy, Lethal Bizzle and The Wombats He's loved by the indie kids because he's smarter than your average MC. Barrowland, Glasgow, Fri 5 Oct. SOLD OUT (Rock & Pop)

Fribo and Auvo Quartet These bands produce a furious fusion of Nordic and celtic sounds to produce something truly original music. Leith Folk Club, Edinburgh, Sun 14 Oct; Universal, Glasgow, Mon 15 Oct. (Folk)

Ani DiFranco and Hamell on Trial A double bill to be reckoned with of distinct songwriters who trade in very different styles: bruised, acoustic blues and satirical, agit folk. ABC, Glasgow, Sun 7 Oct. (Rock & Pop)

Spies in the Wires Spies go out with a bang in the esteemed company of London electro-muppets Trash Fashion (who also turn up at Pop Shop in Glasgow the night after). Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh. Thu 11 Oct. (Rock & Pop)

Mental Health Awareness Month A month long season of events raising awareness about mental health issues. The musical festivies kick off with a show starring BMX Bandits, Norman Blake, Billy Boyd’s band Beecake and more. See listings for more details. The Loft, Glasgow, Fri 12 Oct. (Rock & Pop)

Auvo Quartet

Band at the forefront of the new Nordic scene with members hailing from various UK and Scandinavian locations.

Spies In The Wires

If it isn't a raucous fare-thee-well as Trash Fashion take to the stage and Dogtooth to the booth for one last Spies before the club joins Clash! to make Milk.

Acoustic Ladyland and White Heath

Genre-defying jazz line-up, featuring award-winning saxophonist Pete Wareham, shock-haired drumming powerhouse Seb Rochford and creative keyboardist Tom Cawley, drawing inspiration from the likes of Hendrix, Gang of Four, Coltrane and Monk.

The Wombats

Perky Scousers known for indie rock hits 'Let's Dance to Joy Division' and 'Moving To New York'.

Oxjam Music Festival

Oxfam's most ambitious music festival, with hundreds of small events competing to be shown on MTV as part of their 'get seen, get heard' campaign.

Oxjam: The Littlest Festival Night

With Grace Emily, Gavin McGinty, Non Zero, Cole Appleyard and 3 Times Round.

Ani DiFranco

Indulgently quirky American singer/songwriter.

Acoustic Ladyland, Sonsie Collective and Das Contras

Genre-defying jazz line-up, featuring award-winning saxophonist Pete Wareham, shock-haired drumming powerhouse Seb Rochford and creative keyboardist Tom Cawley, drawing inspiration from the likes of Hendrix, Gang of Four, Coltrane and Monk.

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