This week sees another burst of activity from the select bunch of acts who played our Wide Days music industry convention in April.
In Glasgow fearsome electronic trio Roman Nose will be shaking up Stereo on Thursday [October 17] night for the release of their new EP, which features the amazing tracks Bombers and Coming For You. The gig is being filmed for a video so everyone is being asked to bring a mask.
Support is courtesy of our friend Shona McGuire, aka Plum, and Ladytron's Marnie on DJ duties.
Also on tonight are Saint Max & The Fanatics, who are playing a free gig at Henry's in Edinburgh to launch their debut album, Saint Max Is Missing And The Fanatics Are Dead, which is released on Armellodie Records on Monday. The band play Glasgow's Old Hairdressers on Friday night.
On the subject of Wide Days acts and new releases, we made Honeyblood's debut single Bud track of the month in The Scotsman and were pleased to see that The List agreed. And listen out for the second half of Washington Irving's Palomides album, which is out on November 4 and is titled Palomides II.
Next week check out Siobhan Wilson supporting Sam Amidon at Glasgow's Mono on October 23. Here are some pictures of her amazing gig at the Pleasance Sessions last weekend.