THERE are plenty of acts to catch around Scotland over the next week or so, starting with an action-packed Thursday night in Glasgow.

An outrageous offering of tunes, the big smoke is arguable the place to be this evening, whatever your musical taste.

Having recently wowed audiences across the UK, VUKOVI hit the stage at St Luke's for a bit of homecoming show this evening, supported by Press to Meco and Delaire the Liar.

Bolstered by the recent success of singles HURT, KILL IT and SLO - as well as the disappointment of missing out on playing TRNSMT recently - VUKOVI are likely to blow the roof of the 600-cap venue.

Elsewhere, at 13th Note, there is an impressive line-up of talent with Fake Lips, Blue Nicotine, Jodie Rae and TYL.

A perfect opportunity to catch a quartet of up-and-coming acts for only a few bucks.

Across the city, Dogtooth (pictured below) will be hosting their single launch gig at Nice 'n' Sleazy.

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: Dogtooth performing at Sound City Liverpool last monthDogtooth performing at Sound City Liverpool last month

The three-piece will be ably supported on the night by The Streams and PRIMES.

Irish-born Megan O'Neill is also set to continue her UK tour this evening with a set at King Tut's with Mark Caplice opening.

It's not all happening in Glasgow tonight, though, with a couple of eye-catching shows in the capital to entice the live music fan.

The Solid Bond will take to the stage at Sneaky Pete's this evening, supported by Super Moons and Speaky Easy Circus.

Also hitting the stage in Edinburgh tonight is The Mysterines (pictured below) for their sold-out show at The Mash House.

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: The Mysterines on stage at Sound City LiverpoolThe Mysterines on stage at Sound City Liverpool

The Liverpool-based quartet were a welcome addition to TRNSMT this summer and can boast an impressive support band for their Edinburgh show in the form of the mighty Dead Pony.

On Friday, East Lothian's The Rah's play a sold-out gig at Broadcast in support of their debut album When Does it Become Real? They will be supported by Crashkid! and Leaving Bordeaux.

Into the weekend and the shows keep coming. First up is a brand new live music initiative sponsored by Edinburgh-based Vauly City Brewing. The New Noise venture will see a number of King Tut's shows starting with The Van T's (pictured) on Saturday.

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: The Van T's performing at King Tut's in January 2020The Van T's performing at King Tut's in January 2020

The four-piece will be supported by Pretty Preachers Club, Slix, Autobahn 86 and She, along with and Leeds bands L'Objectif and Treeboy & Arc

Veteran folk band The Waterboys also take to the stage at the Barrowlands on Friday and Saturday.

The stage is also set for Connor Fyfe (pictured) to finally play his sold-out show at King Tut's on Halloween 

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: Connor Fyfe performing at Sound City LiverpoolConnor Fyfe performing at Sound City Liverpool

The teenager played Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee as part of this tour this month and recently announced gigs for Galashiels and Dunfermline in the new year.

Holly Humberstone is also on tour this week and will be stopping off at King Tut's on Tuesday night (Nov 2) for a sold-out show with support from Dylan Fraser.

And on the same night, October Drift (pictured) will play The Mash House with support from Polly.

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: October Drift at King Tut's in February 2020October Drift at King Tut's in February 2020

There is also much more to come next month, with the likes of Enter Shikari, Voodoos, Daytime TV, Brooke Combe and more preparing for sets across the country.




VUKOVI at St Luke's -

Fake Lips at 13th Note​

Dogtooth at Nice 'n' Sleazy -

Megan O'Neill at King Tut's -

The Solid Bond at Sneaky Pete's​

The Mysterines + Dead Pony at The Mash House - SOLD OUT

The Rah's at Broadcast - SOLD OUT

The Waterboys at the Barrowlands -

The Van T's (New Noise) at King Tut's -

Connor Fyfe at King Tut's - SOLD OUT

Holly Humberstone at King Tut's - SOLD OUT

October Drift at The Mash House -