JUDGING by the drop in temperature, we are well and truly in the grips of winter now.

The long hot days of summer have faded into memory and so there's really one way to get that live music buzz back: a week of tremendous gigs from the Scottish music scene.

If you didn't manage to catch any of these acts at a festival this year, you can make it up to yourself by popping into a show over the next few days.

Head along to The Hug and Pint in Glasgow tomorrow to catch London trio False Heads, with some support slots from Everyday Pharaohs and The Musicians of Bremen (Buy tickets HERE).

The mighty Voodoos also play King Tut's tomorrow evening, though the event is already SOLD OUT.

Daytime TV also kickstart their four-date Scottish tour on Thursday night with their set at The Liquid Room (Buy tickets HERE) before heading to The Ironworks in Inverness (Buy tickets HERE) and their sold-out back-to-back shows at King Tut's on Saturday and Sunday.

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: Daytime TV at TRNSMT. Picture by Diana DumitrescuDaytime TV at TRNSMT. Picture by Diana Dumitrescu

Singer-songwriter Andrew Dickson will be live on Friday night for his show at King Tut's, with konner also on the bill (Buy tickets HERE).

Saturday is a busy one across the country, with Tom McGuire & The Brassholes taking to the stage at The Drygate, with support coming from kitti (Waiting list HERE).

On the same night, over in Edinburgh, the amazing Brooke Combe plays The Mash House with support from Nicky Lipp (Buy tickets HERE).

Elsewhere in the capital, you can catch Admiral Fallow, with support from Broken Chanter, at Summerhall (Buy tickets HERE). The former also have shows in Dunfermline, Stirling and Aberdeen set for later in November, with two shows at St Luke's next month.

Edinburgh continues to give with Black Cat Bone playing The Voodoo Rooms, with support from Have Mercy Las Vegas, William Douglas and Eugene Ripper (Buy tickets HERE).

Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser: Black Cat Bone at Vibration Festival. Picture by Iain Smith/The WeekenderBlack Cat Bone at Vibration Festival. Picture by Iain Smith/The Weekender

There are also just a handful of tickets left for the wonderful Stevie McCrorie at Alloa Town Hall on Saturday, with Kieran Fisher from TONTO and Carly Connor also on the bill (Buy tickets HERE).

Rianne Downey also has two shows next week with Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh, on Tuesday (Buy tickets HERE) and the Tunnels, Aberdeen on Wednesday (Buy tickets HERE).

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