There's a good couple of clashes afoot and some shows have sold out. But it just wouldn't be Gigs of the Week if we didn't tempt you with them all.
"Milk Teeth brought the evening to a close with a tight set." Harriet Taylor enjoyed a holistically satisfying evening, headlined by Milk Teeth.
Mid-November and the gigs are coming thick and fast. Be there or be, well, somewhere else less rewarding. Welcome to Gigs of the Week.
"This is a band that epitomises the unexpected." Harriet Taylor previews energetic Atlanta experimentalists, the Black Lips at The Fleece.
Milk Teeth are heading to Exchange, with a self-care session for ticketholders beforehand (and self-care for the ears afterwards. Harriet Taylor previews.
"The sheer intensity of their performance only amplified the importance of their message." Harriet Taylor reviews Petrol Girls at Exchange.
"There’s no smoothing down the edges on this music; whatever cuts is intentional." Harriet Taylor previews Petrol Girls at Exchange.
Three bands, co-headliners and a 10pm curfew. An impressive feat. Harriet Taylor and Craig Simmonds review Laura Jane Grace and Frank Iero.
Harriet Taylor previews Laura Jane Grace and Frank Iero's co-headline performance at the O2 Academy on Friday night. Are you ready?
"‘Death Drop’ hurtled into action. It’s a piece that’s arguably as terrifying as its name would suggest." Harriet Taylor reviews Blanck Mass at Rough Trade.