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Fans of Canadian art-rockers Deliluh have a few chances to see the band in the UK this week, with gigs in Coventry, London, Margate, Nottingham and Manchester. Particularly keep an eye out for the Shacklewell Arms show on the 8t, which sees a very international lineup of Deliluh alongside arty Rotterdam types Lewsberg and extremely catchy Brooklyn band The Wants.

Surf-rockers Enemy of the People are releasing debut album Outsider with a launch event at Paper Dress Vintage on Saturday night. Support from Dead Coast, The Pink Diamond Revue and Black Calavera, plus Las Titis on DJ duty.

Permanent Creeps host a strong night of live music at The Old Blue Last on Friday, featuring BDRMM, Truman Dinosaur, Afghan Sand Gang and Sunnbrella.

Rising Northampton rapper Slowthai starts his 99p tour this week with shows in Ramsgate, Wolverton, Cardiff, Leeds, Edinburgh and South Shields.

Get down and dirty with Glaswegian vegan (Glasvegan??) punk rockers Acid Cannibals in Newcastle, Brighton and Margate.

Cabbage continue their tour in Leeds, Leicester and Glasgow this week. Different supports at each venue but all worth getting there early for.

WED 08 MAY / Cabbage @ Brudenell Social Club – Leeds

WED 08 MAY / Deliluh @ The Shacklewell Arms – London

THU 09 MAY / Slowhai @ Temple Of Boom – Leeds

FRI 10 MAY / BDRMM @ The Old Blue Last – London

FRI 10 MAY / Acid Cannibals @ The Cluny 2 – Newcastle Upon Tyne

SAT 11 MAY / Enemy Of The People @ Paper Dress Vintage – London

Cover photo: Deliluh from facebook Download

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