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Unmissable stuff for the next couple of weeks as The St Pierre Snake Invasion and Cassels hit the road together. See them in Bristol, Brighton, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Oxford and Nottingham.

The first-ever Liverpool Psychedelic Society event is happening at the Craft Taproom on Thursday. Black Doldrums headline, with support from the Society’s resident bands, Thee Lucifer Sams and The Shadow Kabinet. Free entry.

Some Weird Sin are celebrating their seventh anniversary on Friday with a postpunk special, featuring High-Vis, Butterflies on Pins, REAL(s) and Modern Literature.

Fuzzy AF is back on Saturday with music from Calva Louise, CLT DRP, Pet Crow, Dirty and Noise Noir. Free entry.

Fake Turins have a single launch at the Victoria on Friday.

234 Fest this weekend in Brighton boasts some really good stuff, including Cannibal Animal, Dead Naked Hippies and Witch Fever. Free entry.

Møl are part of the Rivers of Nihil tour that reaches the UK this week, playing in Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester and London.

THU 26 SEP / Black Doldrums @ Craft Taproom – Liverpool

FRI 27 SEP / SWS is 7 @ Nambucca – London

FRI 27 SEP / Fake Turins @ The Victoria – London

SAT 28 SEP / Calva Louise @ The Engine Rooms – London

SAT 28 SEP / Cassels tour

SAT 28 SEP / 234 Fest @ The Green Door Store – Brighton

SUN 29 SEP / Møl tour

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