Alt-proggy rock sorts The Mustard Tiger will be live at MK11 on Friday night.
The quintet has a new EP ready to sweeten you up, and will be using footage from this Kiln Farm show for an upcoming video.
Be there for 9pm.
> The Vision are live at The Sunset Lounge in Newport Pagnell this Saturday evening.
The Willen Hospice fundraiser will also feature Curtis Ersser, Final Clearance and The Shamed.
Admission is a fiver on the doors and Mark ‘Scissors’ Green, who used to cut the tunes at Bar Central, will be at the decks.
Check in after 8pm.
>Richard J Birkin will be live at MK Gallery on Saturday evening.
The one-time member of post-hardcore purveyors Crash of Rhinos goes anywhere and everywhere musically – from soundtracks and string quartets to intimate folk songs, ambient soundscapes, instrumentals and post-rock, via a little audio tinkering.
New album Vigils shows the fruits of his labour into string arrangements, a release focusing on the wonder of the human body and the way we break down communication to electrical impulses.
Admit it, you are intrigued...
Kemper Norton is also on the bill, making use of digital and analogue hardware and software, acoustic instruments, field recordings and traditional song to explore neglected or original areas of landscape and folklore.
It’s a blend described as ‘coastal slurtronic folk’.
Admission is a fiver and doors open at 7.30pm.