Back at Stereo this weekend for the latest gig in a Threads-packed month. First on was Adam Stafford, who had one of those cunning looping devices – in the manner of KT Tunstall – but produced much less standard sounding music with it. Many of the pieces had complex layers of vocal harmony, not often involving words, but with an amazing range – right up to unearthly shrieks and siren noises in a couple. Each “layer” had an associated range of dance-moves or gestures (not in a really choreographed way, just that it seemed to go with the sounds) so it was like watching a man in the grip of an incredibly well-organised musical multiple-personality disorder (with maybe a wee bit of Tourette’s thrown in). It’s hard to describe – so you should definitely go and see him if you get the chance.