WITH the Fringe Festival just started there will be lots of music in the territory over the coming month. With talent ranging from the sublime to the completely ridiculous, the festival has something to offer everyone, and music is a big part of it. At the Fringe Club on Monday and Tuesday, guitarist Miguel Ayestaran and his group Como No! return with their unique blend of Latin/Hispanic music. Together for less than a year, the band sold out two shows at the Fringe Club in November with their amusing tales of love and woe in a modernising Spain stuck with traditional values. On Tuesday, there's more guitar-driven music as the Hong Kong Folk Society presents RTHK's Marshall Hughes teaming up with John Kennedy, Rob Mannseur, and the band Silk Roots for an evening of traditional folk. But if the Fringe Festival doesn't interest you, there are plenty of other options this week. Tonight: New York-based trumpeter Terumasa Hino, a veteran of the Gil Evans Orchestra and the first Japanese artist to sign with the prestigious Blue Note jazz record label, comes to the Jazz Club, Lan Kwai Fong, for a week-long-engagement accompanied by the Eugene Pao Band from 9:30pm. $250 non-members, $125 members. If you want to start the night early, Hong Kong's premiere reggae band Captain Mabullah play Bahama Mama's happy hour beach party from 6pm to 9pm. Hooray Howard and the Henries play their brand of funky folk at the Wanch from 10pm until late, while soul-jazzers Ube play the LA Cafe from 11.30pm until 3am, no cover. Guitarist William Tang and Helen are at the F-Stop from 10.30pm to 1.30am. Under the banner of All for Mime and Mime for All, the Arts Centre continues its Nescafe Showtime with some quieter than usual entertainment. Every Friday night from 9-10.30, two experienced mime artists, Wong Kwok-chung and Joe Chan, will present different programmes, including mime, mask and 'action art'. Clowning around will be the feature of tonight's performance, with The Red Nose You Like. Tomorrow: Terumasa Hino continues at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Captain Mabullah surface at F-Stop from 10.30pm. At the Wanch it's folk with Sammy during happy hour from 7-9 pm, and then Squinty Backbone from 10pm til late. The Far Out Far East weekly dance fest is at Portico in Central, with DJs Tommy, T-One, Suzy Pote and 'Big Trev' spinning the best in alternative music, from Beck to Nirvana, 11pm to 3.30am, $50. Sunday: More Fringe Festival happenings with original pop from Walk on Water: Songs From Fat City at the Fringe Club, 11pm, no cover. Terumasa Hino at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Captain Mabullah return to Bahama Mama's beach party from 6-9pm. Monday: Miguel Ayestaran and Como No! at the Fringe Club at 9pm. Non-members $80, members $60. Anything can happen with the Musical Mystery Tour at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Tuesday: Miguel Ayestaran and Como No! finish at the Fringe Club, at 9pm. Folk at the Fringe at 7pm. $80 non-members, $60 for members. Terumasa Hino resumes at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Wednesday: At Lan Kwai Fong, Le Bar Bat continues its live music nights with jazz group The Through Train, 10pm to 1am, while Terumasa Hino plays at the Jazz Club from 9.30pm. More jazz at the Furama Hotel in Central as the New Orleans Jazz Quartet play the Godown from 9pm til midnight, no cover. Thursday: Bad Boys Nite Out with Drag On Hard at the Ying Yang, 10pm to 4am, two for one drinks before midnight. Terumasa Hino finishes off his stay at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm, while Ube are at Le Bar Bat from 10pm to 1am.