Toro Y Moi | Mon 6 Apr | Sound Control | £12
American producer touring in support of his fourth studio album. His sounds have varied from electronic, to synthpop, funk and disco. See our preview here.
Jessica Pratt | Tue 7 Apr | Night & Day | £9
American singer-songwriter involved in the “freak folk” movement (folk that incorporates the avant-garde, baroque pop and psychedelia).
Moon Duo | Wed 8 Apr | Islington Mill | £10
Duo whose new records boasts drone-heavy psychedelic riffs. See our preview here.
Hartheim | Wed 8 Apr | Soup Kitchen | £4
Manchester-based post-punk band.
Beach Baby | Thu 9 Apr | Eagle Inn | £3
London-based band with sounds of droney, dreamy pop.
Simple Minds | Fri 10 Apr | O2 Apollo | £39.50-49.50
Scottish new wave band known for tracks such as “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” and “Alive and Kicking”.
I Am Kloot | Fri 10 Apr | Albert Hall | £20
Rock band hailing from Manchester.
Balthazar | Fri 10 Apr | The Deaf Institute | £7
Belgian indie pop group.
Seastick Steve | Sat 11 Apr | O2 Apollo | £29.50
American blues musician.
Duke Garwood | Sat 11 Apr | The Deaf Institute | £10
London-based instrumentalist with jazz-tinted blues sounds. See our preview here.
Girl Friend | Sat 11 Apr | The Ruby Lounge | £6.50
Manchester-based band responsible for lush songwriting.
Black Yaya | Sat 11 Apr | Soup Kitchen | £7.50
One half of Herman Dune with sounds dubbed as “sexy electro”.
Published on: Sun 5 Apr 2015
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