Avant-garde pop group Animal Collective make a rare stop-off in Manchester this week, playing The Warehouse Project’s Victoria Warehouse on Thursday 8 November. The quartet, based in New York, Washington DC and Lisbon, are touring Centipede Hz, their tenth studio album in a career spanning twelve years. While the record has receive mixed reviews, the Animal Collective live spectacle should not be missed – often featuring hypnotic lighting and levels of euphoria close to a full-blown rave. So it’s apt that The Warehouse Project are hosting this outing – their first here in almost four years. Support comes from Brooklyn psychedelic two-piece Prince Rama.

Thu 8 Nov, Victoria Warehouse, Trafford Park Road, M17 1AB, Tel: 0161 660 7000, 7pm – 11pm, £18.50 adv, www.skiddle.com

Thu 8 Nov
Chris Horkan
Published on:
Tue 6 Nov 2012