Last tickets remain to catch Japanese psych-rock outfit Acid Mothers Temple at Deaf this week. Originally titled the ‘Acid Mothers Temple soul-collective and encompassing musicians, dancers, artists, farmers, channellers, ex-yakuza, mermaid researchers and professional vagrants’, the experimental cohort formed in 1995 by Kawabata Makoto. In the two decades since, the group have seen off over one hundred releases, countless side projects and spin-offs whilst still maintaining their unique and energetic sonic signature.

Fri 9 Nov, Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE. Tel: 0161 276 9350, 7pm, £13.50,

Fri 9 Nov
Rich Holmes
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Sat 6 Oct 2018