Manchester Scenewipe know how to party, having promoted some of the best independent music and events in Manchester for the past three years. Taking over two Northern Quarter venues with a full line-up of live music and DJs until 3am, this all-day-and-night show called All Killer, All Dayer looks like a party and a half. Patterns recently took their DIY electronica set to Bestival. Returning to Manchester for their first show in months, this is your chance to hear material from their debut album, out on Melodic soon. They will be joined at Soup by garage pop band Sex Hands. Kraak Gallery plays host to lo-fi duo Brown Brogues plus Leeds hardcore band Eagulls, and the shoegaze two-piece Weird Era. There will also be art, merchandise and some special giveaways. All of the proceeds go to the charity Mental Health Research UK.

Sat 22 Sep, Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, M1 1DF, Tel: 0161 236 5100 and Kraak, 11 Stevenson Square, M1 1DB, noon – 3am, £8,

Sat 22 Sep
Zach Roddis
Published on:
Mon 10 Sep 2012