The Family Tree promoters have taken root at Fallow Cafe to deliver a pair of lo-fi indie gigs on consecutive Saturdays this month. Touring acts Dirty Fences and Beach Skulls top the bills, and expect high quality riffage all night long with stellar local supports booked in, while the Fallowfield bar and venue will be the perfect drinking hole to sup and jive.

Dirty Fences, with The Hipshakes
US power poppers Dirty Fences loiter at the melodic, Ramones-esque end of the colourful punk spectrum, intent on moving feet to their rhythms and beats. Fresh from an album launch at Ruby Lounge on Record Store Day, The Hipshakes’ cohort of ramshackle punk ruffians will warm up nicely.
Sat 21 May, 8pm, £5,

Beach Skulls, with Fruit Tones and Os Noctambulos
North West garage rockers Beach Skulls arrive on the crest of the Scouse surf scene to launch their debut LP as adopted Mancs. 1960s Nuggets-era vibes courtesy of Fruit Tones and French Noctambulos rattle the Fallow soundsystem into gear, with DJ sets from the Bleached crew to follow the show.
Sat 28 May, 8pm, £4,

Both at Fallow Cafe, 2A Landcross Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, M14 6NA, Tel: 0161 224 0467

Sat 21 May - Sat 28 May
Ian Pennington
Published on:
Mon 23 May 2016