Sharon Van Etten | Mon 24 Nov | Manchester Cathedral | £16.50
Singer songwriter hailing from Brooklyn who has supported The National and opened for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

BANKS | Tue 25 Nov | The Ritz | £18.50
American singer songwriter with dark R&B sounds, with influences from Lauryn Hill and Fiona Apple.

Deers | Tue 25 Nov | Castle Hotel | £7
Spanish lo-fi band inspired by their love for contemporary American garage rock.

Mighty Oaks | Wed 26 Nov | Soup Kitchen | £8
German alt-folk band with acoustic guitars and mandolins.

Electric Six | Wed 26 Nov | Gorilla | £12.50
Rock/dance-punk band famed for tracks ‘Gay Bar’ and ‘Danger! High Voltage’.

Richard Lomax & The Tontine | Thu 27 Nov | Strange Brew | Free
Manchester-based omnichord player with sounds of lo-fi surf and sea-shanty style songs launches his debut album ‘Down There for Dancing’, with support from Esper Scout, The Happy Soul and Lisa Marie Glover.

The Lovely Eggs | Thu 27 Nov | Gullivers | £7
Underground punk rock duo singing surreal lyrics about life, with strong recommendations from Huw Stephens. Support comes from Bad Grammar.>

Crazy P | Fri 28 Nov | Gorilla | £12.50
Electronic duo with addictive sounds of disco and house who are known for their live shows and 2011 album ‘Stop Space Return’.

Imelda May | Sat 29 Nov | Albert Hall | £25-29.50
Irish singer-songwriter with sounds of rockabilly and jazz.

Shield Patterns | Sat 29 Nov | Islington Mill | £5
Manchester-based duo who create dark, fragile and rich pop music.

Manchester Psych Fest II 2014 | Sat 29 Nov | Night & Day Cafe | £15
After a successful first event, the festival returns from 3pm and is headlined by CLINIC. Playing alongside are GULP, The Watchmakers plus more, with DJ sets from PINS and Only Joking Records DJs. See our preview here.

Erasure | Sun 30 Nov | 02 Apollo | £35
English synthpop duo famed for tracks ‘Sometimes’, ‘It Doesn’t Have To Be’ and ‘Victim of Love’.

Mon 24 Nov - Sun 30 Nov
Edwina Chan
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