Steve Gunn | Mon 8 Apr | Deaf Institute | £12
Folk rock singer songwriter formerly of Kurt Vile’s group ‘The Violators’, whose most recent release The Unseen in Between uses elements of Americana and ’60s pop.
Yak | Tue 9 Apr | Yes | £12
London alt-rock trio with their distinctive style of scuzzy-psychedelic-grunge. Their new album Pursuit of Momentary Happiness is quoted as a record that the band put their all into, reflecting a time when they had nothing.
Beirut | Wed 10 Apr | Albert Hall | £25
The baroque pop band whose music style often combines indie and world music, tour in support of latest LP Gallipoli.
Ady Suleiman | Thu 11 Apr | Club Academy | £15
Neo-soul singer with narratives from life experiences, with fans including Chance the Rapper and Michael Kiwanuka and who has played support slots for Leon Bridges, Laura Mvula plus more.
Girl Sweat x Cattle | Fri 12 Apr | Soup Kitchen | £7
The one-man garage-noise project headlines a show with the double-drum noise rock band in support of their split LP Live at Assembly House.
TVAM | Sat 13 Apr | Yes | £11
The Wigan-based artist released his debut album Psychic Data last year; a record which sees Joe Oxley work with old synths and drum machines from the ’80s and ’90s to create warped psychedelic and electronic sounds.
Porridge Radio | Sun 14 Apr | Eagle Inn | £6
What started off as the bedroom project of Dana Margolin is now the five-piece delivering jangly pop combined with slacker-grunge that has a dark side.
- Edwina Chan
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- Mon 4 Mar 2019