Ry X | Mon 29 Feb | Dancehouse Theatre | £13
LA-based minimal electronic artist, for fans of Bon Iver. See our full preview here.
Adem | Tue 1 Mar | Fred’s Ale House | £6
London-based singer/songwriter whose other projects include Fringe with Kieran Hebden (Four Tet).
Palehound | Tue 1 Mar | Gullivers | £6
Guitar-pop band of New York-based Ellen Kempner that draws from 90s nostalgia.
Emilie & Ogden | Wed 2 Mar | The Castle Hotel | £6
Singer/songwriter Emilie who uses her harp (Ogden) and angelic voice to craft heartfelt, storytelling tracks.
Pharoahe Monch | Thu 3 Mar | Band on the Wall | £16
Hip hop artist whose lyrics often tackle political issues whose most recent LP PTSD includes collaborators such as social justice campaigner Talib Kweli. See our full preview here.
Sound of the Sirens | Fri 4 Mar | Soup Kitchen | £8
Female folk-rock female duo hailing from Devon.
Lapsley | Ssat 5 Mar | Manchester Academy 2 | £10
Melancholic pop/R&B artist, see our full preview here.
Josef Salvat | Sun 6 Mar | Gorilla | £9.50
Australian, London-based singer-songwriter whose stirring pop songs have drawn comparisons to Morrissey.
Matthew Bourne | Sun 6 Mar | Islington Mill | £10
Experimental pianist Bourne partners up with visual artist Michael England that combines analogue electronics, minimalism and video synthesis.
Published on: Mon 29 Feb 2016