Slug | Mon 22 Apr | Eagle Inn | £6
The former touring bassist for Field Music, Ian Black, composed and produced his second album HiggledyPiggledy; a record with an eccentric mix of indie, art rock and funk and psychedelia.

Ruby Rushton | Tue 23 Apr | Soup Kitchen | £9
Led by the 22a label founder Tenderlonious, this jazz group recently released their album Ironside, which also takes influence from afrobeat, house and hip-hop styles.

Vintage Crop | Wed 24 Apr | Soup Kitchen | £7
Garage rock quartet released their new EP Company Man at the start of this year; a collection of songs delivered with a sense of urgency, exploring life in a suit and tie.

DJ Yoda | Thu 25 Apr | Gorilla | £14
Reflecting a new musical direction inspired by soul, jazz and  ’90s hip-hop, this scratch DJ’s collaborative project Homecooking will welcome special guest contributors onto the stage.

Stealing Sheep | Fri 26 Apr | Yes | £11.50
The electro-pop band play ahead of their sold out gig on Saturday. See our full preview here.

The One Eyed General’s Bandit | Sat 27 Apr | Castle Hotel | £5
Manchester-based three-piece group that’s rock ‘n’ roll with elements of country and blues.

Mon 22 Apr - Sun 28 Apr
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Mon 18 Mar 2019