Tim Hecker | Mon 16 May | Manchester Academy 3 | £15
Canadian electronic/ambient artist whose most recent LP Love Streams was inspired by the 15th century choral works of Josquin des Prez.
Beverly | Mon 16 May | Soup Kitchen | £7
Raw pop, post-punk and dreamy harmonies from Drew Citron and Frankie Rose, whose affiliations include Vivian Girls and Pains of Being Pure at Heart.
Bleached | Tue 17 May | Gullivers | £7.50
Sister duo from LA with heavy sounds of punk and themes of romance. For fans of PINS and Cortinas.
SG Lewis | Wed 18 May | Soup Kitchen | £8
Electronic Liverpudlian musician whose sun-drenched, mellow productions have an R&B/soul tinge.
Flamingods | Thu 19 May | £7
Five-piece whose distinct sound is made up of field recordings from instruments found from almost every corner of the world, and can be likened to tribal, folk and psychedelic rhythms.
Thomas Truax | Fri 20 May | Eagle Inn | £7
Eccentric American musician whose instruments are often handmade and peculiar, to produce his unique rock and organic sound.
The Franklys | Sat 21 May | Gullivers | £6
Garage rock four-piece whose sound is evocative of Babes in Toyland and the Ramones.
Nots | Sun 22 May | Soup Kitchen | £8
Visceral and urgent lo-fi punk from Memphis-based band, for fans of Bikini Kill and The Fall.
- Edwina Chan
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- Thu 12 May 2016