Acid Dad | Mon 14 May | Jimmy’s | £6
NYC-based psych-rock band whose live shows are delivering rave reviews. Sound has been described as Sonic Youth meets Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Mesadorm | Tue 15 May | Castle Hotel | £7
Left field, expansive electronic pop with the ethereal vocals of Blythe Pepino (you might recognise her from art-pop trio Vaults).

Bitchin Bajas | Wed 16 May | Soup Kitchen | £8
Instrumental group whose often-extended cuts are an amalgamation of spacey, minimal and experimental synths, drones and expertly entwined loops that boast a sonic exploration.

Boy Harsher | Wed 16 May | The White Hotel | £8
Duo producing dark and gritty electronic beats driven by synths that bring together the sounds of the industrial and 80’s,  accompanied by ghostly vocals.

Oshun | Thu 17 May | Soup Kitchen | £10
Soulful hip hop duo that encapsulate afro-futurism through ambient textures, acoustic sounds and heavy drums.

The Mouse Outfit & The Herbaliser | Fri 18 May | 02 Ritz | £15
The homegrown hip hop/funk eight-piece play with the jazz, beat-heavy hip hop duo.

Cabbage | Sat 19 May | 02 Ritz | £15
Post punk Manchester five-piece with satirical, politically-charged songs tour in support of their debut album ‘Nihilistic Glamour Shots’.

Nilüfer Yanya | Sun 20 May | Deaf Institute | £8.50
Soulful indie London-based artist who was taught guitar by the Invisible’s Dave Okumu. For fans of King Krule.

Mon 14 May - Sun 20 May
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Mon 14 May 2018