The Once | Mon 21 May | Castle Hotel | £8
Canadian indie folk trio whose acappella sound has become a notable part of their prize-winning sound.

Apostille | Wed 23 May | Soup Kitchen | £7
Electronic pop with 1980s synths from Glaswegian native Michael Kasparis, who tours in support of latest release ‘Choose Life’.

Wussy | Thu 24 May | Castle Hotel | £10
Midwestern psychedelia/indie rock five-piece whose inspirations include Yo La Tengo, Velvet Underground and Television.

Dot To Dot Festival | Fri 25 May | Various venues | £13
Line up includes The Horrors, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman and more. See our full preview here.

The Underground Youth | Fri 25 May | The White Hotel | £8
Solo project of Mancunian Craig Dyer, who has a passion for the DIY ethos, creates hazy psychedelic shoegaze with the fuzz of post-punk and melancholia of blues music.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra | Sat 26 May | Albert Hall | £25
The funk/psych rock band will be supported by Deerhunter.

Ezra Furman | Sun 27 May | Albert Hall | £18
Singer songwriter whose latest release ‘Transangelic Exodus’ is a concept album telling the story of those outlawed by the government, but has its roots in the current cultural and political landscape.

Mon 21 May - Sun 27 May
Edwina Chan
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Sat 19 May 2018