Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn | Mon 15 Oct | YES | £8.50
Brighton rap duo with melodic beats, whose sound is reminiscent of Loyle Carner and The Streets.
Low | Tue 16 Oct | Manchester Cathedral | £25
The band who have spent their 25-year career honing their minimalist sounds tour in support of their latest release ‘Double Negative’.
Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks | Wed 17 Oct | Albert Hall | £22.50
The Pavement singer recently released his seventh album ‘Sparkle Hard’ and will be delivering his distinctive witty lyrics.
Gang of Four | Thu 18 Oct | Ruby Lounge | £19.50
The highly influential and iconic post-punk group play a special one-off show.
Tuung | Thu 18 Oct | Gorilla | £16
A group who helped pioneer the ‘folktronica’ genre recently released their first album in five years, ‘Songs You Make At Night’,
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever | Fri 19 Oct| Manchester Academy 2 | £14
Melbourne indie band with a particularly jangly, breezy sound.
OLA | Soup Kitchen | Fri 19 Oct | £6
Homegrown electro-pop duo creating ambient, expansive soundscapes.
Strange Waves IV | Sat 20 Oct | Manchester Academy | £25
Includes performances from Brian Jonestown Massacre, Flamingods, Tim Burgess + more.
Black Honey | Sun 21 Oct | Manchester Academy 2 | £11
Brighton indie/psychedelic four-piece with a glamorous yet gritty sound.
Published on: Thu 11 Oct 2018