Whether it’s genre-bending breakthrough artists or familiar faces who have pioneered their genre, our latest Albert Hall picks will have your live music fix covered in the coming weeks.

Tune-Yards | Tue 23 Aug (Band on the Wall)

In a crossover we can firmly get behind, the Albert Hall has teamed up with Gorilla to present a special one-off, intimate show from Tune-Yards.

It follows a triumphant show at the Albert Hall back in 2018, and offers fans the chance to hear material from her new record Sketchy.

Xenia Rubinos | Wed 31 Aug (YES Basement)

After ‘re-learning how to make music’, Xenia Rubinos has reemerged bigger and better than ever. Her gloriously cinematic new record, Una Rosa, was met with widespread acclaim — a feature-length opus journeying through a triumph over internal struggle. The record would feature two sides; the ‘RED’ A side — made up of hot, aggressive fiery drama, paralleled by a ‘BLUE’ B side — with more introspective, expansive moods.

Foy Vance | Wed 31 Aug

Northern Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance has made quite the name for himself since his independently released debut album Hope in 2007, going on to support the likes of Ed Sheeran, Snow Patrol and Elton John, along with his own global sell-out tours.

Mica Millar Heaven Knows album launch | Sun 25 Sep

Following the release of her debut record Heaven Knows, Mica Millar’s reputation has understandably and rightfully skyrocketed, and while her soulful sounds have earned her plaudits from all over, it’s only fitting that she’d return to her hometown to give the album the launch it deserves.

Tony Njoku | Wed 5 Oct (SOUP)

In partnership with Albert Hall, Fair Play, Interior and Do Your Best, Tony Njoku brings his wildly unique, deeply compelling sound to the Northern Quarter’s SOUP this October. The show marks a first headline slot in Manchester for the London-based experimental producer, singer and songwriter, coinciding with the launch of his upcoming debut EP, Our New Bloom.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Tue 23 Aug - Wed 5 Oct
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 17 Aug 2022