Drone-metal pioneers Earth bring their distorted instrumentals to Gorilla. Get ready for a mix of psychedelic rock, folk and country as the band return with their ninth studio album Full Upon Her Burning Lips.
Brighton-based Alfie Neale is known for his upbeat and infectious live performances. With an eclectic fusion of soul, disco, jazz and hip-hop, Alfie brings his solo show to The Castle fresh from supporting Cassia last month.
Taking their influences from 80’s new wave and goth pop, Glasgow-natives The Ninth Wave hit Soup Kitchen this month. With a creative twist of pop-melodies and doom-laden post-punk – be there for one last dance before the year is up.
Fling bring us ‘w0nky p0p’ from Bradford. After a busy summer of festivals, they return with a brand new single One Day and a tour that hits our city mid-month. Prepare yourselves for colourful psych-pop and indie-rock flavoured nostalgia.
Manchester’s own Twisted Wheel play a hometown show at the Ritz. With infectious melodies, psychedelic themes and a strong rock n roll sensibility – the lads bring us some stunning new music this year (singles Nomad Hat and D.N.A) to add to their back-catalogue of bangers.
A band “providing the soundtrack to the intense highs and dramatic lows of modernity..” LOAstate make their much-awaited debut headliner at Yes (The Pink Room) this month. The mysterious Manchester group blend the spirit of punk and hip-hop to convey a state of mind – of love, peace and anarchy.
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