Manchester-based music promoter Sixth Floor Sessions presents Mixtape Mondays – a weekly reels series where they repost covers from the 90s and early 00s. Previous featured artists include English alt-romantic Tyler Gorman and LA musician Jackson Singleton who played Goo Goo Dolls and Oasis hits respectively. The next episode will be going up on the Sixth Floor Sessions Instagram page this Monday 29 March. If you’re interested in being featured, applications to get involved are open with contact details on their profile.
Back with their weekly dose of music telly – Scruff of the Neck go live over on Twitch with tunes and chats this Monday 29 and Wednesday 31 March from 7:30pm. On Monday, we’ve got indie pop Cheriton performing and chatting to Abbie McCarthy at Scruff HQ. Wednesday sees a set from Liverpool’s Pixey plus Bristol five-piece Goan Dogs playing tunes from their debut Call Your Mum. Click the link below to be taken straight to the channel.
Sad-pop two piece Audrey’s Dance perform a special hometown set from the Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, Preston. Formed back in 2017, the band most recently released their second EP Fag Ash Lil this past January. To tune in on Friday 2 April, you’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket – these are on a donation basis (from £1) with proceeds going to charity Friends of the Harris. Find out more and grab your ticket below.
To celebrate the launch of new single Eggshells, Jess Kemp goes live on Youtube this Friday 2 April. This week will be the singer-songwriter’s 16th stream and the theme is set to be songs from the movies. This will be free to watch, so make sure you head over with our direct link below at 8pm for tunes and chats.
Day-time disco is coming to your screens this Easter Sunday 4 April as La Discothèque stream live from the city’s Freight Island. Featuring 8-hours of music, expect DJs, classical musicians, disco dancers and more from 1pm-9pm. Hosted by STARDM, a ‘household’ ticket is priced at just £5 with 10% of proceeds going to the Mayor of Manchester’s chosen charities. Tickets go on sale this Tuesday 30 March at 10am – you can find out more at the event page listed below.
We Are Manchester are back this Easter Sunday for their 36th stream. This Sunday 4 April sees a line-up featuring Daz Cadwallander, Corvus and the Morning Star, Lewis Kelly and Lakshmi performing sets from 3pm. It’ll be free to watch, however if you’re able to donate anything towards the artists click here. The Sunday music stream will be taking place over on Youtube and we’ve listed the direct link below.
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