Unique Manchester venue The Yard welcomes Leeds progressive jazz trio Shapeshifters as the next guests in their NQ Jazz mini livestream series. This Monday 12 April you can tune in from 7pm for a special performance from the band via the Vimeo channel linked below. Find out more at the event page here.
It’s a bumper edition of programming from Scruff of the Neck HQ this week. With 3 evenings of interviews and music across Monday 12, Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 April. All taking place from 7:30pm each night on their Twitch channel – there will be sets from The Slow Readers Club, Glass Caves and more. We’ve detailed the line-ups below…
Mon 12: The Slow Readers Club & Moa Moa – hosted by Abbie McCarthy
Tue 13: Bilk & TBA – hosted by Jack Wood
Weds 14: Glass Caves & Chartreuse – hosted by Jack Wood
Paris-based videomakers La Blogothque continue their livestream series of Stay Away Shows this week with sets from artists on Tuesday 13 and Thursday 15 April. Taking place via Instagram live on their official profile, you can tune in from 6pm (BST) to see Australian trio Skegss on Tuesday evening and indie folk artist UMA on Thursday. These streams are free to watch however donations towards the acts can be made on the Dice website here.
Young singer-songwriter and American Idol alumna Catie Turner takes part in Cover Nation’s Takeover Tuesday this week. On Tuesday 13 April from 11pm, catch Catie performing her favourite covers (plus some of her own work) on the Youtube. Link below.
Blackpool’s Bootleg Social presents a livestream gig featuring some great Manc acts this week. On Friday 16 April, watch post-punk DEAFDEAFDEAF and ‘Manchester noise’ Slap Rash perform sets from 7:15pm. The stream will be free to watch via Bootleg’s Facebook page, Twitch or Youtube channel. Find out more info at the event page below.
Rounding off our week, Leeds-based saxophonist, composer and arranger Emma Johnson invites us to her studio livestream going live via Facebook this Sunday 18 April from 7:30pm. Join Emma, Fergus Vickers, Richard Jones, Angus Milne and Steve Hanley aka Gravy Boat as they begin to record their debut album. Expect tracks from the record plus some older numbers in this free-to-view show. Find out more at the event page below.
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