Kicking off the week, Lancaster hard rock band Wytch Hazel give us Twytchhazel this Monday 25 January. From 8:30pm, frontman Colin Hendra will be playing through some of the band’s tracks (plus taking requests) over on their official Twitch channel. If you’re a folk-metal fan – click the link below to take you straight to the stream.
Artist platform Bandsintown present their #MOSTLIKED showcase this Tuesday 26 January with a fab line-up. From 7pm, head over to the Twitch channel to see performances from Canadian alt-rock trio The Dirty Nil, singer/songwriter Shenna and St.Louis-based rock n rollers Hounds. Find the full line up – and set times – below.
7pm – The Dirty Nil
8pm – Shenna
9pm – Hounds
South London post-punk outfit Goat Girl appear in a Lockdown livestream from Rough Trade East this Wednesday 27 January. To celebrate the release of their second album On All Fours (out Friday 29 January), the band will be in conversation with producer Dan Carey as they break down individual tracks and preview unreleased songs. To watch you’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket priced at £14 and this also includes a CD of the new album. Further options are available for the vinyl version priced at £26. Find out more and grab your tickets at the link below.
Artists from across Great Manchester are hosting a monthly micro-festival from their own homes, supported by Manchester International Festival (MIF). The second in this series – Rebels of Extinction – streams this Thursday 28 January over on the MIF Youtube channel. An artist collective comprising of Simone French, Tracey Gibbs, Tom Halls and Rebecca Taylor come together to interrogate consumerism, consumption, fast fashion and wardrobe waste. From 7pm, you can watch this makeover show with a difference as the Rebels show us all how to re-educate, repurpose and reshape your wardrobe.
Music Feeds, the original at-home charity music festival, is back for two nights this week to help fight food poverty with a stellar line-up. On Thursday 28 and Friday 29 January from 8pm each evening – you can catch specially recorded performances by more than 40 artists including Manchester talent Blossoms, The Slow Readers Club and Liam Gallagher.
To watch, you’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket for £15 giving access to both nights. Supported by Co-op, funds will be going towards charities FareShare, Stagehand and Help Musicians. We’ve detailed the bumper line-up below. Head to the website to find out more about the event and click the link below for tickets.
Sam Smith, Liam Gallagher, Blossoms, Fontaines D.C., DMC, James, Amy Macdonald, Newton Faulkner, Beverley Knight, Adam Duritz & David Immerglück (Counting Crows), Flogging Molly, Fenne Lily, Kyle Falconer (The View), Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals), Mega, Nessi Gomes, Charlotte Church, Joseph Arthur, Ferocious Dog, Emily Barker, The Slow Readers Club, Alexander Stewart, Steve Mason, The Gift, The Legendary Tigerman, Jesse Malin, Skout, The Supernaturals, First Breath After Coma, October Drift, Daniel Steer, Walt Disco, SKIES, Throes + The Shine, Jesse Wagner, MEMES, Blind Zero, Bailey Tomkinson, Surma, Toshi Reagon, Selma Uamusse, Joe Duddell, Sound of the Sirens, James Maddock, G.E. Smith & Leroy Bell, Rosellas, Pattern Pusher, Hennessey, Zeztra, Jess McAllister, Felice Rosser and Sushil and Radhika Dade.
Cumbrian collective The Lock In have something special lined up this Saturday 30 January. In the latest of their livestream events, they present a recorded performance from Barrow’s self-confessed “hard rockin amigos” punk band The Liars Club. Filmed at local venue The Roxy, the full concert will be free to view via The Lock In website from 7pm. You can find out more at the Facebook event page or head to The Lock In website.
We’re all really missing a night out at the moment and Manchester’s Satan’s Hollow are here to give us that experience this Saturday 30 January. The rock nightclub presents live DJ sets to enjoy from your living room from 10pm, with two links replicating the rock/metal classics of the main room and pop punk/emo tunes of room two. Keep your eyes peeled on the Satan’s Facebook page for the links to be posted soon…
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