Scruff of the Neck TV: Patrick Saint James + Nonô | Mon 5 Jul | 7:30pm | Online via Twitch

Scruff of the Neck TV is back this Monday 5 July providing tunes and chats with some great artists. From 7:30pm catch Derry-born, Manchester-based Patrick Saint James and Brazilian pop act Nonô performing live in the studio, plus interviews by presenter Jack Wood. Taking place over on Twitch – as always – it’s free to view.

BIMM Live & Lyrical Showcase | Thur 8 Jul | 8pm | Online via Facebook Live

BIMM Manchester present Live & Lyrical this Thursday 8 July. The showcase will feature 11 acts and be streamed live from Gorilla, premiering at 8pm over on Facebook Live. Hosted by BBC 6 Music’s Chris Hawkins, there will be performances from Ashleigh, The Book Club, Emily Lockett, Emsu, GhostStory., Maxwell Varey, Millie Milner, The Strangerz, Tom Taylor and Laeeqa.

An Evening With Easy Kill | Waterside Arts | Fri 9 Jul | 8pm | £7.60

Manchester alternative rock outfit Easy Kill headline Waterside Arts this Friday 9 July. Known for their rich and melodic sound – the band have most recently been working on their latest record ‘Slow Release’. For fans of The National, Elbow, Radiohead, Anthony & The Johnsons and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds; tickets are priced at just £7.60 (inc. booking fee) and you can find out more by hitting the link below.

Waterside Arts, 1 Waterside, Sale, M33 7ZF
Free gigs at MIF's Festival Square | Cathedral Gardens | All Week | From Midday | Free

Manchester International Festival is in full flow with a variety of gigs, performances, online content and exhibits to catch this month. If you’re out and about in the city this week, head down to Festival Square (located at Cathedral Gardens) from midday for live music and DJs across three stages – all for free. Taking place everyday until late – there’s loads of amazing performances including Pip Millett (Mon 5, 7:30pm), Chloe Foy (Wed 7, 7:30pm) and a takeover from new Manchester label NRTHN (Sun 11, from 2pm). Find the full line-up and times on the MIF official website.

Cathedral Gardens, Corporation Street, Manchester, M4 3BG
Mon 5 Jul - Sun 11 Jul
Cat Allan
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Mon 5 Jul 2021