Tay Temple ‘Painfully Aware’ EP Launch | Gullivers NQ | Mon 11 Oct | 7pm | £8

Kicking off our week – Manchester-based Tay Temple and her band headline Gullivers this Monday 11 October from 7pm. Celebrating the release of debut EP ‘Painfully Aware’, the artist will bring alternative folk-rock sounds to the Northern Quarter. Support comes from Such Is Life and Katie Elizaa. Grab your tickets now for £8 (inc. booking fee).

Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LW
Snapped Ankles | Gorilla | Wed 13 Oct | 7.30pm | £15.75

Post-punks Snapped Ankles grace the Gorilla stage this Wednesday 13 October. Bringing their art-rock rhythms to Manchester in support of new album ‘Forest Of Your Problems’ – they’ll be joined on the bill by experimental music performance duo Mermaid Chunky.

Gorilla, 54-56 Whitworth St, Manchester, M1 5WW
Chloe Foy | Gullivers NQ | Wed 13 Oct | 7.30pm | £8.80

Gloucestershire-via-Manchester songwriter Chloe Foy celebrates her latest album ‘Where Shall We Begin’ in this headline gig at Northern Quarter favourite Gullivers this Wednesday 13 October. Support comes from special guest Hannah Ashcroft – a Manchester based singer-songwriter and guitarist.

Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LW
Mush | YES (Basement) | Thu 14 Oct | 7.30pm | £8.96

Leeds art-rock trio Mush head to the Basement at Manchester’s YES this Thursday 14 October on their ‘Lines Redacted’ tour. Also on the bill are mackem four-piece Roxy Girls. Doors from 7.30pm.

YES, 38 Charles St, Manchester, M1 7DB
We Are Manchester Live: October | Aatma | Fri 15 Oct | 7pm | £7.50

We Are Manchester are back with another stellar showcase of talent this Friday 15 October at Aatma. Featuring performances from Adventures of Salvador, Antees, Blob Halford and The Swells – you won’t ‘wanna miss this one. Tickets are £7.50 adv.

Aatma, 1st Floor, 14-16 Faraday St, Manchester, M1 1BE
Bleach Boy | The Castle Hotel | Fri 15 Oct | 7.30pm | £7.70

Get down to The Castle Hotel this Friday 15 October to catch Bleach Boy live. The Manchester-based band whose past tracks include ‘Lonesum’ and ‘Death Row’ are back with new music on the horizon, and this gig might just be a sneak peek! Support comes from local talent Moby Dickless bringing their post bop trip hop to the party.

The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LE
Kerry Feeney | 33 Oldham St | Fri 15 Oct | 7.30pm | £6.60

Join Kerry Feeney in her debut headline gig at 33 Oldham Street this Friday 15 October. The Warrington-born, Liverpool-based singer showcases a velvet, soulful voice and vibrant, cheeky energy in this intimate performance. Tickets just £6.60!

33 Oldham St, Manchester, M1 1JG
RGM PRESENTS The Battery Farm EP Launch | Gullivers NQ | Sat 16 Oct | 7.30pm | £7.50

It’s down to Gullivers again this Saturday 16 October as RGM Magazine presents local gutter punk four-piece The Battery Farm. To mark the launch of their latest EP ‘DIRTY DEN’S MARCH OF SUFFERING’, the band will be headlining with support coming from Woman You Stole, Ombudsmen & Seven Summers And A Whole Lot of Nothing.

Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LW
Saint Agnes | The Deaf Institute | Sun 17 Oct | 7pm | £9.50

Get ready for a spooky Sunday with Saint Agnes as they bring their Vampire Tour to Manchester. Playing The Deaf Institute this Sunday 17 October, the ferocious four-piece are known for their electric live performances. Grab a ticket quick!

The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor St, Manchester, M1 7HE
Mon 11 Oct - Sun 17 Oct
Cat Allan
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Mon 11 Oct 2021