Greyline Live Presents: Honey Moon | Gullivers NQ | Tue 31 Jan | 7:30pm | £11

South East London trio Honey Moon hit up Gullivers NQ this Tue 31 Jan. Blending uplifting sun-kissed indie pop, melancholic ballroom ballads and cinematic orchestral numbers – the band play this Manchester date of their UK tour to mark the release of their debut album Same Old Paradise the very same day! Doors from 7.30pm.

Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LW
Night & Day and Whispering Pines: Spilt x Torture & The Desert Spiders | Night & Day Cafe | Thu 2 Feb | 8pm | £8.80

Night & Day and Whispering Pines welcome Spilt and Torture & The Desert Spiders to Oldham Street’s Night & Day Cafe this Thu 2 Feb from 8pm. Get down early to catch sets from Good For Gordon plus Gas Kunst too! Tickets are priced at £8.80 (inc. booking fee).

Night & Day Café, 26 Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JN
Abattoir Blues Records Presents: Hot Pink Sewage / The Battery Farm / Dead Raze | The Peer Hat | Fri 3 Feb | 7.30pm | £8.80

Get yourselves down to The Peer Hat this Fri 3 Feb as Abattoir Blues Records bring us an evening of eclectic punk. The line-up features Blackpool’s Hot Pink Sewage, local talents The Battery Farm and Irish/Scouse outfit Dead Raze. Doors from 7.30pm.

The Peer Hat, 14-16 Faraday St, Manchester M1 1BE
Bread Records Presents: Cream of the Crop | The Thirsty Scholar | Sat 4 Feb | From 1pm | Free Entry

This Sat 4 Feb, Bread Records return with the first matinee Cream of the Crop show of 2023! The singer-songwriter showcase, held at The Thirsty Scholar, will include sets from Walter Kocays, The Dove and The Dragon, Old Sun New Moon plus Anyone’s Ghost. Entry is free with music starting from 1pm. Find out more by hitting that link below.

The Thirsty Scholar, 50 New Wakefield St, Manchester M1 5NP
Sabotage Presents: Italia 90 / Fraulein / Slowhandclap | YES (Basement) | Sat 4 Feb | 8pm | £9

Head to the Basement at YES this Sat 4 Feb as Sabotage Presents Italia 90 in their first gig in Manchester for 3 years. Celebrating the release of their recent album Living Human Treasures, the London-based four-piece will be joined by Fraulein and Slowhandclap as support. Grab your tickets quick!

YES, 38 Charles St, Manchester M1 7DB
Mon 30 Jan - Sun 5 Feb, Photo credit: Jake Ollett @jakeollett
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Mon 30 Jan 2023