Kicking off our week—Priya Ragu brings her mix of R&B with a South Asian sonic flair to the Pink Room at YES this Mon 22 Nov. With the recent release of her highly anticipated debut mixtape ‘damnshestamil’ earlier this year, this intimate gig from the Swiss-Tamil singer-songwriter isn’t to be missed! Tickets are priced at £11.20 (inc. booking fee).
In a collaboration between Yuck Magazine, Night & Day, Uskees, Track Brewing Co. & General Stores—the live debut of Tell Your Mates hits Night & Day this Wed 24 Nov. Bringing three of the best new bands live to the iconic venue as part of its 30th Birthday Week. The impressive line-up featuring Brighton-based seven-piece KEG, Attawalpa in his Manchester debut and Salford’s Idle Hours. DJ Liam McMillan (aka Dig This) also brings a blend of psych, alt, indie, and everything in between to keep you dancing into the night. Tickets are just £11 (inc. booking fee).
Sabotage proudly present Moby Dickless at The Castle Hotel in their first headline show this Thu 25 Nov. In the lead up to the release of their new EP ‘Live in the Boat Room’—they’ll be joined by fellow Sabotage faves Self Help and the brilliant Natalie and The Monarchy. Tickets are 8 quid and make sure you’re down there at 8pm for doors!
To mark the release of her 5th single, ‘Lonelier Than You’, Olivia Browse takes the stage of Lions Den this Fri 26 Nov. The singer-songwriter, who’s relatable tracks utilise witty and creative lyricism, will be joined by three special guests; Scatterchild, Fordaze and Marko. You can grab a ticket for only £6 (inc. booking fee).
Witch Kings Rum have taken over a new venue this month—head down to Affinity Living Riverview this Fri 26 and Sat 27 Nov from 5-8pm for some free live music and a selection of great cocktails. Friday will host the folk stylings of Soul Bananas and John Haycock playing the kora, while Saturday will have blues from Paul Gleave and a soulful acoustic performance courtesy of Matt Fryers. Entry is free for walk-ins, however to guarantee yourself a spot—you can book a table at the link below.
Get your music fix before the weekend’s out this Sun 28 Nov as South London indie sorts Hotel Lux hit the stage at Night & Day. Joined by Birmingham garage rock three-piece Total Luck (FKA The Cosmics) and Manchester’s very own post-punk outfit Harpans Kraft—this is bound to be a good ‘un.
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