NGOD | Wed 11 May | The Castle Hotel | FREE
Math rock from this Bradford-based five-piece. Free entry with a Facebook ‘Like’.
Manchester After Hours | Thu 12 May | Various venues | Various prices
The city’s galleries and museums host the likes of Liz Green, Debt Records and Manchester Camerata. Read our full preview.
The Travelling Band | Thu 12 May | The Deaf Institute | £12
Manchester’s finest alternative folk-rock group, making a nod to the likes of Springsteen and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Chastity Belt | Thu 12 May | Night & Day Cafe | £8
The Hardly Art-signed, Washington state-based four-piece bring their poppy alt-rock to the city.
Emma Pollock | Fri 13 May | Soup Kitchen | £10
The former Delgados singer and guitarist returns with her latest solo album, In Search of Harperfield.
Laura Cantrell | Sat 14 May | The Ruby Lounge | £18
John Peel-championed country singer-songwriter visits with her backing band.
Yuck (pictured) | Sun 15 May | The Deaf Institute | £10
American rock-inspired sounds from this London-based quartet – for fans of Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth.
Kronos Quartet | Sun 15 May | RNCM | £25
The long-established American string quartet are recognisable from their soundtrack work and collaborations with the likes of Steve Reich.
- Chris Horkan
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- Mon 9 May 2016