Our gig picks of the week in Manchester from Monday 12 February 2018 including HMLTD, Kelela, Dámì, Grieves and more.

Inheaven | Mon 12 Feb | Deaf Institute | £9
South London indie rock band with a touch of grunge, who cites The Ramones and Slowdive as influences.

Square One | Tue 13 Feb | Gullivers | £6
Southern country rock from the Southwest of England, inspired by the likes of Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean.

HMLTD | Wed 14 Feb | The White Hotel | £10
Avant-garde post-punk group whose live shows involve surreal set ups and an immersive experience for not only the ears and eyes, but also touch and smell.

Dámì | Thu 15 Feb | Band on the Wall | FREE (sign up required)
The Manchester based poet/hip hop artist plays as part of Inner City Waves; a showcase of the venue’s favourite emerging local urban artists. See our full preview here.

Grieves | Fri 16 Feb | Deaf Institute | £12
Seattle-based hip hop artist who released his fifth LP, Running Wild, last year.

Nick Hakim | Sat 17 Feb | Deaf Institute | £10
A blend of lo-fi hip hop, soul and folk from a Brooklyn-based artist who released his debut album Green Twins last year.

Kelela (below) | Sun 18 Feb | Manchester Academy 2 | £11.50
Alternative R&B artist whose continued work with Night Slugs (Bok Bok, Jam City) is reflected in her music via glitchy synths and bass.

For more live music and club recommendations in Manchester click here.

Mon 12 Feb - Sun 18 Feb
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Mon 15 Jan 2018