Phil Elverum is Mount Eerie. The 33 year-old multi-instrumentalist has played in other bands, and worked as a producer, but remains best known for this solo project, which began under the name the Microphones in 1997. In 2003, he renamed the project Mount Eerie (and added an “e” to … Read on
To coincide with the release of eight new songs Galaxians are very excited to announce their second major tour, and their first foray across the English Channel to France, Belgium and Germany.
GALAXIANS is Jed Skinner and Matt Woodward. Their debut vinyl release – a 12″ split with fellow … Read on
Named after a Danish fairy tale possessing a similar air of magic and menace, Esben and the Witch are a 3 piece band hailing from the shores of Brighton. The band are currently touring their second album, ‘Wash the Sins Not Only the Face’ which was released in January … Read on
Sounds From the Other City, Comfortable on a Tightrope and Bring Your Own Light Present…
An event in the dark, powered only by you, the audience. Bring a headlamp, a candle, an led suit, anything. Without it this gig will be in total darkness. For this event we will … Read on
In their first live outing for nearly a year, the Louche return with new members, new songs and new relevance.
‘Keenly melodic, their intricate spectral pop absorbs krautrock, post-punk, Sixties pop and shoegaze, while luscious harmonies provide a bright counterpoint to their dense wall of sound.’ – City … Read on
Alice Jemina // Bear’s Den // Catfish & Bottleman // Ellie Rose // Feathers // Hector // Kagoule // … Read on
Doctrines: Manchester’s finest rock band and Wahlbar favourites!
Without Maps: From Nottingham. They sound like party post hardcore to me.
Bayoné: From Sheffield. Quality emo dudes.
Ashford: Manchester’s favorite emos
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GREY LANTERN LIBERATES FALLOWFIELD
VISION FORTUNE | QUEER’D SCIENCE | MEDDICINE | BASE VENTURA | NAKED (ON DRUGS) | BAD GRAMMAR | SILVER | VEI | SPHELM |
TROF FALLOWFIELD & WAHLBAR
Grey Lantern invites an almighty army of friends new and old across two venues, to … Read on
House of Cards are delighted to present an album launch show by Midas Fall. Support on the night comes from Her Name is Calla’s frontman, Tom Morris and Manchester folk newcomers, Trip of Hares.
Described by Subba Cultcha Magazine as “chiming vocal-led post-rock”, Manchester-based quartet Midas Fall … Read on