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WhenYoung Return To Manchester

The Irish Trio Delivered One Hell Of A Show WhenYoung have been releasing music for a couple of years now, and their following is slowly growing, and as their fan base grows, their shows get better and better. The atmosphere last night was one of the best I have witnessed in a small venue. The set included material which has been with the band for a while, alongside newer material,… Keep Reading

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Manchester Post-Punks LIINES Announce Summer Dates

Announced last month, LIINES play their biggest headline gig to date at Manchester’s legendary The Deaf Institute on 21 July, with London trio BERRIES and Manchester newcomers Threads. Over half the tickets have sold – their last headline gig, at Night People in March, sold out ahead of time. Tickets for the Deaf Institute show are available via alt. tickets and more information can be found on the event page.… Keep Reading

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The Blinders – Deaf Institute, Manchester

A truly astonishing night with a more astonishing crowd  From spoken word to psychedelic riffs, there was nothing left out in the midst of the energy After truly fantastic support from, ‘Lyerr’ and ‘Strange Bones’ then a short John Cooper-Clarke style poetry section before The Blinders put Doncaster on the music map as they charged into their highly energetic set, and their first song ‘Gotta Get Through’, they then went… Keep Reading

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Music News: My Vitriol return with ‘The Secret Session’ album and Tour Dates

NuGaze innovators My Vitriol return and will play one of their first live full live shows in years at The Deaf Institute this Saturday night (8th April). After a lengthy hiatus, the cult band are back to perform tracks from latest release “The Secret Sessions” and fan favourites at this intimate show. U.K. quartet My Vitriol was formed in 1998 when Sri Lankan-born singer/songwriter Som Wardner met drummer Ravi Kesavaram… Keep Reading

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The Big Moon UK Tour

London quartet The Big Moon have announced their debut album ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’, due for release on 7th April via Fiction Records. They’ll be touring the U.K next month in support of the album and stopping off at 10 venues Love In The 4th Dimension will be released on the 7th April 2017 through Fiction Records. It was recorded in London throughout the Summer, and co-produced by Catherine… Keep Reading

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The Blinders, Deaf Institute, Manchester

Blimey. In the 6 months since I last saw them, things have moved on for The Blinders. Tonight, The Deaf Institute is heaving with anticipation as The Blinders launch their debut single, Swine.   A massive cheer goes up as frontman and guitarist Tom graces the stage, joining Charlie (bass) and Matty (Drums), and they launch straight into the heavy yet atmospheric “Brutus”. The crowd are totally into it from the… Keep Reading

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Manchester Indie Rockers The Hotspur Press One-Off Launch Gig This Friday

Snapped up by surging new Mancunian label B33 – THE HOTSPUR PRESS – deliver us their distinguished first single: ‘Other People’. A Greater Manchester four-piece with a precedent to create “highly melodic, energetic and soaring indie-rock music that isn’t afraid to get emotional from time to time”, The Hotspur Press are maestros of their craft. Slated for release on the 28th October, their first release for B33 (a record label… Keep Reading

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Joseph Arthur announces five live shows

Joseph Arthur announces five live shows as part of a European tour, playing songs from his recently released solo album, The Family. If anyone is truly deserving of the title of ‘artist’, it’s the mercurial talent that is Joseph Arthur. He’s been unleashing material for over a decade and a half, his sheer poetic nature and experimental drive gaining him a deservedly fine reputation in the process. Now the singer-songwriter is back… Keep Reading

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