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YANA You Are Not Alone Festival, March 30th At Jimmy’s/Night & Day/Whiskey Jar

Saturday afternoon and Northern Quarter was alive with people. Guitar and flight cases were lined up outside venues alongside gig goers being told to take their drinks back.  The reason was the sold out and stellar line up of YANA Festival the one dayer raising money for Manchester MIND a cause clearly close to the hearts of performers and attendees alike In the words of organiser Ben Taylor “It was down… Keep Reading

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Music News: Manchester Psych Fest 2017 – First Wave of Acts Announced

Dublin nu-noise-post-punk outfit GIRL BAND, known for performing one of the best live shows on the circuit, headline the fifth Manchester Psych Fest. The festival has also reached out to Japan to bring over BO NINGEN who are joined by MENACE BEACH who make a short trip over the Pennines. The event will be spread across three Northern Quarter venues – Band on the Wall, Night & Day Café and… Keep Reading

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The LaFontaines, Night & Day Café, Manchester

The LaFontaines kick off their UK tour in Manchester The Scottish powerhouse tears up Manchester’s Northern Quarter with an energetic cross-genre performance. It’s a Monday night at Night & Day Café, a low-lit bar in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Beer is flowing, and while the rain is pelting down outside, the venue slowly fills up with a sea of fans. Like us, they’ve braved the terrible weather and cast aside Monday… Keep Reading

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Spring King Stop Off At Manchester’s Night & Day

Whilst en-route to becoming one of the UK’s biggest bands, Spring King stop off at Day & Night Manchester to guest on Antics’ Deck Psych drenched, shoegaze five piece SULK play live plus MCR’s Hey Bulldog & Inland Taipan. cult indie | electro | psych | retro gems  Sulk headline the stage – Under the rainy skies of London, the shining sounds of Britpop, Shoegaze and Psychedelia are back in bloom.… Keep Reading

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Lake Komo, Night and Day Cafe Manchester

I love going to gigs at the Night and Day in Manchester. You get three or four bands for around a tenner. Not bad for a full nights entertainment. Tonight’s main act is Lake Komo. However it would be rude of me not to mention Marsicans and Larkins who both gave great sets earlier in the evening. Hopefully they will move on to bigger and better things in the very… Keep Reading

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Dead Buttons, Night & Day Cafe

I love nights like this, going to see a band for the first time. Not sure if it’s going to be a night to remember for all the right reasons. Well let’s just say that I’m glad I made the effort. Tonight I’m here to see Dead Buttons, however I’m in for a treat as there are a couple of other acts on beforehand. 57 (OH-CHILL) is a two piece… Keep Reading

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich

Benjamin’s debut album, the Ian Grimble-produced Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm, was released in July 2011. The Fly called it “a majestic debut”  Leftwich as “a serious new talent”. The Skinny, while the Sunday Express called it “lovely”. Hazel Sheffield, writing in The Guardian, gave it a 3/5 rating,  as did David Pollock, writing for The Scotsman, who drew comparisons to Damien Rice and José González. Leftwich’s “Shine” was named Spotify’s most addictive track of 2014,  the… Keep Reading

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