Opening with IDKWIWA, The Elephant Trees began Saturday night’s explosive show at Deaf Institute with a high-energy performance, the song started the set with distinguished beats and an oscillating synth pattern, while the dynamic vocal from front-woman Martha took centre stage and gripped the room from the very start.
Mac DeMarco comes to Manchester on Saturday (23rd November) as part of his ongoing European tour. The UK and Irish leg of his tour begins on Thursday (21st November) with his biggest London date yet at Alexandra Palace before the tour makes its way up north including dates in Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham.
Orville Peck will join Mac as support in London while the remainder of the UK dates sees support from Los Bitchos and, in Manchester an exciting announcement has been made, that local band Working Men’s Club will join to open the show.
The Ninth Wave have been gaining the attention of fans up and down the country, combining anthemic vocals, powerful, distorted synth lines and rumbling bass, they create a new genre, layering multiple sounds and infectious rhythms. The past year has seen the band launch multiple releases, and on Friday came the release of their debut album, Infancy,
If you’ve never heard of Saytr Play before, where the hell have you been? Satyr Play are a feisty five-piece from Manchester, pioneering a pop-inspired genre different to anything else and their prodigious new single Honest Man certainly proves this. They always have had the nack to grab people’s attention and never let go, in a very diverse way you are invited into the wonderful world of Saytr play.
Ripping through the venue, The Amazons opened their Leeds headline show with Fuzzy Tree. The song opened the gig with distinguishing beats, pounding drums and captivating riffs before frontman Matt begins to sing, the crowd echoing every word back to him.