I hadn’t seen The Deaf Institute so full in a long time, but the crowd poured in last Friday to see Kashmere headline the landmark Manchester venue. Kashmere are today's answer to 80’s synth-pop, combining glittering synth lines, electrifying hooks and punchy beats. The crowd at The Deaf Institute were waiting eagerly for Kashmere. The... Continue Reading →
Delights have an uplifting sound, with lively riffs and jangling chords, their music makes it feel like summer, although it's mid-January. Their sound is carried by warm baselines and fronted by glistening synth hooks...
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. The band released this song as a series... Continue Reading →
This weekend King No-One were back again, but this time their anthemic sound wasn’t just taking over Deaf Institute, they were doing a three-day Manchester residency with two more gigs at Night People and Gorilla. The first gig, on Friday night, celebrated the launch of the band’s debut EP, OOMM, which was released that morning. Deaf Institute was packed with exciting fans, who were all ready to party and sing along to the new tunes. Oldie, Millennium opened the night and the tour began with a bang.