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Upcoming shows: Sounds From The Other City 2016... Radiation City... Moulettes... The Travelling Band... Emma Pollock... Cale Tyson... She Makes War... The Burning Hell... Bleached... Tiny Ruins... Son of Dave... Thomas Truax + Vinny Peculiar... Cavan Moran... Gabriel Minnikin & Cassie Josephine... Robert Forster... FOXTROTT, Wake Island & L.A. Foster... Aidan Knight... MiNNETONKA... Laura J Martin... Daddy Long Legs... Matmos... Olga Bell... Merz + Julian Sartorius... Darren Hayman’s Thankful Villages... Alexis Taylor... Mull Historical Society... Howe Gelb... Cristobal and the Sea... Michele Stodart... Miracle Legion... Kiran Leonard... Karl Blau... Danny & The Champions Of The World... John Murry... Skinny Lister... The Lovely Eggs... Will Varley...

When: 3pm until late on Sunday 1 May 2016
Where: St Philip’s Church, Encombe Place, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6FJ

Hey! Manchester is delighted to be curating a stage at this year’s Sounds From The Other City – our eighth year in a row! SFTOC is a one-day music festival that celebrates the diversity of Greater Manchester’s ‘other city’.

The 12-hour event places many of the city’s favourite promoters –  including Now Wave, Comfortable on A Tightrope, Grey Lantern and Bad Uncle – into several of our favourite venues and drinking establishments along Chapel Street.

Hey! Manchester is excited to be returning to a very special venue in 2016: St Philip’s Church. The building is one of Greater Manchester’s finest Georgian buildings, dating back to 1825, and its Greek style is unique in Salford.

Our line-up this year features Meilyr Jones, Gwenno, the Magnetic North, exmagician, Tacocat, She Drew The Gun and She Makes War – a diverse collection of artists, ranging from psychedelia and baroque pop, via shoegaze and surf rock, through to dreamy pop and folk music. We love them all – and we’re hoping you might too. Give them a spin below:

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Tickets, priced £20 and giving access to all stages, are available in person from Piccadilly Records and online via Skiddle.com.


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When: 7.30pm on Tuesday 3 May 2016
Where: The Eagle Inn, 19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW

We’re excited to be working with Portland’s Radiation City for the first time!

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In late 2013, with two well-received full-length albums and an EP under its belt, Radiation City got the itch. The band had built a strong following in their native Portland and connected with fans around the world, and from the outside, the path seemed clear enough: find a great producer to work with and further develop the smooth, space-age doo-wop sound that had put them on the map in the first place.

But on the inside, things weren’t so simple. Cameron Spies and Lizzy Ellison, Radiation City’s founding couple, were falling apart. Rad City, a tight-as-family band that always seemed to work so effortlessly off- and on-stage, were on the verge of calling it quits.

Then a funny thing happened: Spies and Ellison got together to record some new, urgent and semi-spontaneous songs and rediscovered that old magic. ‘None of it felt rushed, or belabored,’ Spies says. ‘It was honest and unafraid.’

Of course, it was also the product of just 40 percent of the group. So, in the face of ambivalence and the band’s impending implosion, Ellison and Spies decided to do something they’d never done before: they transformed Radiation City from a democracy into a monarchy. They curated a new tracklist for the third full-length (half new songs and half old ones), enlisted Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Riley Geare to be their studio drummer, and found their great producer in John Vanderslice (Spoon, Death Cab For Cutie) of Tiny Telephone Studios.

The band’s issues didn’t end with these revelation – Spies and Ellison broke up temporarily and called off their wedding, one band member was let go, and only half of the group went to San Francisco to record the tracks for the new album – but the die was cast.

Radiation City were not going to polish up its old style for Synesthetica; it was going to completely overhaul both its process and its sound. After recording with Vanderslice, the band took its new directive back to Portland and turned to Jeremy Sherrer (Modest Mouse, Gossip) at Ice Cream Party to flesh out the studio sessions.

In contrast – or, perhaps, in response – to all the human drama involved in creating Synesthetica, the album itself turned into something otherworldly.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Thursday 5 May 2016
Where: Band on the Wall, 26 Swan Street, Manchester M4 5JZ

We’re delighted to working with Moulettes for the first time!

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Moulettes are a Brighton-based British band of Björk-, Frank Zappa- and Gentle Giant-loving multi-instrumentalists. They weave in and out of several genres with three-part harmony female vocals, amplified cello, distorted bassoon, auto-harp, guitar, drums, bass and synths into an incomparable alt-pop/rock/folk universe. Since the success of Constellations, Bajian Irish Londoner Raevennan Husbandes has joined the band to play electric guitar and add vocals. With this new line-up the band have been writing and recording their fourth album (due for release in spring 2016) during the week and playing festivals over the weekend.

They will be showcasing more and more new material as they continue on the road, as well as preparing some live collaboration with Nizlopi. On their return from touring in Canada and Europe in early autumn the band are looking forward to announcing some new special guests featuring on the forthcoming record. The album is a concept album about strange creatures.

Singles from their eponymous release in 2010 (**** Mojo), their follow-up The Bear’s Revenge in 2012 (**** The Guardian) and third studio album Constellations (Best Album, Spiral Earth Awards) have been played by Cerys Mathews, Mark Radcliffe, Mary Anne Hobbs, Bob Harris,Tom Robinson and Laura Laverne. Moulettes’ eclectic style of indie-pop testifies to the scope of their creativity, which has drawn together such a varied ensemble of featured artists including legends Arthur Brown (God of Hellfire) and Herbie Flowers (Lou Reed, Bowie), as well as contemporaries Blaine Harrison (Mystery Jets), The Unthanks and Emma Richardson (Band Of Skulls), and many more.

From starting playing together at school in Glastonbury to residencies on Tin Pin Alley, to a multitude of festival appearances (Glastonbury, Bestival, Cropredy, Cambridge Folk, End Of The Road, Green Man) and relentless world touring, Moulettes have become renowned for their breathtaking live shows. On the way the band have shared the stage and studio with the likes of Mick Jagger, Nick Cave, Seasick Steve, Bonobo, Gentle Giant, Mumford and Sons (Ted Dwane was a founding Moulette), Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Bellowhead, The Levellers and many more.

Opening the show is London-based musician and singer Marcus Bonfanti, performing solo.

Book tickets now. Tickets are also available from Band on the Wall’s box office, Common (both no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.uk, Bandonthewall.org, Wegottickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Thursday 12 May 2016
Where: The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE

We’re delighted to be working with Hey! Manchester favourites The Travelling Band once again!

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Manchester’s finest alt. folk-rock superhumans The Travelling Band have won hearts and minds wherever they’ve found themselves, combining the strut of refried Southern country with the One Foot On The Monitor mayhem of the E-Street Band. With smatterings of McCartney (the beard years) and Crosby Stills & Nash million-part harmonies, TTB have become firm favourites for people with good ears and warm hearts.

Forged initially from of a recording project with producer Eric Ambel (Steve Earle/Ryan Adams) in Brooklyn back in 2007, and having since worked with Iestyn Polson (David Gray/Patti Smith) on 2014’s The Big Defreeze, TTB have spent the last year writing and recording at their recently established Pinhole Sound Studio in Manchester.

With their fourth album due out later this year, The Travelling Band are straight out of the traps in 2016 with a European tour supporting (and also backing) American singer-songwriter Lissie.

Main support comes from A Dyjecinski. A Dyjecinski is an enigma wrapped up in a ball of gently mysterious wool. He is originally from Canada; The Valley of Yessiree is his first album as a solo artist: A self-recorded autobiographical concept record on failure in the pursuit of loneliness and the ghosts that occupy his mind.

Opening this bill are Curse of Lono. Curse of Lono were formed in London in 2015 by singer Felix Bechtolsheimer following the breakup of British roots pioneers Hey Negrita. The five-piece have been busy recording their debut album with producer and Boxed In/Keith frontman Oli Bayston. What started as a casual jam with a few friends quickly yielded a stunningly cinematic record that combines spaced-out, harmony-laden Americana with dark, driving indie-rock.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7pm on Friday 13 May 2016
Where: Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, Manchester M1 1DF

We’re delighted to be working with Emma Pollock for the first time!

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If Emma Pollock’s long-awaited – very long-awaited – new album In Search of Harperfield, explores themes of family, place and time, then the urgent call and response of Parks and Recreation finds us in the company of a younger Pollock: engaged in a fight or flight scenario with local bams, and delivering us a gilt-edged slab of alternative pop in the process.

From her career as a principal songwriter with The Delgados through her excellent brace of solo long players, Pollock’s ability to craft leftfield earworms has never been in doubt; with her new album’s debut single, the diminutive Glaswegian has broken her half-decade’s silence with the barreling rhythms of her former band and the urgent guitars of alt-pop heroes Tanya Donnelly and Kristin Hersh. Placing those taut guitars and infectious rhythms to one side though, it’s Emma’s vocal that really elevates Parks and Recreation to another level of beguiling pop: the laid back warmth of her delivery a perfect foil for the song’s percussive bluster.

‘The Dusty Springfield of cerebral indie pop. In a field of her own’ – Uncut, 8/10

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from the bar, Common (both no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Friday 13 May 2016
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be bringing Cale Tyson back to Manchester!

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Cale Tyson is a singer and songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. Born in a small town in Texas, he was raised in Fort Worth, the home of Townes Van Zandt and the place where he first heard the classic country sounds that have inspired and enriched his gentle, melancholy and undeniably whiskey-soaked sound.

With a nostalgic heart and an ear for melodies from long ago, Tyson’s Introducing Cale Tyson, released in the UK to huge critical acclaim, essentially draws together the songwriter’s first two EPs High On Lonesome and Cheater’s Wine. High On Lonesome is a beautiful collection of songs that continue the legacy of some of the legendary songwriters whose music he first heard as a child – Gram Parsons, Guy Clark and Willie Nelson, to name but a few. Recorded in Nashville, High On Lonesome features some of the town’s finest players including guitarist Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart), keyboard player Tyson Rogers (Don Williams), John McTigue on drums and Mike Rinne (Caitlin Rose and Andrew Combs) on bass.

Cheater’s Wine, a heartbreak record that sits great with a bottle of whiskey and an evening spent pining on the front porch, once again underlines why many think Tyson is the next Nashville ‘star’ to break through.

‘We tracked Cheater’s Wine pretty soon after I released my last EP,’ says Tyson. ‘I was fortunate enough to have Robert Ellis come in the studio to track lead guitar and harmonies on many of the songs. He and my pedal steel player, Brett Resnick, came up with some really great harmony guitar lines that really brightened up the songs. Most of the songs on the record are cheatin’ songs. Those are usually my favourite kind of classic country songs, and they were definitely what I was listening to at the time I wrote the songs for Cheater’s Wine.’

The end result is that Cale Tyson is a great ambassador to the great country songwriters that have come before him and also a persuasive plea to those who might think that country music’s best days have been and gone. As long as Cale Tyson has a say in it, the best days might yet be still to come.

‘The music is fabulous, a kind of traditional country with a 21st century twist…just wonderful’ – Bob Harris

‘Outstanding country debut from American tearjerker’ – Uncut

Support comes from Robbie Cavanagh. The Manchester singer-songwriter’s debut record The State of Maine is out now.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Friday 13 May 2016
Where: Fallow Cafe, 2A Landcross Rd, Manchester M14 6NA

We’re delighted to be welcoming back She Makes War!

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Queen of gloom-pop She Makes War is back with her much-anticipated third album Direction Of Travel, out on 8 April via The state51 Conspiracy.

Direction Of Travel was recorded in the winter months of 2014/15 in Bristol, Brighton and London. Produced by She Makes War, mixed by Dan Austin (Doves, Pixies) and featuring guest appearances from Tanya Donelly and Mark Chadwick, most of the instruments on the album were played by Laura herself, added to by a cast of supporting musician friends including Clive Deamer and Andy Sutor on drums, The McCarricks and Nicole Robson on strings and Cajita on piano.

As with all things, there are two sides to the story. Drown Me Out, In Cold Blood and Alone combine an unabashed love of 90s alt-rock with the gothic undertones of Sisters Of Mercy and early Echo & The Bunnymen. Time To Be Unkind (featuring Mark Chadwick) and The Best blend melancholy ukulele, cello and piano with a tearstained lead vocal and killer harmonies to deliver the bitter-sweetest Dear John letters to their anonymous but undeserving miscreants. At the bursting heart of the album sit Stargazing and Paper Thin (featuring Tanya Donelly); the former unashamedly sharing Laura’s lowest point – ‘I don’t believe anybody any more’ – and the latter contemplating a period of personal reflection and ultimately redemption – ‘All this is ours… let’s do amazing things with good hearts’.

The songs on Direction Of Travel reveal widescreen ambition, deepening the glittery, grunge-inflected guitar driven sound of She Makes War’s back catalogue while exploring new worlds of cinematic orchestration and heartfelt, confessional songwriting. The songs vibrate with sadness but the album’s message is hopeful – we can all become strong enough to reclaim ourselves, to escape from suffocating situations, process sadness and sorrow and emerge all the stronger for the experience.

At the end of 2015, She Makes War teased listeners with the release of five-track EP Disarm:15, which received praise from the likes of The Line of Best Fit, Gigwise and Songwriting Magazine. Laura has also received support from BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne and Tom Robinson, and has toured with artists such as tUnE-yArDs, Gruff Rhys, Nadine Shah and Suede.

Direction Of Travel is out on 8 April (online) and 29 April (physical) via The state51 Conspiracy.

Tour support comes from Bryde. Bryde is a girl and an electric guitar, singing fierce and fragile songs. She is influenced by the likes of Scout Niblett, PJ Harvey, Ben Howard and Sharon Van Etten.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 5pm and 8pm on Saturday 14 May 2016
Where: The Eagle Inn, 19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW

PLEASE NOTE: The late evening gig has sold out – but we’ve now added a matinee show! Both shows will feature The Burning Hell performing as a band, plus a support act.

We’re excited to be bringing back one of our favourite bands, The Burning Hell!

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The Burning Hell‘s seventh album is a collection of eight short stories drawn from different sections of the bookshelf of the brain. A murder mystery rubs shoulders with a biography, while a romance leans against a prison diary. There’s a killer priest, a nameless band lost in Yorkshire, and Elvis and Michael Jackson moonwalking their way into space and/or global annihilation. Despair and hope go hand in hand here, and although Mathias Kom’s songwriting has never been wordier, the stories never stranger, and the band never louder, the essence of The Burning Hell remains constant: life is not really so bad, as long as you can laugh a little and you have something decent to read.

The Burning Hell is the alter-ego of Canadian songwriter Mathias Kom, and the band has been on the road in one form or another since 2007, playing everywhere from festivals like Glastonbury and Dawson City to bars, living rooms, abandoned bunkers, and a mental asylum in rural France. Musically, The Burning Hell runs the gamut from introspective folk to hyperactive rock and roll, and so the band can adapt to its surroundings like a karma of anthropomorphic chameleons, taking the audience on a supermarket-cart ride through hooky, upbeat pop songs, dark ballads about pet euthanasia, and anthems for barbarians, economic conferences, and love.

On occasion, Mathias goes on the road as a duo with clarinetist Ariel Sharratt, and their debut album, Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom: Don’t Believe The Hyperreal, came out in November 2015. More often, Mathias and Ariel are joined by bassist Nick Ferrio, drummer Jake Nicoll and guitarist Darren Browne. The Burning Hell will release Public Library, a new album of distorted story-songs, in April 2016, and they’ll spend the better part of the spring and summer in their natural habitat: the tour van.

‘Canada’s The Burning Hell write the kind of literate, funny, catchy songs that makes you want to learn all the words and shout them passionately back in their faces’ – Drowned in Sound

‘Songwriter Mathias Kom, a mischievous, caustic people’s poet with a world view that lets you know the good guys occasionally win’ – Q Magazine

PLEASE NOTE: The late evening gig has sold out – but we’ve now added a matinee show! Both shows will feature The Burning Hell performing as a band, plus a support act.

MATINEE SHOW: Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Tuesday 17 May 2016
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be working with Dead Oceans’ Bleached for the first time!

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Los Angeles-based sister duo Jennifer and Jessie Clavin knew that things were going to be different for their band Bleached sophomore LP Welcome The Worms. Not only had they managed to charm world-renowned producer and engineer Joe Chiccarelli (Morrissey, The Strokes, Elton John) to join the sisters and their bassist Micayla Grace in the studio, but Jen and Jessie had been crawling out of their own personal dramas. Jessie was evicted from her house and scrambling, while Jen ended a torrid, unhealthy romance. While emotionally spinning, she dove head first into music. She struggled and escaped the pressures with drinking and partying, sometimes to excess, feeling like she was losing herself altogether.

“I was a loose canon,” the commanding front woman says. “I was losing serious control of my personal and creative life. I was falling apart, trying to escape. I felt like Bleached was the only thing I actually cared about.”

The 10-song LP was born out of triple the amount of demos. Sometimes the three girls spent time writing at a remote house in Joshua Tree away from the seemingly destructive city (a first since bassist Micayla had never contributed to songwriting on previous releases). Other times Jen and Jessie worked alone, just like when they were teenaged punk brats playing in their parent’s San Fernando Valley garage imitating their heroes The Slits, Black Flag and Minor Threat.

In the studio, Chiccarelli and co-producer Carlos de la Garza (Paramore, YACHT) helped the band perfect their fervent songs into fearlessly big pop melodies. They drew inspiration from the iconic hits of everyone from Fleetwood Mac to Heart to Roy Ayers. They focused on preproduction and challenged the songs. Jessie took her usual approach to guitar over-dubs and leads (her favorite duty in a recording session). “I just let let my fingers play and kind of surprise me,” she smirks. Still remaining to keep the band’s origin of cheeky, California-punk in the forefront, Welcome The Worms became a smarter, heavier, emotionally deeper Bleached.

“Before we even knew we were working together, I remember Joe saying, you can’t lose these melodies, no matter how raw the music gets,” Jen explains. She penned demos on an acoustic guitar and focused. “If I was happy [with the songs] in [their] rawest form, then I knew it would be even better after going through production.”

“I’ve become a more confident musician,” adds Jessie. “I wanted to be open-minded to this record and try new things we hadn’t done before. I felt such a great amount of respect working with the people we did on this record, feeling really free to do what I wanted to do, and making it a Bleached world.”

Welcome The Worms is an ambitious rock record with a new found pop refinement that somehow still feels like the Shangri-Las on speed, driven forward in a wind of pot and petals, a wall of guitars in the back seat. “Keep on Keepin’ On” is a hypnotic opening anthem that spins like a kaleidoscope, while “Sleepwalking” and “Trying To Lose Myself Again” invoke the struggle of floating through life on autopilot. The drums are instinctual, while the bass bounces like a rubber ball over the lyrics on a karaoke screen. “Sour Candy” is a stand-out hit so effortless and catchy it sticks in your head for days. Synth is only brought in as a thickening agent, just like the harmonies. “Chemical Air” and “I’m All Over The Place (Mystic Mama)” toy with pop sensibilities, while “Desolate Town” shows Jen getting weird on the verses before a Cobain-like chorus.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Common (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 18 May 2016
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be welcoming New Zealand’s Tiny Ruins back to Manchester – this time performing as a duo!

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Hurtling Through is the most recent release from songwriter Hollie Fullbrook, of Tiny Ruins. The EP was recorded and produced in collaboration with US-based Hamish Kilgour, of The Clean. The two first met in New York City in the late autumn of 2013, where they spent a week performing a number of shows together. On the final day of Fullbrook’s stay in New York, they recorded two songs in a basement studio with engineer and producer Gary Olson.

A year later, Fullbrook was back in New York after a long stint of touring, and the pair recorded an additional four tracks, again with Olson. The result is a seven-track EP of folk-based songs. The record includes two W.B. Yeats poems set to music, as well as a field recording of a late-night Brooklyn walk – with percussionist Kilgour taking a silver spoon to the railings and lamp-posts of the borough.

The tracks feature Fullbrook on acoustic and electric guitars, her distinctive vocals captured in a raw and natural form. Kilgour contributes on drums and an eclectic array of percussion, with guest appearances from Greg Vegas on saxophone, and Danny Tunick on bass and vibraphone.

Tour support comes from Blick Bassy. Blick Bassy formed his first band in Cameroon at the age of 17. They were called The Jazz Crew and would later develop into Macase, an inventive jazz fusion group inspired by local rhythms with three singers, all singing a different Cameroonian language. It was here that Blick began to reinvigorate bassa as a language that could be used in modern music, a language that he felt the younger generations should appreciate. After 10 years of performing with Macase – in which the group toured around Africa and played a number of festivals in Europe – Blick grew frustrated with the lack of infrastructure for an artist in Cameroon and decided to move to Paris. It was there, in 2005, that Blick started his solo career, at first collaborating with a wide range of artists, before eventually releasing his debut album Léman (a record that fused West African and Central African rhythms) in 2009, and following it up with Hongo Calling (which was recorded in Brazil following Blick’s research into the musical link – mainly through slavery – between Cameroon and Brazil) in 2011. His latest album, Akö, was released in April 2015 via the pioneering French label Nø Førmat.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from the bar, Common (both no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, Billetto.co.ukWeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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