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Upcoming shows: Kate Davis... Penelope Isles... Rachael Dadd... Smoke Fairies... Twen... Shards... Angel Olsen... Beans on Toast... Lady Lamb... Later Youth... Robin Richards... Alice Boman... Polly Paulusma & Annie Dressner... GospelbeacH... Heather Woods Broderick... Robbie Cavanagh... Jesse Malin... Alberta Cross... Spinning Coin... Chloe Foy... Wolf Parade... Andy Shauf... Douglas Dare... Peggy Sue... Pictish Trail... 365: Aidan O’Rourke, Kit Downes and James Robertson... Gratis: Seazoo... Dana Gavanski... The Dears... The Lovely Eggs... Leif Vollebekk... Lindsay Munroe... The Handsome Family... Aoife O’Donovan... Joan Shelley... glowe... Born Ruffians...

When: 7.30pm on Monday 27 January 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re excited to be working with Kate Davis for the first time!

Kate Davis picked up a violin at age five, a bass at age thirteen. She entered the Portland Youth Philharmonic before puberty, the Grammy Jazz Ensemble before adolescence. By the time she graduated high school, Kate won the Presidential Scholar in the Arts Award and a full ride to the Manhattan School of Music. By the time she graduated college, ASCAP’s Robert Allen Award and slots at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. As a young adult, the virtuoso claimed enthusiastic endorsements from NPR, MTV, PBS and BBC as well as coveted invitations to the stage from Herbie Hancock, Ben Folds, Alison Krauss, Jeff Goldblum and the like. Most recently, she co-wrote Sharon Van Etten’s hit single Seventeen and contributed to the soundtrack for blockbuster Five Feet Apart.

Yet, Kate Davis considers her debut indie rock album her hardest-earned accolade to date.

Kate grew up as a jazz darling, but she grew into something significantly more dynamic. Days spent practicing and performing became nights spent writing — cathartic indie rock — music simultaneously informed by and rebutting of her training. Forbidden chord progressions emerged like diary entries, documents of an internal reaction to routine. Time intended for technique slipped into secret listening sessions of Beach House, Elliot Smith and TV On The Radio. In the same bright, arresting croon that ignited her youthful stardom, Davis created confessionals.

Now 28 and audibly matured, Kate is prepared to properly share the artefacts from her late night craft, a full length reaction to ritual required of perfection, an outburst from the pedestal. Throughout twelve tumultuous tracks, she poetically reflects upon the intricacies of what it is to live, ruminating on topics too close to her heart — identity, self-worth, loss. Trophy will be released November 8, 2019 on Solitaire Recordings.

Local support comes from Hannah Ashcroft. Hannah Ashcroft is an inimitable indie, alt-folk musician hailing from Manchester. With vivid imagery and arresting vocals she explores themes of humanity, mythology and superstition. Striking guitar tones and a unique fingerpicking style reflect a range of diverse influences from John Martyn to Radiohead. After touring and busking her way across the UK, Europe and Australia, she released her Melbourne-made EP The Quiet Kind in 2016, earning support from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music and receiving praise from Folk Radio UK. In November 2019, she released the single Landfire – the release is the first from a body of new material, marking a shift from her acoustic roots and a phase of experimentation.

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When: 7.30pm on Thursday 30 January 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

PLEASE NOTE: This show has sold out! Watch this space for details of future Penelope Isles shows in Manchester.

We’re excited to be welcoming Penelope Isles back to Manchester – for Independent Venue Week!

Hailing from the Isle of Man via Brighton, Penelope Isles is the collaboration of brother and sister Jack and Lily Wolter.

The band mix waves of ambient delays and fuzz guitar noise, sonic dynamics and melodic pop hooks entwined with girl-boy harmonies. Their self-produced home recordings portray an honest lo-fi approach when capturing their own music. Their live set is hypnotic, captivating and moving, smeared with glistening psych, dreamlike chimes, and potency that will transfix and satisfy.

After self-producing/releasing their debut EP Comfortably Swell in 2015, Penelope Isles have consistently toured the UK/Europe off their own backs, working with some of the best promoters in the UK. As well as selling out shows both in Brighton and London, the band has opened for The Magic Numbers, Lost Horizons, Walter TV, Airwaves and British Sea Power.

Nostalgic, but undeniably new, Penelope Isles’ debut LP Until The Tide Creeps In was released in March 2019 via Bella Union Records. For the lovers of early Arcade Fire, Grandaddy and Mogwai.

Special guest is Francis Lung. Manchester’s own Francis Lung, the nom de plume of former Wu Lyf member Tom McClung, releases his new single I Wanna Live In My Dreams. his debut release for Memphis Industries, where he joins the likes of the Go! Team, Poliça, Field Music, it comes with a gorgeously intricate self-produced video.

Following on from the home-recorded Volumes 1 + 2 EPs, which contained titbits written during his time in Wu Lyf, I Wanna Live In My Dreams sees Francis Lung return with a bigger, more expansive sound. Recorded at Low Four Studios with Brendan Williams (Dutch Uncles, Go Go Penguin) on production duties, it’s a baroque pop rocket that signals Francis Lung’s new-found ambitions.

PLEASE NOTE: This show has sold out! Watch this space for details of future Penelope Isles shows in Manchester.

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When: 7.30pm on Friday 31 January 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re excited to be welcoming Rachael Dadd to Gullivers!

Living half her time as a travelling musician in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes; all this is a furnace for Rachael Dadd‘s innovative songwriting. With a string of releases in the UK, EU and Japan including her highly acclaimed previous album We Resonate, contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael is making her sixth album. It’s her first full band studio album and sees her collaborating with Jim Barr of Portishead, Marcus Hamblett (James Holden/ Laura Marling/ Bears Den), Emma Gatrill (Matthew and the Atlas, Sons of Noel and Adrian) and drummer Rob Pemberton (Low Chimes, Emily Barker).

Rachael’s live show takes on multiple forms. In 2016 to 2017 her solo ‘Piano and Projection’ show received an Emerging Excellence Award and toured venues and festivals in the UK and Japan. She has just completed her first full band tour in Japan, attended by many renowned Japanese musicians with talk of the band being ‘currently one of the best in Japan’.

Rachael has performed at countless festivals in the UK, Europe, Japan and Australia. She has played numerous headline tours in the UK, Europe, and Japan and has toured with This Is The Kit, David Thomas Broughton, Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Rozi Plain and Alessi?s Ark. An experienced solo musician and in equal measure a keen collaborator, Rachael has previously formed various bands with such as Kate Stables of This is the Kit and Francois of Francois and the Atlas Mountains, and has written songs for some top names in the industry in Japan such as UA and Gontiti. She co-curated The Local’s SHHH festival in Bristol and organised group exhibition ‘DIY is all you need’ with fellow musicians and artists.

‘Contender for best of the year lists….you never know what she’s going to do next’ – Lauren Laverne

‘Rachael Dadd is one of the most talented wise prolific and important women of our times’ – Kate Stables of This is the Kit

Tour support comes from Brighton’s Marcus Hamblett. For the last five years, multi-instrumentalist Marcus Hamblett has earned his bread and butter as a session musician mostly touring internationally with folk/pop acts. However, debut solo album Concrete is an entirely different beast, combining free improvisation with collage and strict arrangement in a way that hints at Gastr Del Sol, Tortoise and Six Organs of Admittance. Vintage analog synths and awkward guitar melodies intermingle with ghostly female vocals, betraying the influence of Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai‘s 70’s horror theme music.

Hamblett is also a member of many other bands including Eyes & No Eyes and Sons of Noel and Adrian, and has worked as a producer, arranger or instrumentalist with countless others including Fear of Men, Emma Gatrill, Laura Marling, Rachael Dadd, Landshapes, Rozi Plain, Bear’s Den, Kristin McClement, Alessi’s Ark, Peggy Sue, Willy Mason, Broken Social Scene, Moulettes and Dan Mangan.

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When: 7pm on Saturday 1 February 2020
Where: Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, Manchester M1 1DF

PLEASE NOTE: This show has sold out! Watch this space for details of future Smoke Fairies shows in Manchester.

We’re delighted to be working with Smoke Fairies once again!

Smoke Fairies have announced the release their first album for four years. Darkness Brings The Wonders Home will be released on 31 January, coupled with new tour dates for the band. The first single to be taken from the album, Disconnect, has also been released on all streaming platforms.

Jessica and Katherine travelled to Seattle to record Darkness Brings The Wonders Home with producer Phil Ek (The Black Angels, Fleet Foxes, The Shins) and, over the course of a rigorous month-long session in Seattle, adopted a purposely intimate approach to achieving a singular sonic tone.

In the making of Darkness Brings The Wonders Home, Smoke Fairies drew inspiration from mysteries both real and imagined: sea monsters, flocks of crows taking flight in extravagant formation, strange creatures dwelling in the mud near their new South London abode.

‘Times of darkness are when people are often the most imaginative,’ says Jessica Davies in reflecting on the album’s title. ‘It helps you to see all the wonders of the world you hadn’t noticed before – the things you’ve been blind to because you’ve been on autopilot for so long.’

To celebrate the album’s release Smoke Fairies have announced a tour starting in Manchester on 1 February. The band dropped new track Out Of The Woods in August and follow it with first single, Disconnect.

Tour support comes from John J Presley – a musician currently based in Brighton, playing guitar, pedal steel, bass and clarinet. His debut album, As The Night Draws In, is out now via BMG/AWAL.

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When: 7.30pm on Tuesday 11 February 2020
Where: YES (Basement), 38 Charles Street, Manchester M1 7DB

We’re delighted to be welcoming Twen back to Manchester – this time, headlining at YES!

What’s a touring band without a record? For the past two years, Twen has been re-defining what a touring band looks like in an age of homogeneous pop crafted for streaming consumption. Born in the Boston DIY scene and then quickly shoving off to Nashville, the psych inspired indie-rock four-piece has not stopped touring since their formation, representing a refreshing antidote in an increasingly digital world. Led by vocalist Jane Fitzsimmons and guitarist Ian Jones, the band have racked up a touring schedule that few groups could muster without the aid of a debut album.

Disregarding music industry order-of-operations, Twen defied the mold through their ‘Twen Live’ cassette release in 2017. Recorded from their first performance (ever) in a Boston basement, the five-song EP is their only recorded music prior to their upcoming release. Awestruck, their debut album (out via Frenchkiss Records), is a time capsule of their music on and off the road, two years in the making. Recorded at different times and locations, each song builds upon the next, starting with the title track, the first song ever written between the two; bookended with Horseblood, the slow burning haunt with a vocal maturity and complexity only harnessed through experience. Often referencing time itself, like the top-heavy rock anthem Long Time, time stretches throughout the record, and leaves you wanting more.

Though unabashedly indie rock, their songs genre-bend from shoe-gaze-sized walls of sound to Beatle-esque call-and-response vocal harmonies. While on Baptism, Jones’ delicate finger-picking patterns ring through fuzz and distortion, combining folk roots with in-your-face rock; Fitzsimmons’ voice weaves through guitar lines with Cocteau Twin’s inspired flair, giving breath of ethereal mysticism across the album. In Honey Smacks, the often fragmented and stream-of-consciousness lyrics are intensified by countless infectious melodies that are as timeless as they are simple.

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When: 7pm on Wednesday 12 February 2020
Where: Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, Manchester M1 1DF

We’re delighted to be working with Erased Tapes’ Shards for the first time!

Shards is the vocal-led project of singer, composer and producer Kieran Brunt. Having recently signed to Erased Tapes, Shards formed in 2016 when the Barbican were looking for a choir to collaborate with Nils Frahm for their Possibly Colliding festival. Building on the success of the performances, Nils Frahm invited Shards to perform on his breakthrough album All Melody. They have since appeared on records by Michael Price, Masayoshi Fujita, Luke Howard and more.

Since forming Shards, Brunt has been keen to present voices in a non-traditional way. Rather than aiming for seamless blends or absolute precision, he is interested in highlighting the differences between voices, exploring and celebrating their unique textures.

Shards’ debut full length will be a collection of short, sonic paintings, where each burst of colour adds to an overall picture of the emotional confusion of early adulthood: the uncertainty, the excitement, the terror and the relief. These pieces are about looking above, below and inside oneself, and about questioning our place in a world which is becoming more and more perplexing to comprehend.

Shards is Kieran Brunt, Lucy Cronin, Sarah Latto, Bethany Horak-Hallett, Kate Huggett, Chris Huggon, Jack Lawrence-Jones, Rose Martin, Augustus Perkins Ray, Oli Martin-Smith, Josephine Stephenson and Héloïse Werner.

Local support comes from One Little Atlas, or OLA. One Little Atlas are from Manchester, consisting of Dean Jones and Kevan Hardman. Their music is characterised by sweeping aural soundscapes, beat driven tracks, glistening guitars, skilled electronica and soaring vocals that brim with beauty. Starting back in 2013, they have since released an album, two EPs, and composed scores to films Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka in collaboration with Manchester collective Videojam. They have shared the live stage with Future Islands, Here We Go Magic, Sylvan Esso, Errors and Ulrich Schnauss among others.

The group’s original works also saw them perform soundtracks and commissions live at the RNCM, John Rylands Library and Whitworth Art Gallery. Taking an unusual path through the Manchester underground, One Little Atlas have been crafting cinematic and powerful live performances in 2019 which saw them perform for new audiences at Manchester International and Bluedot festivals. In 2020 they plan to tour in support of their next album, create a new soundtrack for photographer/filmmaker Paul Daly’s film Mirror With A Memory as well as a new work with contemporary dance duo Damae Dance.

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When: 7pm on Thursday 13 February 2020
Where: O2 Ritz Manchester, Whitworth Street West, Manchester M1 5NQ

PLEASE NOTE: This show has sold out! Watch this space for details of future Angel Olsen shows in Manchester.

We’re delighted to be welcoming Angel Olsen back to Manchester!

The descent into darkness is a trope we find time again across history, literature and film — a protagonist plunging further and further into the depths. But there is also an abyss above. There is a winding white staircase that goes ever upward into the great unknown — each step, each turn, requiring a greater boldness and confidence than the one before. This is the journey on which we find Angel Olsen.

Olsen’s flight is both upward and inward. Olsen’s artistic beginnings as a collaborator shifted seamlessly to her magnificent, cryptic-to-cosmic solo work, and then she formed bands to play her songs, and her stages and audiences grew exponentially. But all along, Olsen was more concerned with a different kind of path, and on her vulnerable, Big Mood new album, All Mirrors, we can see her taking an introspective deep dive towards internal destinations and revelations. In the process of making this album, she found a new sound and voice, a blast of fury mixed with hard won self-acceptance.

‘I guess you could say some bold and unexpected things have happened in my life,’ Olsen said. ‘It feels like part of my writing has come back from the past, and another part of it was waiting to exist.’

All Mirrors gets its claws into you on both micro and macro levels. Of course, there’s that singular vibrato, always so very close — seemingly simple, cooed phrases expand into massive ideas about the inability to love and universal loneliness. And then suddenly — huge string arrangements and four horsemen bellowing synth swells emerge, propelling the apocalyptic tenor. Throughout All Mirrors, Angel fully lets in the goth tones that always lurked at the ends of her song craft.

‘In every way — from the making of it, to the words, to how I feel moving forward — this record is about owning up to your darkest side,’ Olsen said. ‘Finding the capacity for new love and trusting change, even when you feel like a stranger. This is a record about facing yourself and learning to forgive what you see. It is about losing empathy, trust, love for destructive people. It is about walking away from the noise and realising that you can have solitude and peace in your own thoughts, that your thoughts alone can be just as valid, if not more.’

The first step of All Mirrors, was conceiving a back-to-basics solo record, which she recorded with producer Michael Harris in Anacortes, Washington. Soon after that was completed, a more ambitious version of the album began to percolate in her mind. This second, more maximalist version of All Mirrors evolved slowly with producer John Congleton, arranger Jherek Bischoff, Swiss Army Knife musician/arranger Ben Babbitt, and a 14-piece orchestra.

‘I was determined to keep it bare bones in order to contrast with the not yet recorded full band record,’ Olsen said. ‘I wanted to have versions of these songs that are completely raw and real in the way some of my earlier recordings are, so that I could have the choice to play alone or with a band.’

While remaking the album with full production and new collaborators, Olsen developed a new relationship with control. And in that process, she developed an even clearer vision of herself as an artist.

‘It’s scary to be your own compass, to trust new faces, to be a stranger — but sometimes that’s the only way forward,’ she said. ‘When you’ve been in a repetitive cycle so long it’s difficult for anyone to see you as someone who could come out of it. When you’ve made an example of yourself that people expect, some voices remind you of that example even when you know in your heart you’ve made changes.’

‘As I see it, in order for an artist to survive some kind of change, change needs to be a constant. For myself that constant change means having some kind of epiphany or clarity expressed in song. I don’t know if it’s something I inspire or attract, or if it’s just in the way I’m looking at my surroundings, but drama is something that surrounds my world and always has. I’m at least happy that I’ve learned to write it down.’

Tour support comes from Hand Habits. Meg Duffy grew up in a small town in Upstate New York and they cut their teeth as a session guitarist and touring member of Kevin Morby’s band. The Hand Habits project emerged after Meg moved to Los Angeles; it started as a private songwriting outlet but soon evolved into a fully-fledged band with Meg at the helm. Hand Habits’ debut album, Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void), was released by Woodsist Records in 2017. The LP was entirely self-produced and recorded in Meg’s home during spare moments when they weren’t touring. Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void) is a lush, homespun collection of folk songs that found Meg in an exploratory state as an artist moving out on their own for the first time.

Two years later, Hand Habits has returned with their sophomore album, placeholder, on Saddle Creek. To make this album, Meg chose to work in a studio and bring in collaborators, entrusting them with what had previously been a very personal creative process. Over the course of 12 tracks, Meg emerges with new confidence as both a bandleader and singer. This album is as tender and immediate as anything Meg’s ever written, but it’s also intensely focused and refined, the work of a meticulous musician ready to share their singular vision with the world.

This show is a co-promotion with Now Wave.

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When: 7pm on Friday 14 February 2020
Where: Gorilla, 54-56 Whitworth Street West, Manchester M1 5WW

We’re delighted to be bringing Beans on Toast back to Gorilla!

Beans on Toast – the prolific cult songwriter – is coming to a town near you. Climate emergency? Boris as PM? Rail-melting heat waves? A No Deal Brexit? Beans’ new album could only ever be called one thing: ‘The Inevitable Train Wreck’.

For now he’s holding his cards quite close to his chest, but he’s promised ‘a rock ’n’ roll album about our dying planet’. The new release from the Essex folk hero will find him searching for hope and change in what may be Earth’s darkest hour.

On track for a 25-date tour across the nation this winter, catch him playing songs from The Inevitable Train Wreck and his huge, well-loved back catalogue.

The Inevitable Train Wreck’ will be released on 1 December 2019.

Special guest is Tensheds. From the Royal Academy of Music to blues hobo, from John Mayall to the House of Lords, from recording in a barn to opening the Isle Of Wight festival, the world of Tensheds is anything but ordinary. Tensheds’ audacious showmanship deftly delivers a brand of gritty, heavy, edgy blues/punk, which incorporate elements of this classical background. Back with a new album and now performing with Ed Wells on drums, this duo take no prisoners when they deliver what Tensheds has coined ’21st Century Blues’. For the uninitiated think The White Stripes meets Tom Waits via Jerry Lee Lewis.

This is a 14+ show. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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When: 7.30pm on Friday 14 February 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be welcoming Lady Lamb back to Manchester!

For the first time since Even in the Tremor was released in April, Aly Spaltro – aka Lady Lamb – is heading overseas for European dates this winter. These intimate solo dates will showcase new takes on the album’s songs, recorded at Figure 8 Studios in Brooklyn with bassist/pianist Benjamin Lazar Davis (Cuddle Magic, Kimbra, Okkervil River) and drummer Jeremy Gustin (David Byrne, Albert Hammond Jr., Rubble Bucket).

For Even in The Tremor, Spaltro turned inwards. She references specific memories, like having a tantrum in a batting cage, being baptised by her parents in a kiddie pool, and untangling her girlfriend’s wet hair, resulting in an album that is deeply rooted in the people and places that have shaped her into the self-determining artist she is today. Her introspective vision was championed by producer Erin Tonkon (Tony Visconti, David Bowie’s Blackstar), a confidante she instantly bonded with over certain hardships they had each faced in the music industry.

‘Her songs, stuffed with information and emotion, act as an extended reminder to appreciate the gentler things the world has to offer’ – Pitchfork

Tour support comes from Toth. Toth is the project of Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist songwriter Alex Toth, known for collaborating and writing with Kimbra, Alexander F, Rubblebucket, Cuddle Magic and others. As Toth, he presents his most vulnerable songs and performances yet, often sung in a style reminiscent of Arthur Russell, while also adding trumpet and guitar. Debut album Practice Magic and Seek Professional Help When Necessary came out May 2019 on Northern Spy Records (worldwide) and Figure Eight (EU/UK). The album was mixed by Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Nick Hakim).

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 19 February 2020
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to host the first Manchester headline show by Later Youth!

Later Youth is the new solo project from British singer-songwriter and producer Jo Dudderidge. His distinctive voice, soulful piano and lyrical wit take centre stage within songs and arrangements that have drawn comparisons ranging from Rufus Wainwright to The Bees and Dr. John.

Having fronted revered Manchester cult heroes The Travelling Band for over a decade, the multi-instrumentalist has also made his name playing piano for other artists including Ren Harvieu, Aldous Harding, James Walsh and Lissie (the latter invited him to open on her world tour in 2019).

The soul-piano of Nuclear Love (Demo) is a hint of what’s to come, and with more music due in the new year this is an opportunity to see something from the very beginning – with his first full band outing in Manchester at Gullivers. Not to be missed!

‘It’s rare for a lesser known warm up act to have such a huge impact on an audience but all eyes were fixated to something, and someone, who we wish could’ve gone on forever’ – Gig Junkies

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