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Upcoming shows: Slim Cessna’s Auto Club... Avec Sans... Kiran Leonard... Michael Nau... Good Morning... Jen Cloher... Dotan... Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton... Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts... The Dears... Thomas Truax... Frankie Rose... The Weather Station... The Breath... The Lovely Eggs... The Proper Ornaments... Robbie Cavanagh... BA Johnston... Wesley Gonzalez... CC Smugglers... Weyes Blood... Jared & The Mill... Julie Byrne... The Burning Hell... Left Lane Cruiser... Son of Dave... Daniel Romano... The Travelling Band... Aldous Harding... William the Conqueror... Wolf Parade... Skinny Lister + Beans on Toast... Lost Horizons... Leif Vollebekk... Euros Childs... Lowly... Jesca Hoop... Karl Blau... The Deslondes... Will Varley...

When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 20 September 2017
Where: The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

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We’re delighted to be working with Slim Cessna’s Auto Club for the first time – plus guest Breadfoot!

In September 2016, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club released their new album, The Commandments According to SCAC. It has been 24 years since Slim Cessna parted ways with The Denver Gentlemen, that grand progenitor of the peculiar strain of Gothic Americana unique to the Mile High City, to form Slim Cessna’s Auto Club with a group of talented peers.

Many bands with a long and successful run like that would stick close to its roots. But rather than rest on well-earned laurels, the Auto Club challenged itself to break with well-worn modes of operating for the new record.

Wallace Stenger may have captured the spirit of the west in his 1971 novel Angle of Repose. Jim Thompson surely exposed the lurid underbelly of the Western experience. Cormac McCarthy definitely evoked the conflicted, tortured spirit of small town life on the frontier. William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor informed all of them with a humour and soulfulness. It is that literary tradition that imbues the harrowing and celebratory sound and riveting stories of Slim Cessna’s Auto Club. And for a full 20 years it was largely in that realm of art that the Auto Club revelled and garnered a loyal cult following well beyond the boundaries of The Queen City of the Plains.

But no band can be satisfied with treading the same territory that it helped to define forever. The Commandments According to SCAC will be the first full-length album of original material released on the Auto Club’s own imprint, SCACUNINCORPORATED.

The title evokes the themes of cosmic punishment and redemption that have served the band’s songwriting engine so well in the past. But this set of songs sounds more hopeful and expansive, a quality that was always there but this time out the brighter sides of the songwriting are emphasised. Hints of this saw early full-flown expression on 2008’s Cipher and Unentitled from 2011.

With The Commandments, however, the Auto Club seems to step forward into the promise of its own possibilities. It remains capable of the heady darkness and celebratory intensity with which it made its name.

Now that charmingly dusky and spare sound breathes with a color and delicacy of feeling that perhaps sat in the background in times past. Maybe it’s partly due to the greater creative contributions from longtime collaborator Rebecca Vera and The Peeler or the inclusion of upright bass player Ian O’ Dougherty. But the core of the band’s songwriting and sound is anchored firmly in the vision of Slim, Munly Munly and Lord Dwight Pentacost.

Whatever the true source of this transformation, The Commandments According to SCAC sounds like a band marshalling its creative inspiration to mark out a new chapter of its existence. When you get to see the Auto Club tour following the album’s release, you’ll get to see an already mighty band reinvigorated by this new spirit as well as by the fire that has long burned in its collective belly.

Special guest is Breadfoot. Breadfoot was spawn of the East River Delta. He digs his whiskey neat and his coffee black. He is a one-man band whose idiosyncratic take on life and wide range of influences from The Carter Family and The Sherman Brothers to Tom Waits, fuels his unique brand of Tin Pan Americana.

Live, Breadfoot has been described by London Time Out as ‘gritty guitar picking and home-spun wisdom… a raconteur par excellence’. He has shared the stage with The Avett Brothers, Malcolm Holcombe, Regina Spektor, Kimya Dawson, Langhorne Slim, The Decemberists, Richard Buckner, Gary Lucas and the Larry Love Show Band (the acoustic branch of Alabama 3).

His most recent album Salvatella was released in August 2015. The new album from the opening solo acoustic salve of the title track to the final cymbal crash of the Dixieland inspired Still Can’t (Find My Heart) that closes out the side is his most adventurous to date. It has been described by Americana UK as ‘a refreshing alternative to some of the more archetypal Americana’.

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When: 7.30pm on Thursday 21 September 2017
Where: The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

We’re delighted to be working with Avec Sans again – this time, at the Castle Hotel!

Avec Sans are Alice Fox and Jack St James, from Manchester and Trinidad respectively, now living in London. They make dreamy electronic pop music. Signed to US label Beverly Martel, Avec Sans’ single releases have achieved national radio play and media acclaim and their debut album Heartbreak Hi charted in the top 50 on iTunes.

Avec Sans started performing live in 2014 and quickly gained recognition for their energetic shows. Aiming to break down the walls of electronic laptop performances, Jack hacked his Novation launch pad to display a light show and uses three of them in tandem tilted towards the audience.

Avec Sans supported Ladyhawke on her 2016 UK tour and have played alongside acts such as Little Boots, Capital Cities, Bright Light Bright Light and The Pet Shop Boys. They’ve played live for BBC Introducing and at events such as SxSW, Cannes Lions, Canadian Music Week, CMJ New York, The Great Escape, Kendal Calling and other European events.

‘Avec Sans are a cut above your average duo… right on the sweet spot between hazy ‘80s nostalgia and 21st century introspection’ – NME

Support comes from brand new Manchester synth-pop duo Koalas.

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When: 7pm on Saturday 23 September 2017
Where: Band on the Wall, 26 Swan Street, Manchester M4 5JZ

We’re delighted to be working with Kiran Leonard again – this time, performing his new album, Derevaun Seraun.

Kiran Leonard announces details of a new album Derevaun Seraun, set to be released 15 September on Moshi Moshi. It is the follow-up to 2016’s acclaimed Grapefruit LP, his first for Moshi Moshi.

Lead single, Living With Your Ailments, is a seven-minutes-plus song inspired by Albert Camus’ 1942 philosophy work The Myth of Sisyphus. ‘I read it for the first time as an unhappy, nervous 17-year-old and I found it deeply moving and comforting,’ says Leonard. ‘It is an essay about taking the cards we are dealt – mortality, nothingness, uncertainty – and doing our best with them, in humour and in optimism and in open-mindedness.’

Leonard has also announced details of a UK tour to coincide with the release, on which he’ll be accompanied by a string trio to perform Derevaun Seraun in full. The short tour includes a special night at Manchester’s Band on the Wall on Saturday 23 September, featuring voice, piano and string trio.

Read on for Leonard’s statement on Derevaun Seraun.

‘DEREVAUN SERAUN is a piece I wrote a couple years back in five movements for voice, piano and string trio. Each movement is written about a different piece of literature, exploring the value I see in each work and the impression it has made on me, and there is nothing more to it than that. The pleasure of books – of good verse and stories and ideas – is a very simple thing, and I felt that some lofty unifying theme for the entire piece would be a betrayal of that belief. I think that when a work resonates with you it is an instinctive response to something. You can be taught to understand a challenging book, but not to feel affection for it; I think a lot of conversation around art, especially around literature, sometimes forgets this. In my experience, the art I like the most, irrespective of its “difficulty”, is the art I can advocate most directly and plainly, and about which I can say: “I read this piece and now I do not read or think in the same way that I did before”, or: “This is a story that I could not explain to someone; I do not understand it word-for-word, yet I feel like innately I understand the whole, and that the whole spoke to me”. This is a piece about five books that I like and why I like them.’

‘A singular new talent is being forged’ – the Guardian

‘Leonard is an autodidact of amazing talent and energy’ – Pitchfork

Support comes from Leantime. Leantime is Elin Rossiter (of Elle Mary & The Bad Men) and Nick Ainsworth (of Former Bullies). Their songs are melancholic and hopeful – focussing on harmony in sound and disharmony in content. Think Emmylou and Gram, Nancy and Lee or June and Johnny. It’s classic songwriting, delivered honestly and plainly.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Band on the Wall’s box office (no booking fee), Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange, WeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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When: 7.30pm on Monday 25 September 2017
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be working with Michael Nau again!

Michael Nau is just 6 months on from putting out his first album under his own name and is preparing for its follow up with a sense of immediacy. A new collection of twelve songs entitled Some Twist represents some of his most sharp and moving work to date, and finds the Maryland-born songwriter looking to move quickly enough to avoid some of the stop/start nature that had previously left large gaps of time falling between his output. While last year’s Mowing and its standout single Love Survive can be viewed as commercial and critical successes for Nau, it was the act of putting the album out to begin with that was perhaps the biggest victory. After veering away from two different outfits he had fronted in the mid-to-late aughts, Nau had spent an a good deal of time overthinking his next move to a semi-paralysing degree:

‘Mowing felt like a success for me because I had just spent so long with no idea if was ever-going to put out a record again. I felt like I was going to write music for the rest of my life and maybe go play some shows, but in the back of my mind I wasn’t sure I still had the courage to put an album out into the world. I spent so much time passing through, working on things and then just throwing them away and moving on to the next thing. So really, it was a success because it came out at all. At the time I would tell people in my life that I was working on a record, but nothing would happen. So when it finally came out it felt like getting over a wall in a way, because I had somehow forgotten how to put things together and finish them.’

Upon the urging of others around him, Nau did eventually put Mowing together and saw fans and the critical community alike respond in 2016. Said Pitchfork upon the album’s release: ‘His masterful instinct for arrangement, along with his reedy voice, earns Nau a place in the rock’n’roll underdogs’ Hall of Fame.’ Shortly thereafter, the uplifting single Love Survive caught the attention of various BBC Radio DJs and programmers, leading to an extended run of airplay that has spread to a brand new audience throughout Europe. But Nau is resisting the urge to fall into the same habit of tinkering for too long again. Some Twist was recorded just after Mowing saw its release in Europe, wrapping it up in early January 2017. February saw Michael debut some of the new material live on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic.

The album’s first single, Good Thing, was released in March, a driving flurry of introspection laid within a piano and fuzz arrangement. Second single Light That Ever was released just now. Some Twist will see its release on 16 June via Full Time Hobby. Overall, the album splits its time between feeling both energised and unhurried, while featuring the same penetrating songwriting that has led fans to latch onto Nau since he arrived.

Tour support comes from The Saxophones. Alexi Erenkov’s duo The Saxophones create beautiful and personal music. Accompanied by his wife, Alison Alderdice, on percussion and samplers, they blend the darkness and melancholy of 1950s balladry with minimalistic woodwind arrangements, creating a hypnotic sound that hearkens to the past while affirming its place in the present.

This show is co-promotion with Now Wave.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 27 September 2017
Where: The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

We’re delighted to be working with Melbourne’s Good Morning for the first time!

Good Morning are a two piece recording project made up of Stefan Blair (Gemini) and Liam Parsons (Aries) from Melbourne, Australia. The two met in high school and have been writing songs ever since. In 2013, they went halvies in a Foxtex 4 track tape machine; Good Morning is the result of that investment.

They have released two mildly received EPs, Shawcross and Glory, and some similarly received singles. In a live setting they are joined by James Macleod (Libra) and John Considine (Sagittarius). Together they have performed in the United States at CMJ Music Marathon and most of Australia.

Career highlights include being unfavourably compared to Mac DeMarco a lot, that time Urban Outfitters asked to play their music in stores and when Tyler, the Creator tweeted the cover of Shawcross.

This July, Melbourne-based independent label Bedroom Suck Records will re-issue these two beautifully produced and incredibly catchy records on one 12-inch vinyl package.

‘The slow tempo and gentle instrumentals are simply mesmerizing’ – The Fader

‘Evoking both the hazy, slacker tones of Captured Tracks superstar Mac DeMarco with the bittersweet bossa nova act Little Joy … layering sliding guitar ditties and mellifluous harmonies over fuzzy guitar strumming’ – SPIN

Local support comes from Secret Admirer, the solo project from Nick Ainsworth of Former Bullies and Dinner Party fame. In 2016 he released a 20-song self-titled tape via Belfast’s CF Records.

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When: 7.30pm on Friday 29 September 2017
Where: The Eagle Inn, 19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW

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We’re delighted to be working with Jen Cloher for the first time!

Acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Jen Cloher has released her much anticipated self-titled album – her fourth.

By now you would have heard the singles – the raw and unflinching examination of Forgot Myself, and the melancholy sweep of Regional Echo – pointing towards Cloher’s unique way with a double edged lyric and serrated guitar chord. It’s certainly something critics have picked up on, with the album so far winning accolades from the likes of the Guardian, Observer, Loud and Quiet and more.

A letter in triplicate addressed to the themes of love, music and Australia, Jen Cloher is the culmination of a period of artistic and personal growth in which the artist took her rightful place as a punk-rock figurehead of Australia’s famous DIY music scene. She is an outspoken advocate for artist rights and co-founder of the incredible Milk! Records label, which includes the likes of Courtney Barnett and Fraser A. Gorman among its luminaries. Since 2013, Cloher’s output has been increasingly sharp-witted and poetic, with her last album, the critically lauded In Blood Memory representing an artistic apex for the artist and garnering her a prestigious Australian Music Prize nomination.

Released through Cloher and Barnett’s own label Milk! Records, Jen Cloher represents another quantum leap forward for the artist. Recorded amidst the rolling greenery of South-Eastern Australia and mixed at Jeff Tweedy’s famous Loft Studios in Chicago, the songs are split by Courtney Barnett’s extraordinary lead guitar and anchored by the rhythm section of Bones Sloane and Jen Sholakis. The end result is bold, assured, and piercingly observed, seeing Cloher face up to painful truths with unwavering honesty and emerge triumphant. On tracks like Analysis Paralysis and Shoegazers Cloher dissects the complacency of privilege, while on the stirring anthem-to-be Strong Woman she looks to her Maori heritage of women warriors, proud that her mother ‘wanted respect more than love’.

This is Cloher at her most incisive and witty, cutting and expressive, and represents possibly her most stunning body of work to date.

‘Her fourth and best album yet… incredible’ – The Guardian

‘Astonishingly candid… (she) tackles politics, equality and pride with frank intimacy’ – The Observer New Review

Tour support comes from Melbourne’s Cable Ties. Cable Ties are frenetic lead lines tethered to a hypnotic rhythm section. They take the three-minute punk burner and stretch it past breaking point. Suddenly the garage rock gives way as primitive boogie, kraut and post-punk take things way out to the horizon.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 4 October 2017
Where: The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

We’re delighted to be working with Amsterdam’s Dotan for the first time!

After having played over a hundred living room shows to conquer his stage fright, Dotan finally released his debut album 7 Layers in 2014. The album instantly connected with audiences and within a year the Dutch singer-songwriter took the multi-award winning album from living rooms, to international festivals, to his sold out, headline, stadium show in Amsterdam. His songs Home and Hungry were instant hits. A unique vocal, heartfelt lyrics and dynamic musicianship resonated with listeners and no matter the scale, his shows provided an experience, mixing big drums and anthemic numbers with more intimate and acoustic moments.

His music was featured in many popular US television shows and the legendary Ben Folds invited him to tour throughout North America in 2016. As the roller-coaster ride slowed, and in response, Dotan decided to go back to his own living room and record new music. The song Bones is the first result of a stripped-bare approach going back to his singer-songwriter core. This tour adopts the same approach. No big band, no drums, no stadiums. Just Dotan and his guitar. New cities, venues, audiences and new stories.

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When: 7pm on Friday 6 October 2017
Where: The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE

We’re delighted to be working with Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton – founding members of The Be Good Tanyas – this time at the Deaf Institute!

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Fifteen years ago, Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton – two founders of the wildly popular group The Be Good Tanyas – first joined forces. Now they come together once again, with a worldwide touring schedule and new studio album coming in 2017. Their new project, as always, is a page from the big book of North Americana and outsider folk.

Holland grew up in Texas, and by her teens was performing as a traveling musician. In the late 1990s, she called San Francisco home before making her way to Canada where she co-founded the Tanyas with Vancouver singer-songwriter Samantha Parton. Parton had spent her post-high school years travelling with her guitar, and drawing strong musical inspiration from visits to the southern US; she spent time living in New Orleans, Holland’s ancestral home.

After contributing to the Tanyas’ acclaimed Blue Horse LP, Holland moved back to San Francisco while Parton continued to tour and record with the group until a serious car accident took her off the road in 2012. With this new creative incarnation, expect to hear newly written originals, fresh arrangements of The Be Good Tanyas material, and songs from their individual catalogues.

Local support comes from Rik Warren – new blues for a boundless wind.

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When: 7.30pm on Sunday 8 October 2017
Where: The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE

We’re delighted to be presenting Jeffrey Lewis’ first Manchester show in two years – with his band, Los Bolts.

After a year of mostly USA touring, Jeffrey Lewis returns with his band to the old-world side of the Atlantic for a number of UK and Europe gigs in October 2017! As always there will be new songs, old songs, illustrated songs, rock songs, folk songs, stories and poems, in what has been long-established as one of the most reliably compelling and unmissable live acts in all of indie rock.

Jeffrey’s current touring ensemble of recent years, Los Bolts, features Brent (Moldy Peaches, Dufus) Cole on drums and Mem (Cat Tatt, Fem Doms) Pahl on bass and keys. While still coasting on Rough Trade’s 2015 release of the triumphant Manhattan album, Jeffrey has typically not stayed still for very long, and has no less than three new albums in various states of pre-release; one is an album of all covers of songs written by the late Tuli Kupferberg of the Fugs, another is Jeffrey’s third album-collaboration with septuagenarian weird-folk musician Peter Stampfel, and yet another is the forthcoming new Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts studio album, though none of these albums has an official release date as of this writing.

‘Jeffrey Lewis is the best lyricist working in the US today’ – Jarvis Cocker

‘Bizarre but brilliant’ – Uncut

Local support comes from Hot Shorts. The quartet released their eponymous debut album through Super Smash Hits in November 2016.

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When: 7pm on Tuesday 10 October 2017
Where: The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE

We’re delighted to be working with The Dears for the first time – for their first Manchester show in six years – with support from Au Revoir Simone’s Annie Hart, plus Lou Canon!

The Dears have announced the release of their seventh studio album, Times Infinity Volume Two, due 14 July 2017 through Dangerbird Records. The album is the second instalment of a two-album project from the Montréal band. Following a six-year absence,The Dears made their return to the UK earlier in 2017, with the much-applauded release of Times Infinity Volume One and a run of sold-out UK and European live shows (the band’s first since 2011). The Dears are currently sharing the first track to be lifted from Volume Two, Of Fisticuffs.

Volume Two sees the completion of a body of work, which founding members Murray Lightburn and Natalia Yanchak recorded over a two year period between Toronto’s Revolution Recording and Montréal’s Thee Mighty Hotel2Tango. Speaking about the process, Lightburn says of the final mix sessions for Volume Two: ‘At the hotel2tango, it had been a 20-hour day. I worked deliriously towards finishing Volume Two. In part it was because I knew precisely how it was all supposed to fit together but mostly because there was another band’s session coming within just hours. It really recalled those overnight mixing sessions for No Cities Left, complete with a fresh-faced Howard (studio co-owner Bilerman) arriving in the morning, coffee in hand, asking, “how did it go?” I still don’t really know. But I did my best.’ Both Lightburn and Yanchak identify Volume Two – a record driven by an unmistakeable sense of unease – as the comparatively darker component of the Times Infinity series.

The Dears have majored in bristling honesty throughout their 25 year-strong career, and Volume Two is no less candid, with the microscope turned on Lightburn and Yanchak themselves. Propelled by driving bass-lines, fractious early single Of Fisticuffs doubles down on the propulsive agitation of Times Infinity’s first instalment, typifying the universal, everyday tightrope of choosing which battles to fight. For Lightburn and Yanchak – married with a young family of their own – a sense of protecting what’s important runs deep through Volume Two, though rendered with disarming tenderness.

The Dears emerged out of the early Noughties Canadian indie renaissance, cementing their orchestral-pop- noir sound with celebrated debut album End of a Hollywood Bedtime Story, in 2000. In 2001 and 2002, they released the EPs Orchestral Pop Noir Romantique and Protest, as well as a collection of unreleased songs, Nor the Dahlias. In 2003 they released their second full-length album No Cities Left, and a string of highly anticipated shows at SxSW 2004 launched their international career. Gang of Losers, released in 2006, was well received by the press, and was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. A tumultuous transitory period followed. The Dears emerged, stolid, with another meticulously crafted classic, Missiles, in 2008, and later 2011’s Degeneration Street.

‘Murray Lightburn remains one of pop’s most literate and fearless lyricists, and he and his wife, Natalia Yanchak, have produced their best work here since 2006’s Gang of Losers’ – Sunday Times

‘Artful, accessible…a stalwart of orchestral, anthemic rock’ – NYLON

Main tour support comes from Annie Hart. Annie Hart is best known as one-third of Au Revoir Simone, the beloved all-female synth trio that counts David Lynch as a superfan. But with the eight tracks on her solo debut, Impossible Accomplice (Uninhabitable Mansions, 28 July), Annie will emerge as an electrifying artist and producer in her own right.

Opening the show is Toronto’s Lou Canon. Lou Canon is bedroom electronic; her latest album, Suspicious, was released in early 2017 on Paper Bag Records. Roiling drumbeats and breathily expressive vocals will lead you through the dark corners of your innermost subconscious.

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

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Piccadilly Records, Vinyl Exchange,  WeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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