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Upcoming shows: Dana Gavanski... David Thomas Broughton... Tusks... Erland Cooper... Dos Floris... BC Camplight... Sean Rowe... glowe... Hannah Ashcroft... Gratis: Common Holly... John Craigie... Kate Davis... Kiwi Jr... Penelope Isles... Rachael Dadd... Smoke Fairies... Shards... Angel Olsen... Beans on Toast... Robin Richards... Alice Boman... Polly Paulusma & Annie Dressner... Jesse Malin... Spinning Coin... Wolf Parade... Andy Shauf... Peggy Sue... Gratis: Seazoo... The Dears... The Lovely Eggs... The Handsome Family...

When: 7.30pm on Monday 18 November 2019
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be working with Dana Gavanski for the first time!

Dana Gavanski is a singer/songwriter currently residing in Toronto. She released her first EP, Spring Demos, in the fall of 2017 via Fox Food Records, a collection of delicate folk songs that she wrote the year before while living in Montreal. Once moving to Toronto, Dana met and began collaborating with some local musicians and is currently working on her first LP to be released in early 2020 via the UK label Full Time Hobby. While still rooted in the intimacy of folk songwriting, Dana’s new album explores a different sonic texture with the addition of a full band.

Born in Vancouver to a Serbian family, but relocating to Montreal to attend university, Dana originally planned to pursue a career in film. However, she shifted her attention back to music when her then ex-partner left her his guitar before moving to NYC. Having known only how to play Diamonds and Rust by Joan Baez, Dana picked up a Travis Picking technique book and started re-learning how to play. When in the summer of 2016, she took a job with her father as a producer’s assistant on a horror film in the Laurentians, she made enough to focus solely on developing her music for a year. With that came her first EP, Spring Demos. In April 2019, Dana released her debut 7” single One by One b/w Do You? on Full Time Hobby.

‘Dana Gavanski spins her heartbreaking solitude into beauty on One by One’ – The 405

‘Stately and wistful there’s’ a touch of class to Gavanski’s songwriting, the spindling hooks and her fantastic and dulcet vocal tones are framed with twinkling notes in the mid distance’ – God Is In The TV

Special guests are The Birthmarks. The Birthmarks are a band based in Manchester, England formed by the twin creative talents of Dylan Hughes and Edwin Stevens, who grew up together in the nearby welsh seaside villages Llanfairfechan and Dwygyfylchi. The pair moved to the North West of England and formed the pop band Sex Hands who established a cult following in the UK before dissolving, resulting in the establishment of The Birthmarks. The band features Alex Hewitt on drums, Bryony Dawson on bass and Henry Wither on keys and guitar, with Dylan and Edwin both playing guitar and vocals. Collectively they are/have been involved in many diverse bands throughout the uk DIY music scene, including but not limited to Irma Vep, Aldous RH, Lovvers, Egyptian Hip Hop and Inland Taipan. As a group they create something both familiar and slightly imperfect, through their process of constructing a melody and then tarnishing it.

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When: 7.30pm on Tuesday 19 November 2019
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

We’re delighted to be helping David Thomas Broughton celebrate 15 years since his debut album was released!

This show and a limited edition vinyl re-issue celebrates the 15-year anniversary of David Thomas Broughton’s acclaimed debut, The Complete Guide To Insufficiency.

Originally released in 2004 by Birdwar Records in the UK, Complete Guide soon got a USA release on Plug Research in 2005. The music has been re-mastered, and the tracks slightly reordered to fit onto this special vinyl LP version. Birdwar Records was launched in order to release this album… the label’s wish was to try and capture David’s current set at the time, an early, far less performative version of what would become his brilliant and unpredictable live shows. They decided not to record a second take, it was done, a wonderfully imperfect document with just the right amount of insufficiency.

‘Basically flawless’ – Tiny Mix Tapes

‘Bizarre masterpiece’ – Aquarium Drunkard

Special guest is experimental vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Bell Lungs. Bell Lungs weaves layered vocal harmonies and instrumental loops together into a psychedelic, post-folk soundscape that draws on natural cycles, environmental disaster and the microcosmic aspects of relationships. Her vocals were deemed ‘elemental’ by cult arts critic David Keenan of The Wire, and her song Mosul Dam – released by Sonido Polifonico, on a split 7? with psychedelic-folk songstress Pefkin on the flip – was described as ‘disarming and demurring’ by Losing Today. She is known for collaborating with poets, scientists, kinetic sculptures, artists, dancers, film and theatre-makers, and has performed in the UK, USA, Spain, Germany and Italy, in venues common and uncommon, including art galleries, museums, double-decker buses, ancient ruins, a disused grain silo and a hydroelectric power station.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 20 November 2019
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

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

It’s fitting that Avalanche, the new album from songwriter/producer Emily Underhill, is threaded with uplifting lyrics about knowing yourself and overcoming obstacles. After all, the road to this record was filled with adversity for the acclaimed Londoner, who creates atmospheric, arresting indie electronica under the name Tusks. In January 2018, she suffered a serious elbow break; ‘I was distraught,’ she recalls. ‘I had to prepare for the possibility I might not be able to play guitar or piano properly again.’ 12 months and two operations later, though, comes Avalanche – an album that overspills with grit and glacial beauty.

Beloved by Lauren Laverne, Annie Mac, Wonderland, MixMag, The Line of Best Fit, DIY and many more, the musician has big plans for 2019 following Avalanche’s release. After entertaining 2,000-strong rooms on a 2017 tour with renowned Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir in support of her debut album Dissolve, plans are afoot to bring Tusks’ powerful live show and new album to more stages this year.

Local support comes from Lindsay Munroe. Lindsay Munroe is a captivating new alt-indie artist based in Manchester. Bold and unflinchingly honest, she pairs swelling synths and swaggering guitars with painfully introspective lyrics, evoking acts like Sharon Van Etten, Laura Marling and Marika Hackman. At once assured and startlingly vulnerable, her music invites you into her world, but on her terms.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 20 November 2019
Where: Band on the Wall, 26 Swan Street, Manchester M4 5JZ

We’re delighted to be working with Erland Cooper!

Hailing from the archipelago of Orkney, composer and multi-instrumentalist Erland Cooper explores the natural world of landscape, memory, people and place. Cooper believes music often reflects the landscape a musician is surrounded with, be it rural, urban, real or imagined.

His second solo album, Sule Skerry, was released 17 May this year as the second in a triptych shaped by Orkney’s air, sea and land, as it was celebrated by Orcadian poet George Mackay Brown. While his acclaimed first solo record Solan Goose paid homage to Orkney’s birdlife, Cooper turns his attention to the North Sea in Sule Skerry.

Originally part of acclaimed bands The Magnetic North and Erland & The Carnival, Cooper has a diverse musical history. Last year’s debut solo album Solan Goose was an Album of the Year at BBC 6 Music, the Quietus, and more; and Sule Skerry has already been crowned a BBC 6 Music Album of the Day.

Cooper recently scored NEST, a giant kinetic sound and light installation. It was collaboration with the groundbreaking Marshmallow Laser Feast to open London’s first Borough of Culture celebrations.

‘Masterful. A work of audio art’ – Mary Anne Hobbs

‘An audio treat. A wonderful marriage of music, time and place’ – musicOMH

Tour support comes from AVA. AVA is a cinematic instrumental duo formed by Anna Phoebe and Aisling Brouwer. The two composers met in 2016, where their mutual love of writing for film, art and dance inspired a musical journey that evolved into their debut album, Waves. Their music invokes melodic and emotional soundscapes, with the relationship between violin and piano at its heart. Their debut album Waves was released in July 2019 on One Little Indian Records.

Tickets are sold as unreserved seating and limited standing.

This is a 10+ show. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 27 November 2019
Where: The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

We’re delighted to be working with Dos Floris for the first time!

Dos Floris, real name Florence Donovan, is a one-woman band who plays multiple instruments and machines – the creator of melancholy music with attitude that somehow manages to be uplifting and warm at the same time. Think Kate Bush reimagined by the members of Radiohead and Sigur Ros. Her debut solo album,The Widowed Earth, was released to underground acclaim in 2017, with reviews calling her music ‘refreshing, different and sublime’, ‘incredibly evocative’ and ‘one of the most interesting albums to emerge for months, years even’.

A UK tour followed the album release where she was given a ‘one to watch’ accolade and was then selected as one of three artists to represent the UK at Linecheck festival in Milan in 2018. New tracks Starlight and On the Road were released in the summer of 2019, preceding a tour of Poland and Germany in October.

Dos Floris returns to Manchester to play some old and some new songs from her forthcoming second album Broken Love.

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When: 7pm on Friday 29 & Saturday 30 November 2019
Where: YES (The Pink Room), 38 Charles Street, Manchester M1 7DB

PLEASE NOTE: Both shows have now sold out! Watch this space for details of future BC Camplight dates.

We’re delighted to be working with BC Camplight again – this time, at YES.

BC Camplight is the moniker of maverick songsmith Brian Christinzio. The Philadelphian turned Mancunian is considered one of indie music’s most forward-thinking artists with a discography which acts as a soundtrack to a life rife with bad fortune, mental illness, running afoul of the law, and ultimately absolute redemption. Whilst living in Philadelphia Christinzio performed live with The War On Drugs in between releasing two critically successful yet commercially ignored records. He was also a coveted session pianist lending his talents to scores of albums, perhaps most notably Sharon Van Etten’s Epic. After a period of homelessness and running on fumes creatively Christinzio made a move across the Atlantic to Manchester, UK in an effort take control of his life and reshuffle his musical deck. The result was the recording of 2015’s ode to Manchester and baroque pop tour de force, How To Die In The North. The recordings resulted in a record deal with Bella Union and placed Christinzio on a path towards artistic fulfilment. However, a severe leg injury landed Christinzio in hospital where he was forced to remain whilst his UK work visa expired. Despite pleas to the Home Office to allow the ailing artist to apply for an extension a decision was made that would forever alter Brian personally and artistically. The day after his record was released Christinzio was deported from the UK and banned from returning. How To Die In The North was essentially shelved.

After 16 months of separation from the UK the resilient Christinzio was reunited with his beloved Manchester, gaining entry through newly acquired Italian citizenship. His most recent, and most lauded album Deportation Blues is an exhilarating dynamic document of calamity and stress, relayed through richly melodic arrangements spanning songwriter classicism, gnarled synth pop, 50’s filth-rock, and various odd junctions in between mirroring the creators fractured mindset. It is an immensely powerful diary chronicling an impossible set of life circumstances whilst shining a white-hot spotlight on the composer’s off-kilter brilliance. The album has since been revered by critics, become a stalwart on the BBC Radio 6 Music playlist (BBC 6 Music 2018 album of the year as voted by Marc Riley), and put BC Camplight back on the stage where he belongs. With a slew of tours and festivals on the horizon Christinzio, a remarkably relentless entertainer, will bring his immense new live show to the UK and Europe. ‘It’s no fun giving an audience a standard show that they can get elsewhere,’ explains Christinzio. ‘Sometimes it’s intense, sometimes it’s emotional, sometimes it’s basically a fucking stand-up routine. I always like to involve the audience and make it memorable for everyone involved.  I think we are one of the best live bands in the world and it’s an odd feeling finally getting an opportunity to get in front of loads of ears and eyes. In a perfect world I’d be able to organise a concert on the roof of the Home Office one day.’

‘Utterly compelling… Taking the fractured pop of Van Dyke Parks into a realm of synth–deep neurosis, droning chords and stoned piano jazz, managing to somehow square a circle connecting Prince, Suicide and Dennis Wilson‘ – Uncut

‘An absorbing aural journey… Deportation Blues melds nods to Randy Newman, doo wop-pop, rococo Rundgren-isms, Air-evoking electronics and late night jazz’ – MOJO

FRIDAY: This show has sold out! Support comes from Brighton-based quartet Porridge Radio.

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SATURDAY: This show has sold out! Support comes from Dilettante – an art-rock collective led by multi-instrumentalist Francesca Pidgeon.

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When: 7pm on Tuesday 3 December 2019
Where: Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, Manchester M1 1DF

PLEASE NOTE: Due to demand, this show has been upgraded to Soup Kitchen. All details remain the same, except doors will now open at 7pm, rather than 7.30pm. 

PLEASE ALSO NOTE: This show has now sold out. Please watch this space for information about future Manchester shows by Sean Rowe.

We’re delighted to be presenting Sean Rowe’s only UK show outside of London!

Though he grew up in the generally frozen landscape of Troy, New York, Sean Rowe spent many of his formative summers in DeLand, Florida — a small town between Orlando and Daytona Beach — where his father was a residential caretaker at a home for troubled youths. It was there, in a mercifully air-conditioned, mostly unused building filled with donated musical instruments, that Sean taught himself to play drums and then bass. For those who have wondered where his distinctly low and percussive approach to guitar playing comes from, I believe you now have your answer.

During those same years, when he wasn’t listening to heavy metal or building his early musical chops, Sean was in the woods exploring, foraging, and obsessively learning all that he could about the natural world around him. Since then, his fascination with the subject has only grown and through his new web-series, Can I Eat This?, he’s found a means of indulging two of his great passions: music and nature. In each of the forthcoming episodes of Can I Eat This?, Sean will guide a fellow musician on a foraging mission for all manner of wild foods. The two will use their harvest to prepare some tasty creation and end their adventure by performing a cover song together. Look for new episodes this summer!

This year started with a successfully-funded Kickstarter campaign to support the production of Sean’s new full-length album. For this record, he teamed up with longtime producer and friend Troy Pohl, who helmed production on the albums Magic, Madman, Her Songs, and various other EPs. The two traveled to Eau Claire, Wisconsin to team up with producer and multi-instrumentalist Shane Leonard and engineer Brian Joseph at Joseph’s famed Hive Studio. All involved have described the experience as something quite remarkable and Sean is eager to release the finished work later this year.

Over the course of his career, Sean Rowe has recorded five full-length albums and several EPs. His music has been used widely throughout film and television, with notable examples including NBC’s hit dramas The Blacklist and Parenthood. Rowe’s song To Leave Something Behind was the only non-score track to be featured in Ben Affleck’s hit 2016 feature film The Accountant and has since received nearly 4.5 million streams on Spotify alone. He tours nearly nonstop and later this year, he’ll return to Europe for two weeks with stops in the UK, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, and Germany.

Tour support comes from Steph Grace. One woman, one guitar, one incredible voice. Australian performer Steph Grace is proof that some of the best music comes from the purest ingredients. That’s what European crowds took away when they witnessed Steph supporting English artist Passenger on his 2019 summer tour: 6000+ crowd arenas spellbound by the power of her pure, honest and rousing folk-soul storytelling.

After a decade mastering her craft in the pubs and streets of Europe and Australia, the Sydney-born artist relocated to Europe in 2018 to team up in the studio with Chris Vallejo (Passenger, INXS, John Spencer Blues Explosion, et al.). With Vallejo at the helm, Steph collaborated with Josh Schuberth, (Ben Folds; Josh Pyke), and Jon Solo (Angus & Julia Stone), and will release fresh material in 2019, following acclaimed 2016 release ‘Concentrate’. The new songs, like her performance style, came naturally: “I rented a small granny flat in someone’s backyard on the beach at (Sydney’s) Narrabeen and took my guitar, recording equipment, a bunch of wine. Sometimes I just read books or went to the beach but mostly I buried myself in words.”

As a 100% independent artist – without label or management representation – the fact that Steph tours and performs at such an elite level is further testament to her rare talents and hard-working ethic. Some musicians entertain; others transform – Steph manages both, radiating effortless charm, charismatic depth and a storyteller’s warmth, with the magnetism to command the tone of any room, from a 50-cap club to a 10,000-strong arena. With solo shows and summer festival bookings locked in throughout Europe and beyond, Steph is an independent artist on the cusp. And it all comes down to that incredible voice – as well as the soul behind it.

PLEASE NOTE: This show has now sold out. Please watch this space for information about future Manchester shows by Sean Rowe.

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When: 7pm on Saturday 23 May 2020
Where: The Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE

PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show has been postponed to Saturday 23 May. All tickets for the December show remaining valid for the new date.

We’re delighted to helping glowe launch their new album!

Hauntingly beautiful, gritty and uplifting, Manchester-based collective glowe create intense darkness and light with mountain vocals, shimmering strings and smashed up beats. Influenced by sounds from Bjork, Shostakovich, Kraftwerk and the Balkans.

glowe is led by Lis Murphy, vocalist, string player and song-writer. Lis performs with Jane Weaver, featuring on her albums Kosmology and The Fallen Watch-bird.

She has also performed with Amadou & Mariam at Manchester International Festival, supported New Order with Jez Kerr (ACR) on their Scottish tour, in festival line-ups at WOMAD, Boomtown and on BBC Radio 3 and 4 with Manchester Chamber Choir.

‘Delivered with dedication and versatility… glowe made an immediate connection with the audience with their compelling music and on-stage presence’ – Steve Mead, Manchester Jazz Festival

Special guest is Sanja Cin. Sanja Cin’s songs are snapshots in time. Her music naturally embraces influences from music she loves, among them classic pop and folk, as well as music from Brazil to the Balkans. Born in Bosnia and Hercegovina, Sanja grew up in a small Austrian town. After several years spent in Vienna, she landed by surprise in Manchester. Here it is where she recorded her solo EP Bees, together with Manchester-based multi-instrumentalist and producer Alan Keary (alias Shunya), in collaboration with musicians from Austria and Manchester.

Sanja’s music talks about the urgency of life and the ever present resistance towards it, about recognising your own super powers and honouring them by stepping out of the old, over and over again. The songs’ sound is rooted in pop, yet, taking surprising turns at times, playing with structures and melodies, quietly bypassing predefined routes.

As part of the Northern Line Scheme sponsored by Jazz North.

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

PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show has been postponed to Saturday 23 May. All tickets for the December show remaining valid for the new date.

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When: 7.30pm on Wednesday 18 December 2019
Where: YES (Basement), 38 Charles Street, Manchester M1 7DB

We’re delighted to be helping Hannah Ashcroft launch her new single!

Hannah Ashcroft is set to release her new single, Landfire, on 22 November. The release is the first from a body of new material, marking a shift from her acoustic roots and a phase of experimentation.

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.

Fast gaining attention, she has been featured by Mary Anne Hobbs on BBC 6 Music Recommends and this year, was selected to work with Mercury-nominated artist Beth Orton as part of Brighter Sound’s Both Sides Now initiative.

She has since made debut appearances at Walton Folk Festival, Manchester International Festival and Dot to Dot Festival, and is currently working on her debut album.

‘If I were to stumble across a siren and they sang this to me, I’d follow them into the cold ocean depths without hesitation’ – Sarah Gosling (BBC Introducing)

‘Underpinning all the songs is Hannah’s assured finger-picking guitar style with sympathetic accompaniment, and some fine melodies’ – Folk Radio UK

Support comes from Nino’s Blue Saloon. Nino’s Blue Saloon are a Lancaster band whose music is deeply rooted in the various strands of Americana. Their music can be bright and engaging like a new-age take on 60s and 70s rock ’n’ roll, or it can sound dusky and mysterious like something you might hear in a saloon or driving down a dusty old highway in the middle of the night.

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When: 7.30pm on Saturday 18 January 2020
Where: The Eagle Inn, 19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW

We continue our series of free entry shows at the Eagle Inn – with Common Holly!

Holding fast to the emotional honesty of Playing House (2017), Common Holly’s sophomore record, When I say to you Black Lightning is a look outward; an exploration of the ways in which we all experience pain, fear and self-delusion, and how we can learn to confront those feelings with boldness. A swift change of course, WISTYBL couples a submergence into the dark and dissonant with its consolation in harmony, and a dose of dry humour.

The record is more experimental than Brigitte Naggar’s debut. It is rougher, looser, louder and more atonal. It feels edgy, but still kind. WISTYBL ditches fear without losing vulnerability, and trades in sadness for the healing powers of anger, and the strength of observing, recognising and confronting. Through its nine labyrinthian yet catchy tracks, shaped sonically by the seriously unique visions of Devon Bate, Hamish Mitchell, and Naggar herself, the album observes the complexities of mental health, the precarity of life, and the challenges of finding strength in the face of grave misunderstanding.

On its own, When I Say to you Black Lightning is a phrase which holds authority – it does not apologise for itself, it stands boldly where it is, and yet it also laughs at itself for daring to take up that space. The title phrase is directive – it suggests a thought without completing it, engaging you to contemplate what comes next and pointing the finger away from itself to somewhere undefined. If Playing House was about personal turmoil, WISTYBL is about humanity’s emotional challenges and how we each approach them as individuals. The former centred around one person and one heartbreak, while the latter circles different characters that Naggar has observed or interacted with  – romantically or otherwise, whose stories cumulate in a whimsically entertaining tale of struggle, and the resulting emotional growth.

‘This record isn’t one singular statement, it documents a period of growth. The songs were written mainly over two years and they all reflect potent moments from that time. While it’s obviously personal and based off of my own experience, I want this album to feel familiar – life gets complicated as we grow, people form relationships to each other, they lose things, they discover pain, fear, self-delusion; sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s weird, often it sucks – and we have to navigate our way through all of that.’

WISTBYL feels like Naggar’s conversation with herself, meticulously penned to work through challenges as they unfold. It’s cool, and more than that, it feels important. It’s about finding the seeds of strength to navigate adult life, and about the ways in which we all find ourselves in that place of struggle when life starts to show you its cards and you begin to understand, in the artist’s words, ‘just how real shit can get’.

This is a free show – but we strongly advise booking your place in advance via Ticketweb.co.uk

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