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The Big Moon

Plus Support

Wednesday 3rd March

Academy 2

Arron Crascall

+ Special Guests

Friday 5th March

Academy

Jamie Webster

+ Support

Friday 5th March

Club Academy

Shy FX

Flava D, Kanine, Randall, + More TBA

Saturday 6th March

Academy

No Hot Ashes

Sunday 7th March

Academy 2

Sleep Token

Thursday 11th March

Academy

Bec Hill: Out Of Order

Thursday 11th March

Union Theatre

Alabama 3 Acoustic

Friday 12th March

Academy

Potter Payper

+ Special Guests

Friday 12th March

Academy 3

Mungo's HiFi - Soundsystem Tour 2021

Friday 12th March

Academy 2

Boston Manor

+ Special Guests

Saturday 13th March

Academy 2

Nirvana Tribute

Saturday 13th March

Academy 3

Henge - Matinee

Sunday 14th March

Academy 2

Henge

Sunday 14th March

Academy 2

Baxter Dury

+ Special Guests

Wednesday 17th March

Academy 2

Deja Vega

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Wednesday 17th March

Club Academy

Stiff Little Fingers

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Friday 19th March

Academy

 

 

Glass Caves

Friday 19th March

Academy 3

Bursting from the streets to the radio one playlist, picking up plaudits from Clashmusic, Billboard and a number of international music blogs along the way Glass Caves have built a following across the North of England busking from city to city.

Glass Caves fuse agitated rhythms and yo-yoing guitars with vocal harmonies that splinter then soar through their songs. The band draw from a number of classic international influences and put them through a very British filter resulting in a perfectly formed morsels of ballsy alt-rock.

Tyketto

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Saturday 20th March

Club Academy

 

 

Samantha Fish

+ Special Guests

Sunday 21st March

Academy 2

Boy Pablo

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Monday 22nd March

Academy 2

Mayhem

Tuesday 23rd March

Academy 2

By the power of darkness and with the might of black-hearted will no two Mayhem albums have been or will ever be the same. Over the course of Mayhem’s storied and ground breaking 35-year career—from Deathcrush (1987) through Esoteric Warfare (2014)—the Norwegians have continuously challenged the orthodoxy of the genre they helped create. In 2019, Mayhem released their latest studio album, Daemon.
Daemon isn’t a direct follow-up to Esoteric Warfare. Like all Mayhem albums of their time, Daemon is unto itself. Indeed, this album also isn’t a new chapter in Mayhem’s storied career. Rather, it’s a new tone, authoritative yet wild in character.  Daemon is change, an opportunity for the maw of hell to open wider. The album was also the byproduct of irascible and captious individuals. Anger, frustration, and the continued struggle to push—at whatever cost—the band’s music forward were at the dark heart of Mayhem’s newest album.
The five-year wait for Daemon is something all fans prepared for, with the understanding that Mayhem, in whatever guise it presents itself, will always return greater than before, stronger than ever yet still true to its roots.
The success of Daemon becomes evident on the international chart results. Mayhem reached No. 18 in the German Album Charts, No. 8 in the Finnish Combined Charts, No. 4 Finnish Physical Charts and No. 35 in the Austrian Album Charts. In November 2019 Mayhem toured alongside GosT and Gaahls Wyrd through Europe and sold out most of their shows.

 

Will Downing

Live In Manchester

Wednesday 24th March

Club Academy

Everything Everything

Plus Support

Thursday 25th March

Academy

Vistas

Thursday 25th March

Academy 2

Jack Duff

Sunday 28th March

Academy 3

Agnieszka Chylinska

Sunday 28th March

Academy

Massive Wagons

+ Special Guests

Sunday 28th March

Club Academy


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