MONDAY 27th MARCH
SOUP KITCHEN: 7:30-10:30PM
With London-based, Sudanese-born Ahmed Gallab consistently creating the grooviest electro-pop beats under the moniker Sinkane, tracks from February’s third album Life & Livin’ It are sure to feature prominently in Monday’s Soup Kitchen set.
TUESDAY 28th MARCH
TRUDY AND THE ROMANCE & NEW LUNA
The ascent of Liverpudlian trio Trudy and the Romance has been nothing short of rapid since bursting on the scene almost a year and a half ago – and they continue the hype on Tuesday by bringing their rockabilly pop to Gullivers. Shoutout to local supports New Luna, who are as unmissable as ever.
WEDNESDAY 29th MARCH
NEW CARNIVAL & GURR
Your Wednesday night is sorted with pop-rock-indie anthems from Bristol’s New Carnival – and seeing as garage-duo Gurr are paying a visit all the way from Berlin, it’d be rude not go, right?
THURSDAY 30th MARCH
Fat White Family splinter group The Moonlandingz pay a visit to Gorilla on Thursday, courtesy of your favourite Mancunian promoters Now Wave. With hot-off-the-press Interplanetary Class Classics featuring more twisted psychedelic numbers than you could find on a King Gizzard album, expect the unexpected.
FRIDAY 31st MARCH
DEAF INSTITUTE: 7-10:15PM
As Friday marks exactly one week before Blaenavon’s long-awaited debut album That’s Your Lot is released, Deaf Institute hosts the Hampshire trio for a highly-anticipated night of beautiful melodies and the most emotive lyrics around. If you go to one gig this week, make this one it.
SATURDAY 1st APRIL
HOT SHORTS (SUPPORTING CRUMBS)
FUEL CAFE: 7-11PM
Your favourite local garage/grunge four-piece Hot Shorts are back – and they’ve bought with them a sick new single and a new gig to play at Fuel Cafe! With the lineup completed by the punk-lovin’ Crumbs, Molar and Grotbags, your Saturday night can’t be spent better anywhere else.
SUNDAY 2nd APRIL
GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV
If Sunday will always be your day of rest, there’s no better place for you to be this week then at Gorilla, where you can catch the Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen-influenced Gregory Alan Isakov in all his atmospheric glory.