TMB’s Gigs of the Week: 08.05.17 – 14.05.17

MONDAY 8th MAY

DUCKTAILS (SOLO SET)
SOUP KITCHEN: 19:30–23:00
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If you’re in need of some mellow bedroom-pop after a hectic Monday back, then get down to Soup Kitchen and catch Ducktails – the solo project of New Jersey’s Matthew Mondanile, who kicks off his headline UK tour in Manchester.

WEDNESDAY 10th MAY

THEME PARK
SOUP KITCHEN: 19:00–22:00
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Funky, jangly, and perfect for these warm summer evenings are Theme Park – a London trio with a tropical sound so vibey you won’t be able to stop dancing. Pull yourself out of those midweek blues and get over to Soup Kitchen on Wednesday to catch them in all their glory.

THURSDAY 11th MAY

VULGARIANS w/ MUSH & POOL ART
SOUP KITCHEN: 19:00–22:15
TICKETS: FREE 

Tight on money but need to hear some sick live music this week? Fear not – Hull’s Vulgarians have you covered, who are ready to party after the release of latest, MJ (Hookworms)-produced EP Almost-Instinct, Almost True. With personal favourites Mush and Pool Art supporting, this gig truly is a dream come true.

FRIDAY 12th MAY

THE CRIBS w/ GOD DAMN & SLØTFACE
ACADEMY 1: 19:00–22:30
TICKETS

Everyone’s favourite Wakefield trio The Cribs are back at Academy 1 on Saturday, for a ridiculously special 10th anniversary celebratory show of the 00’s staple, Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever. Still not sold? Check out the supports; God Damn and Sløtface are two of the finest up-and-coming punk bands around.

SATURDAY 13th MAY

KAGOULE w/ SLOWHANDCLAP
NIGHT & DAY CAFE: 20:00–22:00
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Since Urth hit us hard over the head way back in 2015, Nottingham’s Kagoule have become known as the undisputed champions of the grunge revival scene – and they return to treat us at Night & Day on Friday. Keep your fingers crossed that severely underrated supports Slowhandclap play their ace new single ‘Vertigo’, too.

SUNDAY 14th MAY

DAN CROLL
SOUND CONTROL: 19:00–22:30
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Two months before sophmore album Emerging Adulthood is due to drop, Staffordshire singer-songwriter Dan Croll makes his return to Manchester after a short while away. Expected to play an array of equally-heartwarming new material, head on over to Sound Control on Sunday to end your week in style.

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