TUESDAY 10TH OCTOBER
ULRIKA SPACEK // MUSH // WEDDING
SOUP KITCHEN: 19:00–22:15
Some line-ups seem to good to be true – and Soup Kitchen’s Wednesday is one of them. To celebrate the release of sophomore LP Modern English Decoration, one of the best live acts you can see, Ulrika Spacek, head out on tour with Leeds’ Mush and Manchester’s own Wedding in tow. Three killer bands all under one roof? This one’s not to be missed.
WEDNESDAY 11TH OCTOBER
SHAME // THE RHYTHM METHOD // TREEBOY & ARC
SOUP KITCHEN: 19:30–22:30
Fresh from signing to Dead Oceans – and bringing a little bit of South London to the North – post-punk poets Shame continue their blistering career with one of the most highly-anticipated Soup Kitchen gigs ever. Get there in time to catch unmissable supports Treeboy & Arc and The Rhythm Method for a truly memorable night.
THURSDAY 12TH OCTOBER
FACTORY 251: 19:10–19:40
A name you’ll immediately recognize if you have any sort of taste for the best upcoming acts, Liverpool’s SPINN are here to celebrate Indie Music Week in style with a slot at Factory this Thursday. An annual festival aimed to showcase some of the hottest emerging talent the UK has to offer, be under no illusion that the jangle-pop quartet will do anything less than impress.
FRIDAY 13TH OCTOBER
If Feburary’s Landmark is a firm favourite, you’ve got no excuse to miss Hippo Campus, who fly across the pond from Minnesota to celebrate their debut album release. As latest single ‘Baseball’ continues the quartet’s infectious indie-pop sound, Gorilla this Friday promises to deliver one feel-good night.
SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER
BAND ON THE WALL: 19:00–22:00
There’s little we know about newcomers Superorganism, the mysterious outfit who emerged at the start of 2017 with ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D’. With ‘Nobody Cares’ and ‘It’s All Good’ since channeling the same cartoonish, electro-pop vibes to mass praise, it’s clear we have a band on our hands whose first UK tour promises to transform them into a household name.
SUNDAY 15TH OCTOBER
THE PEER HAT: 19:30–23:00
Capturing Captured Tracks’ attention way back in 2009, South London’s Dignan Porch have won over slacker fans worldwide with their lo-fi sound. As the release of latest EP Golden Beak sees the five embark on a fresh UK tour, it’s a night of effortless melodies and haunting riffs at The Peer Hat this Sunday.