Got any plans to keep warm in the winter nights this week? Here are five awesome gigs that you can’t miss this week in the U.K.
Kim & The Created – Big Hands, Manchester – Saturday 21st November 2015
Kim and The Created have been creating a rumble in California playing wild and captivating rock ‘n’ roll. They’re heading over to the North for an evening of dumb fun and pile ons. With support from Manchester punks ‘Proto Idiot’, and the garage melodies of Welsh Llion Swyd for just £3 on the door in one of Manchesters coolest holes, you even get DJs Neck Bones and Hot Sauce playing voodoo fuzz and tropical bangers till the early hours all courtesy of Only Joking Records.
Glass Caves – Studio Par 2, Liverpool – Thursday 26th November
Glass Caves take their Indie rock & roll sound on a small UK tour kicking off with Liverpool on Thursday, with support from the magnificent Natalie McCool, Spares and The Volts if you’re around you can’t miss it.
Feed The Kid – Ruby Lounge, Manchester – Friday 20th November
Manchester’s Feed the kid launch their new single on Friday with a their last headline show at the legendary Ruby Lounge. Support comes from King Kartel and Mayflower as they celebrate the release of the slick, retro ‘Coming Back For You’. Expect big noise and a big night for one of Manchester’s best up and comers.
The Arty Farty Party – Zoo Pub, Manchester – Friday 20th November
Manchester’s Zoo hosts some of the coolest bands around with Hip Shakes and Bad Molly hitting the stage along with artists like Roisin Keown and Sam Ryding to name but a few. The aim of the night, is to bring together up and coming creative artists and musicians by combining a night of live music as well as art exhibitions. If you’re around it’s a perfect opportunity for Manchester artistic up and coming socialites.
Flat Plastic Promotions presents JUNK. – Fallow Cafe – Thursday 19th November
In Manchester’s student central Fallowfeild, expect a whole lot of noise. York’s ‘JUNK’ head a fuzztastic bill for only £4. JUNK. blend male / female vocals a la The Pastels and The Vaselines, with the Big Muff moments of Dinosaur Jr. Expect Indie Pop and jangly guitar from support Mirror Gorillas and Red Rooms. Expect and epic night of noise pop and cool vibes kicked off with an acoustic set from Hot Shorts.