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Saturday 19th April

Record Store Day Party: Ghost Outfit/Temple Songs Co-Headline

Francis Lung
The Louche
Hartheim

£3.00 Advance
14+ Age Restrictions Apply // ID Photo Required for Entry
6pm - 11pm ::: Music Hall

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We’re commemorating the seventh UK Record Store Day by collating a bill that includes some of the best emerging bands in Manchester for a super special, and super cheap (£3 adv), night to bring the city’s music lovers together for a party. With an amazing Bill: Ghost Outfit and Temple Songs co-headlining, Francis Lung, The Louche and finally Hartheim.

We’re massively honoured to have Ghost Outfit and Temple Songs co-headlining!  The formers’ debut album was the first full length to be backed and released on massively influential independent Salford label SWAYS Records (once home to PINS, Money, Kult Country) and gained high praise in the national press. This’ll be the first time they’ve played in the city for almost a year as they gear up to the release of a second full-length, an album which looks set to expand on the first, and,  if recent songs are anything to go by you can expect an ear-drum massage from their MBV meets Sonic Youth inspired sonic-assault.

 The latter, a sugary garage-pop foursome, are at the forefront of the city’s current scene, and it’s no far-cry to say one of the most exciting bands in the country – ‘catchier than E Coli.’ is how The Quietus describe them. ‘On the verge of a massive breakthrough’, is what Fake DIY say, ‘A mess of jagged screeching riffs that’s worth shouting about’, is how NME put it, and we’re sure you’ll love it too.

Is that not enough to satisfy you for a measly three quid? Well how about Francis Lung – the city’s most impressive solo artist, a man who handles himself onstage like a tongue-in-cheek Morrissey, with a voice that soars gloriously while his lyrics conjure provocative abstract metaphors.

And what about The Louche? Stalwarts of the Manchester scene who have re-emerged with their shoegaze-tinged pop sounding tighter than ever.  Then there’s Hartheim – an elusively cool post-rock outfit who’re the newest group to fly the flag for the city, with the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs and Steve Lamacq spinning their latest cassette release already.

Over five acts for three quid! That’s 60p a band! And they’re all brilliant! Get a ticket!


Saturday 19th April

REVOLVER

£3.00 Advance ::: £4.00 Door
£3 with flyer / £4 before midnight
11pm - 3am ::: Music Hall & Main Bar

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The mighty Revolver, One of Manchester's longest running club nights returns to The Deaf Institute this Saturday, for a Special Record Store Day Party..... with foot stomping, hip shaking, mind blowing 60's pop - Doo Wop - Garage - West Coast - Rock 'n' Roll - Motown - Soul - Ska & Psyche.

Happy Hour prices 10pm-midnight. Always a blast, come down & get dancin'....

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I AM THE RESURRECTION!


Join us in our Special Annual Easter Resurrection of the good old indie dance party. 

The resurrection residents are back on Easter Sunday, to play the best in 90's Indie, grunge, & Brit Pop & take you back to a simpler time, when guitar music ruled the airwaves and people wore slightly baggier garments than today.  

There'll be easter eggs, bunting, balloons, egg decorating competition & most importanty galloons of cheap booze!! 

More Info & Tickets here

I AM THE RESURRECTION!

This Saturday: Revolver


After our Record Store Day Show we are hosting a special Easter Weekend party with Revolver, One of Manchester's longest running club nights.

With foot stomping, hip shaking, mind blowing 60's pop - Doo Wop - Garage - West Coast - Rock 'n' Roll - Motown - Soul - Ska & Psyche.

Happy Hour prices 10pm-midnight. Easter drinks offers galore! Always a blast, come down & get dancin'....

This Saturday: Revolver

RECORD STORE DAY PARTY!


Saturday 19th April will see the seventh Record Store Day in the UK – a day for music lovers and bands to celebrate independent music. Nationally there’ll be limited edition vinyl releases and special performances from acts who’re giving something back and reminding us why grass roots music is so important.  

We’re commemorating the occasion by collating a bill that includes some of the best emerging bands in Manchester for a super special, and super cheap (£3 adv), night to bring the city’s music lovers together for a party, with GHOST OUTFIT / TEMPLE SONGS / FRANCIS LUNG / THE LOUCHE / HARTHELM. 

Over five acts for three quid! That’s 60p a band! And they’re all brilliant! Get a ticket! Event page & Tickets here.

 

RECORD STORE DAY PARTY!

POP: AMY WINEHOUSE SPECIAL


This month, for POP we are revelling in the music of Amy Winehouse. The wild & troubled pop songstress, who went and joined the 27 club & departed this planet way too early.... but sang us a load of ace straight-up soulful pop songs with that beltin' voice before she left....

Feel free to dress as the good lady herself - eyeliner, sailor tatts & bee hives at the ready! Best Amy wins a Massive prize!!

This month we also have a retro photo booth with 80's pop star props .... so get your best pop star pout on. Photos are Free all night!

FREE ABSOLUT COCKTAILS - For the first 100 through the door, so get down early... And theres promotional Absolut POP Cocktails on special offer all night....

More Info & Tickets here

 

POP: AMY WINEHOUSE SPECIAL

BURGER ME!


We've got a stupendous new AFTERNOON FOOD DEAL on for you lovely people, to fill the mid-afternoon void.

BURGER + FRIES = £5

Yes ladies and gents, from 3pm-6pm Monday to Saturday, you can get your mitts on this offer.

Choose from either the Trof cheeseburger or Halloumi burger, both served with fries. 

Well Burger me!

 

BURGER ME!