Wednesday, 3 October 2018

October Gigs in Manchester

These are the good gigs I know about that are happening in Manchester in October 2018:

Monday 1st: Anna Calvi @ the Ritz (£20 plus unnecessary middle man rip off fee)

Tuesday 2nd: Elder + Ancestors + Cattle @ Rebellion (£15.40 including rip off fee, Beauty Witch)

Wednesday 3rd: "Imagination in Play" Art Exhibition and Open Mic @ The Peer Hat (FREE)

Thursday 4th: Life + Mush + The Starlight Magic Hour @ Night and Day Cafe

Thursday 4th: Amber Arcades + Songs for Walter @ Deaf Institute

Friday 5th: The Sonics + The Creature Comfort @ Academy 3 (£23 plus rip off fee, although unlike most promoters these days you can still actually buy a ticket at the students union with no rip off fee and cut out the leaching online ticket sellers)

Saturday 6th: Nick Branton, Alvarro Tores & Johnny Hunter @ Chorlton Tap 2pm

Saturday 6th: M20 Festival: Factory Records 40th anniversary founding celebration including Joy Division tribute band Transmission @ various Withington venues: Fuel, Indigo, Solomons, Deco Records, The Victoria, The Orion (FREE)

Sunday 7th: Eliminator + Ascalon + Aggressive Perfector @ The Peer Hat (£5 on the door, no advance sales just like it should be)

Monday 8th: The Bear Around Your Neck @ Jimmy

Monday 8th: Devil's Avocado + The Birth Marks CANCELLED

Monday 8th: Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood @ RNCM (£22 plus rip off fee, unless you buy a ticket from the RNCM box office)

Monday 8th: Johnny Hunter @ Matt and Phreds (FREE, 9pm)

Tuesday 9th: Chris Corsano + David Birchall, Andrew Cheetham, Hannah Marsahall and Kaier @ the Peer Hat

Wednesday 10th: The Staches + Lassie + Handle + Smelvis and the Farts @ Fuel

Wednesday 10th: Daniel Johnston film @ Dulcimer, Chorlton FREE

Thursday 11th: Angel Sword + Aggressive Perfector @ Aatma

Friday 12th: Spaceheads with visuals from Rucksack Cinema + Cynthia’s Periscope + Project Concubine + Lucy Leave @ Peer Hat (£4.40 online or £5 OTD)

Friday 12th: Nibiru + Even Vast + The Medea Project @ the Star and Garter (£5)

Friday 12th: Terry Riley @ RNCM (£25)

Saturday 13th: Bo Ningen + Witch Fever + Milk Disco @ Night and Day (promoter has been saying this is “almost sold out” for months now so maybe its almost sold out)

Saturday 13th: Yossarians + godspeed you peter andre + Sly and the Family Drone + Mother, etc  @ Partisan (3pm start, Fat Out, £8 plus a little extra for the unnecessary online middle men)

Saturday 13th: Punk Rock all dayer with The Drones @ The Peer Hat

Sunday 14th: Punk Rock all dayer @ The Peer Hat

Monday 15th: Paul Hession, Mark Hanslip, Nina Whiteman and other improvisers @ Whisky Jar

Tuesday 16th: Low @ Manchester Cathedral (£27.50 including rip off fee)

Wednesday 17th: Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks @ Albert Hall (£25 plus a few pennies including rip off fee)

Wednesday 17th: Dark Thoughts + Careering @ Fuel

Wednesday 17th: Mokoomba + Jali Nyonkoling Kuyateh @ Band on the Wall

Thursday 18th: Gang of Four @ Ruby Lounge (£18 plus communist rip off fee to unnecessary middlemen who make their profit down on the disco floor; yes some capitalist shit is really taking the piss as tickets advertised at £18 are actually costing £21.45 on Ruby Lounge website)

Thursday 18th: Liines + Kaze + Emily Oldfield @ Night and Day Cafe

Thursday 18th: Mutabase @ The Peer Hat

Thursday 18th: Caitlin Gilligan @ The Cleveland, Crumpsall Folk Club

Friday 19th: Cocaine Piss + Crywank + Smelvis and the Farts + Alan @ The Star and Garter

Friday 19th: “Difficult Fun: Post-Punk and the Politics of Pleasure” talk @ Irish World Heritage Centre, 1 Irish Town Way M8 0AE (not a gig, a talk about music)

Friday 19th: Toots and the Maytals @ Academy

Friday 19th: Magic Shoppe + Frankie Teardrop + Sioux @ Night People (starts 11pm)

Saturday 20th: She Makes War @ The Castle

Sunday 21st: John Carpenter @ Albert Hall

Sunday 21st: Jo Rose @ Dulcimer, Chorlton 9pm FREE

Sunday 21st: David Birchall, Sam Andreae and Otto Willberg @ secret location in Gorton

Monday 22nd: The Mauskovic Dance Band + Mama Racho @ the Peer Hat

Monday 22nd: The Chats + WITCH FEVER @ Academy 

Tuesday 23rd: Adrena Adrena + Triangle Cuts @ the Peer Hat

Tuesday 23rd: Sink Ya Teeth + Eton Crop @ The Eagle Inn

Wednesday 24th: Space Lady + The Seer of Eye Spirit @ Yes (£15.40 including rip off fee or £14 for those privileged kids with fancy internet phones who listen to all their music for free and wave the damn things in your face making crappy bootlegs whilst you are trying to watch the band. Its at Yes so everyone will probably just talk over the Space Lady anyway)

Thursday 25th: Easter + Omit Sleep @ Gullivers (£7 tickets available at Gullivers just like they should be available from every venue with NO rip off fee for EVERY GIG)

Thursday 25th: Stallion + Aggressive Perfector + Heavy Sentence @ Dulcimer, Chorlton (£5 OTD)

Thursday 25th: Brix and the Extricated @ Night People (£15 plus rip off fee, tickets not available from Hotel Bloedel)

Friday 26th: Henry Herbert and the Fury + Hopper Propelled Electric @ The Castle (£11 including rip off fee for some piano propelled rock’n’roll)

Friday 26th: The KVB @ Yes (£9 plus rip off fee)

Friday 26th: Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs + ILL @ the Star and Garter (SOLD OUT, Beauty Witch)

Saturday 27th: Bones Shake + Thee Windom Earles + The Dee Vees + Guts + Snakerattlers + Tensheds + Weird Sex + Thee Rag and Bone Men @ Thee Peer Hat (£5 OTD, 5pm start: rock’n’roll bargain!!!)

Saturday 27th: International Teachers of Pop @ White Hotel

Sunday 28th: Dead Meadow @ Soup Kitchen (£14 plus rip off fee)

Monday 29th: Marissa Nadler @ Gullivers (£13)

Monday 29th: Melvins + Jon Spencer@ Academy (£28)

Monday 29th: Snack Family + Bingo Harry + The Sandells @ The Peer Hat

Tuesday 30th: Duane Eddy @ Bridgewater Hall

Wednesday 31st: Epic 45 + No Talk + Little Mother @ The Peer Hat

Friday November 2nd: Coupe-Gorge + Heavy Sentence + Implement @ Fuel (Lovely Hens: £5 OTD just like it should be, a real underground gig with no internet rip off fee middlemen and no wannabe career promoter advance ticketing bullshit)

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