Manchester gigs to catch this September: Ob Tips

jitwam will tour the uk in support of his new album, Third

The crème de la crème of live gigs coming to Manchester this month.

Jitwam – 16th Sep
Band on the Wall, M4 5JZ
Indian-born, Australian-raised producer Jitwam decorates hip-hop beatmaking with touches of RnB and Jazz. This autumn sees Jitwam touring all over the world in support of his third album, conveniently titled Third.

Bicep – 16th Sep
Depot Mayfield, M1 2PY
Belfast electronic duo are taking over the depot and if you want a taste of what their live shows are going to sound like, ‘Water’ was produced with live playing in mind. Your head will be blown off your shoulders with these two.

Yard Act – 22nd Sep
Get your anger out with the Leeds lads who have boosted indie up to the next level. Raring to go off the back of the success of debut album The Overload, witness their debut in its glory before they commence the second act.

Puma Blue – 26th Sep
Canvas Manchester, M1 7FS
Catch Puma Blue on his European tour as he brings Holy Waters to life. A more tender evening filled with jazz and acoustic ambient music, your heartstrings will be played with. Check out our review of recent album Holy Waters here.

Gengahr – 29th Sep
Band On The Wall, M4 5JZ
Flirting with the status of of UK indie stalwarts, Gengahr are hitting the stage in Manchester in celebration of their fresh album Red Sun Titans and bringing some summer light to the stage.

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