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Sat 27th Oct at 2:00pm
Un-Peeled Manchester All-Dayer
@ Gullivers, Manchester
Featuring: Emma Pollock, Blue Orchids, Tony McPhee And The Groundhogs, Stuart Moxham, The Telescopes, Yeah Yeah Noh, Inca Babies, The Wolfhounds, Jez Kerr, The Family Bizarre, Dave Jackson And The Cathedral Mountaineers, Pink Peg Slax, Anthroprophh, The Big Naturals, John Hyatt (The Three Johns), The Bent Moustache, Nights On Mars, Vincent Black Lightning, The Baboon
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Un-Peeled Manchester All-Dayer: Emma Pollock + Blue Orchids + Tony McPhee And The Groundhogs + Stuart Moxham + The Telescopes + Yeah Yeah Noh + Inca Babies + The Wolfhounds + Jez Kerr + The Family Bizarre + Dave Jackson And The Cathedral Mountaineers + Pink Peg Slax + Anthroprophh + The Big Naturals + John Hyatt (The Three Johns) + The Bent Moustache + Nights On Mars + Vincent Black Lightning + The Baboon
Please check venue for which artists are playing at either Night & Day Cafe or Gullivers.
Un-Peeled is a special series of events in Preston and Manchester to celebrate John Peel Day, exclusively featuring artists who recorded radio sessions for the legendary BBC DJ either in their current or previous incarnations. This all-day show, across two venues in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, has a stellar line-up representing over 80 Peel sessions, including many people Peel and his producer John Walters asked back to record time after time.
Image © Jez Kerr
Formerly of The Delgados, Emma Pollock's voice is as mesmerizing, playful and sweet as ever. '…one of the most natural songwriters and bewitching singers around…' – Phrased & Confused
Emma Pollock tour dates
Seminal musician in the continuing development of British blues, Tony McPhee and his band have been together since 1984 and play at all the major blues clubs and festivals in the UK.
Tony McPhee And The Groundhogs tour dates
Best known as the principal songwriter of Young Marble Giants, Stuart Moxham also performs as a solo artist.
Stuart Moxham tour dates
Darker and more experimental than the likes of My Bloody Valentine or Loop, The Telescopes have yet to achieve the commercial success they perhaps deserve. Now Stephen Lawrie has now re-awakened the beast with a clutch of new songs and a slimmed down line-up.
The Telescopes tour dates
“Yeah Yeah Noh were my favourite mix of sneery post-punk and swooshy psychedelia. And now they’re back” … Stewart Lee
Yeah Yeah Noh were a post-punk group formed in Leicester, England in 1984. They released two albums and five singles while still together, and have had two compilation albums issued since they split in 1986. As of summer 2012, Yeah Yeah Noh are back together and are playing live.
Yeah Yeah Noh tour dates
Legendary indie garage-rock band from London reactivated for the 21st Century.
The Wolfhounds tour dates
Front man from MCR legends A Certain Ratio. Jez's new solo band includes long time collaborator Keo on guitar and keyboards, Lucy Power on guitar and Raul C on drums.
Following the success of his new single Control Myself (http://itun.es/gb/bMpC4)? Jez steps out for a solo project playing live up and down the country. His well received Marc Riley session on BBC 6 music gave glimpses of a harder more menacing sound. Well worth checking out.
Jez Kerr tour dates
Huge pounding psychedelic kraut rock with a filthy triple bass guitar assault. Featuring members of Fuzz Against Junk and The Heads, this new Bristol duo looks set to be really rather heavy indeed.
The Big Naturals tour dates
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