Posts by Month: July 2014


Gig: Undressed Ft. The Travelling Band & Jesca Hoop


Hey Manchester are excited to be presenting Undressed, our first two-stage, two day event. Undressed will present the finest folk and alt country acts from Manchester in two of the city’s hidden gems: Hallé St Peter’s and St Michael’s, within a minute’s walk of each other in Ancoats. This … Read on

ultimate painting

Gig: Ultimate Painting + Waiters + Aldous RH

ultimate painting


Drop City was a community formed by a small group of American artists in 1965. It was the first real commune, pre-summer of love, inspired by the happenings of Allan Kaprow, Fluxus and John Cage. The artists’ most celebrated collaboration was a piece they called ‘The Ultimate Painting’.

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Gig: Beirut



We’re immensely honoured to have the incredible Beirut coming to our Albert Hall venue for a special headline show!

Since their breakthrough success in ’06 the band have proven to be one of the most exciting live acts in the world today, showcasing their dexterous mixture of indie-folk, baroque … Read on

petrol girls

Gig: Petrol Girls + Denim & Leather + The Booglies + War Party + The Exhausts

petrol girls


Dragon Ball Z 666 presents:

Petrol Girls
Raging feminist hardcore from South East London.

Denim & Leather
Fast Garage Punk

The Booglies
Aggro Blues-Punk

War Party
Thrashy hardcore from Manchester

The Exhausts
Poppy Garage Punk.

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the underground youth

Gig: The Underground Youth + Black Market Karma + Tess Parks

the underground youth


Interstellar Overdrive Presents…

The Underground Youth

‘The Underground Youth blend the sounds of shoegaze, post-punk and psychedelic rock with their own hauntingly beautiful twist. The creative project of Craig Dyer was started in 2008 and is currently based in Manchester.’

Black Market Karma

Black Market Karma are a psychedelic … Read on


Gig: Angel Olsen + Rodrigo Amerante



Many of the superlatives describing Angel Olsen refer to how seemingly little it takes for her to leave an audience speechless, even spellbound. But Olsen has never been as timid as those descriptors imply, and the noisy, fiery hints in her earlier work find a fuller expression on her … Read on