This week’s gigs to check out in Manchester: 7th - 14th April 2017

Soulwax, En Vogue, 2ManyDJ’s, British Sea Power, The Wytches, Glass Caves

By Manchester's Finest | 7 April 2017

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The Wytches | 07 April | Sound Control
British rock band The Wytches are touring their third album following their 2016’s ‘Home Recordings’ The Wytches were formed in 2011 by vocalist and guitarist Kristian Bell and drummer Gianni Honey who had previously been members of the band crooked Cranes. The four piece return to Manchester and play Sound Control on Friday.

Tickets available here.


En Vogue | 08 April | Manchester Academy 2
The ultimate girl group of the 90s are bringing their ‘For The Love of Music’ international tour to Manchester Academy this Saturday. Expect to hear some old classics as well as release from their forthcoming ‘Electric Cafe’ release.

Tickets here.


Glass Caves | 08 April | Gorilla
Yorkshire alt-rockers Glass Caves play Gorilla on Saturday, they are a must see band live, with their raw energy and they really get everyone in the crowd going. They are joined on the night with special guests Feed the Kid and Puppet Theory.

Tickets here.


Soulwax | 09 April | Ritz
Soulwax alternative rock/electronic band from Ghent, Belgium, composed of David Dewaele, Stephen Dewaele and Stefaan Van Leuven, play a big sell out show at the Ritz on Sunday.

The duo of Stephen and David Dewaele also perform as 2ManyDJs. Soulwax are touring their recent album ‘Deewee’ which is a record full of big bold tunes, as like the recent single ’Missing Wires’


2ManyDJ’s (DJ set) | 09 April | Gorilla
2ManyDJs (Soulwax Dewaele brothers) will be crossing the road from the their show at the Ritz to Gorilla to take over the decks for a DJ set on Sunday 9th April! Their sets remix various alter-ego bands and are politically incorrect prog-rock to funky r&b, from trendy hiptrop to banging German techno. The Dewaele brothers have been touring as 2manydjs and road testing the songs at Soulwax shows. It’s going to be a big Sunday night keep your eye on tickets as it’s a huge sell out!


British Sea Power | 11 April | Ritz
The Indie rock band British Sea Power from Brighton are back at the Ritz, touring their sixth studio album ‘Let the Dancers Inherit the Party’ their first album of new material in four years.

You can get tickets from here