Band on the Wall presents a series of late night free entry gigs and DJ sets on our custom made second stage, located to the rear of our brand new bar. We’ll be shining a light on our favouring emerging artists across all genres with a diverse programme of global sounds from, and inspired by, the music of cultures from around the world.
Kill-Joy Presents – Under the Radar, a collection of nights featuring the best and boldest acts from around the North West to Band on the Wall for Free late night shows – Festuring in this edition is Yasmin Coe, Evie Eve and Sinead Una.
Starting out her career in Hull, when Yasmin Coe moved to Manchester her own brand of “Sad Girl Indie Dream Pop” Took the Scene by storm, With the recent change from playing solo to having a full band behind her has completed her sound with whirling shoegazy guitar, driving bass lines and groovy drum rhythms, setting Yasmin up as a highlight of the manchester scene.
Evie eve is an indie folk singer-songwriter, originally from South Wales now based in Manchester.
Channelling the likes of Laura Marling, Jeff Buckley and Radiohead, Evie eve’s anthemic songs are a rich blend of evocative vocals, dynamic instrumentation and dramatic arrangements. Her ethereal mix of poetic lyrics and memorable melodies creates songs centred around vulnerability, curiosity and wonder.
After two years of writing and producing during lockdown, Evie eve is now joined by a six-piece band, performing and selling out shows around Manchester. Formed late last year, the band focuses on creating a powerful acoustic sound that compliments her soulful vocals and the vibrant melodies heard in both trumpet and violin.
This alternative singer-songwriter presents a host of understated folk-rock from her upcoming EP. Infuenced by Angel Olsen & Adrianne Lenker; her bittersweet, lyrically-driven songs will persuade you to connect with your messiest thoughts and feelings.