Gig Guide Monday 30th November 2015
Public Enemy @ O2 Academy 7pm New Album ‘Man Plans God Laughs’
Chuck D, flavour flav, professor griff, DJ lord. Long Island. One of the foremost political rap groups.
(Chuck D interview on Upfront was earlier tonight)
Molecular/Bonnacons of Doom/Cavalier Song + Art Show @ Johnson Foundation Auditorium, Liverpool John Lennon School of Art and Design. 7pm
Dave Jackson & The Cathedral Mountaineers @ Pen Factory, Hope Street. 9pm. Free in. Album launch ‘Red Fin Sunset’. Benny Profane. Also the Heavenly Cathedral Mountain Choir are playing with the band.
Dialect and Vitalija Glovackyte @ Everyman Bistro 8pm
Dialect’s music is composed with New York’s juxtaposition of decay and artisan culture in mind with visuals by Thom Isom.
Vitalija is based in Manchester, via Lithuania and her contemporary electronic output is diverse in form, discipline and uses hi fi and lo fi sound sources. Co founder of Another Contemporary Music Ensemble
From John McGlone – HopeFest with Western Promise/Tweeting Jesus/Black Seasons/Steve Thompson/Barry Sutton 6pm
http://www.hopefest.org.uk/ - festival gooers are asked to donated items that support the homeless.
From Darren Caine - The Stops/The In By Ones/ Roller @ Ship & Anchor, Southport 8pm
John Bramwell @ Music Room 8pm
I Am Kloot singer. Tales, new songs, Kloot songs
9th Dec – Deaf School @ The Kazimier 7.30pm
The PMS team's recommendations as presented on the programme.