Live Music Thursdays – Harambe Maoni (Lead by Liverpool Saxophonist Andrew Myers, Harambe Maoni are a 6 piece electro jazz outfit, Featuring virtuoso Persian Tombek player Soroush Niroumand Fard).
Constellations (from 6pm Free)
Gramaphone Ray Gun
Gramophone Ray Gun is a ‘live’ series of events celebrating experimental approaches to writing, poetry and music.
Our ninth event includes innovative poetic readings from, Ade Jackson, Jessica Tillings and Johnathan Raisin each punked up on queer language and jazz abstraction. As per usual, the evening will unfold to a crepuscular soundscape of unearthly samples and music excavated from a U.F.O crash site in Crosby. Unfortunately, due to contractual reasons, there will be no appearance of the giant ant.
Liverpool irish Festival – Echoes of Erin – traditional musicians, singers and Dancers.
Liverpool Irish Centre. The Liverpool Irish Festival is 16-18 October. www.liverpoolirishfestival.com
Down & Outs (fifth album ‘Double Negative’ out on Feb 14th), Puzzle, Natterers, Pardon Us.
China Crisis – Flaunt The Imperfection full album (1985) and greatest hits
Volume Please! by amazing composer and musician Mxoli Norman, featuring an original new jazz score, and exploring the politics and social history of South Africa. Tickets are free but booking required.
Edge Hill University Arts Centre
Positive Vibration presents The sounds of Black Uhuru (1977 – 1985), performed by Mykal Rose, Backed by Mafia & Fluxy, Support from One A Penny Sound System.
Merry Hell (Liverpool Acoustic) energetic folk rock.
Music Room, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
theMerseyside improvisers orchestra . It's with Steve beresford. Also playing is a duo of Stephen Grew and Trevor Watts