Monday 12th – Al Scorch @ Caledonia Pub. Young anarchic banjo wielding songwriter from Chicago on tour. Also with Jess McIntosh, a folk violinist from Chicago, who also has a refreshingly punky slant on the bluegrass music. 9pm?
Tuesday 13th – Punk and hardcore at Next to nowhere, 96 Bold Street. 6.30pm
SVFFER (Hamburg), COFFIN (Australia), Tout Suite (Manchester), The Mighty Bossmags (Warrington), and Leavers (Lpool)
Tuesday 13th – Gem Andrews Band/Rhona Dalling@ Jupiter’s Bar, Hackins Hey, Nr Moorfields Stn.
Alt – country, with album 'Vancouver' released on Market Square Records
Thursday 15th – Immix Ensemble present Invisible Trains & other works @ Metal @ Edge Hill Station 7.30pm
Site specific work with words by Jeff Young and Music by Paul McGhee (Widnes), which draws upon upon the history of the station, which is the oldest passenger railways station in the world.
(Also, different trains by Steve Reich with Bill Morrison on thurs 29th)
Thursday 15th – The Swarm/Vice Moth/Fool Size Theatre and more @ The Car Park Space 7.30pm
An opera and sound project about honey bee swarms forced to find a new home, encountering a deadly extractor fan, a thunder storm, and a fierce debate over two potential sites to build a hive. Expect a 9 voice choir, field recordings, and well researched themes
Friday 16th – Uperitive with Global Goon/Mark Forshaw/Doughnut Burger/Buddha @ The Kazimier Garden 5pm
Upitup records event featuring their favourite djs and Italian Veggie Vegan buffet. Think uplifting acid techno.
Sat 24th – Fusion at the Zanzibar from 12.30pm Youth event (young acts)
The Undecided, Rebellion, Katie May Collins, Lucy Eldoy, Sarah Prescott and the Karios
The PMS team's recommendations as presented on the programme.