So Mind on Fire and This City Is Ours team up once again this May bank holiday to present a stage at the wonderful Sounds From The Other City.
We are in the Kings Arms this year kicking off from 3pm til late across 2 floors. Check our lineup below, and check the website for full lineups across all stages, videos, downloads and all sorts of other exciting info.
Tickets available from Islington Mill, Piccadilly Records, The Bay Horse, Skiddle, See and Quay.
Here’s what we got in store….
FINGATHING (Bare Bones Soundsystem)
DEFT (Rwina Records / Space Hardware)
BLACKSMIF (Blah Blah Blah / Synchronicity)
REAL (WotNot / XVI Records / Sounds Of Sumo)
RAIN DOG (Project : Mooncircle)
SZARE (Horizontal Ground / Idle Hands)
FRAMEWORKS – live band (First Word / My First Moth)
GHOSTING SEASON (dj set)
COGI (Broken Bubble)
KA/VAN (This City Is Ours)
PYC SESSIONS DJs
MIND ON FIRE DJs
THIS CITY IS OURS DJs
Visuals by EMN
Install by UPPER SPACE
Music links here:
There are some absolutely cracking bookings on some of the other stages, Daedelus at Islington Mill being a highlight. Also, Bad Uncle showcasing some one off collaborations, and MCR Scenewipe hosting all their acts via skype. Check the website for more info.
We hope to see you there!
Our latest Collaborative event with This City Is Ours lands on Good Friday!
Featuring a Manchester debut of Paul White’s live show with live drumming from Mo Kolours. There’s also sterling support in the from of fellow Mancunians Ape Cult and Danny Drive Thru.
29/03/13 X Kraak Gallery
£5 adv motd
Tonight’s FUTUREPROOF session sees Paper Tiger making the trip from Leeds to join MOF residents at Soup Kitchen. Check out their recent Come Correct EP, on Wah Wah 45s featuring Foreign Beggars.
Check this new fire from Manchester beatsmith Werkha
available to buy now through
Our good friends Borland have just released a cracking new EP on This City is Ours, this comes highly recommended and at name your price it’d be rude not to!
Our weekly social continues at Soup Kitchen with a different guest every week throughout February.
This week we have The Natural Curriculum’s own Omas and Aver gracing the decks. These two need no introduction and have been the backbone of some of Manchester’s finest hip hop productions over the last few years. Support as usual will come from MOF residents Joe Who? and Dan Nation.