Sounds From the Other City 2013 tickets

Sounds From the Other City 2013 Tickets | Islington Mill Salford  | Sun 5th May 2013 Lineup

Islington Mill, Salford Sun 5th May 2013

Sounds From the Other City festival (SFTOC) is a celebration of new music and performance taking place in a huge array of unusual spaces in Salford

 
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Lineup and Details for Sounds From the Other City 2013 on Sun 5th May 2013

For the most up-to-date information about this event, please go here: Sounds From The Other City Festival Guide

Link to Group Rhoada (Combined Ticket Offer) http://www.skiddle.com/events/11857702/


Sounds from the Other City

Bank Holiday Sunday May 5th

Various Venues, Chapel Street, Salford

3pm-late

Sounds From the Other City festival (SFTOC) is a celebration of new music and performance, uniting the cream of the national and international scene with some of the citys finest independent promotors, collectives and club nights.

Happening regularly on the MayDay Bank Holiday each year, SFTOC takes in a huge array of unusual places and spaces along Chapel Street, the historic centre of Salford and a stones throw from Manchester city centre. The festival has set up home in proper old pubs such as The Kings Arms, The Crescent and The Rover Returns, to the beautiful St Philips and Sacred Trinity Churches, Salford Central Train Station as well as the inimitable Islington Mill.

2013 will be the 9th anniversary of what has become one of Greater Manchesters premier days out for lovers of new music and good times. Growing in capacity from 400 to 2000 this year, highlights include the first ever gig by the Ting Tings (2007) and career-making sets by, Alt-J (2011) Marina and The Diamonds (2009) and The Whip (2006).

Taking in pavement sets, performances on station platforms, concerts for one in phone booths, groundbreaking visuals, live shows and DJ sets, Sounds is unique and magical experience.

This years line-ups and stage will be put together by the following promotors:

Now Wave :http://www.nowwave.co.uk

Wet Play vs Faktion: http://wetplaymcr.blogspot.co.uk

Hey! Manchester: http://www.heymanchester.com

Mind on Fire vs This City is Ours: http://www.mindonfire.co.uk http://thiscityisoursmcr.com

Trash-o-Rama: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Trash-O-Rama-Club-Night/139807532753801

Buried Bones:http://www.facebook.com/buriedbones

Fat Out til you Pass Out vs Bad Uncle:http://www.fatout.co.uk

https://twitter.com/badunclemusic

Comfortable on a Tightrope: http://comfortableonatightrope.blogspot.co.uk

Slip Discs: http://www.slipdiscs.co.uk

Underachievers Please Try Harder: http://www.underachieversclub.co.uk

Manchester Scenewipe: http://www.manchesterscenewipe.co.uk/

LINEUP BELOW

General Release tickets are priced at £18. Limited early bird tickets are now on sale for only £15 at skiddle.com and at the Bay Horse & Islington Mill.

Physical tickets can be purchased at Piccadilly Records, The Bay Horse in Manchester City Centre and Islington Mill in Salford

Underachievers Please Try Harder @ The Crescent

PARENTHETICAL GIRLS
September Girls
Haiku Salut
Post War Glamour Girls
Swimming Lessons
Songs for Walter
Letters to Fiesta

Faktion vs Wet Play @ The Old Pint Pot
Faktion present an “Unknown to the Unknown” Label Showcase

DJ Q presents ‘CLASSIFIED’
Robert Gordon (Forgemasters)
Walter Ego
Mista Men
DJ Haus
Samrai & Platt (Swing Ting)
DJ Al
Jah Bricks
Faktion DJ

Wet Play

Gramme (live)
Ruf Dug (Live)
Jason Boardman
James Holroyd
++ many more

Now Wave at St Phillips Church

STEALING SHEEP
Still Corners
Deptford Goth
Ofei
GREATWAVES
Childhood
BiPolar Sunshine
+ more

Trash-O-Rama at The Angel Centre

DIVORCE
Queer’d Science
Die Hexen
Laser Dream Eyes
Ill
Stroke Cat
+ Red Laser Records DJs (Ste Spandex & il Bosco), TOR DJs & guests
+ secret guests tba on the day via Twitter @trash0ramadjs

Hey! Manchester @ Islington Mill

DAEDELUS
BC Camplight
Rozi Plain
Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo
Denis Jones
Treetop Flyers
Adrian Crowley

Slip Discs @ The Deli Lama

Goves
Ian Vine
Tom Rose
Aaron Parker
Chaines
+more

Buried Bones @ The New Oxford

HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER
William Tyler
Astral Social Club
Bridget Hayden
Chalaque
Bing Satellites
A Belied Guaniko

Mind on Fire vs This City is Ours at The Kings Arms

FINGATHING – BAREBONES SOUND SYSTEM(Grand Central / Ninja Tune)
Deft ((Rwina Records / Space Hardware)
Blaksmif(Blah Blah Blah / Synchronicity)
Szare(Horizontal Ground / Idle Hands)
Rain Dog(Project: Mooncircle)
Real (WotNot / XVI Records / Sounds Of Sumo)
Frameworks (live band)(My First Moth / First Word)
Origamibiro
Cogi(Broken Bubble)
Ka/Van
PYC Sessions DJs
This City is Ours DJs
Mind on Fire DJs
OneFiveEight DJS

Fat Out til You Pass Out vs Bad Uncle at Salford Arms

GNOD present a ‘TESLA TAPES’ SHOWCASE
The Peter J Taylor Guitar Orchestra
Cosmic Dead & Karl Astbury
Irma Vep & Douga
Keith Floyd performing ‘Live at Pompeii’
Borland & Champion Lover
Quimby, McLean, Nichols

Comfortable on a Tightrope @ United Reformed Church

VOLUNTEERS PARK
Sea Pinks
La La Vasquez
Edible Arrangements
Sacred Paws
Waiters
Occult Hand
The Swamps

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+ Manchester Scenewipe present Manchester SceneSkype at Islington Mill Gallery, a day of live link-ups with acts from all corners of the globe.

++ ‘Red Deer Club Secret Sessions’ conjure up a series of undisclosed shows in secret spaces.

+++ the Volkov Commanders create a cosmic sideshow.

++++ Baptists and Bootleggers host a stage of live ambient improvisation featuring an array of musicians from the around the festival.

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