Night And Day Cafe Manchester

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Manchester Psych Fest Afterparty x The Wytches DJs at Night And Day Cafe

Manchester Psych Fest Afterparty x The Wytches DJs

  • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
  • Saturday 1st September
  • 60s // trippy bangers // psych // weird // electronica
    Kevin Rowland DJ Show (Dexys) at Let's Make This Precious at Night And Day Cafe

    Kevin Rowland DJ Show (Dexys) at Let's Make This Precious

    • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
    • Friday 7th September
    • Kevin Rowland of Dexys brings his DJ show to Manchester
      antics Clubnight x NYC Indie Disco at Night And Day Cafe

      antics Clubnight x NYC Indie Disco

      • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
      • Saturday 8th September
      • antics DJs play Indie bangers from New York City
        Craig Finn (The Hold Steady) & Jesse Malin at Night And Day Cafe

        Craig Finn (The Hold Steady) & Jesse Malin

        • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
        • Saturday 8th September
        • For one night onlyCraig Finn (The Hold Steady) & Jesse Malin plus special guest Kris Gruen
          Woofstock 2018 at Night And Day Cafe

          Woofstock 2018

          • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
          • Sunday 23rd September
          • Too young/old/confused to remember Woodstock??? Then come along and enjoy Woofstock with us whilst supporting a great cause!
            Kina Grannis at Night And Day Cafe

            Kina Grannis

            • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
            • Wednesday 26th September
            • Kina Grannis appearing at Manchester Night & Day.
              Annabel Allum at Night And Day Cafe

              Annabel Allum

              • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
              • Wednesday 10th October
              • “Courtney Barnett on a Kill Bill style vengeance mission” DIY 'Beautiful and edgy at the same time' NME 'Formidable, Ferocious, Fantastic!' X
                Bo Ningen, Milk Disco & Witch Fever live at antics' 7th Birthday at Night And Day Cafe

                Bo Ningen, Milk Disco & Witch Fever live at antics' 7th Birthday

                • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
                • Saturday 13th October
                • antics will have been throwing parties for 7 years this Autumn and we have invited one of the best live bands on the circuit to help us celebrate it!
                  Lindsay Ell at Night And Day Cafe

                  Lindsay Ell

                  • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
                  • Wednesday 17th October
                  • Lindsay Ell appearing at Manchester Night & Day.
                    Sam Amidon at Night And Day Cafe

                    Sam Amidon

                    • Night And Day Cafe Manchester
                    • Wednesday 24th October
                    • He creates songs with familiar traditional tones & structures & bends them in all sorts of unusual directions from subtly jazzy to quietly psychedelic

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                      Review of King of the Slums

                      Overall rating: 5

                      I'd waited a long long time for this one having never got to see King of the Slums first time around. I was slightly apprehensive about what to expect after so many years, I needn't have been.... they were incredibly tight and powerful

                      A mix of old and new was played which blended seamlessly... they started with Broken English from the new album Artgod Dogs.... a powerful scathing track on the state of the nation blisteringly executed

                      I don't recall every track but from therein I was transfixed.... into the zone with eyes often closed and arms flailing.... music this honest, emotive and powerful is a rare thing

                      A number of tracks from their classic album Barbarous English Fayre were dusted off and emerged feeling as fresh and as relevant as ever... Bombs away on Harpurhey, Simpering Blonde Bombshell and one of my all time favourites Up to the Fells were all there and executed with such power and potency

                      What impressed me the most was how well the new material seemed to so naturally fit with the old.... which I think surprised many given just how perfect some of the old songs are.... one in particular Churchbells over England from their Manco Diablo album from 2017 sounded jaw dropping good in a live environment.... just thinking about it now gives me goosebumps

                      ... biggest surprise of the night was that they played 'losing ground' from the first single... I'd forgotten just how good that one was

                      There were a few omissions... no 'joy' or anything else for that matter from Blowzy Weirdos.... but what they played was superlative... and barring them playing a 2 hour set there's always going to be some classics missed

                      I just hope I get another chance to see them play live soon but extremely grateful I witnessed this occasion.... they don't seem easy to catch.... but I always felt kots were like that.... pandering to no one and undertaking all activities on their own terms.... In reality I wouldn't have them any other way.... they are special, really special... when bands from Manchester are mentioned it amazes me that they're not spoken of in more reverential tones... a unique band... nobody does what they do... it was a great night..... one which will remain etched in my memory for a long time

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                      Review of DJ Format 45 Live Manchester

                      Overall rating: 5

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                      Review of Sharkmuffin

                      Overall rating: 5

                      what a great venue went on the 8th August 2018, Sharkmuffin and support ace brilliant, visit the place if you get a chance, around the corner from travelodge Piccadilly gardens. Great atmosphere, very friendly and great bar staff, very cute blond :)

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                      From 'Two sausage and chips please, mushy peas with one of those, ta', to 'Meg! Meg! Don't hit her too hard'. It's been a thoroughly unconventional trip. Once Meg White had donned those boxing gloves Night & Day Cafe's most unique upbringing felt complete.

                      An initial chip shop - stage - piano combo quickly gave rise to a traditional Amsterdam style 'brown bar' and artistic hub; the venue's journey mirroring, and in no small part contributed to, Manchester's move away from its baggy era heritage cum baggage.

                      Like a younger brother who could play guitar much better than you, but had no mates to play to, Night & Day grew out of a barren musical spell in Manchester back in 1991. When the city offered little else except a chrome mating hell, or a look back nostalgiafest. The homely feel and startling quality of the acts brought into the city by the venue made Night & Day the focus of the areas more discerning crowds of the area thereafter.

                      So much so that the last 20 years have read like a who's who of Manchester's continuing creative legacy.

                      Guy Garvey practically used it as an office, Johnny from I A Kloot worked there, Johnny Marr, Delphic and The Courteeners rehearsed there, Badly Drawn Boy wrote songs there and Mark E Smith's been known to behave very strangely indeed there.

                      The walls have withstood the barrage from over 26,000 bands from all over the world. Some of the many, many standouts have to be a naked Damo Suzuki, The Dirtbombs having to stop and towel down after one song, Meg White vs The Bar Staff, Keanu Reaves popping in to watch some bands, buy a t-shirt and get mobbed, and The Kaiser Chiefs first incarnation getting chucked offstage early.
                      But, let us not look back to deeply.

                      Certainly, preaching to the converted has never been the venue's style or raison d'etre and currently, there are signs of another resurgence in the city's musical fortunes. Young upstarts such Money can be found regularly hanging around causing botheration and a certain singular Liam Frey can be oft found planning his next lyrical barrage in the labyrinth of corridors downstairs.

                      Here's to another 20 years!

                      Night & Day Cafe
                      26 Oldham St
                      Manchester
                      M1 1JN
                      Office t: 0161 236 1822
                      Venue t: 0161 236 4597
                      Website: http://www.nightnday.org/
                      Twitter: http://twitter.com/nightanddaycafe

                      We attempt to host live music every night of the week, the likes of FEIST, ELBOW, BLOC PARTY, ARCTIC MONKEYS, THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS, THE RAPTURE, THE GOSSIP, TITUS ANDRONICUS, MONA, JESSIE J, THREE TRAPPED TIGERS, YUCK, FRANK TURNER and many more have graced our stage in the past few years.

                      Our world famous (mentioned on Lost!) cafe is open from 11am-5pm from Mon-Sun.

                      Venue contact details and info

                      Name: Night And Day Cafe

                      Phone: 0161 236 1822

                      Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/34220/

                      Type of venue: Live

                      Drinks served: Oh yes

                      Disabled facilities: Accessible

                      Nearest Train Station: Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria

                      Address: 26 Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JN

                      Website: http://www.nightnday.org

                      Capacity: 250+

                      Opening hours: Mon-Fri = 10am til 2am // Sat = 9am til 4am // Sun = 9am til 10:30pm

                      Food served: Daytimes

                      Nearest Bus Stop: Oldham Street

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