Each week we take you through the hottest new shows and those about to sell out so you don’t miss out on tickets. This week we’ve got five shows that we think might take your fancy!
RODRIGO Y GABRIELLA: Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo
Five years since their last album, Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are ready to embark on the next chapter of their 20-year career together. Entitled ‘Mettavolution’, the new album brings together their shimmering, hummingbird flourishes and extraordinary engine room rhythm section, laser-focused on melody, energy, and beat. Don’t leave it too late to grab your tickets, they’re coming to the Hall on 29th September!
HYPNOSIS: 30TH ANNIVERSARY
Hypnosis returns to Manchester for it’s 30th Anniversary. Joining the legendary Paul Oakenfold will be Markus Schulz voted America’s best DJ in 2012 and 2014 by the DJ Times and Sander Kleinenberg. Shall we see you on the 19th October?
FKJ: French multi-instrumentalist
French Kiwi Juice, better known as FKJ is bringing his murky electronics and saxophone solos to the Albert Hall in October. On the 11th you can be transported to a house party in Hong Kong, a road trip through the Australian outback, a post-midnight walk alone across moonlit European streets all through his colourful arrangements.
SUNN O))): Life Metal
Sunn O))) are back with new album ‘Life Metal’, their first new studio album in four years, and they’re out on tour across Europe to celebrate. Catch them in Albert Hall on the 27th October!
KATE TEMPEST: THE WORDSMITH
In our opinion Kate Tempest is one of the greatest lyricists of our time, a truly unique artist who has managed to hold her own in both literary and hip hop circles, one of the first acts to truly prove that lyrical music can be regarded as poetic. Kate Tempest performs live at Albert Hall on Sunday 10th November. You can buy tickets here.
Listen to our Kate Tempest Hip-Hop playlist