Fred Perry are continuing to excite new music fans with the next in their series of Subculture events. Following the annual takeover of London’s 100 Club and the success of Super 8, the BBQ all dayer at The Windmill, Fred Perry head to Manchester to take over The Deaf Institute on Nov 6th.
Following a warm up set by Dave Haslam at their Oldham Street store, Nottingham’s Do Nothing headline The Deaf Institute with support coming from city natives, Blanketman and Leeds’ English Teacher.
As you grab your beers between bands, Hot Singles Club and Tim Burgess will be at hand to spin some tunes. Fred Perry Subculture whet the appetite by adding:
“With sets from Manchester’s newest and hottest DJ trio Hot Singles Club, and Salford-born Charlatans legend Tim Burgess, the night looks set to introduce you to your next musical obsession.
Citing Sonic Youth and Shame among their influences, English Teacher will kick things off with a not-to-be-missed live performance, followed by the sharp, DIY sounds of post-punk four-piece Blanketman. Artsy no-wave band Do Nothing will take the headline slot – their sharp lyrics and psycho drama-esque delivery set to keep you guessing (and coming back for more).”
Tickets are available now here.
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