Welcome to Moving North.
We put on D.I.Y punk rock shows in Manchester. You can pay on the door at all our shows unless we say SOLD OUT online.
Fri 25th July @ The Star & Garter, Manchester
CITIZEN / DIAMOND YOUTH / HEADROOM / BOSTON MANOR Facebook Event. SOLD OUT!
Thur 14th August @ Wahlbar, Fallowfield
BREAK-UPS / DINNER TIME / HORA DOUSE / PLOUGH LINES Facebook Event. £4 ON THE DOOR!
Thu 25 / Fri 26 / Sat 27 - MANCHF3STER
www.manchfester.com for line-up and tickets
Saturday, 12 July 2014
That being said, The Ramones are probably one of the only reasons you're reading this in one way or another, and gigs are what we're about so here's a nice summer one for you...
We're bringing BREAK-UPS back to Manchester for the first time in aaages and a nice bunch of Northern bands to complete the line-up in the form of Dinner Time (Doctrines, Well Wisher), Hora Douse and Plough Lines.
You can stream It's Complicated by Break-Ups right here:
Sunday, 22 June 2014
Thursday, 12 June 2014
Cheer to everyone who's been buying tickets for Day One and Day Three, you sold out Day One stupidly fast. SO, we've decided to upgrade the venue so no-one has to miss out!
Modern Baseball, Spraynard and Losing Sleep will now be playing at Sound Control (basement), New Wakefield Street, Manchester. It's a great venue, good for stagedives, sounds great and £2 cocktails next door at Font Bar!
All original tickets are valid.
Sunday, 8 June 2014
As promised and hyped, here's the line-up for Day Three of MANCHF3STER. Day Three is going to be held at Dry Bar, Oldham St, Manchester. The bands will be playing in the basement, there is no barrier. Upstairs is a bar that will be serving food and booze all day long.
And without further adieu...
Monday, 2 June 2014
Saturday, 31 May 2014
Sunday, 18 May 2014
Since I heard them for the first time they've undergone a few changes, from two-piece to full band and most recently seeing the departure of Dan, who shared the song-writing responsibilities with Josh, because he's a daddy now!
I caught up with Josh recently to talk about the line-up change, their latest EP "Black Everything" and of course, grime music.
The subject matter on "Black Everything" is pretty similar to some of the tracks on "London", how do you feel things have progressed (or regressed) since working on that album?
Who's going to be filling in on guitar for the upcoming shows/foreseeable future?
You're playing a whole host of great looking festivals this year, including a trip to Florida to play The Fest. Are there any tours in the works?
How productive are you guys feeling? Will we be expecting another full length after Black Everything?
You're notably into London grime and hip-hop, have you ever considered working that genre into A,IHN?
Apologies, I Have None are playing the next Moving North show on Saturday 7th June at Odder Bar, Oxford Rd, Manchester. More info here. Also on the bill are Above Them, Leagues Apart, Get Human and Fair Do's.