3rd Degree Gurns + The Charlie Potatoes Band + Midland Railway + DJ Olivia Keney

£3 on the door.

The Molehill presents: Bolshevik Rollups, Squelch! & The Habit

Kicking off 2024 with a banger of a gig! The Molehill burrows its way back into Aatma with 3 quality student bands on the bill. Forming part of Independent Venue Week 2024 – This is not a gig to miss!

 

Tickets £4.61 inc booking fee.

 

POPPYCOCK + Vee VV + Factory Acts + Billy North

Poppycock-Featuring Una Baines co-founder and member of The Fall’s original line-up.
Vee VV trade in Punk/Funk/electro vibes.
Factory Acts are SoS (aka Susan O’Shea, from Cork, Ireland) on vocals, synths and analogue digital devices, and Matt Davies covering bass, beats and magical mixes. Factory Acts was born following the accidental creation of a new sound, and a hastily written two song instrumental debut at the famous Salford Lad’s Club.
Billy North, following his recent earthquaking performance at Wire Club Leeds, will be serving up an equally irresistible diet of garage, breaks and jungle.

 

Early bird tickets: £9 + bf in the link.

The Corbieres Debut Album Preview + DJ Carl Kent

The Corbieres are a new Manchester band upcycled from pre-loved, now defunct Manchester bands of the past. Catch a preview of their debut album with this free show at Aatma.

Uhr//JD Meatyard//The Weak and the Strong/VICE VERA

An eclectic night of music featuring artists from Netherlands, Spain and Manchester

Tickets £6 + bf

IYE Music Presents Plain Navy with Idle Noise and Smokin Eskimo

Lineup

Plain Navy
Idle Noise
Smokin Eskimo
In Your Ears Music is back bring another 3 brilliant bands to Manchester! 

Plain Navy
Plain Navy are a 4 piece indie rock band from Saddleworth, Greater Manchester & are signed to 42’s
records.
They’ve recently released a single “Sun kissed melodies” a super catchy tune with a sunny summer vibe!
They are planning to release more new music soon & no doubt they will be showcasing some of their
new tunes at Aatma on 18/11….

Idle Noise
Idle Noise are an indie rock quartet from Coventry, taking influence from bands such as the Strokes, the
Vaccines & the Enemy.
Autumn 2023 sees Idle Noise heading out on a run of live dates across the UK, ready to showcase their
anthemic sound and upcoming releases to new audiences and cities.

Smokin Eskimo

Smokin Eskimo are a 4 piece band from Bilston, West Midlands. Combining a blend of blues & rock
styles, they cater for a wide range of listeners.
The band are heavily influenced by 60’s psychedelic rock and blues, 90’s britpop with a smattering of
jazz & funk. This gives Smokin Eskimo a multi-genre sound that doesn’t allow them to fall into one
specific category.

Diaz Brothers, Toronto Blessings & Clayface

A night of uplifting punk rock in the heart of the Northern Quarter.

Diaz Brothers – Melodic hardcore from Sunderland with a nod to classic mid-west emo, previewing songs from their difficult second album

https://www.facebook.com/DiazBrothersSunderland

https://diazbrothers.bandcamp.com/album/diaz-brothers

Toronto Blessings – Barnsley Choppers playing synth-driven angular post this and post that.
New album out imminently on Serial Bowl Records

https://www.facebook.com/TorontoBlessings/

https://serialbowlrecords.bandcamp.com/album/big-wins?fbclid=IwAR0lBjxKdXq_XffVpDozZlY__sCc4WDxpFwIuKGXjawZsieMJa8xax2ZjFQ

Clayface – localish gruff punk cheeky chappies with an album under their belt and hooks galore!

https://www.facebook.com/ClayfacePunkRawk

https://clayfacepunkrock.bandcamp.com/album/ailments

station44 live at AATMA

Glitch’d Out presents the incredible station44 showing off all major of audiovisual delights on Tuesday 24th October.

Curated by station44, organised by Glitch’d Out – you won’t want to miss it!

StereoTyped + Slack Alices, Sunday & the Comedown, Ashrah

A spooky night ooooooooh

CANCELLED StereoTyped, The Summit

StereoTyped, The Summit – Aatma, 8/10/2023

Grunge band StereoTyped take to the Aatma stage on the 8th of October for a night of loud bands, heavy pits, and great great music. Joined on the lineup by Manchester first timers but Liverpool veterans, punk band, The Summit, it is sure to be a simply unmissable night.