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



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



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



Keeley + Def Robot + Vincent Christ

Dublin’s psych-dreampop-indie rising stars play their first Manchester show in support of their debut album “Floating Above Everything Else” (Dimple Discs). “Every once in a while we get band that comes out of nowhere and provides us with a gem of heart stopping beauty that resonates and lightly slaps your earlobes with a glorious sound. KEELEY are one of them” – Louderthanwar (Album of the Week) Support from Def Robot. Formed in 2019, DR have released 17 albums covering a wide mix of genres. Alternative Rock is the main sound and influences include The Pixies, Talking Heads, The Fall, Joy Division, The Clash and post punk in general.

Ausgang + SENEX IV

Songs of Preys Music Production of 80’s Post-Punk/Goth icons AUSGANG playing Live at AATMA in Manchester before they embark of the first leg of their USA tour. They will be supported by SENEX IV.

Last Stop Sounds: CUT, Bones Shake, Dead Stilettos and MRI

CUT – Italian Punks on first UK tour in four years, a must see live band!

Bones Shake – A scuzzed fuzzed blues three piece from Manchester.
New LP Sermons out now on Abattoir Blues Record

Dead Stilettos – Your Creepy Uncle’s Wedding Band, Stoogified Mancunian Punk

MRI – Noisy shouty songsters

Doors: 7:30pm (ends by 11pm)

Cost £8 cash/card on the door or online from Fatsoma

CUT, Hazel’s Maze, Pleasure Island and MRI – Live at Aatma

CUT are a Rock and Roll/Punk/Noise trio from Italy.
Their sound has been described in many ways but the band’s favourite is still: ‘John Lee Hooker stuck in a post-punk straitjacket’