‘No Good Beatniks’ are a collective of like minded musicians who operate as a jam band with the focus
on dirty grooves and distorted jazz. They play broken beats with a dancefloor vibe on vintage/analogue equipment and classic instruments.
‘Funky original music and warped covers.’ Manchester Jazz Festival
“Brilliant!” - Jamie Cullum
“The UK’s rising star of Jazz/Pop” - Music Mag
After a successful first appearance at Matt and Phreds, 21-year-old, award winning, Blues chart selling artist Tom Seals returns to what he describes as his "favourite venue in Manchester!".
Head down to the club to dance and party with our favourite New Orleans band THE NIGHTCREATURES!
The Chinese Marbles is a collective of ten multi-instrumentalists from Macclesfield. The band
plays a truly eclectic mix of genres including rock, ska, funk, disco, soul, reggae and blues,
with both covers and originals thrown in, all members input their own musical style into the
mix. With powerful Joe Cocker-style vocals from Joe Ashworth, amazing soul diva Rosie
Every 1st Monday of the month is the very popular Blues Jam. Our resident band will jam the night away with players of any standard, so bring your guitars, mouth organs, sticks or vocal chords and play the blues. Just seek out Franny when you arrive and they'll give you the lowdown on how it works. All welcome to join in or kick back and watch the players in action!
For this new project, Stuart joins forces with trumpeter, Neil Yates,
beatboxer, Jason Singh and Manchester keyboard legend, John Ellis.
Nourished by both Irish and jazz traditions, Neil Yates’ trumpet
has the clarity of Miles Davis, but the rolls and turns that come
direct from Celtic music, creating music that is genuinely
Three Step Manoeuvre are a new organ trio of young musicians David Ferris on organ,
Ben Lee on guitar and Oscar Reynolds on drums, specialising in hard-grooving funk
music. They came together through a shared love of artists such as funk pioneers like
James Brown and The Meters, jazz legends such as Jimmy Smith and John Scofield, and