Liverpool music gig guide – MØ, Teleman, Scott Fagan and much more.

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Mø – photo from artists Facebook

With a string of stellar acts set to take Liverpool by storm this week, Getintothis Craig MacDonald thinks Donald Trump should heed his words.

Liverpool has long been a city proud to artists from across the world. From our own incredible acts, to those from further afield, our city could possibly be Donald Trump’s worst nightmare.

For if the walking ass hat took a moment away from belittling woman and his plans to build walls, he could possibly have a moment of clarity if he were to walk through our streets this week. For where better then here to show him that people from all genders, religions and races can work together to make beautiful things?

So if be some miracle, you are reading this Donald, get your merkin shaped head out your colon, have a read through and see what your missing.

Mø - phot from artists Facebook

Mø – photo from artists Facebook

MØ: Arts Club, October 18

In part responsible for one of the biggest selling songs of recent years, Danish pop pixie will be making her Liverpool debut at the Arts Club this week.

Described as electro with guts, the singer will be playing plenty of her latest cuts as she gears up to the release of her sophomore album this year. Support comes in the form of electro rockers Nimmo and Halem.

Read our full preview here. 

The Shipbuilders

The Shipbuilders

CC Smugglers: Studio 2, October 19

Working their way up from playing street corners to some of the biggest stages in the world, is no mean feat. But that is exactly what the captivating talents of sextet CC Smugglers have done.

With their contemporary twist on folk winning plenty of plaudits, you can see what the fuss is about at Studio 2 this Wednesday, where they will be joined by Tom Seal and The Shipbuilders.

Scott Fagan

Scott Fagan: Music Room, October 19

Heading to the Music Room this week with his classic album South Atlantic Blues, Scott Fagan was at one point tipped to be the psych-folk version of Elvis.

Fifty years on and in some circles many would say Fagan is the true King in his arena. With Stephen Steinbrink and Entrance also on offer, this is a midweek treat not to be missed.

Read our full preview here.

We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists: Arts Club, October 19

Hitting the Arts Club as part of their extensive UK tour this week, We Are Scientists will have all the tools to make an almighty clatter on their return to town.

Five albums in and over a decade in the game, the duo show no signs of slowing yet., so get plenty of rest before this.

Read our full preview here.

The Temptations - photo from artists Facebook

The Temptations – photo from artists Facebook

Four Tops and The Temptations: Echo Arena, October 21

Liverpool and Motown are swiftly becoming musical brother and sister, with the latest set of legends to visit us coming in the form of the iconic Four Tops and The Temptations.

If you want to see musical legends, then get two for the price of one at this whopper down at the docks on Friday night.

Read our full preview here. 

The Wicked Whispers

The Wicked Whispers

The Wicked Whispers: The Buyers Club, October 21

Psychedelic offerings don’t get much better then the sublime cuts that The Wicked Whsipers are able to deliver, with seemingly effortless ease.

The group will be making a homecoming appearance at The Buyers Club later this week, with plenty of heads set to be at this one as they are joined by DUSST and The Probes at the Hardman Street venue.

Invisible Wind Factory

Invisible Wind Factory

The Black Madonna: Invisible Wind Factory, October 21

Arguably one of the biggest female names in dance music makes a much anticipated stop at Liverpool this weekend, as The Black Madonna heads to Invisible Wind Factory on Friday night.

The Chicago queen of the decks appearance at the Northern venue is second, of what is already looking a stellar series from the ENRG heads.

Teleman

Teleman

Teleman: Leaf, October 22

Having blossomed from their acclaimed debut album, to the tour de force shown on their recent release, Teleman return to Liverpool this week to play Leaf as part of their UK tour.

The four piece bring smooth melodies of synth goodness that will get you grooving all through the night. With this long being a sell out, there is a real sense of yearning for this one.

Read our full preview here.

Beach Baby

Beach Baby

As if all this wasn’t enough, there is still our Getintothis gigbites with all this on offer:

  • Barb Wire Dolls play The Magnet on Monday October 17 wth support from Hands Off Gretel and Cat Called Dog.
  • Black Foxxes play Arts Club on Monday October 17.
  • Beach Baby play Studio 2 on Tuesday October 18 with support from Overide and Oya Paya.
  • You Me At Six play Mountford Hall on Wednesday October 19.
  • Johnny Dowd plays Drop The Dumbells on Thursday October 20 with support from Dead Hedge Trio and Medicine Stu.
  • Heaven 17 play O2 Academy on Thursday October 20.
  • Drowners play Studio 2 on Thursday October 20 with support from Scarlet Rascal and Critics.
  • Lisa Hannigan plays Arts Club Friday October 21.
  • Blue Rose Code plays The Music Room on Friday October 21 with support from Only Child.
  • Foes play The Magnet on Friday October 21 with support from Siamese, Vukovar Vukovar and Kusanagi.
  • FVNERALS play Maguires on Saturday October 22 with support from Blood Lips and Dystopian Future Movies.
  • The Hummingbirds play Arts Club on Saturday October 22.
  • Robyn Hitchcock plays Philharmonic Hall on Saturday October 22.
  • The Bay Rays play The Shipping Forecast on Saturday October 22.
  • Loudon Wainwright III plays Philharmonic Hall on Sunday October 23 with support from Chaim Tannenbaum.

Upcoming events to keep an eye on.

Little Mix

Little Mix

Little Mix: Echo Arena, November 1 2017

Arguably the biggest female act in the world today, Little Mix return to Liverpool next November having taken the world by storm with their insatiable pop grooves. With their new album Glory Days continuing to see their stock rise across all corners of the globe, we don’t expect tickets to last long for their date at the dockland arena.

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