Friday, 8th March 2019 – Manchester Gulliver’s
Akoustik Anarkhy presents:
Carousel Clouds (acoustic)
Ellie Akhgar (Extinguish Her)
Tom Long (Easter)
Ben (Buffalo Steaks)
DJ Matt Lidis
7pm – late, £5 on the door
Saturday, 15th December 2018 – Manchester Fuel
Carousel Clouds + Johnny Winbolt-Lewis (Douga) + Neil Wright (Dutch Uncles) + Ghosts of Social Networks + Guests + DJs
Carousel Clouds & Friends Charity Christmas Shindig
Johnny Winbolt-Lewis (Douga)
Ghosts of Social Networks
Neil Wright (Dutch Uncles, The Alpha Machine, Chips of Chorlton),
DJs until late.
Limited advance tickets £3
Ticket link: TicketSource
All proceeds to the Fallowfield and Withington Foodbank. Donations can also be made on the evening.
Fuel Cafe, 448 Wilmslow Rd, Withington, Manchester M20 3BW
Wilmslow road is served by busses 41, 42,, 42A, 42B, 43 and 44, plus 142 and 143 night busses. Nearest Metrolink stop: Burton Road.
JOHNNY WINBOLT-LEWIS We were delighted to play with Douga at The Eagle, for the Invisible Lines single launch. Back at the Summer 2017 show, Douga played a completely improvised set. Since then, Douga have released wonderful second album Hidden Tapes and the Golden Tide, and vocalist & multi-instrumentalist Johnny is coming to play a set at Fuel this Winter, possibly with some special guests.
NEIL WRIGHT After years of asking, Neil Wright exited his solo-hiatus to play with Carousel Clouds in August 2018, his first solo show in 6 years. Although he does perform regularly, as guitarist with Dutch Uncles, as well as hosting the ace Chips of Chorlton podcast. Neil previously also played with (52) Teenagers and The Alpha Machine, and we are extremely excited to see him perform from his exquisite back-catalogue for us again.
GHOSTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKS A Manchester act we first heard when championed by Steve Lamacq, no less. Having since caught them live a few times, we cannot wait to see GOSN perform at the Christmas Shindig.
CAROUSEL CLOUDS Following the release of debut album Tales of Coincidence in April 2018, Carousel Clouds have started work on the follow-up record, and will be previewing some material from it. (Plus there may be a festive surprise)
SPECIAL GUESTS Be alert for some very special guests on the night!
Carousel Clouds + James Holt + Lindsay Munroe + Neil Wright
Tuesday, 21st August 2018
The Castle Hotel, Oldham Street, Manchester
Tickets £3 advance, £5 on the door
Ticket Link: TicketSource
7.00pm Doors Open
7.45pm Neil Wright
8.30pm Lindsay Munroe
9.15pm James Holt
10.00pm Carousel Clouds
“Entrancing” – Steve Lamacq, on Carousel Clouds
“Fresh and exciting to listen to” – Brian Eno, on James Holt
Lindsay Munroe‘s EP One Day Will Break is about to sell out, and is a favourite with BBC Introducing in Manchester
Rare solo set from Neil Wright, Dutch Uncles guitarist and former (52) Teenagers and Alpha Machine frontman.
Spotify playlist containing all four acts performing: Spotify Playlist
Carousel Clouds have been invited to perform at the iconic Band on the Wall venue in Manchester, as part of Free Vibes.
Date: 11th May 2018
Venue: Manchester Band on the Wall
Line-up: FEARS CHELLA + TREMORS + METRO VERLAINE + IORA + Shell Zenner DJ
Tickets: Signup for FREE ENTRY with the venue, here
Band on the Wall presents a special edition of Free Vibes, curated with Amazing Radio’s new music champion Shell Zenner. We’ve teamed up with Shell to bring you five of the most exciting artists you need to know. Sign up for free entry and discover new music from the likes of Fears Chella, Tremors, Metro Verlaine, Carousel Clouds and Iora. DJ Shell Zenner will keep the vibes flowing ‘til late!
Fears Chella are an indie-pop/grunge four-piece who recently dropped their killer new single ‘Polaroid’.
Tremors are a Manchester based five-piece playing a unique blend of shoegaze, alternative rock and americana.
“Sunkissed melodies, airbrushed sonics and chiming guitars…the missing link between Laurel Canyon classicism and the current Manc dream-pop scene.” – Manchester Evening News
Metro Verlaine are a French quartet who deliver an ‘electric and romantic’ sound.
Salford’s Carousel Clouds keep their brand of shoegaze firmly rooted in psych and their debut album ‘Tales of Coincidence’ just landed on Ranch Records.
Iora is a Manchester-based electronic-folk artist who employ trip-hop and acoustic elements.
Tuesday, 3rd April 2018
Carousel Clouds + Abbie Ozard + Daniel Clarke
The Peer Hat, Manchester. 8pm.
£10 ticket + Tales of Coincidence CD album
Tickets are just £3 advance.
For £10, you can reserve your ticket and order a CD copy of Tales of Coincidence, which you can collect at the venue on the night – ahead of its official release.
The debut Carousel Clouds album Tales of Coincidence will be released in April 2018, on Ranch Records. Full details of the release will be available soon.
Carousel Clouds are confirmed to perform live at The King’s Arms, Salford, on Friday, 3rd November 2017.
Tickets £6 adv.
Ticket + limited 4-track CD of Carousel Clouds single Always Talking, £10
Salford’s Carousel Clouds follow up the BBC 6-Music recommended debut single Invisible Lines by releasing Always Talking in November 2017. To coincide, the band will perform at the magical King’s Arms venue.
Also on the bill are Salford act Twin Visions, Emilio Pinchi, and Kurtis Starkie – taking time out from his sell-out tour as guitarist with The Slow Readers Club, to showcase his solo material.
Always Talking is taken from the debut Carousel Clouds album (released 2018) and was exclusively premiered on BBC Radio Manchester in August 2017.
Thanks to everyone who came along to the Eagle. We hope you enjoyed the night, and the wonderful performances by Murph, Tamsin (Mr Heart) and Douga. Below are a few photos from the night, more available on our Instagram page.
We hope to see you at the next show. Keep an eye on the Live page for details.