A fundraiser at Sacred Trinity church on Thursday 16 July will see all-female acts perform to raise money for Amnesty International and Women’s Aid.
The Family Wolves answer some of MULE’s questions ahead of the Friends of Mule fundraiser on 26 October
The Yossarians due to headline our Friends of Mule fundraiser gig on Saturday 26 October at Pop Up Bikes, but first they chatted to us about music as a tool for social change, European gigs and mortality.
Manchester’s “feminist clubnight” Typical Girls is back for an evening of female fronted music this evening Friday 30 of August at The Star and Garter. All proceeds from the event go to Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH), a charity that supports the rights and welfare of Manchester based sex workers.
On 20 April, independent record stores up and down the nation took part in Record Store Day – an annual initiative of growing popularity designed to promote the re-emerging culture surrounding the vinyl record. But is the day working for fans and small independents?
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) has announced the finale of The Factory Foundation’s Thirty One Songs project, which will soon be replaced by the Xpress campaign, organised by Quenched Music.