6:30PM-10:15PM : £10 ADV (14+)

Doors 6PM
Anamelia 6.30PM
E Trilla 7PM
Roots Raddix 7.30PM
Miamsa 8PM
Dane 8.30PM
J Chambers 9PM


Anamelia – a Polish girl raised in England. Her influences are deep: Musically she absorbs everything from Erykah Badu to NAO, visually she matches classic 90s British streetwear with a more 2018 silhouette – and her depth doesn’t stop there. Spending much of her youth attending folk concerts across the Polish countryside, her ability to take in a breadth of cultural experiences has clearly transcended to her artistic output, shown through her multi-lingual musical approach and strong advocacy for other young females to recognise their identity and spirituality.

Dane and E-thrilla
Following the vast success of their collaborative project ‘The Clouds Above Forever’ the two Manchester underground heavyweights are bringing their eclectic blend of heavyweight beats and reflective yet pensive and intricate lyrics to the Deaf Institute.

Woody Green + ZZ Slepton (Roots Raddix)
Roots Raddix are bringing a whole new vibe to the 0161 scene. Founded 2014, the trio – Layfullstop, Woddy Green and Zz, The Slept On – draw on jazz, RnB and soul to imbue their hip-hop with unique flavour.

Miasma are a Manchester based 7 piece groove-oriented Funk & soul outfit. Slick licks and popping horns weaved between a strong bass driven rhythm section and a vibrant arrangement of female-led vocals, generating a psychedelic funk.
Once in a blue moon planetary alignments are said to lead to local miasmas: concentrations of funky air and strange vapors.
These miasmas are then blown on the wind and enter the body through pores in the skin, a contagious power ... that has an independent life of its own.
Once inside the body they disrupt the balance, improving your interplanetary funksmanship.
So kick back and breathe deep, while we lay it on your eardrums….

Following the success of his sophomore project ‘Moment of Silence ii: The Road to Perdition’
Featuring songs such as ‘Round Here’ Featuring the incredible Layfullstop, ‘For This’ & ‘Manifesto’.
J now returns with his new triumphant project ‘New Levels New Devils’. NLND paints the picture of surviving and trying to build a better future in a Britain that is broken. The pensive and intricate lyricist is set to return to Deaf Institute to launch his project… This isn’t one that you want to miss.

‘New Levels New Devils is an interesting listen that draws you in musically and lyrically. The messages will resonate with many people, if the genre does not. – Dom Walsh (Louder Than War)