Paddy Steer with MOLD, Slow Knife, SilVer VialS

Night & Day, Manchester.

Something special at Night & Day this November - Local legend Paddy Steer joined by some of Manchester's next generation of cosmic comrades

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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Something special at Night & Day this November from independent Mancunian promoters, Deco Records - Paddy Steer's cosmic take on the one man band

"Mostly based around sequenced bass, and a simple scatter drum beat, Paddy shifts between instruments, overlaying an array of bleeps, swoops, treated vocals and hand made sounds that swirl around in arabesque rhythms. Seemingly teetering on the edge of collapse, the music is in fact adroitly held together with an underlying precision and dedication that seems at odds with the chaos around him; its very cleverly done." - GetIntoThis.co.uk

With support from some other unique acts involving an array of weird and wonderful instruments, this really is one not to be missed.

 

"Paddy is a Zelig-like character along the timeline of Manchester’s musical activity. It’s a testament to his musicality that he has played with such a wide range of music and artists over the years, be it as a bass player, drummer, Hawaiian guitarist etc. or all these roles at the same time. His own Homelife project released five albums in recent years, Homelife’s sound was intricate but with a warm sense of wonder, a balance of songs and instrumentals. Many musicians contributed to the Homelife project, brewed slowly by Paddy in his attic before being taken out as a small orchestra for some very unique concerts.

Never one to blow his own trumpet, Paddy quietly gets on with developing his craft. There is something of the fairy-tale cobbler working late into the night in order to make the finest shoes in the kingdom, or maybe the musical elves strike up while he’s in bed" - Blue Dot