James Carroll gives his verdict on the atmospheric Australian synth-pop group City Calm Down and reviews their most recent performance at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen
The Howl and the Hum return to Manchester once more to grace a sold-out Soup Kitchen with an intoxicating performance
Elena Bradley catches up with upcoming Peach Fuzz who are freshly picked and buzzing with promise as their tour with The Vryll Society ends on a high.
Famed on social media and hated by Transport For London, Jimothy Lacoste visited Soup Kitchen for a short-but-sweet sold-out show
Having released her debut album just a month ago, and on the second day of her European tour, LAUREL speaks to The Mancunion ahead of her show at Soup Kitchen.
Sugar daddies, blood bathing, social inequality, and capitalism – what more could you possibly want?
The Melbourne four-piece play Soup Kitchen on Tuesday 28th November
Despite not having a rich history akin to that of Manchester’s other venues, Soup Kitchen has made a name as one of the most eclectic places in Manchester
Lifeshare have been locked out of their old premises and are searching to find a new location to continue their charitable work
Daisy Lester reviews Tyneside singer Sam Fender’s live performance at Soup Kitchen in NQ
Anteros – the glittery silver lining to the dark clouds of the world – put on an emotionally euphoric performance at Soup Kitchen, writes contributor Winona Newman.
An evening at Soup Kitchen with LAUREL leaves an audience privileged to have witnessed a singer destined to play far bigger venues, writes Alex Corns
The album is set to drop on 6th April when Cosmo headlines Soup Kitchen
Callum Lunn thinks We Were Promised Jetpacks deserved a better audience