We and thee are super excited to have MAN MADE back in the shop, for an in store performance to celebrate their debut album ‘TV Broke My Brain’.
We were lucky enough to have Nile Marr play in the shop when we first opened, and now we meet again both more fully formed beasts with beats.
You can see the FREE ENTRY show at 7:30pm on Tuesday 3rd May (we’ll be opening our doors at 7:15pm, with a first in the queue, first to be let in policy….)
BUT…We offer you the chance to secure a comfortable priority spot at the in store by pre ordering the new recording
You’ll then be invited to arrive earlier than advertised to collect your record, and grab a spot near the front. We will e mail you details near to the time of the event.
The guys will be signing the LP’s on the night. We’ll also sell a few CD’s of the new album also.
There will also be a limited edition Vegan ‘Man Made Pie’, with the ingredients chosen by the band themselves. Witty name to be decided and announced nearer the time:)
So get your supper at the show, and then tap your foot and synchronise your fork to mouth movements whilst your ears and belly harmonise together, and let MAN MADE invite you in to their organic alt rock.
FB event here:
More info on the new record below.
Rising Manchester three-piece Man Made will release their exceptional debut album TV Broke My Brain. Produced by Ray Man and mixed by Nick Launay (Kate Bush, Lou Reed, Arcade Fire), it was recorded at the trio’s shared house over a year and a half. Every time they gigged and the songs changed, they’d re-record them. The record to them, after all, is meant to be “the menu of the live experience.” “[The songs change every night] and that depends on the audience, the room and the atmosphere,” Nile explains. “It shouldn’t be ‘we have an album, let us play it for you’. It’s ‘we are a band and we have recorded us playing for you’.” TV Broke My Brain certainly captures the energy and passion that goes into the band, and presents it with its American alt-rock influences (you can hear everything from Sonic Youth to The Shins in its 11 tracks) firmly on its sleeve. Unplug yourself from the matrix of gadgets in your life and connect with Man Made instead.