MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: The 99 Degree

Koffee Pot venue was the place to be friday evening at Dot 2 Dot where The 99 Degree crashed the stage and MIMR was there to join the party.

Leading the line with their Psych/Surf Rock sound which is so appealing, the Manchester foursome grumbled and growled through a mesmerising set which left you dazzly-eyed. Amongst the diversity of many Manchester bands around at this time The 99 Degree have all the tools at their disposal to stamp their mark and do it with style.

Here are some highlights from their set.

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: The Slovaks

New to the blog The Slovaks were the next stop on MIMR’s Dot 2 Dot 2016 schedule and they pushed all the right buttons with a gripping set. The Rock n Roll hotshots shook the Koffee Pot venue to its foundations and left your ears ringing with their infectiously, live and loud sound.

With album plans ahead for later in the year, the Manchester trio look sure to bring their fury to a greater audience and MIMR will be following their progress with great interest.

Here are a few highlights from their brilliant set.

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: Turf

Hopping over to Black Milk venue for a well anticipated set by Manchester wild rockers Turf and they grabbed your attention with a pulsating show from the word go.

With a impressive arsenal of songs, the four-piece struck down the crowd in attendance with a high energy and frenetic display which pierced your brain, leaving you wanting more and MIMR can guarantee that in the future we will get much more!

Here are some highlights from their set.

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: Pines

Next up on MIMR travels around the Northern quarter were a stop off at 57 Thomas Street where Manchester Alt-Pop maestros Pines showcased their many talents with a fantastic show.

One of MIMR ‘Ones to Watch’ before the festival lived up to the hype with a strong, commanding display of piercing vocals and mesemerising songs, a daze which was hard to shake off. Look out for Pines, they’re making giant leaps, dont miss out!

A few snaphots of their set are here for you now.

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: Feed The Kid

Continuing with the quality line up early doors at Dot 2 Dot this year were the excellent Feed The Kid who attracted a joyous crowd at Aatma. Having featured on the blog previously the Manchester 5 piece brought a bit of class to the festival with a shimmering display of Rock n Roll at its finest.

Excitement was assured and delivered in waves of psych-tinged riffs and glowing vocals which were hard not to create beaming smiles across the many that had the pleasure to witness them in action, well played indeed!

MIMR captured some best bits from their set

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: Liines

A must at this year’s festival was seeing a welcome return to the blog for female rock trio Liines who truly stormed Dive NQ venue in the late afternoon with a bruising set.

Liines deliver a thrill a second show with killer riffs, stomping basslines and thumping beats which have become such a trademark of the Manchester threesome, who continue to go from strength to strength, brilliant!

MIMR presents to you a few snapshots from their blistering set

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MIMR @Dot 2 Dot Gig Gallery: Jordan Allen

MIMR began this year’s Dot 2 Dot Festival at a jam packed The Castle and the day’s proceedings went off with a bang with a sparkling set by Jordan Allen.

The indie rock four piece from Bolton are sure to become a force to be reckoned with this year and there was plenty of highlights in a storming show. ‘Helter Skelter’ and new single ‘Too Much Too Soon’ were met with loud applause, remember the name and a perfect way to start Dot 2 Dot

Here are some highlights from their set

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Here’s the new video for new single ‘Too Much Too Soon’