LIVE @ FUTURE YARD | Future Yard

Live @ Future Yard is back!

Your monthly instalment featuring 4 of our next favourite artists from the local scene and beyond is back on Friday 7th June, this time featuring TblocHazmatTRAITS + Manilla Times.

Tickets on sale now.


Future Yard presents
Live @ Future Yard 
+ Hazmat
+ Manilla Times
+ Tbloc
Friday 7th June 2024
Tickets £10
75 Argyle Street

Future Yard is a cashless venue – all payments are taken by contactless or chip and pin. Live curfew 11pm. Kitchen open til 9pm. If you have any specific access requests, please read all of the details about accessibility at Future Yard here.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 16s who are not accompanied by an adult.
This is a standing show. We are able to provide a small number of stools if you contact us in advance.



HAZMAT are a dynamic grunge/dreamo band hailing from the dragon’s nest Wrexham, Wales. Currently based out of Liverpool, HAZMAT is composed of Iwan Douglas (vocals/rhythm guitar), Luca Visetti (lead guitar), Owen Brown (bass guitar) & Matt Birnie (drums).

Drawing inspiration from the classic alternative sounds of the 90s and infusing it with heavy shoegaze fuzz riffs, the HAZMAT blend creates a captivating and dark dreamscape.

Having made a mark on numerous hot venues across the UK scene, HAZMAT has performed in multiple cities across the UK, exposing their music to audiences who share their love for heavy and spacey noise.

Moving towards a more melodic and ambient sound, HAZMAT have just released their latest single ‘Pulling Away From Me‘. Recorded in Liverpool’s prestigious Motor Museum studio, HAZMAT have collaborated with established producers Ben Harper and Al Groves to produce their first single since 2022.



Emerging indie rockers Manilla Times, hailed as one of XS Manchester’s “Ones to Watch 24”, deliver infectious anthems brimming with energy and nostalgia. Originating from small towns in Ireland and North Wales, the band—comprising Jack McKelvey (vocals), Jase Watkins (guitar), Ollie Neave (bass), and Sean Wheldon (drums)—now straddle the vibrant music scenes of Manchester and London.



Formed in Bolton but currently rehearsing and residing in Manchester, tbloc are Alexander Ashton (guitar), Alfie Cooper (guitar), Joel Wolstencroft (drums), Ryan Woods (vocals) and Sebastian Murphy (bass). Hoping to leave their mark on the indieverse in years to come, their music consists of vulnerable lyrics, hard-hitting drums, and intertwining guitars that will have you in a chokehold from the moment they step on stage. Shoutout to the bass player as well.