North west ten piece collective The Moods host their very own festival on Saturday at The Bred Shed Manchester, featuring 10 live bands over 10 hours.

It’s all about bpm and lyrical bombs as MoodsFest brings Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester together for an ‘urban gatherine of clans’ with bands and artists from the three cities coming together for an eclective mix of alternative, indie, dance, hip hop, rap, reggae sounds.

Taking place at the newly refurbished Bred Shed (126 Grosvenor Street) MoodsFest features The Moods , Girobabies, Yoko Pwno, Shady 80s, Miasma, The Twistettes, The Plimp Souls, Y Key Operators, Pleasures and Xmenbteam with 10 live bands in over 10 hours of new music.

Formed in 2014, A dizzying amalgamation of producers and poets, they swiftly honed their very own sound, combining drum & bass, reggae, hip-hop and EDM.  Their album Missing Peace, was self recorded in their north Manchester studios Boom-shack, mixed by Black Grape musical director Dan Broad and was mastered by Grammy nominated, Stuart Hawkes at London’s Metropolis Studios.  The Moods are booked to open the main stages of some of the UKs biggest festivals in the summer of 2018, as well as their own headline slots at numerous urban music festivals.

Where and when does MoodsFest take place?

MoodsFest takes place at The Bred Shed from 2pm on Saturday 28 April.  Tickets are priced £10 for an all-day ticket available from Skiddle.

The Moods image courtesy Calder Marley Taylor