ABOUT ZERO CLUB
Zero Club is a showcase of everything 90’s Alternative, from music to visuals and the warm fuzzy feeling of the era of plaid shirts, Seattle’s finest and when rock music was just...better.
Zero Club has no fixed address nor does it take place on a certain day of the month. This is a pop up event which shows up whenever we need to remember the good old days of guitars, angst and jeans that weren’t bought with rips.
Grunge / Riot Grrrl / Geek Rock / 90’s Generation X Anthems
You can expect to hear bands such as:
Nirvana // The Pixies // Pearl Jam // Weezer // Nada Surf // The Melvins // Smashing Pumpkins // Hole // Presidents Of The USA // Stone Temple Pilots // No Doubt // Beck // Soundgarden // Quicksand // Red Hot Chili Peppers // Jane's Addiction // Eels // Foo Fighters // Faith No More // L7 // Garbage // Alice In Chains // Alanis Morissette // Bush // Mudhoney // The Offspring // Pavement // Butthole Surfers // Sonic Youth // The Breeders // Sublime // Temple Of The Dog // Everclear // Counting Crows // Silverchair // Dinosaur Jr // Radiohead // REM // Tad // Rage Against The Machine + much, much more.
ZERO CLUB NEWS
After hosting six successful intimate clubnights, Zero Club will be warming up for their next clubnight with the first Zero Club Live event featuring Manchester alt-rock/grunge inspired acts Altar Flowers, Happy Animal and Garsoons. Altar Flowers have recently released a new video for their single Dead Leaves. Happy Animal also recently released a new video for their debut […]
“No one sings like you anymore…” On May 18th we lost one of the most talented musicians of this generation in Chris Cornell of Soundgarden / Audioslave. Arguably one of the best voices in the history of rock music, Cornell has a legacy of music most can only dream of. On July 28th Zero Club […]
23 years ago on April 8th, we lost the hero and spokesperson of a generation. The one and only Kurt Cobain. So to celebrate his life and achievements, we are throwing a party in his honour at the coolest new venue in Manchester – Jimmy’s. Come as you are. Kurt Cobain challenged the status quo […]