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Interview with Jonny Bramwell Part 2 (2004)

I Am Kloot - Interview with Jonny Bramwell Part 2

In the second part of our interview with acclaimed Manchester group I am Kloot, frontman Jonny Bramwell talks to Anthony Dhanendran about playing Glastonbury and the band's recent collaboration with Doctor Who actor Christopher Eccleston

Interview with Jonny Bramwell Part 1 (2004)

I Am Kloot - Interview with Jonny Bramwell Part 1

One of the leading lights of the Manchester music scene, I am Kloot recently played a one-off show in London . In the first of a two part interview frontman Jonny Bramwell speaks to Anthony Dhanendran about his band's hard touring schedule


Albert Hall, Manchester, 10/4/2015

I Am Kloot - Albert Hall, Manchester, 10/4/2015

Manchester’s finest cult band, I Am Kloot, perform a remarkable hometown set in former city centre church, the Albert Hall, and an awestruck Dixie Ernill is there to witness

Academy 3, Manchester, 14/2/2010

I Am Kloot - Academy 3, Manchester, 14/2/2010

At an intimate sold-out show on Valentine's Day night, Dixie Ernill watches local indie rockers I Am Kloot play a stunning and faultless set at the Academy 3 in Manchester

Deaf Institute, Manchester, 17/9/2009

I Am Kloot - Deaf Institute, Manchester, 17/9/2009

At the second of four sell out gigs in their home town of Manchester, Dixie Ernill watches the still under-rated I Am Kloot play an extended set of their kitchen sink pop gems

Leadmill, Sheffield, 23/4/2005

I Am Kloot - Leadmill, Sheffield, 23/4/2005

On the first night of their latest tour, Denzil Watson sees the ever intelligent and thoughtful I am Kloot put on an "impeccable and compelling performance" at the Sheffield Leadmill


Hold Back the Night (2015)

Magical double CD live album from acclaimed Manchester-based indie pop trio, I Am Kloot

From Your Favourite Sky (2004)

Well-performed, but confusing new single from bubbling under Manchester trio, I am Kloot

Natural History (2001)

Manchester's 'I am Kloot' have been all too easily pigeon-holed into the nu-acoustic stool-gazing movement along with fellow Mancunian strummers Elbow and Alfie. Perhaps this doesn't do justice to the

Twist/ 86 TV's (2001)

Manchester’s I Am Kloot return with their second single, which shows just as much promise as their start of the millennium debut ‘Titanic’. I Am Kloot are not just any old indie band as their monik

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