Tag Archives: electronica
Earlier this week Mancunian techno don Cleric released the second part of of his ‘Scattered Thoughts’ EP on the Figure label. All in all he’s dropped eight thoughtful and exploratory tracks over the past two weeks. From the first set of tracks, ‘Avoid the Subject’ is an absolute chugger with a baseline that wont quit and […]
Winter is here and whether we like it or not, the festive season is upon us. Term is also quickly drawing to a close which means deadlines reign supreme and a lot of the big heads in Manchester are gearing up for NYE. As ever though, there’s no shortage of quality nights to get yourself […]
In February of this year, the team that has bought us the much loved club night Hi-Ku, decided to throw us a slightly different party. With an emphasis on Afrobeat and tropical house vibes, Groove Kitchen debuted with Auntie Flo and has slowly been gaining traction. We caught up with co-head honcho, Tom Laidler ahead of their […]
With Winter setting in as the nights grow longer and Summer seems like a distant memory, a good night out provides comfort like a mug of mulled wine from the Christmas Markets (beginning 14th November). And boy, there’s a lot of them. Festivals are over so night clubs are reigning supreme. Check out the best […]
Terror followed this with more noughties goodness – Lethal Bizzle “Pow!” to which the crowd raised gun fingers in salute (the ones who were capable of doing so at this late point anyway) and the shufflers were having the time of their lives judging by flying legs, feet and sweat. This sounds disgusting but in reality the atmosphere was electric.
Harley Edward Streton, A.K.A Flume has provided a sneak peak at what to expect from his upcoming album and it’s safe to say that I am an extremely excited fanboy right now. From the start there is a both a sense of familiarity and anticipation, the opening combination of sounds and vocals provide an eerie, […]
Well established in Sheffield, with feelers in Amsterdam and performances across the country, it’s time that Manchester welcomed Banana Hill – a night dedicated to the best in African and Latin American music, with all sorts of funky genres in between. Beginning in Sheffield when the Jack and Chris met at university, past guests include Auntie […]