As usual we are back with our rundown of the best underground parties that are happening this week. From Scotland to Wales, Ireland to England we have scaled the listings and selected the 5 dance music events we think are a cut above the rest.
Pretty Pretty Good x B.L.O.O.M. at Hope Works, Sheffield
Pretty Pretty Good is starting to become a regular focus of our Club Watch series due to a continuous output of high-quality club nights. This week they join forces with the all-female collective, B.L.O.O.M. as they take over a former WWII gun factory.
Headlining the show is the Canadian born, infectiously energetic, Berlin-based artist Jayda G. Her limitless enthusiasm is enhanced by sets peppered with uplifting soul and disco.
Both collectives share a common goal. Uniting dedicated dancers with quality underground talent and as always they have delivered on the latter. Australian born, rising star Roza Terenzi joins SPE:C boss Darwin to complete the guest DJ slots with the PPG & B.L.O.O.M. residents completing the lineup.
Good Life Brighton: Summer Special at Patterns, Brighton
Outlandish themes, elaborate costumes and unique performers this is the ethos of the Good Life promotion team. It is rare that any two of their parties are ever the same. This weekend they will return to one of Brighton’s leading clubs, Patterns as they bring a carnival theme.
Swedish selector, Kornel Kovacs will put you in an altered state allowing a full body dancefloor meditation. His irresistible dance orientated, groovy sounds will play out through an extended set.
The Emergency room resident Dokter Zed will join Good Life residents in providing support, for a night of euphoria, escapism, and debauchery.
Lezure 47: Dr. Rubenstein at La Cheetah Club, Glasgow
Dr. Rebenstein has excelled in building a reputation as one of dance musics most straightforward purveyors of quality music. Since moving to Berlin in 2012 she has become a figurehead for pure and emotional DJ sets. Her uncompromising dance floor bombs are weaved together in a stimulating blend of hypnotic acid, 90s rave and pumping techno.
This weekend Dr. Rebenstein is the guest of the Scottish promotion team, Lezure 47. This week the playground is the city basement of Glasgow club, La Cheetah that boasts a powerful Funktion One Soundsystem. The intimate venue combined with a raucous Glaswegian crowd and Dr. Rebensteins floor to the floor beats will ensure nothing but unadulterated electronic bliss.
Stealth Saturdays: Krystal Klear at Stealth, Nottingham
A deep crate of records consisting of disco, house, and techno. An array of polished productions signed to labels such as Running Back, UTTU, MadTech. Irish born Krystal Klear is the latest arrival at Nottingham’s infamous venue, Stealth.
Now residing in New York, Krystal Klear to channel his sound through the venues impressive Funktion 1 sound system. Expect a demonstration in crate digging and genre-blending as he emphasizes his flexibility behind the decks. Joining him is the clubs long term resident D’Lex if your close by you’d be daft to miss this one.
28 years of the Orbit: Rebekah at Wire Club, Leeds
Look back 28 years ago, to a small capacity club in Ossett and you would have found the early rumblings of a brand that would change the face of techno across the country. ‘The Orbit’ as the brand is known has reenergized and reborn with the same ethos of years prior.
This week they celebrate 28 years at the infamous Wire Club. A 300 capacity venue powered by an unearthing Funktion One Soundsystem, providing the perfect backdrop to recreate memories past.
Headlining the bill is Birmingham born techno artist Rebekah, with releases on labels such as Naked Lunch, Smut Music, and Cult Figures, and sets filled with relentless techno, have lead to her become an established member of the scene. Support comes from The Orbit resident Gemma Furbank as she brings her sound of the tougher side of techno.
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