As Halloween approaches there’s a few spooky additions this fortnight, but plenty else for the fainthearted. Get snappin’ up those tickets!

a party called: Anz, Chunky & more | White Hotel | Fri 22 Oct | £10

This crew threw their first party at Soup on the last weekend before you know what, so it’s a relief to see them back again, this time at the iconic White Hotel. Tom Boogizm, Finn McCorry and Jungle Joe are also amongst the residents, making this a who’s who of selectors in Manchester. There won’t be a genre missed out by the end of the night.

White Hotel | Dickinson Street, Salford M3 7LW
Animal Crossing x You&Me | The Love Factory | Sat 30 Oct | £14

Summer of Love creators, Animal Crossing return to their new warehouse for a massive shindig with their frequent collaborators, You&Me. They invite Berlin-based The Ghost, famed for their mobile record store and deep house stalwart, Dyed Soundorum for a daytime session alongside their residents. There’s also a special guest to look forward to, who’ll be going b2b with You&Me don, Josh Baker.

The Love Factory, 220 Dantzic Street, M4 4NL
Hidden: Halloween | Hidden | Sat 30 Oct | £10

Strange Riddims and Meat Free residents, Miss Ridd and aalice join Hidden residents Anton and M-L-C for a night of spooks and surprises at the newly refurbed Hidden. After a blinding run of parties since freedom day, the club has gone from strength-to-strength and shows no signs of slowing.

Hidden, DownTex Mill, 16-18 Mary Street, M3 1DZ
Jamie XX Curates WHP | Depot Mayfield | Fri 12 Nov | £39.50

The elusive producer, Jamie XX heads up another world class line up of DJs across three rooms at Warehouse Project. This year he invites Honey Dijon, Josey Rebelle and rising star, OK Williams to Manchester as well as a live set from hit machines, Overmono. 

Mayfield Depot, Baring Street, M1 2PY
nite school w/ Skatebård | Stage & Radio | Fri 19 Nov | £11.25

After their killer event with Damiano von Erckert, NS invite Norwegian producer, Skatebård back to Manchester for a second outing in their favourite basement. Last time they hosted the prolific creator of futuristic electronica was back in 2019. We’re guessing that one was a good‘un too, given his track record of setting roofs on fire.

Stage & Radio, 43 Port Street, M1 2EQ
Fri 22 Oct - Fri 19 Nov
Leo Burrell
Published on:
Tue 12 Oct 2021