Here’s our pick of the best club nights happening soon, announced recently and that you might have missed. Cop those tickets asap!

L.A. Bang! Launch Party | LENO EX MACHINA | Thurs 12 Oct | Free

Ramona’s new haunt, Diecast is quickly establishing itself as one of best dinner/party spots in the city, having opened back in July. They launch their new weekly Thursday night shindig, L.A. Bang which pairs extravagant live performances shaped on the city of angels’ infamous party scene with banging tunes, think hip hop, funk, afrobeat and soulful house. What’s more, there’s a free frozen daiquiri included in the free ticket. Just go to the link below and book yourself a table before they all get snapped up!

51 Ducie St, Manchester M1 2JQ
Luke Una, Maurice Fulton, Ruf Dug | Hidden | Sat 14 Oct | £19.76

Manchester’s veteran selector Luke Una celebrates the second volume of his É Soul Cultura compilation down at his regular Homoelectric haunt, inviting some of the finest disco and house DJs around. First up is legendary producer, Maurice Fulton, known for his weird and wacky but straight-up disco/house slammers. They’re joined by A Love From Outer Space’s Sean Johnston and Ruf Dug, which makes for a suitably chuggy affair all round.

17 DownTex Mill, Mary Street, M3 1DZ
Éist: Aletha, Tia Cousins | Stage and Radio | Fri 27 Oct | £5

Blackpool and Manchester promoters, Éist return to Stage and Radio, this time inviting two exciting selectors in the shape of 0161’s very own Aletha, who brings an eclectic mix of all things acidic, and Tia Cousins, a London based DJ with a penchant for wonky sounds from every corner of house music. Éist resident, Finn Doc supports.

43 Port St, Manchester M1 2EQ
Worried About Henry x Crucast x Garage People | Mayfield Depot | Fri 10 Nov | £39.50

This November sees three promoters take over Warehouse Project for a night of drum’n’bass, garage and 140. Headlining are none other than the inimitable Andy C and Sub Focus, while  Skepsis and P Money bring the energy on the concourse, topping a bill of Crucast staples including Darkzy, Serum and Flava D. Garage People take over the Archive, with 3 special b2bs and host of UKG’s finest running ’til 4am. 

Depot Mayfield, Baring Street, Manchester M1 2PY
Joy Orbison | Soup | Fri 24 Nov | £15

London’s ever-present Joy Orbison has been top of the UK game for over 10 years now, something that became all the more apparent when he put out a bunch of unreleased demos from 2009/10 a few weeks back. Why they never saw the light of day we’ll never understand, they slap just as hard as Hyph Mngo. He hits Soup for a headline set, joined by some of Manchester’s finest, Scapa, Tamus and Zuri.

31-33 Spear Street M1 1DF
Leo Burrell
Published on:
Wed 11 Oct 2023