Bristol collective/label Livity Sound bring their live set to the Soup Kitchen basement for their Manchester debut this Friday. Comprising of the prodigious individual talents of Asusu, Kowton and Punch Drunk label boss Peverelist, Livity Sound’s bass-heavy and rugged discography has been a highlight of the past couple of years. Driven by a soundsystem culture, Livity’s low end experiments will be supported on the night by rising Mancunian producer Acre, recently signed to seminal Bristolian label Tectonic. Listen to Livity Sound live in the Boiler Room here.

Fri 14 Jun, Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, M1 1DF, Tel: 0161 236 5100, 11pm – 3am (last entry midnight), £5 adv,

Fri 14 Jun
Joshua Gordon
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Tue 14 May 2013