Fri 2 Sep | Zutekh presents Pearson Sound | Soup Kitchen
Cutting-edge underground techno from the Hessle Audio producer and DJ.
Tickets: £8, £10, £12.50,

Sat 3 Sep | Beat The Border | First Chop Brewing Arm
Reform Radio raises money for refugee charities in Manchester and beyond with this day of the station’s DJs, an art auction, loads of prizes in a raffle plus a live show by Kate Bevan, author of I am [a Human Being], a work dedicated to humanising people forced to leave their homes. Vibes provided in a range of styles from Oh Bacchanal, Dub Smugglers, Better Days, Inside Out, Beat Boutique, Ms Puerto Rico and many more from 1pm ‘til 1am.
Tickets: £5, £8, £10,

Sat 3 Sep | Golden Egg’s 5th Birthday | Fallow Cafe
Community-orientated hip-hop night Golden Egg champions local talent like no one else. It couldn’t really do any better than booking two lots of local heroes: new cats Cul De Sac, blazing themselves a trail following excellent single Know We Now, and seasoned heads The Natural Curriculum previewing their debut album. Be there for the magical midnight cypher!
Tickets: £3, on the door

Sat 3 Sep | Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth After Party | The Whiskey Jar Basement
Following the Nineties hip-hop heads’ live show at Mantra Warehouse, DJs from More Bounce and friends will be carrying on the golden era flex until the early hours in the Northern Quarter.
Tickets: £TBD, on the door

Sat 3 Sep – Wax @ Soup Kitchen
An all-vinyl celebration of funk, soul and boogie from, amongst others, one half of the You Dig? crew, Simon Ham.
Tickets: £3 adv,

Fri 2 Sep - Sat 3 Sep
Agent J
Published on:
Thu 1 Sep 2016