Stepping over the Pennines for the first time, PRISM will grace Salford rather than Sheffield for a night in the SWAYS bunker. Teaming up with those tireless curators at the Lionel Dobie Project, Sheffield’s leading contemporary arts event offer up the best in Manchester music, art and ping pong. The rapidly rising and contradictory titled Female Band headline, with support from local noise handlers Mistoa Poltsa (playing their second gig of the evening – see here for the other), as well as a showcase from cassette shillers Sacred Tapes including Yes Blythe and AHRKH & Dru$$. Ping Pong Club will be bringing their table down for some recreation, and their resident DJs will be hitting the decks to keep the evening going. Artists will be announced every day at until the event date. All round entertainment in one of the more interesting venues of the city – and hopefully a sign of more to come from Sheffield’s finest.

Fri 20 Sep, SWAYS Bunker, Dickinson Street, M3 7LW, 9pm, £2,

Fri 20 Sep
John Stansfield
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Thu 19 Sep 2013