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March Nightlife: Top Picks

From Sheffield cult heroes to 90s legends, Sheffield’s nightlife scene is buzzing more than ever this March. Check out our top picks for the month and don’t forget to head online for our full listings.

Muzik: Eats Everything Code Warehouse
Muzik celebrate part 1 of their last ever parties with a favourite of theirs, the mighty Eats Everything. Who better to bring a club-night to a close than the Bristolian king of the drop? Get down to Code Warehouse for one more (or two) rounds of Muzikal chairs before it’s all over. Support comes from Muzik residents L&F Projekt as well as new Sheffield talent Tommy Farrow.

Dusky, Paul Woolford, Brame & Hamo, Lo Shea Hope Works
TTC: Wilkinson Foundry
Common Ground 1st Birthday Theatre Deli
This charity and community based club-night celebrate a year of hi-fi, eclectic parties. Their unique no set-times and no lineups policy is all about raising awareness through inclusive sounds for the Last Night a DJ Saved My Life foundation – taking the emphasis off the DJs and putting it back on the music. THURSDAY 7TH
La Rumba: Bellaire The Harley
La Rumba welcome internet sensation Bellaire, whose track ‘Paris City Jazz’ has racked up nearly 4 million hits on Youtube. The Frenchman is just 19 and is selling out venues in Paris, London and across Europe with his energetic french house sound while churning out releases on Houseum and AOC records.

PPG: Hunee, Juju & Jordash (live), Kiara Scuro, Yak  Hope Works

Objekt, Skee Mask, Josey Rebelle, rRoxymore, 96 Back, Tasha, Rian T Hope Works
Two of the most well received albums of last year in the house and techno scenes were Objekt and Skee Mask’s. It seems Hope Works have a knack for timing their massive lineups to perfection. With Josey Rebelle’s debut Essential Mix just out, the anticipation for this party couldn’t be higher. It’ll be exciting to see what new HW residents rRoxymore, Rian Treanor and 96 Back bring to the table too.

Mizik Nou: Wolf Mueller TBA

Hunie: Maurice Fulton, Luke Unabomber Southbank Warehouse
Southbank’s resident disco and house club-night Hunie bring Sheffield based cult hero Maurice Fulton a.k.a. Cyclops/Boof to Attercliffe for a night of oddball disco and acid-y house cuts. Famed for his production duties on ‘Gypsy Woman’ and a Berghain/Panorama Bar resident, Fulton has worked with many Sheffield singers like Cathy Diamond, Roisin Murphy and Mim Suleiman so this is sure to be a steel city affair.

Sweats: Artwork The Harley
Sinai Session #2: Channel One Soundsystem meets Sinai Sound Hope Works

Leftfield(dj), Lo Shea, Chris Duckenfield, WheresNorth?, Ifeoluwa Hope Works
This rescheduled show sees 90s cult heroes Leftfield hit Sheffield for a DJ set alongside our recent Mixposed stars WheresNorth?. Fans of the the band should be sure to catch this once in a blue moon event, especially after the buzz around Leftfield’s Leftism album was rekindled in 2017 with a 22nd anniversary live tour and remix album featuring Peverelist, Ben Sims and Skream and many more.
YA Culture Clash // Zion Train + KOG & The Zongo Brigade 
Yellow Arch Studios

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