May Nightlife: Top Picks

It’s summer! Well…it might as well be. What better way to celebrate the hot weather and ignore the forthcoming extinction of mankind through climate change by gettin’ your freak on at the best clubnights in town, according to us. See you in heaven.

PPG x Alternate Cuts: Tama Sumo (Broken Beat Set) Yellow Arch Studios
Resident Advisor have chosen Pretty Pretty Good as one of their next 3 UK clubnights to deserve a documentary on how good their parties are. What’s more, they get to choose one of their favourite DJs to do an ‘Alternate Cuts’ set, in this case Tama Sumo shows off her breakbeat collection and schools everyone on how the breakbeat was not invented in 2018. 

DJ Boring The Night Kitchen

Tekkers 2nd Birthday bash – Rusko x Rossi B & Luca x Stenchaman The Night Kitchen
Tekkers welcome some of the biggest dubstep and bassline DJs in the world to the Night Kitchen for a night of womps and wubs to celebrate their 2nd birthday. 

PPG 4 Years: DMX Krew (Live), Kerrie, Gigi FM Hope Works

NLR: Folamour, Leroy, Wow & Flutter TBA
Nice Like Rice bring the bucket-hat wearing frenchman to Sheffield for a night of euphoric disco and house. Support comes from resident Leroy and local duo Wow & Flutter. Folamour’s album “Umami” made waves back in 2017, with his follow up “Ordinary Drugs” stepping things up a notch in experimentalism. His recent all night long set at Phonox should leave him well placed for this extended set. Displace: D&BBQ The Night Kitchen
Sheffield’s flagship drum ’n’ bass night Displace bring forth the unholy trio of grilled food, sound-system culture and jungle into 3 rooms at the Night Kitchen, unveiling their brand new handbuilt Raze sound-system, specifically built for taking the roof of venues. Expect the best residents of Sheffield shelling out liquid, jungle and tech-y business all afternoon, evening and night.

Muzik Closing Party with Hot Since 82 & Love to be Code
Yellow Arch Future Jazz Festival Yellow Arch Studios

This new festival takes place on bank holiday Sunday from 3pm, with some of the most exciting new jazz bands in the UK bringing their eclectic and forward thinking sounds to Yellow Arch. Do not miss headliners Noya Rao and Allyssha Joy of Rhythm Section International’s 30/70. Not to mention street food and DJs til late!

TTC: Crazy P (Live), Dan J, Leroy Foundry

Celebrating the return of their new album ‘Age of the Ego’, Crazy P bring their full band Live tour to the Tuesday Club for a night disco, house and a straight up party. Support comes from Hunie and Nice Like Rice residents Dan J and Leroy. 

Annual Rave Hope Works
This annual rave is becoming a thing of tradition, with Hope Works charging near enough nowt for a two room rave up. This year £1 of every ticket goes to Sheffield’s MIND charity, and they welcome charity clubnight Common Ground to Mesters for a residents takeover. 

Fortythree: Gnork & Anu TBA
Fortythree bring two very exciting DJs in the shape of NTS resident Anu and Budapest’s Gnork to an ‘undisclosed basement space in the city centre’ following the shock closure of the Harley. Expect everything from techno to electro and the eclectic sounds of Anu.

Culture Clash Mungo’s Hi Fi & Mehmet Aslan Yellow Arch Studios
La Rumba x Fortythree: Bellaire TBA

Green Velvet Tank

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