Pretty Pretty Good announce huge third event at Southbank Warehouse
House and techno promoters Pretty Pretty Good are keeping the ball rolling on their Autumn season, announcing their third event at new club Southbank Warehouse. You can read more about the venue in our recent feature here.
This announcement follows another killer night at Hope Works last Saturday with Virginia, Objekt, Joe and rRoxymore. DJ Sprinkles a.k.a. Terre Thaemlitz topped the bill following an insightful lecture on his ‘Naisho-Wave Manifesto’ (‘Secrecy-Wave Maifesto’) at the University of Sheffield.
Hot off the back of his 5th Boiler Room b2b with Jus’ Ed in Berlin, house heavyweight Move D returns to Sheffield for the first time since 2015 to headline a massive line-up featuring over six artists. Joining the German maestro is pillar of the NYC techno scene Anthony Parasole, who in recent years has become something of a Berghain stalwart. He’ll be closing out room 1 with a three-hour set. Parasole’s first EP on Joseph Capriati’s label Redimension is due out on November 4th. Warm up in room 1 sees Saul’s Sessions Adam the Steve go b2b with Dan J.
Sheffield’s favourite global underground club night and label Banana Hill are back to host room 2, with resident Cervo inviting Ninja Tune’s O’Flynn and Phonox resident HAAi to complete their lineup. PPG favourite Mor Elian completes the bill in room 3 alongside residents Yak b2b Smorsli and Alief b2b Triple Point.
First release tickets have already sold out, 2nd release are available from £11 from Resident Advisor here.