Top Nightlife Picks: November
November’s a huge month for Sheffield’s underground club nights – check out our top picks for the month!
Front & Back: Mall Grab, Optimo, Orpheu the Wizard
The Night Kitchen // Friday 3rd November // £18
Front and Back present aussie poster-boy Mall Grab, Glasgow Sub-Club legends Optimo and Amsterdam’s Red Light Radio whiz kid Orpheu The Wizard at their second warehouse outing. With Baba Stiltz booked in at Hope Works Little Mesters at the end of the month, and another cracking Harley party with Hidden Spheres under their belts, the F&B crew really are hitting their stride!
Foundry // Tuesday 7th November // £6
TTC celebrate completing their A-levels and ‘Wile Out’ with one of the most influential producers of the last 20 years. The ‘138 Trek’ legend will be doing a three-hour set covering all the bases of the UK rave scene. Check out our recent interview with the man himself here!
Saul’s Sessions: Alexander Nut b2b Dego (All night long)
The Harley // Friday 10th November // £5/7
After their sensational booking of disco king Sadar Bahar in June, Saul is back – this time with Eglo Records don Alex Nut. The diverse selector will be playing b2b all night long with 4hero breakbeat-boss Dego, whose disco tunes with the 2000 Black Family are fast becoming modern classics.
Midland, Honey Dijon, Shanti Celeste, Josey Rebelle & more
Hope Works // Friday 17th November // £20
Hope Works continue their season of quality bookings following the inaugural edition of No Bounds festival featuring Jeff Mills with a huge bill of UK house and techno talent. Talented American selector Honey Dijon is joined by 3 of British tastemakers all hugely in demand. Check out Shanti Celeste’s cracking Boiler Room from this year’s Dekmantel Festival below.
Pretty Pretty Good: Move D, Anthony Parasole, O’Flynn, HAAi & more
Southbank Warehouse // Friday 24th November // £11/17
PPG set the bar high once again, bringing six headliners to new warehouse space Southbank, among them German house and disco powerhouse Move D, and techno heavyweight Anthony Parasole. Banana Hill’s Cervo hosts O’Flynn and HAAi in room 2, while Mor Elian streches her legs with an extended set in room 3.
Displace: Dillinja, Randall, Serum b2b Bladerunner and more
Hope Works // Friday 24th November // £14/17.50
Sheffield’s drum’n’bass front-runners Displace bring one of their biggest line-ups to date to their city, featuring the prolific Dillinja, who has released over 500 tracks since 1991. With jungle legend DJ Randall also on the ones and twos, and a rare b2b from Serum and Bladerunner, this one is unmissable.