Five Most Exciting Events This Autumn...

Over the past few years, dance music has boomed… Club events are more prevalent than ever, and the choice of where to go is getting harder and harder. 
We’ve scoured through our events to bring you a selection of our favourites.

1: Switch presents Icicle 3 Deck Special (1 Primrose Street, 3rd October)
1 Primrose St has been building up a pretty decent reputation over the past few months, with some quality underground nights from drum & bass, garage, trip-hop, even hosting the Teacha – KRS-One for a special one-off show. It’s been a pretty good start for the Ancoat’s ex-abattoir venue. 
Now they’ve released the first two events of the winter season, with some pretty phenomenal looking bookings…
This Saturday Switch make their Manchester debut, bringing Shogun Audio’s Icicle with them. If you haven’t heard of Icicle yet, where have you been?! After a huge success with his album ‘Entropy’, Icicle has been bouncing all over the world with his live album showcase, taking Manchester MC Skittles along for the ride, performing their track ‘Problem’. Outlook Festival 2015 was the final live show for ‘Entropy’, now its back to the sets that we originally fell for, it’s a 3 deck special! There’s a lot of talk in our office about this event, and at just £8 a ticket, it doesn’t break the bank.
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2: REMEDY Halloween Presents: Nightmares in Neverland (Beaverworks Leeds, 24th October)
REMEDY have been around on the hard dance circuit for a while now, never failing to exceed expectations with their nights, billing their nights with the following quote:
“REMEDY attempts to expand the boundaries of what you can expect from a night out in every way.”
Some big claims there, but with their loyal fanbase I don’t doubt that they can fulfil it. 
This month’s line-up is filled with live production sets, AV sets, psytrance, drum n bass, a chill out room; the works. 
For more information, check out the line-up here:

3: We Are TECHNO WHSE (Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, London, 28th November)
We Are WHSE is the brainchild of the We Are FSTVL team, expanding into the autumn season after two massively successful summer festivals.
Our pick of the whole season is their techno offering, featuring a live set from Gaiser, Geddes, Gregor Tresher, Ida Engberg, and then a filled house room with Alexis Raphael, Ben Pearce, Krankbrother and Maxxi Soundsystem all featuring.
If you’re about in the London boroughs this autumn, head over to the Great Suffolk Street Warehouse to check out what it’s all about. 
Tickets available here:

4: The Asylum in Newsham Park (Newsham Park Hospital, Liverpool, 31st October)
Freeze & Cream have invited techno legends Cocoon for a double helping this Halloween. One ticket gets you into two events, a day party in an old insane asylum, and then over to Nation for the after party into the small hours. 
We find it hard to criticise a Cocoon line-up, they always manage to be totally on point and this event is no different; the daddy – Sven Vath, playing an extended set, and featuring minimal tech aficionado Popof, and Brouqade label box Dana Ruh. Then it’s over to Nation for electronic music legends Booka Shade. If you haven’t seen these guys before, then that’s reason enough alone to buy a ticket. 
Sven Vath and Booka Shade on one ticket is a thing of beauty.

5: Goodgreef 15th Birthday (Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, 10th October)
15 years of being at the forefront of hard dance, Goodgreef are celebrating in style, bringing legends Eddie Halliwell and Lisa Lashes back to Manchester, splitting Victoria Warehouse into arenas; Goodgreef and Goodgreef Xtra Hard. 
Eddie Halliwell, Giuseppe Ottaviani, and Bryan Kearney feature in the Goodgreef arena, with the first lady of hard house, Lisa Lashes, coming out of retirement for a one off exclusive classics set in the Xtra Hard arena, which features the kings of hard dance – Zany, Kutski, Mark EG, Organ Donors, Rob Tissera, and Dark By Design. 
Not enough? Tickets are available which include an after party in the Victoria Warehouse Hotel, featuring Adam Ellis, Andy Whitby and Argy.
That’s how you celebrate a birthday…

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