Sound Control – Fundamental
On Saturday night, Sound Control plays host to Fundamental, “born out of one common purpose: to bring the techno we all know and love to Manchester. No egos, no rules, no gimmicks – just thumping bass for your fist-pumping pleasure.”
As a regular at Cocoon, Fabric, Berghain and Tresor, Cari Lekebusch will be a welcomed act at Sound Control this Easter for an intimate night of deepest, darkest, fundamental techno alongside Kerrie, Lucy Ironmonger, Hew, and Moriarty, along with Manchester’s very own Gemma Furbank.
Warehouse Project – Kaluki
For their third night over the Easter Weekend, the Warehouse Project have brought together an awesome array of rave favourites to have rooms 2 and 3 bouncing. With Maya Jane Coles, Eats Everything and Subb-An leading the charge for this sell-out event you know Saturday will be huge. Supported by WHP “super-resident” Krysko (our title for Krysko, a legend in his own rights), Horatio, Pirate Copy, Pete Zorba, B_Deep, AJ Christou and Flux Groove the music will be top notch.
As one of the coolest venues around, Victoria Warehouse should provide an awesome atmosphere in the converted warehouse building, with very reasonable drinks prices.
Venus – Bitch with Kryder and Will Gold
As one of the most popular house nights in Manchester, Bitch returns for it’s Easter special with DMM favourite, the Manchester DJ turned global superstar, Kryder. Donning his infamous visor sunglasses, Kryder will be tearing the main room apart with some epic big-room house music. Alongside Will Gold and the awesome Bitch residents, Saturday night at the Blackfriar Road venue will be one to remember.
A night to wear your favourite dress but then rave until 6am (officially) alongside one of the friendliest, bounciest, welcoming crowds in the Manchester club scene. Keep an eye out for B3AST, a big-room act that we predict huge things for in the near future. With reasonably priced drinks, great bar staff and a cracking venue, we believe this is the place to be on Saturday in the city centre.