UNiiQU3, Breaka, Coco Bryce & more descend on the capital this week.
The queen of Jersey club stops by Sneaky's for a workout with Headset. Unmissable from one of the most exciting US DJs around right now serving up the hottest jersey and footwork sounds. Support from the Bristol bound Skillis and quarterpoundernocheese (Volens Chorus). Our pick of the week straight up!
Ever present fixture Midnight Bass brings Amoss (Flexout Audio/ Dispatch Recordings) to Cowgate this Tuesday bolstered by local hitters DJ Void, 170 Lex, Harry Jackson, & Deeplee. MindtheGap takeover room 2 highlighting some of Edinburgh's female, non-binary & LGBTQ+ talent.
Breaka and Bakey lock horns for the next Shelflife party. Two of the toughest sounding producers in UKG and breaks at the moment with releases on Time Is Now and Offbeat, as well as a stacked collection of self releases. Expect a bass heavy frenzy with support from Siskin and Digging the Underground.
Expect venomous electro & ghetto tech as we return to Sneaky's to bring you YTP (childsplay, International Chrome, Urban). Hailing from the electro vibrant Dundee/ Tayport area, YTP is set to rattle in true SweatBox style alongside Ten Pence Criminal (Das Booty Records) and OISÍN.
A true stalwart in UK jungle and breaks, Coco Bryce lands to Bongo with Overground for one of the most anticipated bookings of recent months. Set to rattle for sure with support from Wrisk, Sosi, and Heybreau.
Superstar Fishbar celebrate turning one with selections from Spanish born, Glasgow-based dimensional house producer Dan Be. Support from Edinburgh breaks master SMIFF and the Superstar ressies!
Hot Mess returns for its March edition. Friendly, hot & kinda wild spinning all things electro, techno, electropop, disco, & more. The most forward thinking queer party on the Cowgate!
Hand-made return to Sneaky's with Brazilian Bárbara Boeing. A dynamic selector and crate-digger, Bárbara is a regular fixture at Toy Tonic events as well as laying down her sound at festivals like Dekmantel and Nuits Sonores in the last number of years. Expect a journey in sound through true club music with a helping dose from the Hand-made duo.
One of the finest exports from the Belfast club scene, Jordan Nocturne takes the reins at Mash House for a 3 hour set. Having released on esteemed labels like Phantasy, Huntleys & Palmers, and his own imprint Nocturne, Jordan is a master in groove-laden house and breaks tracks that take nods from classic disco and italo. An artist with his own definitive sound. He is supported by Frankie Elyse, Jacuzzi General, and more.
For a more earthy and humbling sound, look no further than the Messenger Soundsystem. A Bongo mainstay providing an original roots experience on one of the original Scottish sound systems.
The robust Nightlark takes on Postal armed with a distinct collection. Having worked with acts like Hudson Mohawke, James Blake, and Jamie XX, as well as supporting for the likes of Lee Scratch Perry and Public Enemy, this is another attractive pull on Postal Sundays.