Andy C Presents | Sat 8 Oct | Rainbow | £20
Darkcore progenitor and RAM Records man Andy C returns to the Rainbow for a three-hour DJ set alongside ‘Bricks Don’t Roll’ drum & bass head DJ Hazard, Dillinja, 1991 and Escape. From his beginnings programming breaks in Ant Miles’ converted garage studio, where he and Miles created seminal record ‘Valley of the Shadows (31 Seconds)’, to his status now as a pioneering force in electronic music and one of the greatest DJs in the world, the man known as the Executioner will be expertly executing one of his customarily explosive sets this Saturday. See our feature here.
25 Years of DJ Mag I: Jamie Jones + The Martinez Brothers | Sat 8 Oct | Rainbow | £25
Jamie Jones and the Martinez Brothers entertain at part one of DJ Mag’s extended quarter century birthday celebrations. Hot Creations label boss Jamie Jones has been credited with breathing new, melodic life into minimal techno, his 2011 remix of Azari and III’s ‘Hungry for the Power’ taking Ibiza and beyond by storm, and The Martinez Brothers have in recent years emerged onto the global house scene with a series of dance floor-ready remixes and original cuts, notably their take on Green Velvet’s ‘Bigger Than Prince’. Also performing are Chris Liebing, Alex Arnout, Clive Henry and more. See our feature here.
Bass Invaders | Sat 8 Oct | Club PST | From £5
Powered by Creative Hertz Sound System, Bass Invaders is a night celebrating the sounds of dancehall, dubstep and dub coordinated by the University of Birmingham’s DubSoc and hosted by Digbeth reggae venue Club PST. With a bass-heavy lineup consisting of Danny T and Tradesmen, Aries, Iman, Goosensei and more, Bass Invaders is chock-full of enough bottom-end worship to have bass-heads skanking all night long.
Tektu presents Special Guest | Thu 6 Oct | Rainbow | £6
After a sold out first party of the new semester, student house, garage and techno night Tektu welcomes a mystery special guest to the Rainbow Venues. All shall be revealed on the day, but what we know so far is that he has a residency on Rinse FM and regularly plays sets across the globe… Stay tuned for more, and get your tickets below before they sell out.
Oculus Launch | Fri 7 Oct | Tunnel Club | £6
The club formerly known as Subway City is the home of this new, intimate house and techno night, with sounds supplied by the best of Birmingham’s new and established DJ talent, such as Karrem, Nathan Forbes, Ryan Nicholls and Arran Wells.
Published on: Sun 4 Sep 2016