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Sankeys Announce Spring line-ups


sankeysmcr.jpg Sankeys Manchester is back in full swing after a small hiatus last year, and is once again the city’s most essential destination for underground music fans. Getting back to the hey day of sweaty basement parties and intimate gatherings that focus on atmosphere and ambiance more thananything else, Sankeys has been a leading underground club in England rightback to the 90s.  What’s more it’s only for a limited time this spring, Sankeys will again close from June until the end of September when the team head out to the Ibiza sister club. Out there during summer the focus will be on some amazing and weekly Tribal Sessions line-ups that are already looking like they will be the talk of the 2014 season.

Throughout March and April there’s lots on offer, with Fuse taking over on March 1st with Enzo Siragusa, Seb Zito and more, Tribal Sessions on March 7th with The Martinez Brothers, Darius Syrossian, Jozef K and more, then a special four hour set from Art Department on March 8th.

Local label Music is Love take over on March 14th with New York’s Levon Vincent, Detroit’s Moodymann and Delano Smith and Wbeeza, New Jack City and label boss Oli Furness all in tow. March 15th is Micron with Cassy, Matt Tolfrey, Shaun Reeves and more, and Belgium brothers 2ManyDJs take over on March 21st with Riton and Justin Robertson also lining-up. Drop The Mustard then have Duke Dumont, Maribou State and more on March 28th before the month ends with Tania Vulcano from Circo Loco headlining for MVSON on March 29th. 

As for April, Tribal Sessions starts the month with Darius Syrossian, KINK Live and more on April 4th, then Berghain big man Marcel Dettmann and Francis Inferno Orchestra play April 11th, before Anime Edge & DANCE’s Cuff label headline on 12th, Soul Clap and Wolf & Lamb come over from New York with No Regular play, Slow Hands, Tanner Ross, Nick Monaco, Navid Izadi live and Pillow Talk on 17th, then it’s a special Hacienda party on the 18th with legends Graeme Park, Greg Wilson, Mike Pickering Justin Robertson and more. Steve Lawler (for four hours!) and Detlef offer a VIVA showcase on April 21st and then hot French trio Apollonia all play on April 26th.

For tickets for any of these events head to here


Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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