Leeds duo Night Giants will make their Manchester debut, as Mancunian electronic label Sprechen bring them to YES.
Night Giants return with their new release Bleak House on 10 October, making their Manchester appearance the next night. Their performance at YES seems them joined by Homoelectric’s Gina Breeze, Justin Unabomber and Indigo Jung.
Night Giants (Tim Sutcliffe and Benj Aitch) describe their live/AV show as an explosion of “acid bass lines, synths and big beats, with strobes and visuals that take you to distant planets, deep space before returning back home to trip out on planet earth”.
They come to Manchester off the back of their highly acclaimed Hold On Tight EP which included remixes from the likes of Mike Simonetti.
Sprechen is set to take over Hatch on Oxford Road with two pre-parties, featuring Le Visiteur and Marco Giannini at Electrik Box from 5pm until 10.30pm. Both parties are free entry.
Label owner, Chris Massey, said: “2019 has been a great year for the label, with debuts from Night Giants, Gina Breeze, Jon Dasilva and Justin Unabomber to name but a few, with the latest from the Leeds duo being our 31st release to date.
“The label will grow from strength to strength in 2020 with a slue of releases and collaborations scheduled including a special collaboration between myself and A Certain Ratio.”
Sprechen presents Justin Unabomber, Gina Breeze, Night Giants and Indigo Jung at YES on Friday 11 October from 11pm-4am.