Best DJ & Club Nights Brighton October 2016
Dance in the autumn at the best nights in town with our guide to the best Brighton DJ and Club Nights Brighton October 2016, handpicked for you by the lovely folks at Vanishing Point!
Following their sell-out inaugural party with Sasha, Extended returns with Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard taking to the decks for an extended set.
Whether its through his production work as part of Hot Chip, The 2 Bears, his solo projects, or his DJ sets, Joe Goddard’s eclectic music tastes stand out, blurring the lines of house, disco and indie. Whilst his club classic ‘Gabriel’ has filled dance floors up and down the country.
Support comes from Gareth Evans and From Beyond, whilst the studio will be hosted by Trickstar Radio.
The first lady of bass music puts all of ‘that’ controversy behind her for a rare chance to catch her in more intimate surroundings.
Hannah Wants, notorious for her hard-hitting and unique live sets, is a self taught DJ from Birmingham. Over the past few years a new, harder genre of house music has quickly risen to the forefront of the scene, and with her unmistakable bass heavy drops and house music tempo, Hannah’s live sets have secured her as bass music’s leading lady.
Sat 8th: Jacques Renault, MONO
Brighton’s newest venue continues its impressive bookings with Jacques Renault making his Brighton debut, playing for three hours.
Brooklyn-based DJ and Producer Jacques Renault fuses house, disco and techno into sets that has seen him tour the globe, as well as play at his own moving party (and imprint), the Let’s Play House night in NYC with good friend Nik Mercer.
With his remixes, edits, original tracks, and collaborative project Runaway, Jacques Renault has released music on internationally acclaimed New York labels DFA, Chinatown, RVNG INTL, Throne of Blood, Italians Do It Better, Editions Disco, and Wurst.
Joining Jacques Renault is Métron Musik resident, Patmann.
11pm, Free before midnight / £5 after
Fri 14th: AKA with Kornél Kovács, Patterns
Akaakaroar returns as AKA – with a new look and a simple concept to bring the best local DJs in support of artists they are particularly feeling at the moment.
For the first AKA, Studio Barnus’s Kornél Kovács takes to the decks, fresh from the release of his acclaimed debut album, The Bells. As someone who never takes himself too seriously and with a knack of selecting tracks that light up the dance-floor, this is not to be missed.
Support comes from Markings & Seb Harris and Nosebone.
Sat 15th: Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Patterns
Craig Charles, the King of Funk is back for a huge night overflowing with groove-ridden-beats, rare-disco-treats and soul-jam-shakers for all those dance-floor funksters!
Joining Craig Charles is Mr Thing – formerly of the UK’s formidable Hip Hop DJ collective Scratch Perverts. Now flying solo, he rocks parties across the globe seamlessly melting electro, hip hop, funk and more into club bangers. He was awarded the title of DMC UK Champion in 2000 and has performed and toured alongside Jazzy Jeff, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, KRS One and Jehst.
Support comes from long-time performer for the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Brighton resident Ewan Hoozami along with Sir Funk and Brighton FM’s J-Felix.
Fri 21st: Innaspace 1st Birthday, MONO
Innaspace celebrates its 1st birthday at its new home of MONO.
Since October 2015, Innaspace has been combining soulful underground dance music, visual art and dark, smoky dance-floor environments to create a clubbing experience which is as immersive and absorbing as possible.
Innaspace’s sixth night celebrates one year lost in the dance, with their residents, alongside special guest headliner Mehtola (Rhythm Junction/Unconditional Music), taking to the compact, Funktion One-equipped MONO all the way through until 6am.
11pm, Free before midnight / £2 after
Sat 22nd: Roman Flügel, Patterns
Another quality booking from Patterns in the form of one of the biggest names in German electronic music scene, Roman Flügel.
20 years in the game and still going strong, Roman Flügel is the founder and resident DJ at one of the most respected underground club nights in Germany, Frankfurt’s Live at Robert Johnson, that has nurtured many respected artists, including Gerd Janson, Ricardo Villalobos, and Luciano.
Roman Flügel has gone on to make his mark with labels like Dial and Cocoon, starting his own imprints Ongaky and Playhouse, as well as coining a knack for genre bending sets and impeccable track selection through ambient, IDM, House, Techno and yonder.
Support comes from Charles Green (First Floor Sound), Mr Bongo, J-Felix (Tru Thoughts) and DJ Faro.
11pm, £8 / £10
Having traversed singular variations of his sound under both Call Super and Ondo Fudd, the Berlin based Joe Seaton has developed a reputation for impeccable attention to detail, from his striking full length ‘Suzi Ecto‘ on Houndstooth, to his releases through Dekmantel, Nouse Disques and Throne Of Blood.
The same care runs unmistakably through his DJ sets, all of which express the perfect amalgam of adventurous selections and dancefloor sensibility, always with a sense of hazy nostalgia. His aptitude for production and shaping hypnotic sets have led him to play across continents at all the leading spots, also landing him a monthly show on BCR, and impressive mixes for the likes of Boiler Room, XLR8R, Rinse and FACT, as well as his stand out Dekmantel podcast.
Local imprint Unconditional Music provide support from Mehtola, Donga and Moniker, with J-Felix (Tru Thoughts) upstairs.