Hope Works has a nationwide reputation for crafting killer lineups, and this is why.
DJ Stingray 313
The first show of the season after NYD and we are joining forces with No Bounds again to bring a lineup of epic proportions.
Led by Dj Stingray 313 ( who played a completely devastating ending set at No bounds 2017 ) we have gathered some of most adventurous selectors out there for this very special event. This show comes complete with a second room hosted by Intervention Ft Re:ni, Aurora, Erunchie and founder Ifeoluwa.
Not only this, but we have also brought you the wonderful Haitian-American Dj Sybil Jason to Sheffield and Hope Works for the first time ever...she is a real talent. Come and discover for yourself, don't take our word for it....though on the other hand....please do:)
So we have....
Dj Stingray 313
Intervention takeover Ft
Venue = Full Hope Works Warehouse + Room 2
Tickets - Resident Advisor
Artist Info Below....
Growing up listening to drum & bass, dubstep and garage, as a selector re:ni is drawn to off-kilter rhythms, playing an energetic blend of UK techno, breaks and electro. In the past year she has shared line ups with Objekt, Batu and Beneath, as well as guesting on NTS radio, Rinse and Electronic Explorations.
Originally hailing from the midlands, Eruchie is a Leeds based DJ, who co-runs ‘Paywall’ and has also thrown Parties in Leicester with other Local based collectives like Witch and Grade10. His eclectic taste is evident in his mixes, which varies from noise techno to Hardcore to Club RnB mashups. His most recent guestmix was for Ifeoluwa’s “404” NTS show: https://www.nts.live/shows/404/episodes/404-w-ifeoluwa-eruchie-9th-december-2017
404 w/ Ifeoluwa & Eruchie 09.12.17
Playing Club, Trap, RNB. Bristol-based DJ and Intervention founder Ifeoluwa drops by NTS Manchester for 2 hours.
London based DJ Aurora started off as a resident at ambient day party New Atlantis before founding her own night Spectral, bringing rising selectors to the Rye Wax basement who play weird and freaky music. She can also be found playing records on a bimonthly basis on Radar Radio in the nocturnal hours as well as having appeared on Beatrice Dillon’s NTS show and been part of the Tobago Tracks residency for Berlin Community Radio. Her DJ sets tend to be an amalgamation of silky ambient, experimental sonics, emotional house and oddball techno. She's also more recently started producing under the name Vampire Crab, making spacious, squeaky techno.
This Bristol selector has a love for UK club sounds – from Night Slugs to Timedance to Livity Sound. Yewande is also the founder of Intervention, which first established as a Facebook group for female-identified people to discuss and come together about dance music. Alongside it, she’s also started free DJ workshops at Stokes Croft in Bristol where people can learn to spin and get a chance to practice on equipment. She now has a regular show on NTS where she plays weird internet music and club bangers. Expect immense basslines and heavy sounds from this one.