South coast underground playground Patterns has just delivered its Autumn/Winter program. True to form, the Brighton hotspot plays to its strengths by inviting back firm favourites.
Up first is a special night curated by Venezuelan export Mr. Bongo. With latin flair and plenty of percussive beats, you can catch the virtuoso performing alongside Alexander Nut, Nu Guinea and Discojuice for an eclectic night of mash-up and soundclash.
Another date that catches our eye is the all night long Date Night, with Aussie lo-fi house pioneer DJ Boring. Whether you’re single, in a relationship or other, you can settled down for a night of romantic house cuts with one of the industry’s most exuberant personalities on Friday 26th October.
The night after, purveyors of gay disco, Horse Meat Disco return for a Halloween haunting. Halloween always captures the imagination of B-Town, and with this being the penultimate date in their quarterly residency, we can’t think of any good reason to pass up an opportunity to catch Severino, Luke Howard, Jim Stanton and James Hillard play up together. Expect two rooms of music, decor, and what’s set to be the best Disco-tastic Halloween throw down on Saturday 27th October.
Then on Saturday 1st December, Bristolian selector Shanti Celeste makes one final pitstop with the last installment of her 2018 Peaches residency. She’s pulled out all of the stops for the goodbye date, as Detroit’s electro turntable wizard DJ Stingray joins her as her guest.
The above is only a snapshot of what Patterns has in store over the next few months. Throughout November they feature appearances from hometown hero Leon Vynehall alongside Pearson Sound, bass peddlers My Nu Leng and dub master Joy Orbison playing B2B with Jon K for an all-nighter.
Continuing to fly the flag as a bastion of underground music, make sure you get down to Patterns this fall.
Tickets for all events are on sale now.