Leeds’ Wire Club announces My Nu Leng, Danielle, Batu and Pangaea as it launches A/W programming

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Leeds club Wire has shared the beginning of its programming for the final portion of 2023.

Throughout the final week of September, parties will be running every night – with sounds of techno, disco, garage, dubstep, bass, electro and drum ‘n’ bass all on offer for dancers in the city.

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Between September and December, names announced include My Nu Leng, Batu, Soul Mass Transit System, Giselle Guedes, Stones Taro, Introspekt, Jay Carder, Club Fitness and Pangaea.

Of particular note is a party – with its date and artists TBA – comprising of a charity night where all attendees are required to bring an item for local food banks to gain entry.

“While we are still working closely with some of the most dedicated promoters in the city (our pals Overflow are into their 11th year now, meanwhile Central Beatz are celebrating 20 years in the scene this year!), we are also welcoming some new names to Leeds this season,” Wire’s General Manager Josh Powell tells Mixmag. “Out The Box are branching out from London and Bristol to celebrate 10 years of My Nu Leng in October and DR3 are coming over the Pennines from Manchester in November.

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“Beyond this we are so excited about the new generation of promoters coming out of our city at the moment. We have some brilliant crews running a broad range of events now (Function, Bump, Foreplay and Rogue Puppet to name just a few doing events at Wire) and it feels like the city is on the rise! For me the Triptych parties run by Bakey & Mage are at the forefront of the forward thinking scene which has kept me in the city for the past decade. Last year they brought some really unique talent to play in our basement and this continues at the end of the month with Leeds debuts for Miami duo INVT and Manchester’s Henzo. This is the first of three parties that are not to be missed.

“We’ve been going for nearly 17 years now and I’ve been involved with the venue for over half that time. I’ve seen the club evolve a lot alongside the culture and this season is no different. We really buzzing about what we have in store for the next few months and beyond.”

You can find out more information about future announcements from Wire Club via their Instagram, and grab your tickets for their 2023 events here.

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Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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