The Night Kitchen celebrate Tramlines 2019: Preview
It wouldn’t feel like Tramlines weekend without a tear-up or two down at The Night Kitchen. This year, the team kick off their fringe programme with a bass special on Friday, alongside longtime collaborators Displace and Tekkers, before linking up with Dimensions to host the Sheffield leg of their International Series on Saturday night. This comes ahead of the festival's final edition at Fort Punta Christo, later in the summer.
Friday 19th July : TNK x Displace x Tekkers / Tramlines 2019 Bass Edition
Keeping the tradition of community alive, TNK has put together a distinguished line-up of local talent drawn from the city’s extended bass music family. All of TNK’s main rooms are open for this one, with sets from the incredible Oris Jay, Ben Suff Donk, Wheresnorth?, Charla Green and many more taking place over the course of the night. Expect everything from DNB to Bassline, Garage, Jungle, Donk, Hardcore & Beyond.
Taking place tomorrow night the full line-up is available below, with tickets available here.
TNK & Friends [Main Room]
Wheresnorth? b2b Charla Green [Exclusive Debut]
Andy H Ft MC AOB
Rolls Like Royce
Ben Suff Donk
Burt Cope B2B Venz
JG B2B J69
Dr Cryptic & Skillz
Displace [Pipes Room]
Thompson b2b KAI
Host: Sur-T & Lukai MC
Saturday 20th July: The Night Kitchen // Ida, Blasha & Allatt, Tasha, Voicedrone & more
Highlights on Saturday include an appearance by the Finnish, Glasgow-based DJ and promoter, Ida, who makes the trip to Sheffield off the strength of her Acid Flash night. The night has made waves across Scottish cities Aberdeen and Glasgow, with its refreshing celebration of 80s Chicago acid house.
After their appearance at No Bounds last October, revered Manchester duo Blasha & Allatt cross the Pennines once more. The pair have been at the forefront of Manchester's scene for the past few years, with their Meat Free night (which they run with fellow DJs Lucy Ironmonger and Alice Woods) praised for it's inclusive attitude.
Elsewhere, Rinse FM resident and Neighbourhood label head, Tasha, is set to bring her signature brand of techno, one that has made her a firm favourite on the London club circuit. Trusted TNK residents ES-Q and Ste Roberts will be handling warm up and closing duties. The formers latest EP, Enter the System, is available now on Dolly Records.
IDA [ACID FLASH]
Blasha & Allatt [Meat Free]
James Newmarch [FOLD]