Peverelist, Dom Thompson, Tom Jarmey
We are more than excited to announce that we have a brand-new series of events coming your way for the start of the September season and carrying on through deep into 2020.
For our first event back we couldn’t of hoped for a bigger legend in the UK music scene to be gracing the decks, It is our great pleasure to announce that none other than Bristol’s finest PEVERELIST
will be joining us for a 2-hour set at Manchester’s favourite arts & culture club, Partisan.
Peverelist has spent multiple years standing on the leading edge of UK dance music. With releases spanning across the musical spectrum, his tracks have defined and re-defined sub genres of UK garage, Dubstep and techno. His music has often reflected shifts in the broader UK dance music scene but is more specifically represented by shifts in the ever evolving, genre-mutating city of his adopted hometown, Bristol.
In 2006, Peverelist curated his own label ‘Punch Drunk’ records, which aimed to reflect Bristol’s historic Dubstep and sound system scene as well as to release music that was pushing against the norm. Artists such as RSD + Kahn have seen releases on the label along with powerhouse dancefloor killers such as ‘Roll with the punches’ released by Pev himself. Peverelist has also had releases on another infamous UK label ‘Hessle audio’ and has more recently started another label ‘Livity sound’ with a focus on the continuation of pushing musical boundaries.
This conveys the variation and flare Peverelist possesses when it comes to his sound and production methods. Fluctuations between Dubstep, Garage and Techno mean that there is a somewhat unpredictability when it comes to his sets. Who knows what areas of dance music Pev will decide to delve into?
One thing is guaranteed though. It’s going to be exciting; it’s going to be interesting and it’s going to be an extremely raucous evening of music.
Coming off the back of a White hotel set that some described as ‘Biblical’ last year, it’s fair to say you’d be silly to miss this one.
We’ve been lucky enough to host this event at Partisan - one of Manchester’s most exciting culture and art spaces. Partisan has previously hosted some of our favourite DJ’s such as Ben UFO, Call Super, and Shanti Celeste. Partisan have a fantastic all-inclusive ethos, and we are delighted to announce that we will be donating a large proportion of the profits from the night to go towards the venue in its aims of making it a wheelchair accessible space!
Support on the night comes from your very own Wax Villainy residents, who are hoping to get you prepared adequately before Pev sends you into a dancing bonanzaaaaaa.
Early bird tickets are £5. Get on it early before they run out! Ticket prices are £5/£6/£7/£9
Here is an accessibility statement from Partisan:
Regrettably, Partisan is not yet wheelchair accessible. However, we are working closely with the council and our architect to make this Grade 2 Listed building accessible to all. Further information on their progress can be found on their website, and is updated regularly: www.partisancollective.net/accessibility/
You can contact [email protected] for specific access questions or requests.
Partisan is located across 2 floors of a 3-story building. The basement has 11 steps from street level, without a handrail. The first floor has 22 steps from street level, with a handrail. There are 40 steps between the two floors. All toilets are gender-neutral and are located on both levels of the venue. On the first floor, these are single contained stalls. In the basement, there are stalls and urinals.
Seating is available on each floor at all events. For performances, a seated viewing area will be available.
Assistance dogs are allowed at all times. Other well behaved dogs are usually welcome, with the exception of in performance rooms of loud music events. If you have a dog allergy/phobia let us know – we’ll do what we can.
For ticketed events, paying disabled people are eligible to a free additional ticket for a PA to accompany them.
Partisan aims to be a safer space. As such, harmful and discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. As a cooperative, Partisan is democratically owned by its members, and is shaped by everybody through what we say and what we do. If you are challenged or feel threatened, speak to someone wearing a Partisan badge; they are there to help.
A quiet room is available on the first floor at this event for those wanting to take a break for a while.