Smiley Selassie Presents Luke Vibert
Saturday 18th November  

Tickets: Tickets to be released

Luke Vibert // [Rephlex] [Ninja Tune] [Astralwerks] [Warp] [Nothing Records]

Where do we begin? With a discography spanning from ‘93 to the present day across 8 aliases, Luke Vibert’s impact on the history of electronic music is undeniable. Never restricted by one genre, Luke has taken his distinctive style to jungle, trip hop, acid house and everything in-between. He’ll be showing Sheffield how it’s done with a 2-hour lesson in all things rave.

Ben Pest // [Don’t] [Horror Boogie Records] [I Love Acid]

This hardware wizard doesn’t mess about when it comes to techno. It’s got to be hard hitting, wonky, and preferably with a stonkin’ acid line. With an irreverent style to get the sternest of crowds bouncing like idiots, you can tell from Ben’s music that he likes to party as much as you do.

CPSmith // [CPU] [Computer Club]

Since founding CPU records in 2012, CPSmith has gained notoriety for pushing some of the freshest electro of the decade, earning Resident Advisor label of the month for June this year. Enter the mainframe for some cheeky bleeps and crispy 808s!

Daddy Long Legs // [Off Me Nut] [CPU]

Off Me Nut’s smoothest mover is back with his signature blend of ‘80s sleaze and groovy acid debauchery. Last time we had him at Yellow Arch he pulled up a tune with his face. Nuff said.

Autograff // [LSS]

Notorious Sheffield selector and LSS resident, Autograff always knows what it takes to keep a crowd on its toes. With a collection gathered from the furthest reaches of UK dance music and beyond, his eclectic sets are never the same twice.

Don’t Look Now:

Smiley Selassie’s long term techno romance. We’re back from our honeymoon at The Night Kitchen and ready to pound away in the second room.


Sheffield’s donk connoisseur will be plastering the second room with a 4-pack of the finest imported Russian hard bass. Squats at the ready!