Morrison Street invite Glasgows own SoundCloud demon DJ TRACKSÜIT over to sneaks for a night of high energy hardgroovey power.
Celebrating the release of his new single “Sound of the Underground” we welcome Archie Holmes to Sneaky Pete’s for a hit debut at the best club in the world.
Ending the year on a proper high as we welcome Digging The Underground for a night of music from the golden age of garage and dubstep! This one has been in the works for quite some time; Raph & Lola have been tearing up the cowgate and beyond for the last couple of years with their weighty selections, combining old school garage sensibilities with a spellbinding approach to bass driven music.
This month Volens Chorus are reaching out across The North sea to bring you an incognito artist who’s high energy, peak euphoric tunes and DJ mixes have been on our radar for a while, HEDO HYDR8. Their atmospheric ecstasy inducing productions have gained themselves recognition world wide with plays on Six Music as well as plays from many masters of the underground, including the likes of Solid Blake, Mumdance and Laurel Halo to name a few. Pairing their production prowess with their invigorating mixes being played out across the NTS and Rinse FM airwaves makes HEDO HYDR8 a formidable booking for the Volens Chorus residency in Sneaky Petes.
With Support from Volens Chorus residents it’s set to be the hot and sweaty Sneakies pit we all know and love.
We are back from a wee hiatus with a BIG SLAP welcoming sadsugar to Miss World! Noods Radio resident and boss of cutting edge Bristol party Side Eye, hosting guests like Small Crab and Acidfinky, sadsugar is quickly making a name for themselves in the UK underground dance music scene. Having shared the booth with the likes of Om Unit, Bored Lord, Kahn & Neek and DJ Swisha, we can’t wait to host sadsugar at our musical beauty pageant for their Scottish debut! Expect glitched out, chugging percussive numbers with hefty basslines and lilting, futuristic dubstep inspired beats.
On support we have rising Edinburgh stars malicedeejay & miira!
Having supported Goldie during the summer, and appearing on lineups across the capital, we’ve been itching to get maalicedeejay involved at Miss World for months and are absolutely delighted to have the chance to host her. Newly appointed EHFM resident miira has been almost omnipresent in the Cowgate lately, from playing brand new grime night Form696 to smashing out donk and hardstyle from the Sneaky Pete’s booth. The two make form a menacing b2b duo ready to show us how it’s done.
Profits from the night will be donated to Medical Aid for Palestinians.
Hand-made host Dekmantel Soundsystem for their final love session of 2023. Embark on a mesmeric and seductive journey as Casper steers the ship through hypnotic, groovy house and electro, and all the spontaneous heat in between.
Sending it into the start of next week every Sunday at Sneaky Pete’s.
Stand B-Side Mondays at Sneaky Pete’s.
Rounding out the year with our Xmas Special, we have Dixon Avenue Basement Jams to come and bring in the classic house and techno vibes.
One of the most prestigious and iconic labels in Glasgow, DABJ have been kicking about for over a decade, and have signed tracks from the likes of Big Miz, Fear-E, and even Denis Sulta.
The pair make their first 2023 trip to Edinburgh this year, having already done some iconic and memorable nights in Sneaky’s in the past.
The past two Xmas shindigs have been complete sell-outs with Macka and Interplanetary Criminal, so we suggest jumping on the bandwagon early and secure your tickets.
From Santa x
RAREHAIN makes it Sneaks venue.
It’s time to completely immerse yourself in the music, we’ll be making the darkest room with one strobe only all night.
We are BEYOND buzzing to announce our biggest party yet! internationally renouned DJ & Producer, Simo Cell touches down to Scottish soil for his debut in Sneaky Pete’s on the 14th of December. A true master of eclectic sets – this will without doubt be the best display of DJing you will see this year. He has also just dropped a new album ‘Cuspide Des Sir?è?nes’ on his imprint ‘TEMET’ which is a stunning journey touching on elements of ambient, trap and dubstep sounds. Local DJ & Producer Smiff joins Simo Cell to warm up the floor and complete the lineup.
Friday the 15th of December marks the return of our interstellar party series, Italo Space Odyssey V!
Since launching the series post lockdown back in 2021, it’s been a highlight of each year. Retaining the Disco Lovers sound you know and love, but with more spacey syncopated synth lines and italo influence. Our last party with Annagram back in February was a blast so we really can’t wait for this one.
We’re fundraising for The Welcoming this time round, helping them continue to support New Scots that are asylum seekers, refugees and migrants!
Sending it into the start of next week every Sunday at Sneaky Pete’s.
Last Meanwhile of 2023!
We’ve invited a selection of Edinburgh’s finest party starters to get you jumping through till 5am at our Sneaky Pete’s festive special.
Feena (Miss World), Bartek (Haptic), Ann Tweak (The Mirror Dance), Privet (Meanwhile) – four DJs who know a thing or two about making your feet move.
The wheels are off. Expect everything from rare disco cuts to should-be-illegal edits and classic party trax.
Our very final outing of 2023 sees us invite record-label and DJ duo Craigie Knowes for their very first dance in Edinburgh’s most intimate sweatbox.
Support from prog queen noodle (Subterranean Sound) and tech ambassador Aidan Gibson (Balamii).
Very excited to be bringing good pal David Moufang AKA Move D to the good place that is Sneaky Pete’s!
A genuine legend that needs no introduction – this is Move D’s first visit back to Sneaky’s in nearly 10 years, so it is not to be missed. Come and pretty much see off 2023 for an extended B2B with me through to 5am.
This is going to be a special one, see you there. 🙂
“Move D is one of modern electronic music?s most beloved souls with a long and varied musical history with roots in the 60s and 70s jazz, psychedelic, rock, soul and early electronica.
Making his first appearance on vinyl as part of a school bands competition in 1983, it was only another four years before he started toying with the medium as a DJ, playing funk, soul, hip-hop, and proto-house. In the 90s things began to move fast with the inception of his Source Records imprint, early productions (including the debut Move D LP ?Kunststoff? – Source Records, 1994) and the beginnings of a 26 album relationship with a close friend, the late Pete Namlook. Since then, Moufang has become an unassuming heavyweight in house music as a producer for countless forward-thinking labels, a collaborator and a truly original selector.
His discography is long and impressive and holds releases on a broad variety of labels such as Source, Modern Love, Workshop, Smallville, Warp, Running Back, Uzuri and Electric Minds among others plus collaborations and involvements in projects like Magic Mountain High (w. Juju & Jordash) and Reagenz (w. Jonah Sharp).
Not one to slack off, his live and DJ performances have been on par with (if not superior to) his studio work, pulling from all corners of his diverse catalog to create an experience that attacks the hips and head in equal measure. His releases touch on house conventions but are delivered in his inimitable style, leaving everyone – from long- time fans to the uninitiated— with their jaws on the floor and their hands in the air.”
A very special small room return for George FitzGerald!
George FitzGerald has been a preeminent figure in electronic music for over a decade. After many years in Berlin releasing tracks on labels including Aus and Hotflush Recordings, FitzGerald signed to Domino’s Double Six in 2013 and made the transition from club producer to album artist, establishing a celebrated live show and working with icons like Bonobo and Everything But the Girl’s Tracey Thorn.
As well as a collaboration album with UK artist Lil Silva, FitzGerald helped produce London Grammar’s 2021 number one album, hosted his very own BBC Radio 1 residency and boasts a remix roster with the likes of Foals, Moby and Jon Hopkins.
His first show here in over 6 years – we’re delighted to have him back.
Originally from Portsmouth now residing in London, Jake Stewart has successfully located the pleasure centres of UK ravers via the diverse output of his “1-800 GIRLS” artist project.
After stunning sold-out extended-play outings on ubiquitous raw house labels Shall Not Fade and clipp.art, as well as broody emotionally tinged release on Feelings Worldwide, Lost Palms and his own imprint among others, 1-800 GIRLS continues to reserve a space of his own in the speed lane of modern intelligent dance music.
A past performing live in new wave inspired bands where it was not uncommon to find himself behind a keyboard, guitar or drum kit, informs the 1-800 GIRLS sound – underpinned by the contrasts of subtle nostalgia running alongside rumbling grooves, crackling percussives and gloriously staccato melodies, with spring-tingling emotional textures being the glue holding together everything the Hackney based artist produces.