Techno Clubs Manchester
The Manchester clubbing landscape has been redefined over the last 25 years numerous times - but the one thing that has remained the same is the quality of house and techno clubs and the innovative way that they have been produced and developed in Manchester. Techno is a healthy part of the Manchester clubbing diet with the clubs attracting the biggest and best Techno DJs from across the world to dominate dance floors with fist pumps and stripped back beats.
The newest and one of the best up and coming club spaces this city has to offer, Gorilla is smashing the techno line ups week by week. Big names such as Jesse Rose, Radioslave and Gui Boratto have turned up to dominate the wheels of steel and play some top draw, top shelf Techno for the Gorilla lovers across the city. This Oxford Road club is by far one of the best clubs in Manchester. You can book here and guarantee your entry at DesignMyNight!
Deep in the heart of the cool and quirky Northern Quarter in Manchester is Soup Kitchen, a nice and charming bar and kitchen that on a weekend serves up nice hefty portions of House and Techno to its hungry punters. The little basement club attracts a top crowd and is one of the best small clubs in the city providing a real stripped back and underground atmosphere to lose your mind and throw some fists to local and international Techno DJs. An amazing Northern Quarter club.
A converted old record shop on Oxford Road Sound Control has a reputation for being one of the best clubs in Manchester. Attracting the biggest Manchester promotions and some brilliant local and international talent from across the techno world. Find them playing in any of the three amazing club spaces at Sound Control, one of the best techno clubs in Manchester.
Joshua Brooks and its recent rise to popularity with students and weekend warriors alike is showing no signs of slowing down in 2013. With its flagship Wednesday Hip Hop night Juicy and an insatiable appetite for top quality local talent and international icons on the decks, Joshua Brooks is the measuring stick for clubbing quality in Manchester. A no thrills, hard brick, back to basics party place that pulls in people of all ages for a good old fashioned party in an underground basement. No wonder it's been voted Manchester club of the year by the Manchester Evening News two years in a row.
The biggest club in Manchester and one of the most popular in the country, The Warehouse Project is a proud innovator of dance. Pulling in the biggest line ups this city has ever seen and weighing in with its fair share of pounding Techno from the likes of Richie Hawtin and Sven Vath it's no secret that The Warehouse Project is one of the best clubs in Manchester. A night you'll struggle to remember but will never forget.
Secret clubs are intriguing to the most unmotivated night life haters and very few are better hidden than Kraak Gallery. A multi-purpose arts venue with wooden floors and alternative decor attracts Techno connoisseurs from across the world to spin vinyl records and debate the use of laptops. Hidden down an alleyway with barely any signage, go on the hunt for Kraak Gallery - you'll love it if you find it.
Located on the outskirts of the city between Manchester and Salford is Islington Mill. Pulling in the DJs and musicians you don't expect and giving them an amazing spacious old converted mill to spin the best Techno tunes in Manchester is something Islington Mill has a bit of a reputation for. Keep an eye on the listings for this top Manchester club.