Saturday 9th November
The Black Madonna • Róisín Murphy • Honey Dijon • Seth Troxler
Hunee • Larry Heard aka Mr Fingers Live • Robyn DJ • Todd Terje
Midland • Palms Trax • Romy • Young Marco • Horse Meat Disco
Artwork • Jayda G • Crazy P Live • Erol Alkan B2B Ivan Smagghe
Nicky Siano • HAAi • Honey Soundsystem • Prosumer
Gideön NYC Download • Optimo • Hifi Sean • House Gospel Choir
Luke Unabomber • Peak & Swift Renate • Hannah Holland • Dan Beaumont
Adonis • Luke Solomon • House Of Ghetto • DJ Paulette • Jay Jay Revlon
Jaye Ward • Gina Breeze • Michelle Manetti
Jamie Bull • High Hoops • Kath McDermott • Krysko • Jonjo Jury
Sprechen • The Nightbus • Veba • Kiss Me Again • Supernature
Will Tramp • Guy Williams • Lukas

For full info on Homobloc please visit:
14:00 – 03:00 | DEPOT (MAYFIELD)
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If you’re not from round here there’s a chance the Homoelectric story passed you by. Time for a recap, then. There’s a special place in Manchester club folklore for these guys, pioneers of inclusive queer parties and some of the most intelligent programmers in this or any other city. Hence the dedicated following of debauched devotees. With this in mind their first foray into festival territory is a thing to truly celebrate.

The music doesn’t look bad, either. Róisín Murphy’s sexy, sultry, trippy vocals rank her in the top flight of British electronic songwriters. Chicago veteran Larry Heard’s Mr Fingers live show is emotive, complex and groovy. Paradise Garage disco legend Nicky Siano doesn’t play often enough. Those after dirtier, scuzzier stuff should note Erol Alkan b2b Ivan Smagghe, and Optimo. And the likes of Artwork, Young Marco and Horse Meat Disco have achieved notoriety for smuggling undiluted party fuel— from tech to Wham! Of course it’s easy to get excited about A-listers like The Black Madonna, Seth Troxler, Midland and Hunee, but this historic shindig could easily be won by local strength, too; legends like Veba, Krysko and Will Tramp, and rising talent such as Blasha & Allatt.