Big, bad and heavy, BPM provide the finest in grime, future garage and progressive beats. Get your raving shoes on because you won't sit down all night. BPM nights are known on the underground music scene in Manchester. They take over various venues in the city and fill the room with a heavy beat, bass that infects your body and music that will have you doing more than tap your foot.
For all the old and new-skool ravers, BPM is the one. Their line ups are always special and they've been known to include Terror Danjah, T.Dot, Darka, and Mikey.J.
Every time I plan a night to BPM it's always a winner. They feature new, guaranteed tunes and provide the kind of 'lets get high tonight' energy which instantly makes you feel like you're chilling with a club full of friends.
Drinks are usually cheap too, because BPM is generally considered a student night, though all are welcome. Expect a lively, but casual crowd that won't judge you if you arrive in converse, or 5 inch platforms for that matter.
To quote Bassman, when you're at BPM you'll act like a cat: arch up yuh' body, arch up yuh' back.
See their Facebook page for the next upcoming events.