Patterns Brighton reveals its final events of the year

Brighton club Patterns has announced its final events of the year, which span from October to December.

On September 20, L U C Y will play the regular Foundations session; Horse Meat Disco will head to the basement the following night, where they will be joined by local record shop, label and DJ collective, Mr Bongo. Or:la will round out her Patterns residency alongside Batu and Momo on September 28.

In October, Foundations will host a number of killer sessions from Conducta - who will take his Klub Kiwi night the Brighton venue on October 4 - Chimpo, Scratcha DVA and Kahn & Neek. Sex Tags Mania boss DJ Fett Burger will make his Patterns debut on October 5, while Soirée presents Harrison BDP two weeks later.

Raphaël Top-Secret will also join Palms Trax for his Cooking with Palms Trax night on October 26.

DJs playing at Patterns in November include: Fauzia & Sicaria Sound (November 1), Anz & Manara (November 15), DJ Boring (November 16), Maurice Fulton (November 23) and DJ Flight (November 29).

Chaos In The CBD will play at Patterns on December 7 as part of their In Dust We Trust UK Tour; the following Saturday, Northern Irish don Sally C (pictured) will play an all night long set.

It has also announced a new night, titled FOCAL, which will see Pattern's resident DJs invite an artist they have a connection with to play with them all night long. Resident Charles Green will be joined by Berghain / Panomara Bar resident Ryan Elliott on October 12, while Manchester-born selector Willow will join Patterns resident Mehtola on November 9.

To find out more information, and to grab your tickets, head to the Patterns website.

Patterns Brighton reveals its final events of the year

James Ball is Mixmag's Weekend Editor. Follow him on Twitter

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