Left, Right & Centre to host virtual launch for debut release ‘Nothing Left to Say’

The launch will feature mixes from previous guests, Manchester DJs and more...

Left, Right & Centre will be hosting a virtual launch on Friday 29th May to celebrate their inaugural record label release.

From 4pm, merrymaking will be in order as they host a selection of guest mixes from Left, Right & Centre alumni in “room one”, in addition to an exclusive stream of the full EP ‘Nothing Left to Say’ in “room two” and a chill out “smoking area” for guests to catch a breath whilst getting the low-down.

Co-founder, Wakil Ahmed, speaks of the launch, “We have been throwing parties in Manchester for two years now so it seems only fitting to launch the label in a similar way.

The website and label launch will feature mixes from previous guests, Manchester DJ’s and some of our favourite acts, an ethos we have maintained with our events in the city.”

Left, Right & Centre established themselves in 2018 as a tough, UK flavoured, techno and bass club night in Manchester.

Now – with 15 parties under their belt and a reputation for pushing pioneering sounds – the prominent club night are launching a record label. The debut release is a four track EP made up of various artists from across the UK and with innovating bass as their common denominator.

Albeit entering a pre-existing world, the tracks adhere to their own rules and principles. The EP includes Duck & Pancakes by Henzo, Babylon Gone from Heritage & Delo, Metropol’ by Josh Scott and Drifting Off by label co-founder Korzi. All for just £4 available to buy from Left, Right & Centre’s .

The launch of the record label allows the collective to spread their wings and really focus on what they do best; showcasing the forefront of low end driven sounds. Head to on Friday 29th May at 4pm for the party and pre-order their debut release ‘Nothing Left to Say’ on now.

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