The full calendar for The Warehouse Project has been revealed, with an extensive list of some of the biggest names in music comprising a line-up that will perform at a new venue: Depot, Mayfield. The 10,000 capacity space offers bigger and better production possibilities for each show, so expect a variety of genres and styles pushed to their absolute maximum threshold.
When: 20th September 2019 – 1st January 2020.
Where: Depot (Mayfield), Manchester, M1, 2QF.
Who’s playing: Aphex Twin | Underworld | Four Tet | Nina Kraviz | Bicep | Fatboy Slim | Hacienda Classical | Above & Beyond | Paradise | Drumcode | RAM Records and many more.
?Without doubt WHP19 has been the most challenging and exciting season to programme since WHP began. As has been the case with every WHP venue that has gone before we don?t really know how long it will be around, so our thought was simply that we need to make the most of it for the time it’s available. The space at the Depot is a dream in terms of creating a brand new environment and to collaborate with artists and other promoters in a way that hasn?t been possible before. We?re really pleased with how its all coming together and can?t wait for September.? ? Sam Kandel.
To get you in the mood for this stellar series of shows, we have comprised a 10-track playlist of some of the most exciting acts to feature in the calendar.
Four Tet – Anna Painting
Electronic music extraordinaire Keiren Hebden, AKA Four Tet, is regarded as one of the most talented names in the scene. His latest EP, ?Anna Painting?, features three tracks which are instant bangers.
UK Apache with Shy FX – Original Nuttah 25 (Chase & Status Remix ft. Irah)
Chase & Status are widely regarded as cross-genre royalty, and their new remix of DnB classic Original Nuttah further solidifies this claim. The duo have been headlining shows globally for years, and their sets continually offer something new. Not one to miss.
Mura Masa, Clairo – I Don?t Think I Can Do This Again
Guernsey-born breakthrough producer Mura Masa has propelled to the top of the game with a succession of genre-defying hit singles. His live performance incorporates intriguing combinations of instruments and equipment, and the new venue will complement his production fittingly. His new single with Clairo gives you a taste of what?s to come.
Marc Rebillet – Reach Out
This unique multi-instrumentalist found his fame by a concoction of talent and virality, after posting videos on Facebook of improvised loop performances made up of a synth, vocals and drum pads. His comedic style juxtaposes his raw ability – akin to Lewis Capaldi?s selling point. Guaranteed laughter and enjoyment!
Skepta – Love Me Not ft. Cheb Rabi & B Live
Award-winning artist Skepta headlines a star-studded night of hip-hop. His rise to the top has been colossal for black artists in the industry, as he has paved the way for others who may take inspiration. His latest song ?Love Me Not? digs up some of those classic garage vibes, and we can?t wait for his appearance in Manchester!
The Black Madonna – Stay
2016?s Mixmag DJ of the Year tops the bill at the Homobloc event in November. The American selector has played alongside some of house music?s biggest legends, including the godfather himself, Frankie Knuckles. A fine producer, performer and party-maker, The Black Madonna will provide uplifting music without fail.
Patrick Topping – Turbo Time
Patrick Topping is another artist at the top of his game who will be curating an event at The Warehouse Project. His new TRICK label began at the start of 2019, and his night involved a number of those on his roster. Here?s one of his latest releases from the imprint!
Adam Beyer & Bart Skils – Your Mind
Techno heavyweight Adam Beyer presents his biggest ever event for his Drumcode label. The event involves a number of artists on his roster, including Bart Skils, B. Traits, Boxia, Maceo Plex and more. Here?s a floor-filling Drumcode release!
Aphex Twin – T69 Collapse
Aphex Twin?s mystique and desire to dodge the spotlight has been the very cause of the public?s zealous intrigue into this mastermind. The producer, who has produced and curated a scattering of breathtaking shows in recent years, will man the opening party at Depot.
Honey Dijon feat. Sam Sparro – Stars (Disco Version)
Chicago-born and raised selector Honey Dijon is regarded as a new legend in the industry, having offered unique and energy-filled sets for years on end. Her independence has pushed the industry forward, and her music has travelled with her. She plays all night long in the Archive Room on Friday 4th October.