The Warehouse Project moved into the second week of its 2019 series by welcoming fellow Mancunian party starters Kaluki to Depot at Mayfield for a forward-thinking, multi-layered night of hard-hitting techno, house and electro spread across three rooms of pure energy. The unstoppable techno talent of Joseph Capriati laid down a set worthy of the dance music gods while Loco Dice, Richy Ahmed, Skream and more piled on their contributions to a night of next-level electronic music.
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