Last weekend, The Warehouse Project reached the midway point of their debut season at Depot at Mayfield and welcomed none other than Boiler Room to co-curate a night of relentless Techno with two of the genre’s leading players, Helena Hauff and Daniel Avery as well as Manchester’s own, Eastern Bloc Records boss Means&3rd. Two of the leading lights of the electronic music scene, The Warehouse Project and Boiler Room have been responsible for inspiring a generation of artists and shaping the scene: it was a pleasure to welcome them to Concourse.
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