Last weekend a double header of sold-out shows for The Warehouse Project saw 20,000 dancers come through the doors of Depot at Mayfield. On Friday Patrick Topping’s TRICK series landed with a selection of the finest Tech House dealers in the UK alongside some of the best international talent on the circuit including live sets from Octave One, KiNK, FJAAK and more. On Saturday, Homoelectric presents Homobloc descended on our four unique spaces with an army of dancers and DJs like no other. A party that holds a special place in Manchester club folklore, Homoelectric have long used the power of music to spread their message of inclusivity and freedom of expression – this https://handsfreehealth.com/hfhealth/buy-viagra-online/ weekend illustrated just that.
After a mid-week foray of live electronic music excellence with Flume, Boiler Room team up with The Warehouse Project to take over Concourse for their debut at Depot at Mayfield. A triple threat of titanic Techno proportions sees seasoned Berliner Helena Hauff drops in with her relentless, uncompromising, electro heavy sounds alongside Daniel Avery who has been as prolific in the studio as in the booth in recent years. Manchester’s own Means&3rd is on warm-up duties, an affiliate of Eastern Bloc records located just minutes from Mayfield, it’s a nod to the city from Boiler Room to have an out and out Manc selector on the card.