Last weekend The Warehouse Project welcomed a wealth of talent across two shows of the highest quality. Friday saw the nationally acclaimed BBCR1 Dance stage and WHP Presents invite the finest in House from across the pond to link up with the UK’s hottest selectors, Diplo and MK playing alongside Danny Howard, Lee Foss and more. On Saturday FAC51 The Hacienda treated us with a throwback to the glory days with their live orchestra performing alongside the legendary Louie Vega and David Morales
This Friday sees Guernsey boy and multi-instrumentalist Mura Masa present his Raw Youth Collage project. The 23-year-old Grammy winner is bringing along some of his closest musical influences in Black https://www.sihspune.org/propecia.php Midi and NAO who he has linked up with on a number of creative endeavours, whilst Special Request a.k.a Paul Woolford drops in on his more unconventional alias known for darker, unruly selections across Techno, Breakbeat, dnb and Jungle. On Saturday, one of the most iconic Techno labels over the past 20 years will debut in Depot at Mayfield, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode has been responsible for releasing tracks that have shaped the current Techno landscape and continue to do so at an unrelenting pace. The Herculean selector lines up alongside Alan Fitzpatrick, Berlin’s Pan-Pot, the UK’s first lady of electro Maya Jane Coles and more.