The Warehouse Project’s only ALL NIGHT LONG of the season was one for the books. The kings of NYC house, The Martinez Brothers took WHP19 on a journey through the realms of minimal tech, jackin’ house and left-field disco while Eats Everything was in typically fine form holding down Concourse and Honey Dijon bounced her way through house, breaks and acid. The Metropolis and WAH Birthday on Saturday provided the best the UK has to offer in bass, grime and dnb featuring heavyweights Chase and Status, David Rodigan, Manchester’s own Dub Phizix & Strategy and more.

On Friday, WHP Presents team up with the nationally acclaimed BBCR1 Dance Stage, it’s the talent from across the pond that heads up this one with MK and Diplo – two artists who have been at the forefront of dance music states side for well over two decades. Flying the flag for the UK is Hot Creations & Repopulate Mars mastermind Lee Foss and one of the most established and influential presenters on BBC Radio 1, Danny Howard. Saturday sees the legendary Hacienda classical lead a nostalgic night geared toward the acid house sound that took hold of the UK at the hight of the 90’s rave movement. Factory Records affiliates A Certain Ratio, Grammy Award Winning Soul II Soul and much more complete the bill with this impressive two-dayer from The Warehouse Project.