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The Warehouse Project - Bugged Out: Bicep + Boddika + Dave Clarke + Eats Everything + Erol Alkan + Gerd Janson + Hot Since 82 + Justin Robertson + Optimo DJs + The Chemical Brothers + Trevino + James Holroyd + Greg Lord + Krysko
The Warehouse Project returns this September for another twelve week series of unique events in Manchester.
Bicep hail from Belfast, brought together through a common obsession with all things analog. Their love for cutting-edge and hard-to-find disco, Chicago-house, Detroit techno and Italo, along with a love of jazz, rock and funk, have helped Bicep build an extensive fan base and has resulted in a busy worldwide tour schedule.
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From his beginnings as an electro, ska and disco influenced hip-hop DJ, Dave has developed into one of the most unconventional, uncompromising and biggest names in techno.
Dave has spent the last 15 years continuously living up to the title 'Baron Of Techno', a moniker originally bestowed onto him by legendary BBC taste-maker John Peel. He is also a celebrated radio pioneer who helms his own long running White Noise show (which also spawned a label of the same name).
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This omnivorous beat-maker Eats Everything is at the forefront of an emerging wave of talented producers to come out of the West Country’s bass epicentre Bristol, helping define an entirely new genre of forward-thinking underground music.
Eats Everything tour dates
Few come more certified than Phantasy Sound boss Erol Alkan. Founder of classic night Trash at The End which remains eulogised as a clubbing institution to this day, as well as his marathon all night sessions at Fire now the stuff of dance music folklore.
Erol Alkan tour dates
Leeds based DJ and Producer that releases on Get Physical, Noir Music, Defected, Moda Black and more.
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A legend of the music scene. Schooled on the Hacienda dancefloor, Justin is a man in demand, regularly found rocking dancefloors across the globe. Over the years, the former Lionrock mainman has remixed such luminaries as Manic Street Preachers, Bjork, New Order, Felix Da Housecat, The Stone Roses, Stereo MC's and Chemical Brothers. His 2001 Revtone album saw Justin throw another sound curveball, taking its cue from the disco-fied New York sound of late 70s Talking Heads, weaving in melodic techno influences to create an intriguing new sound. More recently he has enjoyed great success and a new generation of admirers with the moniker The Deadstock 33s. Everything he touches turns to gold.
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Optimo is DJ duo Twitch and Jonnie Wilkes, whose legendary Optimo night in Glasgow (and around the world) mixes up techno, electro, rock and other assorted records out of leftfield.
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Big beat and dance pioneers Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands, have perfected the art of keeping people on the floor. Their albums are journeys through guitar riffs, massive beats, cool samples and huge breakdowns - taking in everything and anything along the way. With an spectacular live show and a number of critically acclaimed albums to their credit, they are truly established as Superstar DJs.
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A resident DJ at Basics in Leeds and co-founder of Bugged Out. He is an international funk and house DJ.
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