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The Warehouse Project - Circo Loco: Andrew Grant + Apollonia + Boris Werner + Cassy + Cirillo + DJ Qu + Delano Smith + Dixon + Mano le Tough + Richy Ahmed + System Of Survival + Tania Vulkano + Martinez Brothers
The Warehouse Project returns this September for another twelve week series of unique events in Manchester.
Catherine Britton aka Cassy, left England for Austria with her Caribbean father and Austrian mother in 1975. She spent her childhood in Vienna and Lower Austria where she started to sing and study music at an early age. She performed her first step into the professional world of electronic music as a vocalist for Elin's aka Autorepeat's 'Music Takes Me Higher' on Sabotage Records.
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Alongside his musical soul mates Levon Vincent and Jus Ed, Qu has been instrumental in re-establishing New York's reputation - consistently pushing the tough, dark, deep house sound that has defined the best output from NYC over the past few years.
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Steffen Berkhahn is a Berlin-based house and techno DJ, producer and label manager. He has been the number one DJ on Resident Advisor's Top 100 DJ Poll every year since 2013.
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Richy Ahmed is at the forefront of a new breed of British DJs, who are re-defining house music taking cues from disco, techno, funk and hip-hop.
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System of Survival have been residents for Circo Loco since the party first began. After countless years of commuting from Italy for the summer months they finally relocated to Ibiza full-time in 2008.
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From New York City, as producers, their less is more approach to releasing records has made massive fans out of Sensu favourites Josh Wink, Dubfire, Loco Dice and Sebo K. As DJs, what sets them apart is their sense of flow and timing. Watch them behind the decks: they don't stop moving. Lean, lanky, all wrists and elbows and ear-to-ear grins, these kids look like they were born to move. They're practically climbing over each other as records flow together, one brother cueing up a track, the other EQing, the headphones passed back and forth, forearms intertwined, heads bobbing in unison. It's amazing to watch and it's even more amazing to hear.
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