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The Warehouse Project - New Years Eve: Annie Mac + Sasha + James Zabiela + Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs + Andy C + Tiga + Tensnake + Redlight + Waifs & Strays + Maribou State + Waze & Odyssey + Pedestrian + Ejeca + Lil Silva + Krysko + Greg Lord + Eton Messy + PBR Streetgang + Drew Hill + More
The Warehouse Project returns this September for another twelve week series of unique events in Manchester.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs will be DJing only.
Annie Mac is far more than just a Radio 1 DJ, she's a global ambassador for dance music in all its forms, from deep house and techno to bass music and drum and bass. Besides heading her prime time radio show, she also DJs across the world and champions new music in the form of her annual 'Annie Mac Presents' compilations. She even runs her own festival in Malta, Lost & Found.
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Grammy Award nominee, four-time International Dance Music Award winner and four time DJ Mag award winner, the legendary Sasha is a man who needs no introduction, he is recognised as one of the worlds’ most innovative icons of the electronic genre.
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A diverse and skillful DJ, James Zabiela’s stunning sets are filled with complexity and the right ingredients to get the crowd moving. The world-renowned DJ/producer is known for his mixing skills, extensive use of loops and effects, and the use of Ableton Live with his iPad and various controllers and effects units as well as Pioneer CDJ 2000s, which he helped develop.
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The electro dance DJ aka Orlando Higginbottom creates music that is full of boisterous break-downs and earth-quaking bass. His discovery of jungle came at the age of 13, precipitating a switch from his childhood love of classical music to all things electronic. With his initial releases on Joe Goddard’s taste-making Greco-Roman label and his viral 'Garden' video (which has reached 2.5million views), he established himself as one of the most exciting new artists around. Since then he has gone from strength to strength joining Damon Albarn out in the Congo to record a charity album for Warp and remixing for the likes of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.
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In the world of electronic music, there are few bigger names than that of Andy C. Regarded as one of the greatest DJs to ever touch a turntable, the Ram Records founder has relentlessly dedicated almost two decades of his life to the music he loves. Much more than just a DJ, Andy C is a true figurehead for the drum & bass movement, within which he has been an instrumental player since its very beginnings. His DJ sets and seminal productions have helped to evolve the genre through the many stages of its evolution. His commitment to his craftsmanship has earnt him a status as one of the most iconic and important figures in global dance music culture.
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Canadian DJ and producer Tiga, making deep house and funky disco, inspired by the rave scenes of the early nineties and contemporary indie-rave.
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Aka German producer Marco Niemerski. With so many anthems under his production belt alongside some of the best mixes you'll ever hear, you can rest assured you're in safe hands.
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Redlight (formerly DJ Clipz) is an accomplished head from the world of underground dance music whose considerable talents have overflowed into new areas. The results are undeniably impressive - a 1Xtra show, a shed load of hit singles, chart entries and huge festival appearances.
The past few years have seen him release hit after hit with collaborations with Mz Bratt on 'Selecta' and Ms Dynamite for 'What You Talking About' being notable successes. His recent release 'Get Out My Head' has blown up and exploded into the charts entering in the top 20 and has topped dance charts across the globe.
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Bristol DJs. Rousing, strident electro tinged house, bold bass notes and warm, late night neon tones.
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Despite growing up in the same picturesque village, Chris Davids and Liam Ivory, aka Maribou State, customarily ignored each other at school, but discovered their shared passion for music at university in Leeds and became firm friends.
Since then they have steadily built a glowing reputation via their debut album, a string of well-loved EPs, and a fistful of remixes (Including Kelis, Lana Del Rey, and Ultraísta). Plaudits from the electronic press have flowed thick and fast alongside support from radio heavyweights: Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Annie Mac, Giles Peterson, and Pete Tong amongst others.
Intrigued by the dynamics of electronic music for the dance floor as much as with the richness and human quality of live instrumentation and song craft, the have worked tirelessly to evolve and forge a unique, compelling and deeply soulful marriage of the organic and the synthetic, showcased on their debut LP, Portraits.
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Currently creating a storm, this mysterious duo have a prolific release schedule coming up with releases on PetFood, Wolf Music, Southern Fried, Sccucci Manucci & Traveller Records.
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Belfast producer and DJ Garry McCartney aka Ejeca. He’s gone from zero to hero thanks to garage infused, pumping house EPs on labels like Needwant, Sasha’s Last Night On Earth and 2020 Vision, as well as playing Berlin, Ibiza and Belfast, often in the same weekend. His considered but uplifting sound is rich with synth detail and has found favour with everyone from Kerri Chandler to Bicep, so his skills have not gone unnoticed.
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21-year-old Lil Silva is fast becoming one of the most talked about artists on the UK Bass scene. Not only does he possess the musical understanding to work with genres such as American House, Funky and Grime but his ability also allows him to merge and blend styles. Silva’s flair manifests itself in his creative production techniques, showcasing a distinct sound which he looks to continually evolve. Always looking to shy away from convention, the young producer’s talents are becoming as renowned for their innovation as they are for the effect they are having on the scene. Prominent cultural magazine factmag.com has even gone as far as describing Lil Silva’s sound as 'grime in disguise.'
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Future Garage inspired music from this Bristol duo. Eton Messy are quickly becoming part of British heritage. With fingers firmly on the pulse of electronic music they’ve grown from a small Youtube channel to a strong platform for up and coming artists. On top of this they have provided an on point mix series that’s seen them go from DJing around the country to hosting their own stage at this year’s Gottwood festival.
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Bonar Bradberry and Tom Thorpe make up the boogie boat that is PBR Streetgang.
Over the last five years, their DJ partnership has evolved into audience enthralling sets which flow effortlessly from Ableton live to the turntables via a piece of circuitry that allows both heads to mix together as one. The duo have a versatile approach of playing that allows them to easily adapting from big Festival stages and main-rooms to smaller basements and backrooms.
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Drew Hill is the collaborative moniker of Michelle Drew and Philipp Hill. Growing up in Denmark and Germany respectively, the duo met at university and shared established interests in production and electronic music. Their sound ranges from the R&B influenced, ambient house of 'Follow Us' to the hypnotising syncopated vocal and drum work of 'Someone Has To Say It'. Expect a truly diverse but intensely dancefloor-ready offering from one of the most interesting groups to emerge in electronic music.
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