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Wed 1st Jan at 5:00pm
The Warehouse Project - The Closing Party
@ The Warehouse Project, Manchester
Featuring: Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Dixon, Ame (Sonar Kollektiv), Maceo Plex, Ben UFO, Joy Orbison, Martinez Brothers, Davide Squillace, Skream, Jackmaster, Oneman, George Fitzgerald, Breach (AKA Ben Westbeech), Subb-an, Paul Woolford, Midland, T Williams, Prins Thomas, More
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The Warehouse Project - The Closing Party: Jamie Jones + Carl Craig + Dixon + Ame (Sonar Kollektiv) + Maceo Plex + Ben UFO + Joy Orbison + Martinez Brothers + Davide Squillace + Skream + Jackmaster + Oneman + George Fitzgerald + Breach (AKA Ben Westbeech) + Subb-an + Paul Woolford + Midland + T Williams + Prins Thomas + More
The Warehouse Project returns this September for another twelve week series of unique events in Manchester.
DJing since his teens, the backbone of Jamie's sound has always been deep house, detroit techno and generally anything moody, edgy and groove based. Jamie is also a producer, releasing records on Crosstown rebels, Freak N Chic, Poker Flat, Cocoon and Get Physical, as well as remixing for different labels.
Jamie Jones tour dates
Legendary Detroit producer of techno, future jazz, global house and experimental soundscapes.
Carl Craig tour dates
Berlin DJ who cut his teeth playing jungle at Atari Teenage Riot sound-system parties before embracing the sound of house.
Dixon tour dates
With a mission to explore far beyond the borders of house music has captured the attention of all major peeps involved in present club music.
Ame (Sonar Kollektiv) tour dates
Known for his sometimes dark yet warming take on Disco-inspired House, Maceo Plex is tipped as one of Resident Advisor's Top 5 DJs in the World.
Maceo Plex tour dates
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.
Martinez Brothers tour dates
Italian house and techno DJ renown for his sets at Circo Loco in DC10 Ibiza.
Davide Squillace tour dates
Croydon's wonderkid, the so-called ambassador of Dubstep. Skream, along with comrades such as Benga and the pioneering DJ Hatcha (Club Forward), created a new faze in dubstep and changed the landscape of urban music. Way before Grime existed, Skream was making his own brew of dubstep: dark. Get ready to meet the unique Skream, his sub-bass will blow you away.
Skream tour dates
Jack Revill was made out of fluff, an old hair clip and a scratched old 7" record in the early 1980s when Mrs Revill was cleaning out the back of her old wardrobe with a brush. Jackmaster has constantly felt the silent call of black plastic noisy discs wherever he has roamed - and now shepherds his brethren around in cardboard boxes to record players far and wide whilst perfecting his art in many of Glasgow's dance music discotheques.
Jackmaster tour dates
Oneman has most definitely moved ahead of the pack and is a fast rising star in the Dubstep scene. He's managed to build up a considerable following, not only through being booked to play for some of London's flagship clubs, but with his show and sets at illegal raves like House Party.
Oneman tour dates
A man who makes 'his very own kind of quirky, rough around the edges soul music. It's not easy to categorise, but it's what happens when a kid who was classically trained till aged 18 in cello, voice and piano grows up and gets into hip-hop dance music and sample-based beats. There's something very fresh and unusual about Ben's productions and at the same time very accessible'- Arumdo Summer Weekender.
Breach (AKA Ben Westbeech) tour dates
Subb-an’s rapid rise to prominence as a DJ, producer and one of the most exiting new British live acts of recent years is testament to his hard work, natural talent and wholehearted commitment to electronic music. Named as DJ Magazines ‘Best Breakthrough DJ’ in their 2011 end of year awards, Subb-an’s prodigious studio talents have seen him release on Crosstown Rebels, Spectral, Saved and My Favourite Robot and deliver much lauded remixes of Jamie Woon, Lana Del Ray, Noir & Haze and Hollis P Monroe over recent months.
Subb-an tour dates
A resident DJ at Back2Basics in Leeds with a love of all things underground. His growing reputation has led to appearances at The End, Pacha and Cream (both here and in Ibiza).
Paul Woolford tour dates
Leeds-based Midland's epic 'Play The Game' on Phonica Records has been played by everyone from Ramadanman to Deetron to Sasha and his remixes of Lone and Caribou situate him in a sweet spot between UK bass, disco and house - tinged with the unashamedly anthemic aesthetic of golden-era Kompakt or Border Community.
Midland tour dates
T. William's DJ sets and productions ride the line between House and UK Bass. As head of label Deep Teknologi he is behind one of the most interesting new labels to emerge from London as part of the recent Bass Music explosion.
T Williams tour dates
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Venue: The Warehouse Project
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