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The Warehouse Project: Chibuku DJs + Nero + Boyz Noize + Redlight + Gesaffelstein + Jack Beats + B. Traits + Jaguar Skills + Shy FX + Breakage + Dismantle + MistaJam + DJ Friction + P Money + Mele + Numbers + Jackmaster + Spencer + DJ EZ + Paul Woolford
The Warehouse Project returns this September for another twelve week series of unique events in Manchester.
Nero have become a big name in both the Drum and Bass and Dubstep scenes, often fusing both styles of music in their DJ sets. They started with DnB, joining DJ SS's Formation Records in the Summer of 2004. Since then Dan and Joe's tracks have caused quite a stir, with the recent success of their singles ‘Me and You’, ‘Act Like You Know’ and ‘Promises’ demonstrating what an exciting couple of years the band has had.
Now a fully formed three-piece, with singer Alana front and centre like never before, Dan feels the shift in focus is a significant step. “Not many electronic acts have just one singer, but we always wanted to go out like a band,” he says, adding with a laugh: “It’s especially nice as Joe and I can just blend into the background.”
Nero tour dates
German electro-tech producer and DJ Alexander Ridha is well known on the international techno scene as Boys Noize, as well as the monikers 909d1sko and Kid Alex. He's a prolific remixer, having remixed tracks for a range of artists from Snoop Dogg to Bloc Party.
Boys Noize tour dates
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.
Redlight tour dates
London’s Niall Dailly & Ben Geffin a.k.a Jack Beats have been outletting there own brand of floor-flexing Bass Music since 2006 and have released records with Cheap Thrills, Owsla and Deconstruction and have racked up remixes for the likes of Rudimental, Major Lazer and Diplo.
Jack Beats tour dates
From growing up in rural Canada to gracing the stages of some of the biggest clubs in the world and now hosting her own monthly 'In New DJs We Trust' show on Radio 1, Brianna Price aka B.Traits has already come a long way. Having established herself as one of the most eclectic and original DJs around, Digital Soundboy's original Digital Soundgirl is set to become one of the most talked about producers too.
B. Traits tour dates
British DJ who has gained notoriety since 2002 for his eclectic multi-genre, cut-n-paste style Djing mixes. The DJ has released hundreds of mixtapes through various outlets, including BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Jaguar Skills tour dates
The the pseudonym of Andre Williams, Shy FX is a London based Drum And Bass and Jungle DJ, producer and remixer. He has produced for Dizzee Rascal and Yasmin and remixed for DJ Fresh. Shy FX crashed the British charts in 1994 with 'Original Nuttah', one of the most infectious Ragga-Jungle anthems of all time, and he quickly became one of Jungle's most respected producers.
Shy FX tour dates
Breakage (Digital Soundboy) has proved himself to be one of the most versatile operators on the drum & bass and dubstep scene. His bass heavy quality music has reached broad appeal winning him fans like Giles Peterson, Mary Anne Hobbs, not to mention his track ‘Hard’ feat. Newham Generals and David Rodigan being named as Zane Lowes ‘Hottest Record In The World’ on his Radio 1 show.
Breakage tour dates
This guy is rapidly taking over the bass scene and is signed to Shy FXs Digital Soundboy Records.
Dismantle tour dates
Forget trying to nail MistaJam to a genre for he's a DJ who's from the school of thought where only those who have perfected the art of mixing need apply. If it has a big beat, bassline and melody, chances are Jam's in it.
Regularly causing people to get bunions at some of the finest clubs around the world, his fearless approach to delivering the ultimate blend has seen his army of supporters grow as he's risen through the ranks of BBC 1Xtra and Radio 1 at a speed that (a dramatically slower) Usain Bolt would be proud of.
MistaJam tour dates
Brighton born multi-award winning DJ Friction has grown from best new comer to 'one of the big dogs' (Pete Tong). His Next Level tour has received world acclaim during which he has been delivering more than memorable sets across 3 decks for upto 4 hours!
DJ Friction tour dates
P Money is a young MC from South East London, known as one of the top underground Grime musicians.
P Money tour dates
With a unique sound, Melé is capable of delivering on every level - from club music to deeper productions interspersed with, hip-hop snares, grimey synths at techno tempo it's Melé's rhythmic inventiveness, and virtuoso touches that really set him apart.
Mele 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
Heralded as possibly the UK's best garage DJ, EZ drove to the top with his 'Pure Garage' albums and regular slots with Kiss 100.
DJ EZ tour dates
Many know Paul Woolford's name through the 2005/6 slow-burning hit "Erotic Discourse", released on 2020 Vision, the Leeds label with which he made his name initially. The success of this proved he has the ability to create a genre-defining sound and led to sales of over 15,000, capturing the imagination of DJs across the board.
Paul Woolford tour dates