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The Warehouse Project NYE: Annie Mac + James Zabiela + Simian Mobile Disco + Felix Da Housecat + Rudimental + Benoit + Sergio + The Toddla T Sound + Tensnake + Jaymo + Andy George + Paul Woolford + Bondax + Metronomy DJ Set + Krysko + Greg Lord + Now Wave DJs + Juicy DJs + Drop The Mustard + Zutekh
Rudimental 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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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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Debaucherous minimalist rave from London duo James Ford and James Shaw. Using the kind of vintage minimal beats that only a 1980's Casio can produce, this eccentric pair somehow manage to make techno sexy with their use of static vocals and fragmented rhythms; '...twisted disco as it should be.' - RoughTrade.
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Legendary Chicago House-master and two-time Grammy Award Nominee. Felix da Housecat helped bring electro to the masses through his groundbreaking album 'Kittenz & Thee Glitz', collaborations with P. Diddy, James Murphy (LCD Soundsytem) and Miss Kittin and remixes of Madonna, Marylin Manson and Nina Simone. Felix's pioneering spirit continues to this day with his sound responsible for shaping the electronic music scene of today.
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Hackney-based Drum'n'Bass quartet made up of musicians Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor and Leon (DJ Locksmith), who navigate through genres effortlessly. Known for their collaborations, they first achieved a UK no.1 single in 2012 with 'Feel The Love' featuring guest vocalist John Newman, and the success story continued with number ones from 'Waiting All Night' featuring Ella Eyre and 'These Days' featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen.
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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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DJ from Radio 1's In New DJ's We Trust. Jaymo first came to the attention of the music world with his Hip Hop infused 'Tuned In Live'.
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Andy's 'Big Dipper' was one of 2008's most popular jump-up electro tracks.
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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.
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