Earlier this year, it was announced that the iconic Store Street venue in Manchester would be closing down. After years of hosting some of the city's biggest events underneath the Piccadilly Railway Station, the announcement was more of a sad affair than a shock. Seeing many venues close over recent years always lends to the thought that your favourite could
Rarely is it that Manchester encounters such techno prowess throughout its bustling hub and rich musical industry but The Warehouse Project's 29th event of their busy calendar proved otherwise. As the weekend arrived last Friday evening The Warehouse Project had prepared another techno outing with a line-up that was more than capable of quenching the thirst of the thousands in attendance.
Pioneers of techno music and backed by over two decades of success, Swedish techno label Drumcode Records is famed for their talent scouting, success in its releases, and general international label camaraderie. Managed by Swiss techno artist Adam Beyer, the ambitious producer's intention behind Drumcode drives the practical and functional nature of the sounds Beyer chooses to supply techno peers. Having played
Enduring a nine-month wait since what can only be described as a successful 2016 season, the doors of The Warehouse Project open once again for their highly anticipated twelve-week takeover returning to its spiritual home in Store Street, Manchester. Following an instantly sold-out opening weekend headlined by LCD Soundsystem, The Warehouse Project has revealed the full line-ups for the 2017 season ahead of