Manchester, England's legendary The Warehouse Project has been taking over the cities nightlife ever since its formation by Sacha Lord and Sam Kandel back in 2006. The venue, that's open periodically, has recently unveiled a number of new line-ups and raves taking place for the remainder of its 2021 calendar, with talented artists on the line-up including the likes of Solomun, The Blessed
Back to rule the city of Manchester for twelve weeks once again, The Warehouse Project (WHP) have revealed their first six opening shows of the 2021 season and it seems as though they've upped the ante to make up for a year of no events. Unlike most venues, The Warehouse Project takes a seasonal approach. Open only for a few months out of
If you're taking a trip to Manchester's premium music event, The Warehouse Project, before it closes its doors on what has been their spiritual home at Store Street the past several years, consider grabbing your ticket for what promises to be one of the craziest shows on the entire Warehouse calendar. West London's pirate radio station and their eccentric staff are heading
There are few places throughout the United Kingdom that equal the stature of The Warehouse Project which boasts an underground experience quite like no other. Situated in the North Western territory of England, the city of Manchester gave birth too and hosts the series of club nights that have long been one of the most in-demand and premium hotspots for
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
Returning to Store Street, The Warehouse Project unleashed a mouthwatering lineup to kick off the weekend party as part one of the 'Welcome To The Warehouse' double-header got underway late Friday evening. Having brushed away tickets within hours of their release the sold-out event was a spectacle to the high demand that Manchester's The Warehouse Project receives. Luckily, We Rave You
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