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Preview: Warehouse Project – 22nd April 2011

The second of four Easter weekend nights at the Warehouse Project sees the return of a series of bug names.
Skream is back after an appearance with Magnetic Man in October and with huge new releases under his belt including the recent collaboration with Example, ‘Shot Yourself In The Foot Again’, and his remix of Cassius’ ‘I Love You So’, be sure to expect a memorable set of chart-toppers, dubstep favourites and everything you need to party to.

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The second of four Easter weekend nights at the Warehouse Project sees the return of a series of bug names.
Skream is back after an appearance with Magnetic Man in October and with huge new releases under his belt including the recent collaboration with Example, ‘Shot Yourself In The Foot Again’, and his remix of Cassius’ ‘I Love You So’, be sure to expect a memorable set of chart-toppers, dubstep favourites and everything you need to party to.

As organisers have proven in the past though, Warehouse Project has so much more to offer than just the headliners. Jakwob will weave together a collection of his remixes and productions before two of the biggest artists in drum and bass return to the Piccadilly Arches.
A pioneer of UK jungle and drum and bass, Shy FX has proved time and time again that his live performances are a perfect ingredient for any weekend, especially when he’s got hard-hitting anthems like ‘Original Nuttah’. With an album on the way this year and production credits for Yasmin’s first single ‘On My Own’, Shy’s recent work is just as likely to impress as the old classics, hitting the spot with ravers of all ages.

Another old favourite, Andy C, will follow with another huge set of straight-up drum and bass which promises to keep the atmosphere lively and intense – just be sure to expect a Relentless to keep you going throughout. Having already headlined a brilliant night in October last year, Warehouse attendees should place their faith in Andy C for another great night.

To top it all off, Skream will provide the climax, fresh from his DJ appearances on Radio 1, and is guaranteed to round up an eclectic night of great dance music in a venue which constantly retains the ability to thrill.

Daniel Willis