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Interview: Riton

Qasim Akhtar chats to Riton at Warehouse Project

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Live review: The Chemical Brothers WHP

A mammoth three hour set of unexpected techno and unmistakable Chem Bros beats

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Interview: Solardo

Solardo’s James discusses the need to revive Manchester’s underground dance scene

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Review: 15th Birthday Metropolis at WHP

A huge name in one of the UK’s best venues… should be a recipe for an amazing night, surely?

Warehouse Project is back, bigger and better.

Live Review: BICEP at WHP

Despite the overwhelming lack of female audience members, contributor Blanca had the time of her life watching Bicep at Warehouse Project

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Live Review: Craig David TS5 WHP

David, Kurupt FM and David Rodigan led Store Street through a night of garage, bashment and raggae

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Live Review: Anchor Point WHP

Megan Matthews reviews the latest WHP instalment, featuring Mura Masa and Bonzai

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Top 5 Craig David songs

In anticipation of the R’n’B legend’s upcoming appearance at Manchester’s Warehouse Project, Yasmin Duggal counts down David’s top 5 tunes

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Review: WHP – Floating Points

Despite the overcrowding, Alfie Habershon still managed to have a good time

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A South side showcase: Chicago hip-hop comes to Manchester

Chance the Rapper and Mick Jenkins bring Chicago to Manchester for the weekend, writes Harrison Kersey

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Live: Ninja Tune – Warehouse Project

Oscar Talbot goes undercover to a sinister world of loud bass and murky corners at Ninja Tune’s Warehouse Project

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I went to Warehouse Project sober, and loved it

Head Lifestyle Editor Rachel Adams proves that you don’t have to drink to have a good time on a night out—here’s her review of a sober night out at Warehouse Project