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The Warehouse Project’s annual official opening show Repercussion returned to the Depot, bringing with it a feast of electronic music
Halloween at the Warehouse Project serves dance hits, beats, and breaks, all with incredible production of lighting, lasers, and dancers
Techno takes over the Depot but The Archive steals the show
Ravers of the world unite for Manchester’s Warehouse Project Repercussion, a techno exposé of D&B led gentrification
The Mancunion discusses whether spending you night at The Warehouse Project is actually worth the price
The Warehouse Project has just released the first six upcoming events which will kick start this September. The full calendar line-up will be released in the next coming weeks starting from September 17th until New Year’s Eve. A WHP press release prepares ravers for the long-awaited return to the dancefloor, getting us all ready for […]
The Warehouse Project are seeing the new year in with style with performances from Annie Mac, Hannah Wants, and DJ sets from Rudimental and Groove Armada
Bella Fleming reviews Mura Masa’s upbeat set at the Warehouse Project, including a disappointing set from Black Midi, and the real star of the night Nao
Cameron Taylor looks at WHP’s move to Mayfield Depot
The pills sold to students contained medication for diarrhea and Athlete’s Foot
Aphex Twin delivered a standout performance in one of his duo of shows this year, attacking our senses both sonically and visually, as reviewed by Deputy Music Editor, Alex Cresswell
Crowds swarmed towards the stage for Disclosure, who remained the highlight of the night at Warehouse Project, playing nostalgic hits
Alex Cresswell previews the packed lineups for this years Warehouse Project takeovers
Theo Bennett reviews Sounds of the Near Future at The Warehouse Project, as their time at Store Street comes to a close
Everyone’s favourite pirate radio station – Kurupt FM – is set to deliver a knockout performance at The Warehouse Project, writes Jake Oliver
As the legendary Warehouse Project reaches the end of its Store Street occupancy, Alex Coupe reflects on the past, present and future of Manchester’s most exciting musical extravaganza
The season has started and Manchester is ready, so what’s in Store for WHP17?
Oscar Talbot goes undercover to a sinister world of loud bass and murky corners at Ninja Tune’s Warehouse Project
Bicep fail to flex their muscles, Daniel Avery takes a disappointing ordinary turn, and Andrew Weatherall brings back Madchester, during a strange night of surprises
90’s electronica titans Leftfield took the easy way out with a greatest hits CD soundalike