“For those who never experienced Store Street, you’re in for a treat. For those who were there first time round, you know what’s coming.”
We catch up with upcoming talent Etherwood in anticipation for his set at Hospitality @ WHP.
Tracks not to be missed.
32-year-old hospitalised after taking small amount of drugs with friend
Pickpocket gangs operate in WHP, target 18-21 year olds
Jake Pummintr sacrifices his weekend for an evening of people watching.
Store Street strained under the weight of so many great acts that at times it looked liked it could get no better.
A 5 star review for the Irish-born producer’s second set on British soil in over a year.
Do not panic, you are in the Arts section not Music you haven’t lost the plot. We in the Arts section thought Le Chic deserved a spot in our art-hearts too, they’re more than musical genius’s, they are Le Chic. So crank up your ipod, pop on a head band, whip your hair back and […]
As one of the world’s great music cities, Manchester is packed with great venues. Here’s some of our favourites…
This season, it really has been a case of too many Warehouse Projects, too little time…
Following the recent death of one man and the hospitalisation of several others at the Warehouse Project, it’s more important than ever for students to be aware of drug-taking risks.
32-year-old woman in coma after Friday 4th October show
Drug-testing initiative to take place at club
Week Seven – Friday 9th November
I’m very sorry but the title of this year’s ‘Most Anticipated Resurrection’ must go to the revival of Warehouse Project.
Skrillex may have been dubbed the most hated man in dubstep, but there are nearly 2000 people in Manchester alone who’d disagree following this performance.
A feeling of missed opportunity for the lack of a smashing set that the regulars at WHP have come to expect.