Loco Dice, Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Maya Jane Coles, Claude VonStroke, Benoit & Sergio, M.A.N.D.Y, Heidi, Nina Kraviz, Scuba, XXXY, Krysko, Damu, Greg Lord, Andro
The Warehouse Project The Warehouse Project 2012
Despite the curtain coming down on The Warehouse Projects former Store Street home forever, the scenes are changing with a new backdrop being put in place for their 2012 performances. On Easter Sunday The Warehouse Project showcases its new venue with a marathon day and night event, with the leading names of the electronic music scene providing the soundtrack. The details of the new location will be announced on the 22nd March, however we are happy to confirm that it will be remaining in Manchester.
The line-up to launch the Warehouse Project into its new era is of epic sizes and proportions. Proceedings are led by German minimal maestro Loco Dice, 2011’s biggest DJ Jamie Jones, fresh from coming top of the Resident Advisor, DJ Mag and Mixmag charts the end of last year and Carl Craig will be presenting 69 Live. Maya Jane Coles who remains to be riding a top a wave of interest also joins along with Ditybird label head Claude VonStroke, Washington duo Benoit & Sergio and M.A.N.D.Y the alias that embodies the mutual talents of childhood friends Philipp Jung and Patrick Bodmer. The female face of dance music and first lady of BBC Radio 1 Heidi joins with the stunning Nina Kraviz who is about to release her debut album on Rekids, man at the helm of the revered Hot Flush imprint Scuba, one of the most exciting new producers to come out of Manchester XXXY plus Krysko, Damu, Greg Lord and Andro all complete the line-up.
The now infamous Warehouse Project has been a revolutionary event for the city since it launched in 2006 and now moves into its third home. The brand was born and raised for the first year in the old Boddington Brewery on the outskirts of the Manchester city centre. For twelve weeks, it was transformed from an abandoned relic of Manchester’s industrial past into the backdrop for the three month run of parties that became WHP06. And now, after five years beneath the streets in the belly of Store Street its time once again to change it up.
The new space is a departure from what went before but The Warehouse Project was started with a genuine desire to keep evolving. All will be revealed in a few short weeks.
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