Aphex Twin has announced he will live stream his full Warehouse Project set tomorrow (10th April) at 6pm (BST).
The set, recorded in September last year, will be shared in full via Warehouse Project’s YouTube and Facebook pages. It will also be accompanied by interactive visuals from long-time collaborator Weirdcore.
The news follows Aphex Twin sharing six new tracks on his user18081971 SoundCloud account. He has been uploading music to the channel since 2015.
The Warehouse Project presented two epic opening events at its new home last weekend.
Leaving WHP's original Store Street venue in 2018 for the 10,000-capacity Depot at Mayfield this Autumn/Winter, Friday night saw the first event curated by Aphex Twin, who performed an A/V show, alongside performances from a host of artists including Nina Kraviz, Lee Gamble, Renick Bell, and 33EMYBW.
Nina Kraviz's has shared her full set from the Warehouse Project opening party on Friday night.
The annual Warehouse Project events take place every Autumn/Winter season in Manchester, and this year opened at a brand new venue, Depot.
Nina Kraviz has shared the video for her new track, 'I Want You'.
The cut is taken from a forthcoming EP on her label трип, 'stranno stranno. neobjatno', which will arrive on 22nd July.
The Russian DJ and producer made the three new tunes available to pre-order last week.
The Warehouse Project (WHP) has released the first run of shows for its Autumn series after announcing its new 10,000 capacity venue, Depot.
Having held its final season in Store Street last year, WHP's new home is a disused railway depot abandoned since 1960, and is being transformed into a multi-facetted venue, beginning with Manchester's Gay Pride in August before WHP takes over from 20th September to 23rd November.
Clubbing and iconic images tend to go hand in hand. From fabric’s provocative artwork to Ministry of Sound’s infamous crowned gates, the electronic music landscape has long been a place of memorable artwork and imagery.
A new book, Clubbed, is set to give these and many other designs their dues. A Kickstarter project by Rick Banks that aims to highlight and celebrate some of the scene’s most iconic imagery, the book will feature logos, posters, photography, tickets, menus, cover art, signage, lanyards, fonts and, yes, flyers from the last 35 years.
Secret Solstice festival has revealed the final line-up additions for 2017, including a Warehouse Project takeover of the Hel stage with Thugfucker, Kiasmos, Exos and more.
The Icelandic fest, which takes place in Reykjavik from 15th to 18th June, already has a jam-packed line-up featuring the likes of The Prodigy, Kerri Chandler, Seth Troxler, Dubfire, Dusky, The Black Madonna, Soul Clap and SHADED.
Pretty much the whole of clubland was appalled when Fabric had its license revoked a few months back — after all, if Fabric could be closed so easily, what hope was there for other clubs?
So pretty much the whole of clubland united behind Fabric’s #saveourculture campaign to have their license reinstated, and there were joyous celebrations when the campaign was successful.
Warehouse Project has announced the line-up for its 12 week 2016 edition, which takes place at their Store Street venue between Friday 23rd September and Sunday 1st January.
This year Warehouse Project will also host individual events at Manchester Academy, Old Granada Studios and The Albert Hall.