Once again, The Warehouse Project has continued to deliver a stellar season at the Depot, but here’s one of many elements that have stood out. Mostly known as the Depot’s second room, the multi-tiered Concourse had its own event for the first time when WHP collaborated with Boiler Room to bring you Daniel Avery and Helena Hauff in November and it’s just been announced that next spring it’ll host its own series of intimate shows.
Joining forces with Broadwick Live who are responsible for Field Day, Printworks and Hideout, the bill features showcases from forward thinking promoters local and beyond, extended sets and artist-curated line-ups.
Manchester veterans Zutekh, who have spent more than 10 years filling your social calendar, drafts in Mall Grab and Special Request for some celestial house and drum’n’bass with breakbeat techno, while high-octane bass is on offer from Skepsis and Darkzy courtesy of Crucast.
Known for his ravey techno that often calls in funk grooves and jungle beats, Alan Fitzpatrick’s label/events/visual arts project We Are The Brave embraces a huge spectrum of electronic music and presents techno producer Ilario Aliante and Rebūke; promising a concoction of house, techno and rave.
A second dose of bass can be prescribed thanks to Hit & Run, who cut their teeth in Manchester but are now based in Leeds, as Noisia have been invited to perform as part of their farewell tour, with DRS, Fixate and plenty others joining.
More shows are yet to be announced, but don’t hesitate to check out the line up now – or you will be disappointed.
- Edwina Chan
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- Fri 13 Dec 2019