With this season’s legendary Warehouse Project already underway at Manchester’s Depot of Mayfield, we’ve picked the best of the bunch to get your tooshes to.
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It’s not often you get the who’s who of an entire genre at one party. Consider this a rarity then. Led by the mighty Andy C, whose iconic RAM Records has sat at the head of the drum & bass table for almost as long as people have been getting down to amens and hoover basslines, this team sheet is packed with old school dons and newfound talent alike, with historic back-to-backs abound.
Line-up: Shy FX, David Rodigan, D Double E, Jamz Supernova, Mungo’s Hi Fi, Randall, Rich Reason + more
WHP’s final drum & bass show of the season will see Shy FX headline Victoria Warehouse on Friday 6th December. The event is a full 3 room takeover of Victoria Warehouse which is their first since 2014. With Shy FX headlining and curating room 1 which features David Rodigan, D Double E, Tiffany Calver, Jamz Supernova and Mungo’s Hi Fi, other acts on the bill include Chimpo, Eva Lazarus, DJ Q, Randall, Rich Reason.
Line-up: Slowthai, Fredo, Mike Skinner (DJ set), Casisdead, Flohio, Kojey Radical, Children of Zeus, Tiffany Calver + more
The Warehouse Project are to host Mercury Prize Nominee Slowthai’s biggest headline show to date on Saturday 7th December, co-curated by Highsnobiety. Celebrating the best of British alternative music, rooted in rap, grime and hip hop, the show will also feature Fredo, Flohio and Mike Skinner amongst others.
Keep your eyes peeled for photos of the WHP events from exciting new photographer, Cicely-Grace Ellison
Nikki has worked in various positions in the Music industry for over ten years including Artist Management, Booking Agency and Record Label Management. She runs Synchronicity, Spentshell, UKBM and Manages Flowdan.
“Bass does something to me. I absolutely immersed myself in Drum & Bass during my teens and early twenties, and when Dubstep came along I was thrown into that love once again, not just the music, but the whole community surrounding it.
Working in the industry has been a dream for me, and being involved in such a vibrant scene means that I constantly come across incredibly talented individuals who I just want to shout about and that’s what I use the UKBM platform for, to promote talent whether known or new.”