This week sees The Warehouse Project embark on their busiest week of the 2012 season as they host 4 events back to back from Thursday - Sunday.
Thursday sees Soulwaxmas role into Manchester with live performances from Soulwax (Band) and 2manydjs (DJ Set) topping the bill. As ever, the Belgian 4 piece will be bringing along some of their nearest and dearest to finish of their festive lineup including; Erol Alkan, Kindness (Live), Mike Simonetti, Mixhell and The 2 Bears. A little allocation of tickets still remains for this event so if you wish to grab one of the few tickets left do so sooner rather than later to avoid missing out.
WHP - Soulwaxmas
Thursday 13th December
To get you in the mood check out Pete’s new compilation album with Reboot, Future Sounds.
Saturday sees the Damian Lazarus and his Crosstown Rebels bring their infamous Rebel Rave antics to WHP. As one of the stand out shows from the 2011 season, this is set to be something special in the new and improved venue. Damian Lazarus has pulled out all the stops for this show with a monster lineup featuring Maceo Plex, Art Department, Danny Daze, Subb-an, Deniz Kurtel, Clive Hnery, Francesca Lombardo and loads more of the rebel clue with two special guest performances from none other than Sasha and Laurent Garnier! Check the video below for a little look at Damian and the Rebels closing the 2011 show.
Closing the week will be a man who’s input and influence on electronic over the past 25 years has been as important as any others. Laurent Garnier has been pushing the boundaries of electronic music production, DJing and live performances for over two decades and this Sunday’s show at WHP is a special one off all night long set from the French hero himself - which the Boiler Room have managed to snap up for one of their live streams. Tickets still remain but are expected to sell out very soon so if you wish to attend this event we strongly advise buying yours now. This is a ticket only event.
WHP - 25 Years of Laurent Garnier
Sunday 16th December
Article by Alex OgilvieImage courtesy of The Warehouse Project