Manchester’s most famous clubbing experience since the Hacienda was open for business, The Warehouse Project, is bringing its rave energy to London.
Armed with the experience of hosting more than 20 parties for the last three months of the year since 2006, they know how to bring the noise.
On Friday, October 29th Ewer Street Warehouse will host a special one-off show featuring Delphic – one of the most talked about live bands of the year. With a unique alternative dance sound and inimitable “dream pop” vibe, the Manchester band have won acclaim around the world this year for their debut album ‘Acolyte’ fusing dance and rock.
A treat for the south
They’ll be joined by Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team who have an exciting approach to house and techno summed up as a two-fingered salute to music genre snobbery. Electro pop masters Filthy Dukes join will deliver their usual dance-meets-live show while Serge Santiago and Tom Neville’s retro/grade Italo-disco sound will bring a touch of modern-old-school to the mix. Room two will see Adventures in the Beetroot Field take over with their varied dancefloor sounds.
The Warehouse Project is celebrating five years of putting on the best parties in the north: this is set to be a treat for the south.
For tickets and information, go to www.crowdsurge.com/delphic.
The Warehouse Project & Delphic Present
Friday 29th October
Ewer Street Warehouse
Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BL
10pm – 6am
Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team
Room 2 – Hosted by Adventures in the Beetroot Field