On Saturday the 16th of December, Warehouse Project in Manchester is hosting one of its final and biggest nights of the season. The event – that runs for the final 4 months of every year – is being taken over by Glasgow’s Jackmaster and his music label, Numbers. You might have caught the man himself (currently #2 in RAs infamous Top 100) when he came to Mint Warehouse last year, and if you did you’ll know his set is going to be a real treat.
But there’ll be much more worth seeing than just Jack Revill’s eclectic feel good selections – he’s bringing some true heavyweights along with him. Old timer Robert Hood and 19-year old daughter Lyric will be bringing all things disco and gospel-house to the Store Street venue as Floorplan. You can also catch some of Korea’s finest DJs on the night; Hunee the soulful house producer, or if you fancy something darker, Peggy Gou won’t disappoint. You might have also seen Artwork and Denis Sulta’s very impressive sets in Leeds over the last year, and together they’re sure to be exciting from start to finish.
From the up-and-coming Chilean talent Shanti Celeste, to Germany’s Henrik Schwarz and his always exciting live sets, this is a night filled with DJs from all over the world, bringing an incredibly eclectic range of sound. It’s going to be a night to remember – and being able to see all of it under one roof is why Warehouse Project deserves its reputation.
The night is completely sold out, but keep an eye out for tickets. There will definitely be some poor boy that’s realised it’s the end of term, he’s maxed out his overdraft, and he can’t afford to get his mum a Christmas present. And when he does, you better snatch up the golden ticket.
Words by Abi Wishart