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Last weekend at Warehouse Project in Manchester proved to be one of the best nights out we’ve ever had.
Fry brought yet another stellar line up of DJs and producers, who find their music on the breakbeat continuum, to Old Red Bus station on Saturday.
Hosting a crowd with a taste for body rattling breaks, License to Jungle began their two week residency in partnership with Coco Bryce on Friday – and it didn’t disappoint.
On the Monday of Fresher’s week, Johnny Marr returned to Leeds for the opening night of his tour.
This September, Wakefield was once again riddled with indie kids and live music fans as Long Division Festival returned for the tenth time.
On the 12th November, Jamie xx will take on The Warehouse Project for his own specially curated event.
There are artists with devout, cult followings in their local area, and then there’s the Courteeners. Alternating between Heaton Park and Old Trafford Cricket Ground, the band returned to the latter for their customary outdoor […]
Crash Records’ album release shows have always been some of the not-so-hidden gems in the Leeds live music scene. Illustrious artists in an intimate setting, with the ticket price seeming almost too good to be […]
The Warehouse Project, the mesmerising series of club nights in Manchester, returns with an announcement for even more new shows. Details for phase two of the WHP21 program have officially been revealed to the public. […]
Rishi Shah reviews the Leeds-based festival Slam Dunk.
Jay Fullarton gives us a glimpse at Four Tet’s upcoming DJ set in October.