Also on the TWP bill this season are Nina Kraviz, Chase & Status, Disclosure, Marco Carola and many more
Manchester's The Warehouse Project have announced the line-ups for their 2019 season. And following the closure of their long-term home at Store Street, all the action will, as many predicted, be taking place at new Manchester megavenue Depot, which is the work of the team behind London's Printworks and The Drumsheds.
The Warehouse Project 2019 kicks off on Friday 20 September with Aphex Twin Curates, headlined by Aphex himself and Nina Kraviz with support from a dozen more up-and-coming techno and electronica names. The following day (Saturday 21 September), Welcome To Mayfield, er, welcomes Disclosure, Maribou State, Annie Mac, Denis Sulta, Skream, Mall Grab, Mella Dee, DJ Seinfeld, Jayda G, Paul Woolford, Leon Vynehall and many more.
Kaluki are in the house, sorry, depot on Saturday 28 September, bringing (among others) Marco Carola, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Skream, Richy Ahmed, Joy Orbison, wAFF and Pirate Copy with them, while the following weekend Depot is home to bassier pleasures as Metropolis & Wah present Chase & Status, Danny Byrd, David Rodigan, DJ Zinc, Friction, Barely Legal, Dub Phizix & Strategy and many more on Saturday 5 October.
Mura Masa, Joy Orbison and Special Request are among the attractions at Mura Masa pres Raw Youth College on Friday 18 October, Flume plays on Wednesday 13 November and finally Skepta tops the bill on Saturday 23 November.
Tickets for all events go on sale on Thursday. For full details, see The Warehouse Project's own website.
Tags: The Warehouse Project, Depot, Aphex Twin, Nina Kraviz, Disclosure, Maribou State, Annie Mac, Denis Sulta, Skream, Mall Grab, Mella Dee, DJ Seinfeld, Jayda G, Paul Woolford, Leon Vynehall, Marco Carola, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Richy Ahmed, Joy Orbison, wAFF, Pirate Copy, Chase & Status, Danny Byrd, David Rodigan, DJ Zinc, Friction, Barely Legal, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Mura Masa, Joy Orbison, Special Request, Flume, Skepta