From his world beating breakout hit Promesses to his latest tropical influenced heater World To Me, Parisian Tchami has made his name by lacing his towering productions with a large dose of old fashioned musical craft. His warping bass lines and stuttering lead synths are finely balanced with soulful vocals – an example of classic song-writing being bought, gleaming, into the future. Tchami is joined by a host of his countrymen in bringing the Gallic dance vibes to Store Street.
Jackmaster is currently sitting at #2 in RAs Top 100 DJs poll – and many would say that he’s been placed one position too low. Over the course of a decade, Jack Revill has worked tirelessly, playing around the world and constantly refreshing his set by digging up unsung gems from dance music history and signing fresh talent to the Numbers label. He’s joined tonight by his Numbers comrade Spencer and label artist Dukwa with Floorplan and Henrik Schwarz representing the 90s originators, and the constantly rising Glaswegian young teamer Denis Sulta.
Be Drug Safe – help us to keep you safe. WHP's official partners THINK! recommend planning ahead before starting your night, with a plan for getting home to avoid combining drugs and driving. Click here to find details on trains, trams and buses operating this weekend, and if you need city centre accommodation take a look at our official accommodation partner Staycity.
– PLAN AHEAD – LOOK AFTER EACH OTHER – STAY SAFE
The Warehouse Project does not condone drug taking. However if you have taken something and start to feel unwell please tell a member of staff. The Loop charity operate a welfare area where you can go to sit down and take a break, available beside the Room 2 chillout area.
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