HAAi will have performed four times at The Warehouse Project by the end of the season, spanning different sub-genres of electronic music. From punishing tech well as driving melodies, which has found her collaborating with The Chemical Brothers, Daniel Avery, and Fraser T Smith. Also dropping two EPs over lockdown.
She discusses with Dazed magazine the playfulness and experimentation in an expanding world of queer club music.
“I realised recently that so many artists I love and who make incredible music, happen to also be queer,”
"[HAAi is] due to go b2b with the latter at Warehouse Project’s Bicep Weekender on December 4. “I’m excited... and a little nervous,” HAAi admits, “but we have four hours and a lot of common ground in the music we love. She’s a close pal so I’m sure we will have many laughs.” The following week (December 10), she’s due to play a set headlined by her collaborators, the Chemical Brothers, with her mentor of sorts (The Blessed Madonna), Overmono, and Special Request also set to spin. As the Manchester party series rolls into the new year, other highlights include Faithless, Jon Hopkins, Loraine James, and more.
Tickets for her show with The Chemical Brothers show on December 10th are still available HERE
Read the full Dazed article here HERE