Having torn down Warehouse Project too many times to mention over the last decade, this year Paul Woolford rightly steps up as a resident selector. Whether it’s dropping euphoric piano rolls, clattering breakbeats or sublime techno, Woolford has injected the pure abandon of old skool rave energy into the modern UK dance scene in a way few can match. With a discography spanning 15 years, and a record collection stretching much further, Woolford combines the experience of a veteran with the enthusiasm of a teenager with sets that leap from the familiar to the fresh with pure style.