Established in 2001, Resident Advisor (RA) is an online music magazine and community platform that's dedicated to showcasing electronic music, artists and events across the globe.
RA combines high-quality writing and film features with listings, directories and industry tools, creating an ecosystem of content and services for over two million readers a month. With an audience spanning music fans, club goers, DJs, producers, venue owners, promoters and record labels, RA plays an indispensable role in supporting the electronic music industry worldwide.
PLAYdifferently / MODEL 1 will become the Technology Partners with Warehouse Project for WHP16. Stand by for an update on this unique partnership...
"PLAYdifferently makes instruments for performing and mixing music. We are founded from the belief that the tools used to mix and perform should be as creative and as unique as the artists who use them. So our name is also our maxim - we help artists to PLAYdifferently.
Our first product is the MODEL 1, a mixer engineered by Andy Rigby Jones - former lead designer at Allen & Heath where he spent 25 years, and co-designed by Richie Hawtin - musician, DJ and technology adventurer.
After two years of development and extensive road testing with many of the most hardworking artists, and in the world’s biggest clubs, MODEL 1 is built to an uncompromising level of quality in collaboration with our manufacturing partners Allen & Heath, based in Cornwall, England."
Coors Light is excited to be working with an event that has such a refreshing take on the club scene and showcases some of the foremost names in music. We are a beer that takes an outgoing, fresh spirit of adventure wherever we go, which is why The Warehouse Project is the perfect partner.
We’re really proud to be working with The Warehouse Project this year. Our passion for music and culture is only fulfilled by working with creative minded and progressive events, ambassadors and influencers which is why this is the perfect environment to reward fans with the best possible experience.
"With music being such an encompassing part of what we do, we’re very excited to be working with WHP. We’ve developed a limited edition tee for WHP goers and are also looking forward to decking out the staff in Hype uniform, and partying!"
Joshua Wilson, from Bury, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2004 at the age of three and following complex surgery, due to the location of the tumour on the brain stem, he was left with complex physical disabilities. Josh, nicknamed SuperJosh, was admired for his smile, strength & determination by many, and over the years the public has raised funds to help pay for specialist equipment and house adaptations needed for Josh.
To celebrate Josh's 13th birthday in August 2013, his family launched The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity which helps children like Josh who have brain tumours and post surgery with advice, support & financial solutions. In its first year, the charity raised over £100,000!
From Christmas 2013, Dawn was told seven times in eight months her son only had 48 hours to live. Josh defied all odds, and turned 14 in August of 2014 but sadly died in November. Since his passing, Dawn and Josh’s other family members have maintained their commitment to his Charity and have remained active and engaged with all of the charity’s supporters.
Last year the Warehouse Project #WHP14 raised an incredible amount towards SuperJosh's fundraising. More so than ever, we are honoured to be a part of Parklife 2015 and one of the chosen charities! Josh was very proud to have Sacha Lord Marchionne as a Patron of his Charity and would love that the event still carry’s his name in some part.
You can donate to The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity by simply texting SJBT13 followed by £1, £2, £5 or £10 to 70070
The Loop provide free, confidential and non judgemental advice, outreach and brief interventions by trained and experienced staff about alcohol, drugs and sexual health, alongside free water and free condoms. We also conduct research exploring issues of health, harm and pleasure. The Loop and Parklife won the 2014 UK Festivals Award for ‘best new technology’ last year for our on-site forensic analysis of samples of concern using FT-IR mass spectroscopy and we will be testing again this year. Please take care and look out for any warnings on social media.
Nightlifematters is a nationwide consumer campaign designed to raise awareness of the countless issues and challenges venues across the UK are currently facing. Over the last few years we’ve watched many well loved venues close due to a variety of issues culminating in what could be called a perfect storm for owners and promoters. Nightlifematters is a series of events over the year designed to rally support, build awareness and celebrate the huge economic & social contribution of night time business. The campaign gives you the opportunity to sign the petition and send an email to your local councillor. In doing so we can begin to make our voices heard. We need your support so join the movement at www.nightlifematters.com