This week sees the continuation of the Warehouse Project with two unique events, the likes of which you are unlikely to see anywhere else. One night of techno, one night of drum and bass, and one unforgettable weekend. Thankfully for those who aren’t lucky enough to be attending, Faux can bring the best sets to you live via our Warehouse Project Stream, in association with Awdio and Resident Advisor.
Stepping up to the stage on Friday are two of the biggest names in techno and Warehouse Project favourites; UK maestro Carl Cox and Sven Vath, owner of the record label Cocoon. Cox is one of the biggest names in UK electronic music today and has wowed crowds at the Warehouse Project and around the audience for plenty of years. Alongside him, fresh from a summer of festival appearances including Hideout Festival in Croatia, Sven Vath remains an ambassador for music of any genre and his stature will not be lost on the audience this Friday with the party set to go on all night.
Following this on Saturday will be a huge night from the drum and bass record label Hospitality, just before its 15th birthday. Not only will there be sets from up and coming stars Netsky and Camo & Krooked, both building huge reputations this year through their phenomenal live performances, but label co-founder Tony Colman will be performing a highly eclectic set as London Elektricity. High Contrast returns in the headline slot once again at Store Street having already gained legendary status among Warehouse Project performances as ‘If We Ever’ is surely one of the anthems of the Projects tenure. Alix Perez and Logistics are firm additions to an already huge line-up and early arrivals will be party to the launch of Camo & Krooked’s highly anticipated new album, ‘Cross the Line’.
So, if you’re crazy or unfortunate enough to have missed out on tickets you better tune in to the live streams below. Headliners will be streamed live from Rooms 1 and 2 from 10pm onwards.