The night promises the best in cutting-edge drum ‘n’ bass, jungle, dubstep and UKG across the three stages of Depot, Concourse and Archive.
Speaking about the show, Nia Archives said: “Am so buzzin to curate UP YA ARCHIVES at The Warehouse Project in December!! Manchester is a special place to me and am so gassed I’ve got to book so many of ma favourite artists + DJ’s to play alongside me, can’t wait! Tickets on sale Friday @ 10am!!”
Manchester’s own Interplanetary Criminal has been tasked with organising the Concourse arena’s roster. The speed garage sensation has invited Skream, Sammy Virji, BLUMITSU (Jossy Mitsu & Bluetoof), Chloé Robinson and more to join him.
This won’t be Skream’s only appearance of the final stretch of the WH23 season, with a special Seth Troxler versus Skream set lined up, alongside appearances from Skepta and Anz at Circoloco’s takeover in late November.
Manchester party Hit&Run is curating the Archive dancefloor, with Tim Reaper, DJ Flight, Breakage, and a host of MCs including Fox, Sparkz and Strategy among the performers.
Warehouse Project have also announced a collaboration with London’s independent label and fashion provocateur Sports Banger. Johnny Banger, founder, curator and raver, has designed a capsule collection for WHP23 merchandise. The Sports Banger founder declared the collab “an exciting project” that nods to “The Warehouse Project and its home city Manchester”.
The Sports Banger x WH23 merch will available from the September 29.
You can purchase the collection and sign up for the UP YA ARCHIVES show at The Warehouse Project here.
See the full 2023 listings for Warehouse Project here.
Tibor Heskett is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter
Written by: Tim Hopkins