Dance music in Manchester is big business with a storied history, from tales of famous former club The Hacienda, to
As Mayfield closes its doors again ahead of renovation in the New Year, the next chapter for the industrious depot-cum-art space remains unclear… but definitely not unexciting.
The Disabled Learning Rave – set up by Alice Woods in association with Manchester People First – returns to Manchester’s YES as Under One Roof starts a new era.
This autumn the Warehouse Project returns to Manchester for another year with the full season line-up having just been announced.
Don’t ask Skepta if Grime is having a resurgence. In a recent interview with Timeout London, the Tottenham MC made his thoughts on that statement pretty clear.
The series kicks off on Friday 23 September with the WHP’s launch party, headlined by rapper M.I.A and featuring sets from producer Mura Masa and legendary reggae and dancehall DJ David Rodigan.
Manchester International Festival (MIF) had it’s most successful year in 2015 by contributing £38.8million to the city’s economy, according to an independent study.
Manchester dance institution The Warehouse Project have teamed up with MM to sort one lucky reader out with a memorable New Year.
Ecstasy and MDMA dealers are ‘heinous blot on our civilisation’, claims coroner in WHP drug death inquest
Dealers of party drugs were condemned as a ‘heinous blot on our civilisation’ by a coroner at an inquest today after a Warehouse Project reveller died of Ecstasy poisoning during a lad’s weekend.
Guy and friends put on gig. That’s what James Blake’s headline show at the Warehouse Project last Saturday should have been called.
Swedish indie-electro duo, The Knife, took to the stage at Academy One last night in a crazy orgy of electric, energetic eccentricity for one of the last performances of their final tour, Shaking the Habitual: Shaken Up.