The Warehouse Project comes to London

The Warehouse Project Manchester kicked off this weekend with a sell-out crowd packing it on all three nights. Artists including Adam Beyer, Eric Prydz, Bassment Jaxx, Felix Da Housecat and Maximo Park all featured across the first weekend stint, and as it stands the vast majority of the Manchester nights have, or are close too, selling out. (which is unsurprising seeing as the ‘house 2010 features probably the best line ups you’re going to find in the UK this year).

But fear not southerners, if you can’t make the trip up the M6 you can still taste a small slice of the action, as this year the Warehouse Project makes its first ever pilgrimage to the capital. Hitting the now iconic Ewer street warehouse on the 29th October are Delphic, who bring their indie/techno hybrid sounds to the capital.

Delphic have quickly risen to the top of the live music scene, winning huge acclaim on either side of the Atlantic for their debut album Acolyte, including the huge singles Counterpoint and This Momentary. Their music draws equally from the worlds of dance music and rock, so fittingly they’ve assembled a line up from both camps to join them for a huge Warehouse Project show in central London.

The line-up includes:

Delphic (Live)
Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team
Filthy Dukes / Retro/Grade / Untold

Room2 / Hosted by Adventures in the Beetroot Field

Early bird tickets have now sold out, but £17.50 Standard Advance Tickets are still available.

Tickets are available at 

Some tickets are still available for several of the Manchester events running later in the year, but we’d suggest you snap them up quick, to see the full programme line-up check out the ‘projects website here.