Monday, 17 October 2011


Warehouse Project, Manchester
Are you and your friends After Hours Athletes? VICE and PUMA have got together to pay homage to the less championed of the nation's teams. The ones who play best after work: your After Hours team.

VICE & PUMA have partnered 'Warehouse Project' this year for an amazing series events; the next being October 22nd.

For the chance to win tickets for you and three mates just head to the competition page HERE.


October 22nd Lineup:

High Contrast
London Elektricity
DJ Marky
Camo & Krooked Live
Ft Ayah Marar
Alix Perez
Dark Sky
Alexander Nut
Rich Reason

Hospital Records is widely regarded as one of the best drum and bass labels in the world, releasing quality music for over 15 years now. Their Hospitality events have become known for some of the most diverse and excitin line ups of talent from various scenes, so it is no surprise that they have brought together such a fantastic group of artists for what will be their last party at Store Street. The label is known for its ground breaking liquid funk releases, putting out wildly innovative drum and bass that takes influences from house, soul, funk and jazz, so it’s fitting that one of the pioneers of the sound, High Contrast, will be headlining, joined by the ever popular Brazilian superstar DJ Marky. Label co-founder Tony Colman’s highly revered London Elektricity will be dropping a typically diverse and entertaining set, as will some of the younger stars of drum and bass from around Europe such as Netsky, Alix Perez and a live show from Austrian duo Camo & Krooked. Swamp81 boss Loefah is joined by fellow legend Pinch, with hotly tipped trio Dark Sky also joined by one of Rinse FM’s most exciting and innovative DJs Alexander Nut.

View the full WHP 2011 Lineups HERE:

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