We're now entering the final month of The Warehouse Project 2018, and the series' final ever month at Store Street warehouse.
But before we get all teary-eyed, there's the small case of some parties, including a few series highlights, to come.
So as we enter the final scene, I decided to pick out my five standout nights from what we've still got to look forward to.
Lineup: Robert Hood, Omar-S, Ben UFO B2B Joy Orbison, Helena Hauff, DJ Stingray, Lena Wilikens, Avalon Emerson
An insight into the art of DJing and the craft of some of house and techno's most pioneering names. First up are Detroit icons Robert Hood, Omar-S, and DJ Stingray, who will be giving us their own unique strain of the Motorcity sound, from gospel roots (Robert Hood) to high-tempo electro (Stingray).
Beyond them is the fast and fiery Helena Hauff, as well as a special back to back between the impeccable selectors Ben UFO and Joy Orbison.
Date: Friday 7 December
Sounds of the Near Future
Lineup: Pusha T, AJ Tracey, Slowthai, Clams Casino, Children of Zeus, Flohio, Suspect, Stipesiii
Hip-hop legend Pusha T headlines an exploration into the cutting edge of rap and grime in what will be his debut WHP show. Joining him will be some of the UK's finest MCs, including grime high-flyer AJ Tracey, alongside Slowthai and London's explosive drill group Skengdo x AM.
Date: 8 December
We Still Believe
Lineup: The Black Madonna, Honey Dijon, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Krystal Klear, Jayda G, Bradley Zero, Crazy P Soundsystem, Octo Octa
A night packed full of joy for disco lovers, The Black Madonna curates a billing that is geared all towards the dance. From her fellow Chicago groover Honey Dijon down to the brilliant Motor City Drum Ensemble and the infectious Jayda G, we won't stop moving from start to finish.
Date: 15 December
Elrow presents Psychrowdelic Trip
Lineup: Nic Fanciulli, Heidi, Alan Fitzpatrick, Yousef, Melé, Robert James, Matador, La Fleur
Flamboyant party brand elrow takeover The Warehouse Project this December for a weekend of surreal shenanigans and a healthy dose of house music.
They'll be filling Store Street with all kinds of confetti, inflatables, carnival acts, and booming bass lines for two all-day parties like no other.
Date: 29 and 30 December
New Year's Day Closing Party: End of Store Street
Lineup: The Black Madonna, Hunee, Daphni, Palms Trax, Objekt, Gilles Peterson, Dr. Rubinstein, Shanti Celeste
One simple reason: this will be the final ever Warehouse Project party at Store Street. Literally, don't think I need to say any more than that, to be honest.
Date: 1 January
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