The Warehouse Project returns to Manchester this fall for another series of electronic and urban club nights based across the city. Showcasing nights with the likes of Floating Points, Annie Mac, Giggs, Jamie xx, Bicep, Drumcode, Dekmantel, Paradise and RAM Records, the series has become a huge part of the UK's music scene and clubbing culture.
And with such prestige and pulling power comes exclusives, meaning as things stand the Warehouse Project is your only chance to see these artists in the UK this year.
The xx man invites a selection of his favourite DJs to Manchester for an all-day party inside Manchester's Store Street Warehouse.
After a hectic year touring as himself and with The xx, his WHP takeover looks set to be a fitting end to the year for the hugely respected DJ and producer.
What night: WHP 2017: Jamie xx on Saturday 11 November
Soulection: Jarreau Vandal & Hannah Faith
Independent LA record label and niche DJ collective Soulection has slowly but surely been becoming one of the world's hottest underground labels, accumulating a huge cult following. Promising to showcase the "sounds of tomorrow", their roster fuses R&B, hip-hop, funk, soul and electronic music into a party mix that is both wild and refreshing.
Hannah Faith, and in particular Jarreau Vandal, are at the forefront of this movement, with label Co-Founder Joe Kay saying the latter was one of his favourites on the current roster.
What night: WHP 2017: Annie Mac Presents Pt. 1 on Friday 6 October
A master in his own right, Jon Hopkins has become a pioneer in his own unique style. Filled with musical innovation and complexity, his sets are an overwhelming experience that speaks to the mind, body and soul.
Also performing will be Eglo Records man Floating Points, hip-hop luminary Madlib, Daphni (AKA Caribou) and Jeremy Underground, who make up a night of forward-thinking and experimental electronic music.
What night: WHP 2017: Curated by Floating Points on Saturday 30 September
Following the release of his highly-acclaimed debut album in July, Mura Masa brings his Anchor Point label to The Warehouse Project.
Characterised by a fusion of leftfield soul, synthetic experimentation, and beats that borrow ideas from trap, rave and grime, this label showcase also includes performances from Bonzai and Nao; the latter recently appearing on a compilation album released by the label.
What night: WHP 2017: Anchor Point on Saturday 21 October
South London born Giggs has stormed to the top of the UK rap scene. His unique, slowed-down flow brought a whole new style to British MC culture, leading to a Top 40 album (Landlord) and collaborations with the likes of Drake.
Determinedly independent and at the pinnacle of his career, there has arguably not been a better time to see rap's man of the moment.
What night: WHP 2017: Giggs on Friday 13 October
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