[lnd]The Warehouse Project & Delphic: ACOLYTE - Oct 29

The Warehouse Project & Delphic Present:

Friday 29th October

Plus Special guests to be announced

The Warehouse Project will this year include a special one-off London party, featuring Delphic – one of the hottest bands to emerge from the rainy city in a long time.

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 huge line up from both camps to join them for a huge Warehouse Project show in central London.

Few have managed to successfully combine the disparate worlds of dance and rock music so stylishly and cohesively as Mancunian trio Delphic. Forming in Marple Bridge, they immediately caused a stir and their debut album was hugely anticipated with many in the media predicting massive success.

Acolyte, produced by the renowned DJ and producer Ewan Pearson, effortlessly lived up to the hype surrounding them, displaying a perfect understanding of the dynamics of both the dance floor and the stage. They have toured Europe and the rest of the world almost constantly, their razor sharp live show a perfect balance between electronic innovation and a traditional rock show. They have played most major festivals, including Glastonbury this year, appeared live on Jools Holland, and remixed the likes of Phoenix.

We’re still adding some final tweaks to the line up, all will be revealed soon.

Full Line up to be announced & Delphic will be on stage at 1:00 am

Limited Early bird Tickets £10.00 / £13.50 / £17.50


Venue: Ewer Street Warehouse
Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BL

The Warehouse Project
looks set to blow previous years’ lineups out of the water this October, as London’s Ewer Street Car Park plays host to one of the UK’s hottest live bands – Delphic.

The Warehouse Project – the Manchester music scene’s most anticipated annual event, with more than 25 events around the city across three months – will this year include a special one-off London party, featuring Delphic, with their unique alternative dance sound and inimitable “dream pop” vibe.

This Manchester band have quickly risen to the top of the live music scene, winning huge acclaim around the world this year for their debut album ‘Acolyte’. Fusing dance and rock, their live show goes one better on Friday 29th October, with a supporting lineup that brings together rising stars from both sides of the fence for a huge Warehouse Project show in central London.

Celebrating five years – and bigger than ever, The Warehouse Project is one of the UK’s most celebrated music showcases. And this year, with a lineup that includes some of electronic music’s biggest names, is going to SMASH all previous records. And The Warehouse Project & Delphic Present Acolyte (Delphic live) special event in London is a definite must-see.

Supporting Delphic, Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team have an exciting approach to house and techno – a two-fingered salute to music genre snobbery. Electro pop masters Filthy Dukes join in the party with a dance-meets-live show that will leave you stunned. Santiago and Tom Neville’s Retro/Grade Italo-disco sound brings a touch of modern-old-school to the mix.

The Warehouse Project & Delphic Present… one of the most exciting dance music and live lineups this year.


Delphic live
Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team
Filthy Dukes

Room 2 – Hosted by Adventures in the Beetroot Field

Advance tickets selling fast:


Independent promotions collective AITBF live by the motto 'New Music With Some Reference Points'. Since the beginning, they've thrown a mixed bag of DJs and live acts under one roof to see what happens, always endeavouring to cover as broad a musical spectrum as possible, while somehow maintaining coherent threads. From their annual Easter Thursday Fabric takeover, to curating the biggest tent at Field Day and running grass roots festivals such as Nail The Cross and Stag & Dagger, AITBF have always made their business to cultivate new talent and help them on their way to greatness. An endless list, including the likes of The XX, Florence and the Machine, Boys Noize, No Age, Joy Orbison and the Mystery Jets have come up through their ranks.


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Becoming Real is a young producer based in the suburbs of nowhere, channeling his very own post-apocalyptic vision of London. A haunted and haunting spectre, his self-termed Ghost soundscapes are as much influenced by a conceptual future dystopia as they are by luminaries Zomby & Mount Eerie. Re-imagining the iciest of grime synths through a warped K Records aesthetic, Becoming Real has forged a frozen sound that still retains an unequivocally human touch. Charged with ominous dread, this is music for seas drowned in oil, tar-coated forest landscapes, and a future world of underwater clubs and spooked dancefloors.


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///NO PAIN IN POP\\\ is a New Cross record label that throws parties, whilst holding it together to commit some of the most exciting bands around to wax, such as Nite Jewel, Health and A Grave With No Name. It would be churlish to confine their musical boundaries to the latest buzz-words, so we won't!


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Step forward Mumdance, or Jack Adams, a 26-year-old producer and DJ from Brighton, whose trademark raw, riotous rhythms – drawn from Grime, UK funky, Brazilian baile funk, Caribbean calypso, American Baltimore Gutter, Afro-beat, High life, and Latin ghetto music such as tribal guarachero - have been electrifying dancefloors worldwide over the last couple of years, providing him with a hectic DJ schedule which criss-crosses the globe from Australia, Mexico, North America, Europe & all over the UK.