Another Enormous Warehouse Project Weekend

DJ Harvey and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs hit Manchester

Posted on Oct 22nd, 2012 in News / By Matthew Bayfield
Another Enormous Warehouse Project Weekend If you've yet to catch any of the massive events thus far in Manchester on the WHP calendar, which have included Rinse FM's 18th Birthday celebrations along with nights including names such as Scuba, TNGHT, SBTRKT, Lone, Richie Hawtin and a thousand more besides, you should be fairly ashamed of yourself. If you have managed to make it down it's probably high time you went back.

Next weekend might be an idea?

On Thursday 25th October the man known as DJ Harvey (pictured) will be returning to good old Blighty, courtesy of the ever reliable Red Bull Music Academy, for a homecoming set of epic proportions: Not only is he probably one of the finest DJs ever to play disco, and not only will he be handling proceedings for the whole night solo, but he is without doubt at the forefront of DJs with impeccably well groomed facial hair. So that's over six hours of non-stop audio magic coupled with the finest facial flock this side of Barry Gibb. Beautiful!

Tickets for Mr Harvey can be purchased HERE whilst beards must be grown at home or purchased from homeless Cubans.

If fine Beardery isn't enough, or if you are more of a ridiculous headwear kind of person, then the obvious port of call on Friday 26th October is the WHP Halloween Special curated by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs; a gentleman whose tunes are generally just as ostentatious as his headwear. Not just sticking to his animal themed friends such as 2 Bears and a DJ set from Edwin of Foals fame, there will also be human folk such as Todd Terje, Drop The Mustard and a live set from Factory Floor to enjoy, so forget going to some tawdry student club in a ridiculous animal onesie. Go to a massive warehouse in a hat that would make most of Ascot swerve the Rolls!

Tickets for TEED's Halloween special can be found HERE

For ridiculous hats we suggest initiative and charity shops.