Welcome to the Warehouse

On the first weekend of shows at iconic Manchester nightclub The Warehouse Project, techno heavyweights Joseph Capriati and Adam Beyer were joined by Eats Everything, Fatima Yamaha and Ben UFO.

It was a relief to see such a successful night after recent damaging headlines about the state of UK nightlife. The large anticipation for the weekend,  quality of sound and production help to reaffirm that the UK’s nightlife scene is still very much alive and kicking. Fatima Yamaha’s live debut was electrifying, playing 90% of his own tracks, from his albums A Girl Between Two Worlds and Imaginary Lines. Fatima’s finest track, What’s A Girl To Do, seduced the crowd for 10 minutes of euphoric contemplation.

Below we’ve compiled our selection of the tracks that kept people religiously dancing for 11 hours.

Afefe Iku – Mirror Dance

Fatima Yamaha- What’s a Girl To do

Konstantin Sibold – Mutter

Mr. G – Transient

Alter Ego – Jolly Joker (Supermayer Remix)

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