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Warehouse Project streamline output

By | Published on Friday 25 October 2013

Warehouse Project

The Warehouse Project has announced that it will be scale back its output in 2014, and “take a break from the current format” with its events.

The announcement came as the dance-music promoter announced the line-ups for its end of year parties, which will feature Annie Mac, Sasha, Jamie Jones and Carl Craig. It’s not clear whether commercial, logistical or creative reasons are behind the seven year old promoter’s decision, possibly a combination of all three.

Sam Kandel, Director at The Warehouse Project, issued this statement: “Since it all started we’ve had the privilege of booking almost everyone that we wanted to be part of The Warehouse Project. This season especially, the programme is totally beyond where we ever expected it could go”.

He continues: “WHP has always been about not standing still and has kept that idea at the forefront. We do have exciting plans for 2014 that should continue that ethos and at the same time it feels like the right moment to perhaps do fewer WHP events and take a break from the current format. Reaching the tenth season in 2015 will be a landmark moment for WHP but of course we have some things in the pipeline before we get to that”.

Annie Mac, Sasha, James Zabiela and TEED lead the line-up for the Warehouse Project’s New Year’s Eve event this year, while Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Dixon, Ame, Maceo Plex, Ben UFO and Joy Orbison head up the promoter’s New Year’s Day listings.