1-800 Dinosaur w/ James Blake: The Warehouse Project, Manchester – previewDJ trio to take over legendary club and gig series for one night only.

Saturday 8th November will see James Blake, Dan Foat and Airhead, AKA 1-800 Dinosaur, stage their contribution to the unique and legendary Warehouse Project, Manchester’s flagship season of special gigs and club nights.

Blake, the winner of last year’s Mercury Prize for his album Overgrown, will be playing a live set as well as DJing alongside such names as Klaus, Mala, Frank Tope and Trim.

WHP is returning this year to its “spiritual home” of Store Street, located underneath Piccadilly Station in central Manchester. A cavernous, bare-bones structure of bricks, concrete and little else, it should make the perfect space for Blake’s blissed-out, minimal yet warm electronica.

Tickets are still available at time of writing via the official WHP website as well as other official ticket sellers.

For further information visit any of these places:

thewarehouseproject.comFacebook and @WHP_Mcr.

Now check out James Blake’s Retrograde:

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Will is a Creative Writing graduate with no discernible future. He enjoys rootling around the internet for obscure psych-rock and shoegaze, going to gigs and not much else. You can follow him on Twitter @iamwilldix.

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