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