Jamie xx and Major Lazer have also been announced for the WHP’s autumn season.
Manchester clubbing institution The Warehouse Project celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and will kick off its celebratory year with two special shows held in conjunction with the Manchester International Festival in July.
Friday July 17 sees a live show from Four Tet, with support from former Battles member Tyondai Braxton and Koreless. Saturday July 18 is a night of full-on clubbing with a joint set between Carl Craig and Underground Resistance’s Mike Banks, DJ Koze, Joy Orbison, Kyle Hall, Midland, Maurice Fulton, Jacques Greene, Mr Ties, Space Dimention Controller and live sets from from Octave One, Paranoid London and Dark Sky.
The two events are in addition to the WHP’s regular season, and will take place in Manchester’s Mayfield Depot. The collaborative shows also mark 10 years of the Manchester International Festival, and follow the success of previous MIF shows at Mayfield Depot including 2013’s Massive Attack v Adam Curtis – tickets for those events go on sale on May 8 via the Warehouse Project website.
The Warehouse Project’s full 2015 season will run throughout the autumn, starting at the end of September and running until January 1, 2016, but will not take place in Mayfield Depot. Though the full line-up and location is yet to be announced, organisers have revealed details of two shows taking place on October 16. Major Lazer will perform at the Manchester Academy, while Jamie xx will support his forthcoming debut album In Colour at Manchester’s Albert Hall – tickets for those go on sale tomorrow (May 1) at the Warehouse Project website.