WHP presents.. at The Warehouse Project
minimaltechladwroteThu, 18 Oct 2012Yeah, they scanned the tickets mate.
frydayuk1wroteMon, 15 Oct 2012Can anyone confirm if they scanned the E-Tickets for this night. I can no longer go to 1st Dec and want to pass my tickets onto my friend without me there.
From reading the tickets it sounds like they will scan the barcode.
minimaltechladwroteSun, 14 Oct 2012Nah, not that red faced....not even slightly. Maybe a tinge. My 'source' got it wrong...happens.
Room 1 was far too fucking busy/hot. Couldn't take more than 20 min at a time and didn't attempt to proceed any further than a quarter of the way in. The sound was piss poor as well......needed more speakers in the middle/back. Not just the front. Loco was good, Hawtin was just ok....seen him play much better sets. Kraviz was excellent.....much more room to move/breath/enjoy ones self in Room... More
BevanwroteWed, 10 Oct 2012Does anyone know if the set's were recorded? If so, where can i find them online?
BevanwroteTue, 09 Oct 2012Ahhh Matador was absolutely wicked mate, he really is the perfect warm up for a night like that. I absolutely adore his sound! I still find it quite shocking that he was born just down the road from me in Dublin. When i first heard his music last year, i thought he must be from Berlin as it’s proper twisted minimal. I was there from the start to finish of his set and i’m so glad i got there on time!
Tribal-TrancewroteTue, 09 Oct 2012^ yeh i wasnt expecting that either! it was my first time seeing her, so yeh i understand her style was pretty different (it was late though, she couldn't have really played slower paced housey stuff at that time).
i loved what she did though, she mixed it up a bit and blended a few different styles of techno and tech-house. couldnt really find the space in room 1, so i didnt quite enjoy it as much (i like to have a good dance, which was difficult to achieve in there)
was a bit gutted... More
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