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Preview : Paradise at WHP//Depot Mayfield with Jamie Jones, Hot Since 82 & Nicole Moudaber

This will be one for the history books

Very few brands in the underground world have the emphatic reception from their events like Paradise. After a decade under their belt of pushing electronic music boundaries with each party, you can guarantee this will be another history making chapter in the brand’s whirlwind story. 

Setting up shop as part of the latest WHP season, the famed Paradise will grace a brand new 10,000-capacity stronghold known as The Depot. Head honcho and main attraction for the event which lands on Friday the 6th December, Jamie Jones will again captain the Paradise ship alongside a stellar selection of the world’s leading artists.  

Featuring on the night will be many fan favourites such as Richy Ahmed & Enzo Siragusa, with their dubby low-end sounds and stepping rhythms poised and set to vibrate the floors at Mayfield. At the harder-hitting end, Nicole Moudaber will no doubt be packing the big guns, while Hot Since 82 and Ilario Alicante will be sure to instil the crowd with goosebumps.

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Other must see artists include a huge B2B from two titans of the underground; Detlef & Latmun and the fast rising star Anna wall

Regular sparring partners Detlef & Latmun are well known for their high-energy displays of music, whilst Anna Wall’s rise to prominence recently resulted in a coveted residency at Fabric London.

Some may know that this season isn’t the first time The Warehouse Project has graced the colossal Depot venue. In November 2018, it joined forces with Manchester International Festival for a series of events at Mayfield, including a show-stopping live performance from BICEP. Now their new permanent home for the foreseeable future, the venue itself is set to be one of the city’s most visited rave attractions with Paradise being one of the key dates in the jam-packed programme.

Final tickets available here

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Words : Matt Shipley