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Four Tet

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CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.



Four Tet

Four Tet

CARIBOU + THEO PARRISH
JAMES HOLDEN + JAMIE XX
MOUNT KIMBIE + ZOMBY + ACTRESS
JAMES BLAKE + NATHAN FAKE
ROCKETNUMBERNINE + EYOE DJS
NOW WAVE DJS + RICH REASON
The Warehouse Project

Saturday 20 November 2010

£17.50

Eat Your Own Ears and Kieran Hebden put together an incredible roster of talent for a one off special at Warehouse Project 2010. The sheer breadth and variety of the acts performing on the night mirrors his wide range of influences and musical touchstones as an artist himself. From live experimentation and freeform jazz, to luminaries of the deep house and minimal techno scenes and the latest crop of post dubstep producers from the UK, all the acts share a common trait with the headliner, showing no fear of pushing musical boundaries and forms to their limit.

As well as a headline live performance by Four Tet himself, he is joined by labelmate Caribou and Detroit legend Theo Parrish will be flying in for one of his famed sets. Border Community’s James Holden and Nathan Fake will both be playing, as will precocious WHP resident Jamie XX and the enigmatic man in the mask Zomby. Up and coming young producers such as Actress, James Blake and Mount Kimbie all represent the generation of UK talent that came after Four Tet, all owing him a creative debt for paving the way forward with his illustrious and bold body of work.







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