sounds of the near future

Warehouse Project Prepares for Sounds of the Near Future

Victoria Park is bracing itself for the potential highlight of the 2013 Warehouse Project season as it prepares to welcome John Talabot, Flying Lotus, Jamie XX et al, for Sounds of the Near Future. It has been a big month for all involved with Warehouse Project with a new venue all but confirmed and series of live shows rubber stamped for the Albert Hall..and this event is surely a welcome pre-Christmas treat in the making.

There is a myriad of phenomenal DJ’s playing at the event, including none other than Californian producer Flying Lotus. He will be playing sets under his usual mantra as well as his alter ego –Captain Murphy. Supporting FlyLo will be Jamie XX, Rustie, John Talabot and the much loved hoya:hoya family Illum Sphere, Jonny Dub, Eclair Fifi and Jon K as well as many others. Take a look below to see the full WHP: Sounds of the Near Future Line Up…

Young Academic will be reporting live from Warehouse Project, so be sure to check back here for exclusive reviews, videos and interviews very, very soon. We will also be bringing you an exciting update regarding a reported collaboration between Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar..exciting stuff!

All that’s left is to leave you with a few videos from the headliners and wish you the very best of nights. Stay safe folks…..

Sounds Of The Near Future – 13th December 2013

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ROOM 1

FLYING LOTUS

CAPTAIN MURPHY – EUROPEAN DEBUT EXCLUSIVE

RUSTIE

J-ROCC(STONES THROW)

LAPALUX

THUNDERCAT

KUTMAH

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ROOM 2

JAMIE XX

JOHN TALABOT

CASHMERE CAT

ECLAIR FIFI

XXXY

ROOM 3

ELIPHINO

TWO INCH PUNCH

ILLUM SPHERE

JONNY DUB

JON K

CHRIS READ (BBE)

RICH FURNESS & ANDREW HILL

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…it would have been rude not to!

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Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications.

Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learned his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky.

He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs.

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