September 1, 2010 14:32

Delphic to play Manchester's Warehouse Project's first London show

Plus Skream and Benga announce Manchester Warehouse Project gig

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Delphic are to play Manchester's Warehouse Project's first London gig this October.

The band will play live at the October 29 event, called Acolyte, also the name of their 2010 debut album.

The event takes place at Ewer Street Warehouse in south London. More acts are due to be announced for the night in due course.

Meanwhile, a Warehouse Project event in Manchester this December is to be presented by Skream and Benga. It takes place at Store Street, underneath Manchester Piccadilly Station, on December 15.

The line-up for the Skream and Benga presents night in Manchester is:

Ms Dynamite
Jack Beats
Toddla T & Redlight present the Roller Express
Shy FX
The Gaslamp Killer
Geeneus ft Tippa
Rich Reason
MC Dynamite
MC Youngman
MC Dread

To check the availability of The Warehouse Project tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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