Photo credit: Alex Paterson via High Tide.

Dirty Box Promotions have announced a series of warehouse events that will use a large and well-equipped (Funktion-One) space called The Mo’club. The event series is simply named The Warehouse and will see collaborations with both international and Southampton-based brands (namely, they’re coordinating with High Tide). Six parties have been announced, spanning September through to November.

First up is a freshers ‘moving in’ party on the 21st of September where DBP are showcasing some of Southampton’s homegrown talent: Jamie Ings, Adrian Murphy,  DJ Ratzi + MC Foxy, Foxy (DBP Resident), and the High Tide DJs. The lineup for room two is yet to be announced. More info can be found on Facebook and tickets are available via Fatsoma or as part of Solent SU’s AAA pass.

Next is MK, presented by High Tide on the 12th of October. MK (Marc Kinchen) is responsible for creating some of the defining sounds and biggest tracks of the early house. He has worked with the biggest international artists from Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z to Rihanna and Beyonce, but has also retained near unprecedented levels of credibility within the underground dance music scene. The full lineup will be announced soon, but the poster teases that there will be a special guest. Tickets via Fatsoma.

The third warehouse party will be hosted by Pete Tong on the 19th of October. Self explanatory, this one. Support will come from No Artificial Colours, with more acts to be announced. Tickets via Fatsoma.

After Pete Tong comes a Halloween special. The Warehouse will be part of a multi-venue party hosting the likes of Jaguar Skills, Mosca, and Hannah Wants. More details will arrive soon, but expect all of these brands and venues to be involved: DBP, Orange Rooms, Café Parfait, RoXX, Revolution, 90 Degrees, Prohibition, Tokyo, Aura, The Warehouse, and Oceana. Tickets are being sold via Fatsoma.

Saturday the 2nd of November will be a Hot Creations showcase featuring Richy Ahmed, Miguel Campbell, Infinity Ink, and Russ Yallop. Hot Creations is co-owned by Jamie Jones and Lee Foss, and is a groundbreaking independent dance label that has gained global notoriety in recent years through pioneering a new and unique sound born of it’s founders deep affinity with old disco records and soulful beats. Tickets via Fatsoma.

As for other warehouse parties at The Mo’club, DBP are also planning a huge NYE event which will be announced soon. Tickets via Fatsoma

More details via Dirty Box Promotions. Contact Ryan Keary for more information.


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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.