The annual clubbing series has unveiled the full line-up for its 2018 season.
Set to kick off on 22 September, a sprawling line-up of events will be staged over three and a half months, with live performances locked in from some of electronic music’s finest purveyors.
Artists announced for WHP’s last Store Street season include Call Super, Honey Dijon, Motor City Drum Ensemble, The Black Madonna, Peggy Gou, Bicep (live), Willow, Ross From Friends, Octo Octa and more.
A number of nights will be curated by artists and labels, with Four Tet going back-to-back with Ben UFO as part of his line-up with friends on 6 October. Daniel Avery has curated the programme for 20 October, which will see Daphni and Avalon Emerson at the controls. Furthermore, there’ll be a Swing Ting showcase with Florentino as part of WHP’s Halloween special, and former Crack Magazine cover star Pusha T is set to head up a night called Sounds of the Future on 8 December, along with AJ Tracey, slowthai and Flohio.
Additionally, WHP will host parties on New Years Eve and New Years Day, as well as a selection of closing parties.
This week, the club series announced that, due to the natural evolution of the area, they’ll be relocating from their “spiritual home” on Store Street. The organisers are currently in the process of “discovering new places to dance”.