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The Ware­house Project grinds into life again this week – and for the last time at its beloved Store Street lo­ca­tion. Pick of the events that haven’t yet sold out are Bi­cep’s night (18 Nov) fea­tur­ing Carl Craig and Moody­mann (pic­tured) on the decks to­gether, and Giggs’s UK rap sum­mit with Abra Cadabra, Na­dia Rose and more (13 Oct). Mike

Skin­ner, who re­cently crept back on to the mic thanks to Grim Sick­ers’s bril­liant track Open the Till, joins Pred­i­tah, So Solid Crew and Wookie to toast UK garage (Elec­tric Brix­ton, SW2, Fri). Chillerthan-thou Cana­dian don

Project Pablo hops over for a UK tour, sup­port­ing his new deep house roller Night Shift (Manch­ester, Tue; Bris­tol, Thu; Lon­don, Fri; tour­ing to 29 Sep). For fans of dark, emo­tional un­der­ground techno, Lon­don hosts two great tal­ents this week: Skee

Mask (The Yard, E9, Fri), whose al­bum Shred sounds like it’s be­ing played through a haunted pond, in a good way; and Lawrence, the man be­hind the heart­felt min­i­mal­ism of the Dial and Smal­lville la­bels (Five Miles, N15, Sat).

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