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).