Over in Concourse, Folamour, Joy Orbison, Jayda G, Romy, Daphni, Logic1000, SNO and Aletha are set to show off their skills — while at the Archive you can catch, Gracie T b2b Djpriya, Jossy Mitsu, Two Shell, Ela Minus, Elkka playing live, Barry Can’t Swim and Anish Kumar.
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Set up alongside Virgin’s music label, this marks the launch of a brand new record label coming 20 years since the party promoters first launched their iconic nights at Brick Lane’s 93 East.
“After a chance meeting with an artist manager friend while running along the canal in Hackney Marshes, I was introduced to the legendary Jim Chancellor, MD of Virgin Music Label and also Fiction Records, after a fair few lockdown zooms, Eat Your Own Ears Recordings was born,” said Eat Your Own Ears founder Tom Baker.
Tom also added that the forthcoming compilation album will include both unreleased and exclusive tracks from a long list of artists: “it will be a mix of exclusive new tracks, unreleased tracks, and tracks from artists on the EYOE roster past, present, and future.”
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This will be one of the duo’s only shows in the UK in 2022, and they say that “shows at The Warehouse Project are always one of the highlights of [their] year”.
Find out more about Eat Your Own Ears Recordings here.
View the WHP22 calendar and buy tickets for EYOE, Camlephat and more here.
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