Bristol In:Motion Tickets Now Available From All Outlets
The announcement of In:Motion’s 2011 programme has certainly put Bristol on the map like a brightly lit beacon, letting everyone know where the party is at. With nine weeks of events and countless acts, there is still more to get pulses racing as they announce the full line-ups for Annie Mac Presents and Bristol’s own Run.
In addition to being one of only a handful of internationally known female DJs today, Annie Mac’s resume boasts a range of accomplishments, from hosting several popular Radio 1 shows in the U.K., to presenting music-oriented TV shows for the likes of MTV and the BBC as well as DJ’ing in clubs around the world with her hand-picked and renowned, rotating “Annie Mac Presents” talent roster. On the 4th November she comes armed with friends and skill as she is joined by the likes of Sheffield’s Toddla T, Emalkay and the mighty 2 Bears who will be embracing the room with one of their famous Bear Hugs.
Organised by the team behind D*Style Recordings, Run have become the best-loved brand in Bristol’s drum and bass scene and bring their show to the
sprawling skate park on the 11th November. Previously held every Tuesday at Bristol’s Native club, Run played host to huge acts such as Roni Size, Adam F, TC, Marky, Chase & Status and High Contrast. Witnessing these titanic line-ups in such an intimate venue gave Run an atmosphere like no other and
helped it earn the award for UK’s best drum and bass weekly. Now a regular date in the Motion calendar, they’ve found a venue big enough for their personality. Rusko, Gemini, Andy C and Grooverider all join forces and head down for one of Run’s biggest shows in their hometown.
At the core of In:Motion’s success is its musical diversity and abundant energies brought in by a dynamic family of associated brands across a vibrant sprawling space. Taking over the Tunnel on the 8th October is the city’s debut of Heidi’s Jackathon through which she has been spreading classically-rooted, unpretentious house music on a global-scale and brings down Jamie Jones and Bristol’s own Waifs & Strays for the occasion.
London’s Trouble Vision leave their home at Corsica Studios on the 29th October to light up the Cave with their renowned genre-smashing approach to club nights. Entering into the Cave on the 4th November is Cardiff’s C-Y-N-T who bring a night of their jacked up itchy glitchy electronic beats with the illustrious Cadenza touching down to showcase their talent on the 18th November. James Holden’s Border Community arrive on the 25th November and acclaimed London DJ collective Horse Meat Disco escort their rare disco, ‘80s boogie, electro, fresh edits and all-new dance-floor discoveries to the Cave on the 26th November. Also expect enthralling visits from Just Jack, Bass Ache, Idle Hands, Simple Things, Farr Festival and Tayo’s Night Freshtodeath throughout the season.
With Motion now firmly established as one of the most exciting and unrivalled clubs in the UK, the In:Motion team have produced a virtual tour to give you an insight of the variety it holds within the space. By following the link you get to take an in-depth look around The Main room, The Cave, The Tunnel and social hub The Court Yard and see how Motion provides a unique backdrop for an explosive autumn season of seminal events.
Take The Virtual Tour: www.bristolinmotion.com/index.php/tour