In:Motion announce over 30 new artists and additional nights to its 2012 stellar line up which kicks off on 29thSeptember and concludes with a bang on 1st January at Bristol’s legendary Motion Ramp Park.
Twenty five unique clubbing experiences across 3 months, featuring 150 of the best artists, DJs, clubbing collectives and promoters are what makes In:Motion a supreme showcase of talent. For events like this I’ve found that getting tickets from StubHub a good solution for those last-minute purchases.
New artists joining the already heavy weight 2012 bill are 2manydjs with a DJ set who step up on the 13th October alongside a crop of DJ’s at the top of their game, including the formidable Riton, Drums of Death (live), and Daniel Avery, whose Fabric Live mix is due out later this year. The Pardon My French boys host The Tunnel, serving up delicious disco for the Mademoiselles.
Bonfire Night’s celebration comes to In:Motion on 3rd November when Gunpowder Plot take over Motion for an evening of musical mayhem from infamous party starters The Dub Pistols and Smerins Anti-Social Club alongside a crazy crew of mischief makers, Sheelanagig, Dutty Moonshine, JFB, Cheeba and the sublime vocals of Gabby Young & Other Animals.
Resident Advisor present a momentous night at In:Motion on Saturday 17th November which reflects the brands global reach with a collection of well-renowned artists from all over the musical map. Stunning sets are guaranteed from Space Dimension Controller, Rustie, Shackleton (live), Blawan, APR101 (live) and Koreless (live). Berlin Techno legend Shed headline the 2nd warehouse. Hosting The Tunnel (AKA the Kellydome) are local boys The Kelly Twins. The main room headliner can now be confirmed as the mighty Sbtrkt playing one of his rare and exclusive DJ sets of this year.
With Fat Boy Slim and Annie Mac Presents nights both selling out in record time, Public Enemy are hot on their heels, having re-entered the charts with ‘Harder Then You Think’, the anthem to the recent Paralympics. Other in demand nights such Hessle Audio, Hospital Records and Funk From The Trunk XXL are also selling like gold dust.