_Opinion: In:Motion - Hospitality

_Opinion: In:Motion - Hospitality

MED SCHOOL GRADUATE

Hospital Records and Bristol’s love affair began at Thekla, 10 years ago, when a few of the current Med Schoolers (Med School is Hospital Records’ more experimental sibling) were still prepping for their end of year exams.

Now at Motion, we get to see DnB behemoths like Netsky performing alongside newer producers such as Frederic Robinson. This is exactly what makes Hospital Records and Med School special: every DJ has a massive amount of respect for one other. For the dedicated fans who turned up early Hospitality and Med School had some (oddly tropical) tuneful tracks by Frederic Robinson and Hugh Hardie.

 

 

FREDERIC ROBINSON SHOWCASED A VERY CHILLED OUT SET WITH COMPLEX SYNTH LAYERS CONTRIBUTING TO HIS SOULFUL LIQUID FUNK VIBE

In contrast to the slower, relaxing beats from earlier in the night, the heavier and more aggressive sounds from S.P.Y’s set gave hardcore DnB lovers something to skank to at approximately 1 million beats per minute

This was the part where you and your mates give that grin of approval to each other while he transitions to an even rougher, more offensive and ravey bassline.

The highlight of the night was Keeno’s spine-chilling performance.

A new resident of Bristol, Keeno, made sure that his city went home feeling lucky to be a part of this growing movement in music. The orchestral themes above his robustthrobbing pulses made his music resonate with the heart and soul of liquid DnB fans.

Check out his track ‘Nocturne’ which demonstrates the aforementioned qualities:

 

One of the most varied and respected events In:Motion and Hospitality have to offer, a must for anyone looking to experience the best of Motion and the unique liquid DnB sound of Hospital Records.

Darius Ghadiali