_Event: In:Motion - Crack Magazine

_Event: In:Motion - Crack Magazine

CRACK MAGAZINE'S FINEST 

 

Date: Saturday 10 December 22:00 – 06:00

Night: In:Motion – Crack Magazine

Venue: Motion

Genre: Techno, House

Price: £18.40 (2nd release), £23 (Final release)

Artist: Rødhåd, Daniel Avery, Avalon Emerson (+ many more)

 

Motion is putting on a prime showcase of some of the best techno artists around, the likes of which would make Berghain jealous. It’s hard not to get excited for this night.

Rødhåd, Berlin’s purist techno and house specialist, uses the darker and subdued tones of his music to build up to an emphatic display of power, something unreplicated by any other techno artist. His rise to number 20 in Resident Advisor’s Top DJs Poll speaks volumes about his prowess in the techno scene. A must-see for the night.


 

Providing the weird and wonderful audio services for the night is Daniel Avery, a Bournemouth curator of strangely hypnotic and mellow techno. Daniel Avery pushes the limit when it comes to experimenting with his music, giving his listeners something new and unheard of on each track. Famous for his boiler room events, Avery isn’t hesitant to get up close and personal and his set in Motion will display his ability to keep the crowd going strong


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2016’s breakthrough artist Avalon Emerson will be making her presence known in Motion on Saturday. It isn’t often we get to see someone so artistically creative, both in her music and in the way she expresses it through the use of visuals. Her intense shift from serenity to highly complex rhythm patterns are a joy to listen to. This is one you’re not going to want to miss, and keep an eye for Avalon Emerson who is sure to continue growing in fan base.  

THE FIRST TIME I REALIZED THAT A PIECE OF MUSIC THAT I’VE DONE EXISTS IN SOME SORT OF PHYSICAL FORM THAT COULD HANG AROUND ON THIS EARTH AFTER I DIE WAS PRETTY CRAZY.”
— AVALON EMERSON

The Italian duo of Discodromo aim to set high standards on the night, with their expertise in DJing since the 90s, bringing an experienced perspective on house music. 

Serbian DJ Tijana T will be appearing and no doubt there will be some highly quality house music from her. She even does her own vocals. There’s a good reason as to why she’s assumed a resident of Serbia’s Exit festival, and she will make it known on Saturday. 


THE OVERALL THEME FOR THE NIGHT IS A CURATION OF TALENT FROM AROUND THE GLOBE, YET IT IS BRISTOL’S FAVOURITE HOUSE AND TECHNO NIGHTS PARDON MY FRENCH AND BANOFFEE PIES THAT WILL REPRESENT BRISTOL’S LOCAL SCENE AT A STANDARD RIVALLING THE BEST.

Get a ticket for this one or miss out on promising line up.


Darius Ghadiali

(Underground Columnist)