· Event: In:Motion Saturday Opening Party
· Date: 30th September 2017
· Venue: Motion
· Genre: Bassline/Drum and Bass
· Price: £30.48
· Key Artists: My Nu Leng, Caspa, S.P.Y, Mefjus, Logan Sama
· If You Like: Boomtown festival, Bristol born bassline and drum and bass, Dimension, Skepsis
If you need a break after going too hard during fresher’s week, it’s safe to say you probably haven’t come to the right city.
Motion’s highly anticipated second opening night lands in Bristol this coming weekend.
As usual, Bristol promoters The Blast have put together a dangerous line-up.
Joining alongside this time will be Critical records, for an action packed who’s who of neurofunk drum and bass.
If you’re a fan of bassline, drum and bass, dubstep or anything in between, you’ll have something to dance to.
Room 1 features a headline set from Bristol’s own My Nu Leng and Dread MC, fresh from their intense festival circuit.
The duo's ‘Portal EP’, released in early September, is one of the more innovative drum and bass EPs I’ve heard all year.
I can’t wait to hear their eerie release ‘Senses’ through Motion’s insane soundsystem.
Dubstep champion Caspa also features on the lineup, alongside Matt Jam Lamont, Conducta and Young T.
Room 2 continues the night with a massive headline set from S.P.Y.
If you haven’t seen this guy at work, make sure to be there as his track selection is outstanding.
For those more into futuristic neurofunk, Cyantific back to back with Inside Info could be the set of the night.
That and a feature from Mefjus, a more mellow appearance from Breakage and it all goes together to make this room stand apart.
Motion will cater for all clientele though, so Grime and Bassline promoters Bodynod have put together a lesser known mix of artists in Room 3.
Featuring a headline slot from Logan Sama, a bassline set from Swifta Beater and more from DJ EJ and K Krush.
All in all, this is guaranteed to be a ridiculously heavy, no limits night of pure electronic overstimulation, and it’s certainly not for the faint-hearted.
Written by Adam Taylor - Underground Writer
Edited by Reece Webster - Underground editor