Starring: Skream, Todd Terry, Maceo Plex, Claptone, Joey Negro, Hot Since 82, DJ Hype and many more
Bristol club Motion have announced their programme events for spring 2018, with plenty of big names to tempt you whether you're a house, techno or D&B disciple.
On a house and techno note, selected highlights of Motion's Q2 programme include: Defected In The House on 14 April with Claptone, Sam Divine, Amine Edge & DANCE and Low Steppa; Dusky's 17 Steps tour on 20 April, with Dusky joined by Alan Fitzpatrick, Hodge and Mella Dee; Maceo Plex on 27 April; Skream and Route 94 on 5 May; Love Saves The Night on 26 and 27 May, with Jackmaster, My Nu Leng and Artwork on the 26th, and Hot Since 82 B2B Heidi on the 27th; Just Jack's Summer Super Slam on 2 June with Omar S, Job Jobse and Objekt; Glitterbox with Joey Negro and Todd Terry, also on 2 June; and MK's Area 10 on 8 June.
Breakbeat lovers are just as well catered for, with Ram Records welcoming Sub Focus and Bad Company UK on 13 April; The Blast's spring carnival with DJ Hype, Congo Natty and Toddla T on 28 April; Darkzy, Friction and Eksman on 12 May; and the Hospitality BBQ with Danny Byrd, London Elektricity, S.P.Y and DJ Marky. Oh, and Love Saves The Night on 27 May as well, where in addition to Heidi and Hot Since 82 you can also catch High Contrast.
For the full line-up of events - which also includes the Rum & Reggae Festival, a Peaky Blinders-themed party and a DJ appearance by Idris Elda - and prices, see Motion's own website.
Pic: Sarah Koury (Entirety Labs)
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