26 Sep Our top 10 highlights from the past decade
This September not only marks the 10th anniversary of the In:Motion series, but the conclusion to a series of events as we know it. Exploring the most innovative corners of electronic music, the series has brought a genre-bending selection of artists into Motion & The Marble Factory over the past decade.
With the final In:Motion season just around the corner, we take a look back at 10 stand out artists that have joined us over the last ten years.
Magnetic Man 24.11.12
The iconic Dubstep supergroup joined us for an era-defining performance in November 2012 as part of a huge Annie Mac Presents line up that featured the likes of Clean Bandit, Redlight, Rudimental and Disclosure.
Carl Cox 5.10.13
The undisputed champion of House & Techno, Carl Cox caused an absolute fuss as he returned to Bristol for the first time in 15 years during our 3rd season.
Fatboy Slim 14.12.13
The legendary Fatboy Slim took to our stage for the first time in 2012 and again on his Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat tour in December of 2013 which coincided with the release of his hit single.
Dixon NYD 2015
Voted worlds number 1 DJ for three years straight, Dixon’s cinematic sound is unmistakable. His set at a Futureboogie night back in 2015 was one we won’t be forgetting in a hurry.
Chase & Status 14.10.16
The Blast took over the warehouse in 2016 bringing the legendary DnB megastars Chase & Status for their very own MTA Records takeover.
Laurent Garnier 6.11.16
Motion celebrated its 10th birthday with a visit from electronic music stalwart Laurent Garnier as he graced the decks at the club for the first time, alongside record label Hypercolour for a joint anniversary party.
Tale Of Us 01.01.17
Tale of Us treated us to a mesmerising performance on NYD in 2017, a clip of them dropping their track ‘The Hangar’ to a backdrop of blinding lasers soon went viral following the show.
The Chemical Brothers 1.12.17
The Chemical Brothers made a galvanizing return to the city to christen the club’s newly renovated Marble Factory, which had been upgraded to utilise the neighbouring warehouse space next door, complete with crisper Soundsystem, immersive lighting and a full 360-degree mezzanine.
Groundbreaking electronic artist Deadmau5 returned to Bristol after a ten-year hiatus, for an explosive show in the Marble Factory that kept the dancefloor pumping from start to finish.
Groove Armada (Live) 29.11.18
Dance legends Groove Armada made a spectacular return to Motion for their first live show in 5 years. Performing in the Marble Factory, the boys delivered an enhanced version of the warehouse vibe that initiated their career, with a smooth mix of live house groove, cut by perfectly timed lasers and real-time infrared in-booth imagery.
We can’t wait to find out what highlights are waiting for us during our final season, which commences this Saturday 28th September 2019 with an unmissable day & night Drumcode marathon. See you in the warehouse.