In:Motion has announced phase two of this year's programme, revealing events all the way up to the end of November. Highlights includes performances by Mount Kimbie (live) in the Marble Factory, Gorgon City, Shapes and Percolate. Drumcode is also set to take over Bristol's largest warehouse space in the coming months.
On Thursday November 2 Mount Kimbie will play in Motion's second room in what will be the first chance for fans to hear tracks from their soon-to-be-released third album, 'Love What Survives'. On Friday Andy C and Ant Miles' seminal drum 'n' bass label RAM Records takes over Avon Street with Rene LaVice, Killbox and Frankee.
Adam Beyer (pictured) will bring one the season's strongest lineups to Motion on Saturday November 4 as he arrives in Bristol joined by Ida Engberg, Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika and B.Traits. On Friday November 17 London promoters Percolate bring Bicep, who will be fresh of the release of their debut album, Leon Vynhall, Mano Le Tough and Avalon Emerson among others.
Friday November 24 will see Gilles Peterson's Worldwide FM take over Motion with an diverse lineup featuring sets from Julio Bashmore, Moxie, Session Victim, Admin and a Boogie Nights takeover in The Tunnel with Throwing Shade.
These acts join a programme that already boasts opening events with The Martinez Brothers, Jackmaster, My Nu Leng, TC and Breakage.
Buy tickets and view the full In:Motion programme series via its website.