Bristol’s Pressure Dome label will kick off 2020 with a new split EP from Joe Craven and Human Resources, set for release on 7th February.
The label’s third release finds local producer Human Resources and Dialogue party starter Joe Craven offering up two weighty UK techno cuts each, heavy on the bass with flourishes of breakbeat and dub woven throughout.
Crave’s ‘Hurt Potential’ opens the EP with a buoyant, but subtle, rhythm, making for a perfect warm-up to stoke the dancefloor into life early in the night. Check it out below.
Motion Bristol has shared the acts and events kicking off its 2020 season.
Following the end of Motion's In:Motion season, which ran through October to December last year, the club will welcome over 150 artists to the venue in the first part of 2020.
A new 3,500-capacity club has opened in Bristol, Area 404, run by the crew behind the legendary Boomtown Fair, a former Best of British nominee festival.
The venue launched last weekend, kicking off with a huge Halloween party featuring Croydon rapper Nadia Rose, Special Request, dub heroes Trojan Soundsystem, techno-ist Edetto and d&b head Mutant Dance.
Over the summer, trip-hop pioneer Tricky announced that he would be releasing an autobiography called 'Hell Is Round the Corner'.
He's now shared a trailer for the book ahead of its October 31st release. You can watch it below.
Giant Swan have shared a visual accompaniment for '55 Year Old Daughter', the opening track from their debut album, due on 8th November.
"55YOD is the first track on our album and speaks of our love of clattering rhythms and vocals," the duo said of the track in a statement. "The track was composed by Harry and you can tell because it's amazingly funky and has a very loud snare in it. The video takes footage from an inpromptu party we threw in Bristol - it encapsulates an important element of our ethos; dance together with feelings."
Tricky has announced his autobiography, 'Hell Is Round the Corner', which will be published by Blink on 31st October. The title is taken from a track on his first full-length record.
The book will chronicle the Bristolian producer, musician, DJ, singer and MC's childhood and rise to musical prominence, with his influence on UK electronic, experimental and downtempo impossible to understate.
In:Motion has revealed the first wave of acts joining their 10th anniversay season.
Taking place from 28th September to 20th December, the Autumn/Winter season of In:Motion takes place at Motion club in Bristol, which was voted 11th in the DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs 2019.
The opening party kicks off on 28th September with Drumcode Day & Night, featuring Boxia, Nicole Moudaber and Pan-Pot, before MK Presents Area 10 on the 4th October.