Motion Presents are firm favourites on Merseyside for consistently bringing top quality parties, atmosphere and tunage to their discerning clientele - all for an affordable price.
There was the Summer party on July 27th in Liverpool's Fallout Factory Gallery, and this September the Motion Presents team bring the party to London's Sidings Warehouse for the first in a series of shows in the capital over the coming year.
Already established as purveyors of all things great in the worlds of techno, house, and underground electronica, expect this to be the backbone of the music on offer across these 2 parties.
The Sidings Warehouse in London Bridge, offers the perfect London home for Motion Presents. It's a secret gem in the heart of London Bridge, just 5 minutes from the Shard and Borough Market with excellent transport links. Importantly it's a great space that's able to pique the interest of the clubbing fraternity. Couple that with a line-up to rival any in the 'smoke and you are on to a winner.
LONDON LINE UP:
Darren Emerson, Butch, Wez Saunders b2b Mark EC, Noisy Audio b2b Thomas Skurtz
Very Special Guest (tbc), Carlo Gambino, Jimmy Allen, Corbeau
Date: 27th September 2013
Ticket price: £10
Time: 10 - 6am
Venue: The Sidings Warehouse, London SE1
Darren Emerson remains one of the UK's favourite DJs with legions of fans that have been supporting him for over 20 years. He continuously travels the world and now also hosts his own Deftone club nights at East Village in London.
Bulent Gurler, more well-known under the name Butch has released over 100 tracks in five years and has his debut coming later in the year. He's most comfortable behind the decks and his sets always push the boundaries of electronica.
Wez Saunders is best known as the label manager of the much-acclaimed Endemic Digital Inc, where he runs Endemic Digital, Unrivaled Music & Sounds of Juan record labels. He's going back to back with Mark EC.
Founding partner and resident of Motion Presents, Noisy Audio is the pioneering party starter once again brings a perfect mix to the show, splashing out wall-to-wall snares, brilliant basslines and quirky vocals. He's going Back to Back with Berlins finest Thomas Skurtz.
** A very special headliner for the second room will be announced soon.
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