Event Preview: Daniel Avery, Perpetual, The Marble Factory, Bristol

Daniel Avery hits Perpetual in Bristol this February, as part of their Winter programme. The Waveform Transmitter’s Andy Weights has the details, plus more, inside.

Daniel Avery hits Perpetual in Bristol this February, as part of their Winter programme. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Andy Weights has the details, plus more, inside.

Steeped deep in the Bristol nightlife folklore, influential underground clubbing venue, Motion, have announced they are to begin a new in-house event series, Perpetual. Showcasing some of the most exciting and respected acts in house and techno.

Perpetual will be held in the clubs brand new Marble Factory space, with upgraded immersive lighting and a crisper soundsystem, to rave your worries away.

Daniel Avery will set the decks spinning on Saturday 24th February with an all night long set that sees him return after his sold-out show of 2016. Throughout Daniel‘s years behind the decks he has forged a formidable reputation and whenever he has played extended sets he never ceases to amaze dancefloors with a mix of heavy hitting house and propelling techno cuts, creating an electric atmosphere of cutting-edge selections, guaranteed to keep you going ‘till the early hours.

Next up, Saturday 3rd March sees an artist who’s held the Number 1 spot in the Resident Advisor DJ Poll for four years in a row; Dixon. His ability to fuse many styles of dance music has helped him rise to the forefront of electronic music and he will be playing an extended set as part of Perpetual alongside DJ Tennis and Trikk

Cutting unique sets that are paved with 20 years of contemporary music experience, from futuristic Italo-disco and electronica to glitchy house and quirky techno, Roman Flügel is one of the biggest names in German electronic music. On Saturday 31st March, Flügel takes control of the third show of the Perpetual series, playing all night long.

Friday 27th April sees the musical machine that is Maceo Plex jump on the Perpetual decks for an extended set, he is without doubt a true master of his art, he gained popularity in the early 90s rave culture conjuring techno, electro, and house mixes. Now, the Ellum Audio label chief’s musical knowledge and irresistible, genre-spanning production, revolves around his devotion to futurism and fashioning sounds that continue to destroy dance floors.

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY | Daniel Avery 22:00 – 06:00 (Tickets here)

SATURDAY 3RD MARCH | Dixon, DJ TennisTrikk  (Tickets here)

SATURDAY 31ST MARCH | Roman Flügel (Tickets here)

FRIDAY 27TH APRIL | Maceo Plex (Tickets here)

Address: 74_78 Avon Street, St PhillipsBristolBS2 0PS

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