Sat 15th Dec at 10:00pm 2018 to Sun 16th Dec at 6:00am 2018
The Marble Factory in Bristol, United Kingdom
In:Motion / Patrick Topping All Night Long
Following a string of sold out headline shows throughout the UK we’re proud to welcome the northern powerhouse that is Patrick Topping to In:Motion with an all night long takeover at The Marble Factory.
From 2014 Patrick Topping has soundtracked countless sunrise memories as resident of Jamie Jones’ famed Paradise parties at Ibiza’s DC10, cementing his legendary status on the island in the process. Since taking to the DC10 controls all those years ago releases on Hot Creations, remixes for Calvin Harris and Tiga, collaborations with Green Velvet and Mixmag cover features have all charted Patrick Topping’s meteoric rise.
Career defining records in ‘Be Sharp, Say Nowt’ and ‘Forget’ have transformed Patrick Topping from an under-the-radar unknown to modern the face of British house music, and that’s why his return to In:Motion is guaranteed to be a defining moment of the entire season.
2015 was the year Patrick Topping cemented his status as one of the most in demand names in dance music, securing his 5th Beatport Tech-House number 1, tirelessly touring the world’s biggest festivals, from Creamfeilds in South America to Stereosonic in Australia, to the main stage at Movement in Detroit, whilst completing his second summer as resident at DC10 in Ibiza for Paradise. Back to back sets with Pete Tong (Storey Miami), Eats Everything (Coocon Ibiza, Jamie Jones (Radio 1 Ushuaia), Green Velvet (SW4 London) and Skream (Glastonbury) show how highly regarded a DJ he has become, as does his jump of 32 places in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs poll to #48.
Having topped Beatport’s Tech-House Chart 3 times in 2014 with ‘Get Beasty’ and ‘Forget’ both released on Hot Creations and then together along side techo legend Green Velvet, on ‘Voicemail’, Patrick delivered two more smash hits in 2015. Firstly his remix of Coyu & Edu Imbernon’s classic ‘El Baile Aleman’ reached no.1 in Beatport’s Pulse (Streaming) Tech-House chart, and then his second collaboration with Green Velvet – ‘When Is Now’ reached the top spot in the Beatport Tech-House Chart. In-between those he also debuted on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul label with an acclaimed 3 track EP. 2015 also saw Patrick cap off a stunning rise to fame with a debut Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 (18/04/2015) - almost a year to the day after being hailed one of Pete Tong’s ‘Future Stars’ in 2014 and exactly 2 years after his debut release.
Patrick’s accolades also count two DJ Awards for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Track Of The Season’ for ‘Forget’, as well as DJ Mag’s ‘Best Tune’ in their Best of British Awards and a debut at #80 in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs poll in 2014.