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The Sheffield-based four-piece plays instrumental post-rock.
Soulful rocks and blues from the Swedish band.
The grime artist from Manchester performs in support of his EP Facing Time.
Toronto boy/girl electro thrash duo who like to 'play rough', now featuring Edith Frances on vocals.
The punk legends, fronted by Dave Vanian, zip through their pithy catalogue.
The return of the American indie/grunge godheads, led by stoner dude J Mascis. Eighties alternative rock band founded by J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph. The band split in 1997, reformed for a few lives gigs eight years later and have since released another three albums Beyond, Farm and I Bet On Sky.
The DJ takes you on a nostalgic journey through the 80s, inspired by the successful show, Stranger Things.
ICW: You Don’t Win Friends With Salad
A series of bouts staged by Insane Championship Wrestling.
In:Motion: Bugged Out
House and electronica from Dusky, Julio Bashmore, Simian Mobile Disco, Lord Leopard, Elliot Adamson, Lemmy Ashton, Cousn and special guest Erol Alkan.
Netsky, Metrik, Fred V & Grafix, Danny Byrd, Spy, Dillinja, Etherwood, Krakota, Logistics and Hugh Hardie supply drum n bass.
In:Motion: Just Jack: Halloween
Marcel Dettmann, Prins Thomas, Mike Huckaby, Marcellus Pittman, Pender Street Steppers, Jane Fitz, Tom Rio and Dan Wild supply contemporary techno, funk-laden house and sparkling disco.
In:Motion: Sub Soul
Shadow Child, Chris Lorenzo, Friend Within, Camelphat, Icarus, Harry Judda, Mant and Sly One play garage, bass and deep house.
In:Motion: The Blast: Halloween
D&B, old school jungle, reggae, dub and hip hop courtesy of Shy FX, TQD [Royal T, DJ Q, Flava D], Baauer, Newham Generals, Sir Spyro, Chimpo, Holy Goof, Uniiqu3, Klashnekoff and Riz La Teef.
LA band, described as a cross between Vampire Weekend, Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes, who all live together, Monkees-style.
Six-piece brass and pop band from New York, known for their cover of Adele's Hello.