URB Reviews Metripolis
Metripolis returned to Moles for its second night of the academic year. Unfortunately, due to unfortunate circumstances, the headliner for the evening Heidi was unable to perform - but that didn’t manage to deter another great night of House and Techno.
Friday 13th October was not unlucky for anyone who ventured to Moles that night. Heidi’s unfortunate absence meant that an opportunity arose for Moles’ resident DJs to take centre stage. Metripolis founder Tom Maddicott, Kotu and URB’s very own DJ Kemba all took turns to treat the packed venue with extended sets.
As the evening began to race towards midnight, Metripolis was now in full flow. The night was a chance to celebrate the impressive DJ talent that little Bath has to offer - meaning a night like this doesn’t have to be a train journey to Bristol away. The crowd continued to dance the final hours of the night and early hours of the morning away as most of those in attendance weren’t ready to go home as the night came to a close.
Of course it’s still early days with regards to the academic year, summer is looking a long way away *groans*. But at least we can look forward to the first Friday of every month and head to Bath’s home of live music for Metripolis. Up next, Shadow Child headlines Moles on 03/11/17. Established artist Shadow Child is used to performing for big crowds across the UK and Europe - this opportunity to see him in an intimate setting is not to be missed.
If you’d like to get involved in this new collaboration between URB and Metripolis, where there will be opportunities to review and interview, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, where you can also find out how to buy tickets from your local Metripolis rep.