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It’s December again, which means it’s now socially acceptable, nay encouraged, to wear some of the most horrific jumpers known to man, dangle sparkly bits of crap from your earlobes and hit repeat on songs that should have been lost and forgotten. If you’re not planning on spending five hours queuing outside of Pandora, smelling …

It’s around 5pm on 23 September and we are deep within Tokyo World’s Vulkano stage at Bristol’s Eastville Park. As we look up, past the elaborate stage and into the perfect blue sky, DJ Die shouts out to ‘the last bit of sunshine we will see this year…’ It wasn’t just because we were bloody lucky …

On 28 July, hordes of Bristolians headed to Somerset’s beautiful countryside for the 12th annual Farmfest. Recognised for its huge personality and ability to seamlessly combine everything from dub, rock, techno, disco, comedy, art and more. Farmfest succeeds in being a family friendly festival that leaves you feeling both completely relaxed while also tickling your inner …

Mixmag’s DJ of the year and queen of the dancefloor Black Madonna will be headlining the Bitch, Please! day and night party at Motion this August, alongside DJ Marquis Hawkes. 5 August // 2pm – 4am // £12-£18 // Motion Facebook event // tickets

Every so often, it’s nice to leave the bright lights of Bristol and head to a part of Britain’s beautiful coastline. Luckily for us, the organisers of Samphire Festival brought a good chunk of the Bristol music scene to Exmoor National Park this July – giving us the best of both worlds with a weekend full …

There’s nothing quite like sitting in the Full Moon & Attic Bar garden on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Just past the Bear Pit, it marks the start of Stokes Croft and brings together a diverse community within its walls, providing a year-round home to beautiful music, art, food, backpackers – and some of the best …

This weekend some of Bristol’s finest talent will be heading to the stunning surrounds of Exmoor National Park for a fun-filled few days at Samphire Festival. Curated by an inspirational pair of music lovers from Keynsham, Samphire – only entering its second year – won ‘Best Small Festival’ (NOEA Awards) after its debut event in 2016. …

Previously getting better year on year, it only makes sense that this year’s In:Motion series stands to be our best one to date. Running from the end of September right up to New Year, In:Motion is Bristol’s answer to The Warehouse Project, bringing in huge names from all across the electronic sphere and lending a …

Last Wednesday not only marked the hottest day in June for over 40 years, but also the start of our new and pimped Summer Series, rebranded this year under the name Bristol Sounds. Located on our beautiful waterfront from Wednesday through to Saturday, each night welcomed a rare Bristol performance from some of the UK’s …

This weekend, Dot To Dot festival returns to Bristol with another rather intriguing line up. Though you may not recognise many acts beyond headliners Sundara Karma, Amber Run, The Growlers, Louis Berry, Honeyblood and Pinegrove – part of the beauty of this event is its almost sixth-sense ability to programme acts right on the cusp …