REVIEW // An ode to Fieldview Festival

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Foreign Beggars head to The Marble Factory

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Review // Bonobo fills the city centre from Wapping Wharf to Park street in the first Bristol Sounds concert

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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 …

This Thursday Mr Wolf’s are raising their voice for refugees, with a special fundraiser in aid of the Dunkirk Grande Synthe refugee camp, where a fire has left hundreds at crisis point. The devastation burnt down kitchens and shelters leaving hundreds of refugees hungry and homeless. Every penny on the door will go to Help Refugees who are providing …

Multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars are hitting up The Marble Factory this bank holiday weekend. Their perfect weave of underground UK hip hop and dubstep, trailblazing electronics and energetic live shows has not only resulted in over 50 million YouTube hits but also a series of headline international dates this summer. Manchester duo Children of Zeus …

In just a few years, Balter Festival has gained a reputation for being one of the most fun parties on the UK festival scene. Combining eclectic underground electronic and live music, Balter brings together everything from 12-piece ska-punk bands to heavy DnB, whilst also showcasing new talent and unique sub-genres.  Now in its fourth year, this off kilter festival will be …