To The Moon celebrate their first birthday in outer space

Read More

Five10 X NITELIFE // Summer of Funk 001

Read More

Playlist // DJ Die’s Gutterfunk give us a taste of their stage takeover at Love Saves the Day

Read More

DIY music and art collective Cosmic Soul Collective have been crowned the winners of #NITELIFENITEOUT. We launched the Bristol-wide competition this summer in a bid to seek out an independent local promoter offering something unique to our already-excellent nightlife scene. We promised the winner £1000 to help towards their next event – courtesy of Bristol-based …

Multi-media artist, poet and spoken-word-meets-rap artist Kojey Radical has a fire in his belly. The level of creativity, determination and raw talent in one person is hardly possible to conceive. At only 24 years old, the Hoxton-raised British-Ghanaian creative has three full releases to his name, staunch credibility as a poet and artist, and also …

As well as hosting regular live streams with Noods Radio showcasing some serious underground talent, local party throwers Psychotherapy Sessions (known affectionately as PTS) have become firm favourites on the Bristol live scene, bringing us the likes of OH91, Parris and Gage over the past year. PTS have also proven themselves a pretty sociable bunch, …

After self-releasing his debut album Cloak last year, supremely talented singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Jordan Rakei was scooped up by Ninja Tune after someone from the label heard one of his tracks playing in café and Shazamed it. Easily one of the most respected record labels in the world and (along with sister label …

Music technology higher education institute dBs Music has had a big impact on the city since opening the doors of their first Bristol campus in 2012. Many of their currently enrolled students are already making some of the biggest new sounds in the city, including certified Bandulu member and Papercranes label owner Hi5ghost, Blast resident …

Local producer Lucy Helyer has been dominating the playing field for Bristol’s best up-and-coming for the past few months, and it’s with very good reason. Operating professionally as L U C Y, she occupies the same dark, atmospheric, spacey soundscapes that have been trademarked by other Bristol artists like Tricky and Kahn – adding her …

Since 2011, Fred Perry Subculture has been exploring British subculture, inviting groundbreaking artists like King Krule and Clean Bandits! to play at The Garage in London. For their first Bristol outing, Fred Perry Subculture invites two innovators of the local soundsystem scene – Eva Lazarus and Gardna – to perform a live and intimate in-store …

It’s barely believable that Saffron Records is just two years old, given the huge impact they’ve had on Bristol’s music scene since taking up residence in Colston Hall in 2015. Nevertheless, awaiting us in Mr Wolf’s back room earlier this September were cakes, candles and a tightly packed crowd of friends and fans of the …

Bristol collective Mi Casa Su Casa celebrate their 2nd birthday next Friday at Old Crown Court. Dedicated to creating good-time, unpretentious spaces for everyone and anyone to enjoy good quality house and techno, the last two years have seen them quietly gain a reputation for a solidly good night. Helping them ring in their second …

Bristol band Sleeptalking have earned a reputation largely for their incredible live performances and legitimately thrilling stage theatrics, although their recently released EP Oh, Isn’t it Strange? stands up entirely on its own as a brilliant modern grunge record with powerful raw instrumentation and permeating vocals from lead singer Tom Nosek. a brilliant modern grunge …