Local 140 and UK bass label Sudo Sound are back with another prodigious release, this time from Bristol original Kahter. The producer has been one of this city’s most quietly influential producers for a while now, with four solid releases under his belt so far. His forthcoming EP Black Pyramid is a finely polished version of …

Mac Lloyd reunites with local Bristol label Green Brick Records (headed by Split Prophets’ Res One and Bad Habitz)  after a few months apart and he still carries that trademark melancholic sound, but this time he has upped the ante and crossed the waters for his first collaboration with Berlin based producer George B. They had …

If the events of 2020 have left this year’s summer playlist looking pretty sparse, then our premier of Harmer Jays’ new quirky pop number Freight Line may offer some relief. Featuring 80’s inspired synths that naturally induce a feeling of poolside sunshine combined with almost contrasting poetic lyrics, this upbeat sounding track would sit comfortably …

If you weren’t looking to Rubadub Glasgow for dubstep and grime before, it may be time to crick your neck upward, as the forthcoming EP from Kami-O is a belter. With audible stepping stones between Commodo, Gantz & Kahn’s seminal Volume 1 on Deep Medi, to Bristol’s Bengal Sound, Sir Hiss et. al and, more …

If ever was the time to listen to music that both elevates and relaxes you, that time is now. With the current situation we have all found ourselves in – a lockdown that is both anxiety inducing and depraving us of dancing with anyone outside our own households  – people have been turning to platforms …

It’s good news for fans of Rozelle, as we premier the second single in of a hefty series of new releases from the Bristol four-piece – after two years without a peep.  Meeting originally as students at BIMM, in a few short years Rozelle made a big impression on the live circuit. On stage, Hayley’s …

Bristol clubnight Illegal Data is marking its 10th party with debut compilation, Illegal Data #1. Headed up by MUN SING and NE$$  – by day, one half and third of Giant Swan and Jesuits – Illegal Data puts fun at the forefront of its delivery, with seriously good music at its core. Much like their clubnights, …

South West punk duo Ghost of the Avalanche drop their fifth EP Civil Unrest this weekend, as one of International Cassette Store Day’s official releases. Recorded straight to cassette tape, the short six-track EP gives a raw, uncontaminated glance into Ghost of the Avalanche’s state of mind. This record will resonate with anyone suffering the …

Bristol musician Anna Lisa has been quietly releasing a run of seriously good tunes in the lead up to her debut EP release, Unfollowed, which Nitelife is delighted to premier exclusively ahead of official release this Friday. Although she can and has produced previously, with Access to Music and BIMM qualifications under her belt, Unfollowed …

UK funky and bassline producer Jake Hodgson aka Pharaoh K has become a regular on the Bristol scene over the last couple of years, receiving big support from some of Bristol’s best including Cubana, Freerange and Cake, where he’s sat near the top of impressive lineups.   As Pharaoh K, Jake has released on Roska’s …