How best to explain Planet Fun. To begin, for nearly two years these event organisers have been throwing parties in London and Bristol with some of the most interesting, experimental, and off-kilter electronic and pop artists around, with bills supporting the likes of GFOTY, Kane West, SPINEE, and Hannah Diamond.  their tongue-in-cheek future-aesthetic lines up …

Javeon has been involved in Bristol’s music scene since he was a teenager and is one of few Bristol vocalists to have broken into the commercial music world, releasing with major labels including Universal Music’s PMR and co-writing with the likes of Tory Lanez, Clean Bandit and DJ Zinc.  co-writing with the likes of Tory …

Sticky-floored Wetherspoons and over-priced drinks in the cheese room are great every now and then, but they’re by far the only choice available for Freshers studying in Bristol. for those new flatmates feeling a bit more adventurous We’ve put together a small selection of varied events taking place around the city for those new flatmates …

Thekla’s Simon Brown has risen to a few challenges since joining the crew in 2016, helping secure Thekla’s future against a threat from nearby developments and – most recently – seeing the ship through a massive £1m restoration. The 60-year-old cargo ship has been missing from its spot on Bristol’s Floating Harbour for the past …

In:Motion returns at the end of this month for its 10th and final series, seeing 2019 – and a decade long legacy – out with a bang. A 15-hour show with techno giants Drumcode will be their biggest opener ever, with Nicole Moudaber, Pan-Pot, Enrico Sangiuliano and a 3D show fit for Eric Prydz. A …

‘Young producers, keep hold of your first tunes!’ says Bristol producer Muttley aka Alex Hughes. His first solo vinyl release, Architect dropped on Von D’s Dubs Galore last week, though it’s actually the first track he ever uploaded to SoundCloud nearly 10 years ago.  Muttley’s second solo release to be laid to wax will follow …

Boomtown have announced a brand-new event space in the heart of Bristol. Fans of the festival, or those who haven’t had the chance to attend, can rejoice as Boomtown will be bringing a taste of the most immersive and theatrical party in the country to Bristol.  Boomtown’s theatrical director hinted last year that Boomtown had …

Figureheads of the mid-nineties Britrock movement, Skunk Anansie have remained one of the most important British rock bands of the modern age, counting five studio albums since their 1995 debut Paranoid & Sunburnt and spanning generations of fans. Skunk Anansie are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with the release of 25Live@25 – a collection of …

Critical Music boss Kasra is globally acknowledged as a pioneer of underground drum and bass. He established the forward-looking label in 2002 and covers all aspects of cutting-edge drum and bass, from putting out Sam Binga and Rider Shafique’s dancehall-flavoured Champion EP, to launching the career of Mefjus; whose forward thinking jungle with allusions to …

The printed version of this interview incorrectly names Oh, The Guilt’s guitarist and vocalist. His correct name is Elijah Dahl. We are very sorry for this and for any upset caused to Elijah. a sound that combines cold atmospherics, rousing crescendos and a hell of a lot of volume Three-piece, post-punk band Oh, The Guilt …