Since his Entrance Song blew up on the resurgent house music scene in 2011, Bristol’s Dan Pearce AKA Eats Everything has been a consistent force at the forefront of the underground dance music scene. Excitement only continues to rise around the incredibly hardworking DJ and producer, whose Eats Everything moniker describes his passion and aptitude …

Combining heavy drum and bass beats with powerful synths and emotive vocals to make colossal dancefloor tunes, Wilkinson is undeniably one of this decade’s biggest dance music stars. Wilkinson’s extensive catalogue of releases spanning the last ten years displays his versatility as a producer, with an unrivalled number of huge commercial hits, as well as …

Toodles & the Hectic Pity are lead vocals and guitarist Callum McAllister, bassist Max Cole and drummer Dom Mosley – with a medley of more unusual instruments between them, from a melodica to pizza boxes. Firm friends from school, they initially came together as a band to play the inaugural Inglefest, so it’s fitting that …

Same party, new digs. Shindig Festival is moving to a new home at Somerset’s Dillington Estate when it returns in May – kicking off the summer with Goldie, Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B and Greg Wilson. kicking off the summer with Goldie, Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B and Greg Wilson Starting out as a party …

Quantic AKA Will Holland is a seasoned professional when it comes to bringing sunshine to the dancefloor with his South American-infused sounds. This June, we saw the release of Atlantic Oscillations, his first solo album since 2014’s Magnetica.  Since its release, the album has received warm praise, including prime time airplay on BBC 6 Music. …

The mighty NASS festival returns to Bath & West Showground next July – and they’ve just dropped some huge lineup announcements. On Friday, Chase & Status headline with their phenomenal RTRN II Jungle project, which sees the groundbreaking duo exploring their roots with some heavy 90s jungle ragers.  Last year, British rap pioneers The Streets …

Bristol Sounds is returning to Lloyds Amphitheatre in June 2020 for a five-night concert series, including an all-day event curated by The Levellers. A Crosstown Concerts venture, Bristol Sounds will be inviting some very special acts to Bristol’s largest and most picturesque city centre space as the sun sets over Bristol’s Harbourside each night. However, …

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where Bru-C put himself on the map, a meteoric rise as an integral host of Cru-Cast, Skepsis’ inseparable sidekick and as his own stand-alone vocalist, Bru-C has carved himself into one of the most widely recognisable frontmen in the industry.  From battle-rap at 500-person-venues to some of the biggest stages …

After embarking on his musical journey at just 15, George Andrews AKA Yaksha has explored a wealth of world music influences. His sound is planted well within the roots of soundsystem music, with a spiritual, conscious message at its core. Born in London and growing up close to Bristol, he has taken the influences of …

The lights are low in Exchange and the crowd is chattering away. Swim Deep meanders their way towards the stage, as an almost ethereal sound rings around the room. When they reach it, vocalist Austin Williams only has one word for us – ‘hello’. Like seeing an old friend again, the room breaks into laughter, …