Miles Kane has been performing on the indie circuit since the ripe old age of 18, first entertaining crowds as a guitarist with The Flames and The Rascals, and following this, sharing lead responsibilities with fellow alternative frontman Alex Turner in The Last Shadow Puppets. Since 2009, after his last tour with The Rascals, Miles …

Nitelife are excited to make some noise for one of our favourite collectives 24hr Garage Girls, as they prepare for the release their first compilation album this Friday, alongside a secret location, invite-only party to celebrate. Let’s face it, these girls know how to treat their fans.  Bristol’s homegrown concept brand and badass party collective, …

There’s a sparkling, new pop sound on the scene and it’s being welcomed with wide open arms. Singer, songwriter and producer Mouse unveiled her debut single 3 Weeks at the end of 2018, and the music world was quick to see she was onto something great.  Her second single Escape received a remix from Mun …

Over the following months, we are going to try and delve behind the scenes into the world of cocktail and bar culture in Bristol. To kick off the new year, raise a glass and ask yourself the (not depressing) question of: ‘Why?’ Why do we drink? Why do we go out? Do we seek the …

Who doesn’t want to dress up with their friends and bash them with inflatables to hardcore for Christmas? If you haven’t heard of BangFace before then I will need to explain a few things… Dubbed by founder James St Acid as a ‘neo rave Armageddon’, BangFace celebrates old school rave. Its club nights and boat …

The much-revered Bristol Ticket Shop announced its permanent closure last week, after 30 years playing a big part in the city’s live music scene. With debtors owing large amounts to the business, as well as Bristol Ticket Shop owner Zoe suffering ongoing health problems, the Bristol institution has been forced to cease trading. the Bristol institution …

Five years ago it would’ve been fair to say Bombay Bicycle Club were headed down a sure-fire track to burnout. By the end of 2015, after nine months touring with So Long, See You Tomorrow – their first album to reach the UK chart’s #1 spot – the band’s four core members were clamouring for …

The end of November brought the fifth instalment of Bristol’s annual weekend-long bassweight collision, Teachings in Dub x Deep Medi. Friday night’s lineup was, as always, in veneration to the sounds of dubstep, and so before things kicked off, we sat down with one of dubstep’s earliest originators and most important patrons of the scene, Mala; …

After a successful launch at Printworks London last year, Beat Horizon has spread its wings and is taking over Motion on 24 January for an evening of hip hop and bass music royalty – paying homage to the forefathers, as well as celebrating the greats of today. paying homage to the forefathers, as well as …

Anyone will tell you that Shindig is a family affair. Despite growing year on year, the south west festival remains a haven for likeminded partygoers to let loose and bask in the feel-good atmosphere, community spirit and all-round fun – with an increasingly impressive music lineup serving as a big fat bonus.  First release tickets …