Last year, we gave away what was at the time the most highly rated-portable speaker in the country, the Minirig. Made right here in Bristol, it’s an exceptionally high quality speaker inspired by the soundsystem culture that our city is known for. inspired by the soundsystem culture that our city is known for But now …

Crosstown Concerts was brought to life in 2016 by former Metropolis Music directors Paul Hutton and Conal Dodds. Independently-minded music promoters with a massive platform, Crosstown now works with acts from Lana Del Rey to Bristol’s own Soeur. Run out of Bristol and London with shows across the UK, Crosstown’s calendar is filled with genuinely …

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 …

Over the last 12 years we have captured more than 20 live gigs and clubnights a month and are proud to work with some of Bristol’s most talented photographers. To celebrate this, we’ve teamed up with London Camera Exchange to offer a three hour session of studio time in their newly refurbished Bristol studio, worth …

Sequences is back with a fourth instalment this August and their biggest lineup yet, with original garage superstar DJ EZ topping the bill.  Taking over the Motion complex all day and night, EZ is joined by Headie One, Jaykae, Koan Sound and a special performance from ultra group Kings of the Shadows – a team …

Finding its roots as a foodie festival, Valley Fest has expanded its music programme year on year. Held just outside Bristol on Chew Valley Lake, with the festival’s proximity, increasingly impressive lineup, organic ethos, foodie offerings and beautiful lakeside location, it’s fast becoming a Bristol favourite.  Headlining this year’s Valley Fest is Razorlight, Tom Odell, Basement …

Bristol Sounds returns to Canons Marsh Amphitheatre this June for a five-date nightly concert series, featuring some of the biggest and best names on the circuit as the sun sets over Bristol’s scenic Harbourside.  Between 26-30 June, Bristol Sounds is inviting Bloc Party, Tom Misch, Elbow, The Cat Empire and The Cinematic Orchestra to take …

Balter Festival is a rite of passage for any festival goer and attracts a cult following the world over, with a heavy Bristol contingent making up the rollicking crowd. Born out of a pure love of music and run with the help of a likeminded group of friends, Balter is the brainchild of gypsycore producer …

NASS Festival returns to Royal Bath & West Showground on 11-14 July with its biggest lineup yet, including Rudimental, Giggs, Cyprus Hill and Loyle Carner. They’ve just dropped their third lineup announcement, adding 30 acts more acts to the already outrageous lineup, including Grandmaster Flash, General Levy, Jimothy Lacoste, Sneakbo and Notion – and they’re looking …

Shindig Festival is brought to us from the brains behind multi-award winning record label and party-throwers Ghetto Funk. In five short years, it’s gone from a party in a field to a cult-adored small festival, selling out earlier and earlier each year. Shindig Festival puts positive vibes at the forefront – with an increasingly impressive …