As well as hosting regular live streams with Noods Radio showcasing some serious underground talent, local party throwers Psychotherapy Sessions (known affectionately as PTS) have become firm favourites on the Bristol live scene, bringing us the likes of OH91, Parris and Gage over the past year.

PTS have also proven themselves a pretty sociable bunch, linking up with promoters and labels including Different Circles and Local Action to throw mega parties with the likes of Rinse FM DJ and FabricLive curator Mumdance.

They’re at it again this Wednesday, this time teaming up with London’s Acid Fantasy – an underground multi-genre night from electronic dreamteam Loom, Akito and Nervous Horizon’s Wallwork and TSVI. You can read an interview that gets behind the scenes with the four enterprising producers over on Dummy Mag.

Acid Fantasy’s own Wallwork, TSVI and Loom will be playing on the night, alongside returning PTS favourite NOIRE and PTS resident Roy Bar

Acid Fantasy’s own Wallwork, TSVI and Loom will be playing on the night, alongside returning PTS favourite NOIRE and PTS resident Roy Bar, who has kindly put together this 35-minute mix to give a flavour of what to expect on the night. In true PTS style, it spans the spectrum of forward-thinking electronic music that will pack out Crofters Rights from 11pm – 3am.

Full track list:

Adam F – The Bible [Section 5] 1994
Hidden Agenda – Get Carter [Metalheadz] 1995
Blame – Sub Committee [Moving Shadow] 1994
Harmony & Extreme – Boo [Section 5] 1994
Capone – Massive [Hardleaders] 1995
T Power – The Mutant Remix – Rollers Instinct (DJ Trace remix) [Sour] 1995
Dillinja – Deadly Deep Subs [Deadly Vinyl] 1994
Skanna – Find Me [Skanna] 1995
FBD Project – She’So [FBD Project] 1994
Dr. Know – Make Me Feel [Deep Red Recordings] 1995
Codename John Ft. Grooverider – Deep Inside [Prototype Recordings] 1994
Bizzy B – Slow Jam [White House Records] 1993

11 October – PTS x Acid Fantasy, Crofters Rights
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