A year since powerhouse Dr Meaker released their critically acclaimed album Dirt & Soul on Circus Records, Bristol’s favourite live DnB act are back to take over the Attic Bar this April, with their unique force and re-energised Bristol sound. This effervescent nine-piece band have revisited the studio to rework Dirt & Soul with some of …

Formed with the intention to coax and seduce crowds to the dancefloor, Johnny and The Sexy Weirdos provide solid brassifications, honed dub bass, electric guitar and wild forest fiddle, all for your listening pleasure. Their music is influenced by the sounds from Eastern Europe, Jamaica and the last 50 years of rock’n’roll. Nothing’s sexier than …

The legendary Subloaded returns for one night only at the Trinity Centre this February to celebrate the 100th release on Tectonic Recordings. Powered by the mighty Sinai Sound System and brought to you by the reputable Teachings in Dub, this will be a night of serious dubplate pressure. The lineup is headed up by Subloaded …

Revinyl Sessions will be returning to Cosies to deliver another night of eclectic sound from artists who share the love for all things vinyl. New World Audio signed and dubstep Don Dadda DJ Squarewave will be bringing you his techno-infused set and will be sure to deliver both a dynamic and memorable performance. With a …

Local producer Lucy Helyer has been dominating the playing field for Bristol’s best up-and-coming for the past few months, and it’s with very good reason. Operating professionally as L U C Y, she occupies the same dark, atmospheric, spacey soundscapes that have been trademarked by other Bristol artists like Tricky and Kahn – adding her …

Bass music purveyors The Blast have been a part of the Bristol scene for well over a decade now, from involvement in Bristol’s iconic Blowpop nights in the early days, to now running around 70 shows a year across Bristol and London, including festival stages around the world and their own fully-fledged festival, Sequences, which …

Dialogue’s first night at The Crofters Rights celebrates the launch of Body Clocks’ mystic new-age debut EP. Support from Scalping, bringing you sub bass in an immersive experience, plus some DJ action from Anina. Also on the bill is Ifeoluwa. The Noods resident and founder of the inspiration space, intervention, will be opening the night …