Following support from BBC Introducing, 6Music and NME, Cousin Kula’s unique live music psych-pop sound has built a dedicated fan base in their hometown of Bristol. Celebrating the release of their third single What You Know at The Gallimaufry, the 6-piece explore psychadelic landscapes through an amalgamation of synths, guitars and poppy vocals. 23 May …

Following the success of their 2016 full-length album Channel The Spirits, London-based band The Comet Is Coming will be showcasing their mystical jazz, electronica and psychedelic rock incorporated sounds. Joining them will be local collective Worm Disco Club. The quirky bunch are recognised for embracing unique beats from all over the globe, and will no doubt act …

Self-branded ‘London’s most badass scream queens’, electric DIY trio Skinny Girl Diet are a much-needed breath of fresh air in modern punk music. Unpolished, brash and completely unafraid, their sound is a forceful wall of noise that drives their fury-fuelled political song-writing. Support comes from the mesmerising Twin, Oozing Gloop and artist and poet Isadora Vibes. …

Multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars are hitting up The Marble Factory this bank holiday weekend. Their perfect weave of underground UK hip hop and dubstep, trailblazing electronics and energetic live shows has not only resulted in over 50 million YouTube hits but also a series of headline international dates this summer. Manchester duo Children of Zeus …

Producer, multi-instrumentalist and all-round Bristol boy, Clive Meaker fronts his electric 8-piece cohort, Dr Meaker. With fingers deep in the UK drum and bass scene, as well as taking major influences from soul music, Dr Meaker excite their listeners with heavy basslines and angelic-but-energetic vocal tracks. Bursting through the emerging lists on many of the …

Settle in for a monstrous lineup at Exchange from 5.30pm-11pm. Virginia punks Strike Anywhere lead the lineup, which  includes feminist post-hardcore band Petrol Girls, indie-pop group The Winter Passing, power-pop rock from Personal Best and a bit more punk from Bear Trade. 22 April // 5.30pm – 11pm // £13.50 +bf // Exchange LINKS: Facebook event // tickets

A tripped out rock n roll machine from South Wales, bringing together the manic stomp and wild stage performance of The Stoogies and the weird psychedelic frequencies of the 13th Floor Elevators. 23 April  // 7pm – 11pm // £4 adv // Stag & Hounds LINKS: Facebook event // tickets

Irish hip hop recording artist and record producer Rejjie Snow is coming to Bristol this month as part of his UK tour. Expect to hear the likes of his crowned anthems Crooked Cops and D.R.U.G.S. 23 April // 7pm – 11pm // £14.85 inc.bf // Marble Factory LINKS: Facebook event // tickets

After a three year hiatus, Red Dread Audio are back to deliver a vociferous blend of war tunes and serious vibes. You can expect a variety of the filthiest DnB, jungle and underground genres from master turntablist JFB, junglist Nicky Blackmarket and a DJ set from Laid Blak. 22 April // 10pm – 6am // £6/£10 …

Milon celebrate the release of their first album. The Bristol-based quartet strikes the perfect balance between groove-inducing rhythms and face-melting sonic outbursts. Plus performances from Iceman Furniss Quintet and Pink Ice. 27 April // 7pm – 10.55pm // £6 // Crofters Rights LINKS: Facebook event