A bastion of Bristol’s music scene, Thekla sets sail tomorrow for a £1m spruce up at Albion dry dock that should see it through another 50 years of music history. Bristol’s best-known club, Thekla has been a part of the local music and arts scene since the early 80s, when it was converted into a …

Bristol’s original multi-venue festival, Dot-to-Dot returns to the city centre for a thirteenth year this May, taking over more than a dozen venues across Bristol all day and night, the much-loved festival run by DHP Family had already announced some huge names including headliners The Horrors, Dermot Kennedy, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman and Mahalia and …

Ever since their 2012 eponymous debut, London-based quartet Django Django have been making waves in the music industry due to their unique ability to blend countless genres into one dense, electrifying sound. At their best, they flirt with an impressive array of influences ranging from 60s psych-rock to 80s pop, classical to post-dubstep and 90s …