For this year’s International Women’s Day, Hy-Brasil are throwing one almighty party with a hefty, female heavy lineup to celebrate. Curated by the reputable Concrete Jungyals collective, you can expect laughter from comedian Roisin Crowley Linton, serenading vocals from Charli Brix, Anna Lisa and Chikaya, as well as turntable magic from the likes of underground …

After a two-year break from live performances, experimental composer and pianist Nils Frahm makes a hotly-anticipated return to the Colston Hall stage this February, as part of his worldwide tour All Melody. The Berlin-based musician will be showcasing spanking new material featuring ethereal piano compositions alongside percussive, synth-layered tracks and his performance promises to be …

Simple Things bring sensational LA-based singer Kelela to SWX for her first headline show in Bristol this February. With one of the most arresting new voices in R&B, Kelela combines her rich, mellifluous vocals with her powerful and experimental R&B. With one of the most arresting new voices in R&B, Kelela combines her rich, mellifluous …

Haus are a 5-piece from North London with a mutual love for rock, hip-hop and alternative influences. Setting foot on Hy-Brasil’s intimate stage, the band’s performance will be full of energy with each member not missing a single beat, as they promise to deliver their catchy hybrid material as part of their 2018 Own Blood …

Bristol based event and label brand Eminent hosted some big names last year and have earned themselves quite a reputation. They are back with their first show of the year and what better place to kick things off than at The Crofters Rights. This time round, local talent The Kelly Twins will be taking over …

Live electro outfit Elder Island are fast becoming a musical sensation, since the launch of their confident second EP Seeds in Sand just a year ago, they’ve enjoyed sold out dates in London and Bristol, a European tour supporting Glass Animals, as well as a packed out summer festival season. With the trio currently deep …

Dirty yellow skies, a burnt orange sun, unfamiliar winds and an all round sense of impending apocalyptic doom. Remember that Monday when we all thought the sun had died? It was also the day I went to watch Forest Swords aka Matthew Barnes play live at the The Lantern. Barnes’ sonic landscapes of crunchy, distorted …

Gary Numan’s long-running music career has influenced many, including Lady Gaga, Prince and Beck. The electronic and industrial music pioneer is taking centre stage at Colston Hall this autumn to celebrate his latest album Savage. 5 October // 7pm – 10pm // £31.71 // Colston Hall Facebook event // tickets

It’s barely believable that Saffron Records is just two years old, given the huge impact they’ve had on Bristol’s music scene since taking up residence in Colston Hall in 2015. Nevertheless, awaiting us in Mr Wolf’s back room earlier this September were cakes, candles and a tightly packed crowd of friends and fans of the …

Bristol’s Body Clocks – aka Josef (Jo) Kašpar and Joe Craven – are a duo of electronic musicians whose psychedelic electronic sets have been slowly gaining attention at their own series of nights and beyond, with increasingly regular bookings across Bristol, including this year’s Harbour Festival. The next instalment of their Dialogue nights is coming …