Veteran trio of excellence and multi-genre concept Foreign Beggars brought their unique blend of sounds and riotous live show to The Marble Factory last Saturday night.   With obvious influences from UK hip hop, grime and commercial dubstep, the trio have been serving witty lyrics and well-crafted verses at their sell out live shows for years …

Best known for his 2017 afro-pop dancehall track Did You See, J Hus is currently holding down a profile many artists would dream of, with recent collaborations including grime golden boy Stormy and UK rapper Dave. His debut album Common Sense drops this May, with very high expectations from many. 10 May // 7pm – 11pm // £16.50 inc.bf // Motion LINKS: Facebook event …

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 …

In this 30-minute mix, Noods resident Ifeoluwa explores the darker sounds of grime, paying homage to her hometown with some tracks from Bristol’s Kahn and Boofy, plus some more experimental electronic sounds and a cheeky Fiddy reference thrown in for a brief respite from the unmitigated murkiness. // Since launching a year ago, Noods Radio has fast become …

With the official start of spring out of the way, we are hurtling inevitably toward the beginning of the Bristol festival season and general good times: Love Saves the Day, returning to Eastville Park on 27-28 May. Although the main stage lineup – including Little Dragon and Fat Freddy’s Drop – was announced back in January, organisers …