As we know, our city is packed with creative musical talent just waiting for a spotlight to shine on, and team at Multi-Track along with Colston hall are looking to provide it.  A free event will be taking place this Thursday at Colston Hall to showcase some of the emerging talents the city has to …

Three disappointing summers have passed with a carnival-shaped hole in our hearts, but finally, St Pauls Carnival returns this Saturday in line with the carnival’s 50th anniversary.  The important celebration of Bristol’s African and Caribbean heritage has been a vital source of inspiration for much of the city’s culture and musical output over the past …

Wednesday // Saffron Records 101 Masterclass: Booking Agents & Show Promoters, Rough Trade Records Female-championing Bristol label Saffron Records will be hosting a series of 101 Masterclasses at Rough Trade this March, as they continue to show support for Bristol’s up-and-coming female artists. This time round, their 101 masterclass will be hosted by two of …

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 …

Bristol producer Omari Champagnie, better known as OH91, has been quietly making waves on Bristol’s underground scene since his first release with Coyote Records in 2013. Keeping circles with the likes of the Bandulu collective, and with mentors including Sir Sypro and Grandmixxer, it’s clear that he’s been marked as a serious talent, despite only …

Brought up on a diet of dubstep and grime, Bristol producer and Who Cares resident OH91 has managed to keep a relatively low profile over the past few years, whilst continuing to bring out a steady stream of bangers, from his Coyote Records-released Stealth, to his Skanks EP released on White Peach last year, and …

In case you haven’t noticed, the entire underground music community in Bristol has been rallying around SWU.FM (South West Underground) in support of their massive fundraiser at Motion this Easter Sunday. It’s a party worth going to by any stretch, but supporters are drumming up a sense of duty owed by enjoyers of Bristol’s underground to cough …

The South West’s favourite electronic festival Love Saves the Day delighted fans with the announcement of a whole new stage at this year’s festival. The Lost Garden will be home to two of Bristol’s party collectives, with Bitch, Please! taking the Saturday shift (Artwork, Cinthie, Jessie Perez) and on Sunday, the reigns being given to Who Cares. …