Ahead of his debut album release, the genre-defying, rising reggae star Kiko Bun touches down at The Fleece this August for a full-band live show.  Having graced the stage at the likes of Outlook, Glastonbury, Boomtown – and even the Royal Albert Hall – Kiko Bun comes from London to Bristol promising a taste of …

After escaping a restrictive contract with French major label Wagram, Glasgow-born MC, singer and activist Sumati Bhardwa AKA Soom T is back with her new album Born Again.    Seamlessly traversing the worlds of hip hop, soul and reggae, Soom T has been a voice for the people for 25 years. She’s not an artist …

Calling all hip hop lovers, reggae fanatics and rock’n’rollers, five-piece band Regime will be delivering their brutal and inspirational medley of broad influences to the Attic Bar this March. Having shared the stage with big names in the industry such as Gentleman’s Dub Club and The Skints, the band will  deliver an almighty and energetic …

Mr Wolf’s presents the impeccably dressed and swaggeringly cool Skata Tones, who will be bringing their fun fusion of ska, dub, reggae and all-round party vibes to the den. If you are looking for a night filled with non-stop dancing, jumping, skanking and singalong vibes, look no further. Support will be provided by hip hop …

Fans of Bob Marley’s legendary band The Wailers filled Bristol’s O2 Academy from floor to ceiling last week, with people packing out the dancefloor and balcony areas to unite in one celebration of love, music and a heartfelt ode to the legendary Bob Marley. Fronted by the energetic and charismatic Joshua David Barrett, the band …

Formed with the intention to coax and seduce crowds to the dancefloor, Johnny and The Sexy Weirdos provide solid brassifications, honed dub bass, electric guitar and wild forest fiddle, all for your listening pleasure. Their music is influenced by the sounds from Eastern Europe, Jamaica and the last 50 years of rock’n’roll. Nothing’s sexier than …

World-renowned reggae collective The Wailers will be touching down at Bristol’s O2 Academy this March, to showcase their revolutionary sound and material from their iconic album Legend. Having performed with some of the world’s greatest musical talent such as Stevie Wonder, Sting and the Fugees, as well as reggae legends Peter Tosh and Burning Spear, …

Formed of members from Palestine, Syria and Jordan, 47Soul is a London-based group renowned for inventing their own genre Shamstep, which fuses electronic hip hop, pop lyrics in English and Arabic, electronic invention and reggae. Formed of members from Palestine, Syria and Jordan, 47Soul is a London-based group renowned for inventing their own genre Shamstep …

The phenomenal Hollie Cook returns to Bristol this February for another reggae heavy show.  Accentuating reggae, dub and rocksteady vibes that touch on 1960s acid rock and the heavy synths of the early 80s, Hollie will be celebrating the release of her new album Vessel of Love. Her sweet, smooth vocals are simply hypnotic as …

Devon based collective The Barefoot Bandit will be shaking the walls of The Golden Lion with their catchy melodies and exciting rhythms, combining modern roots reggae with deep dark dub. The four-piece never fail to pack a dance floor full of satisfied skankers as their energy and enthusiasm is simply infectious. Come on down, grab …