Colston Hall are bringing British rock band Bastille to Bristol this April and we’re more than a little excited. The internationally acclaimed indie-pop heavyweights will be returning to Bristol to perform a selection of breathtaking reworking’s from their number one albums Wild World and Bad Blood. Their highly finessed rock sound will make for both a memorable …

Devon based punk-rockers Sam Green and The Midnight Heist will be bringing their own slice of sunny Californian surf, roots and road trip music to Mr Wolf’s this April. This high energy four-piece amalgamate Delta blues with grunge, soul and Californian punk-rock to create their own unique sound and Sam Green’s slide guitar, surf roots …

Humble rock band Black Foxxes are heading to Bristol as part of their UK tour and will be stopping into iconic music venue Thekla for one almighty show. Their powerfully dynamic songs won listeners’ hearts back in 2016 and they have continued to build a fan base at an incredibly fast rate. Expect to hear …

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 …

Fishlock Promotions present Fishstock 2018. The DIY punk all dayer returns to Exchange after a sell-out event last year. Once again, the lineup is jam-packed with some of the finest emerging punk bands, including Dublin 5-piece Chewing on Tinfoil, who will be sure to bring their fine-tuned Ska and rhythm-driven punk style, as well as …

The Fratellis hit the road to celebrate the release of their fifth album In Your Own Sweet Time, praised for its light-hearted exploration of new genres, stylistic cues and storytelling. Mixing their indie roots with danceable beats, rhythms and worldly music, the band have produced an album that is both lively, fun and exciting from …

With the release of their latest album Double Negative on the horizon, steampunk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing will be hitting the Exchange stage this March to showcase their frantic new material. Combining music hall with punk, metal, grindcore and a right ol’ knees up, this 4-piece put the ‘punk’ into …

Join Bristol’s Hush Mozey as they celebrate the release of their debut EP Tales of Bigotry at Mothers’ Ruin, for a live performance showcasing their unique mix of ska, punk and grunge – which they like to refer to as ‘drowzy rock and roll’. Their distinct and subdued sound is fronted by vocalist Joee Johnson and …

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 …

Indie rockers Space head to The Fleece to showcase a blend of classic and new material. Adding hints of Echo & the Bunneymen to their infectious and unique sound, the band who are famous for their 1997 hit Female of the Species continue to emanate a special kind of cool. Support will be provided by …