The undisputed calendar event of the year for sound system heads is back with their fourth installment and it’s got our hairs on end already.  A chance meeting on the Eurostar a few years ago between Deep Medi boss Mala and Dubkasm’s DJ Stryda sparked a beautiful meeting of minds that has resulted in Bristol’s …

Teachings in Dub x Deep Medi: The Weekender returns this November for a fourth installment, with some of the most important artists in the worlds of reggae and dubstep. They’ve just announced a huge two-night lineup for this year’s event, including Compa, Jack Sparrow, Tippa Irie, Mungo’s Hi Fi, Kahn, Kaiju and many more – …

Over two nights on 24 & 25 November, some of the biggest names from the worlds of Deep Medi and Teachings in Dub will punish the Void soundsystem at Trinity Centre from 10pm – 5am, including Aba Shanti-I, Commodo, Dubkasm, Egoless, Goth Trad, Jack Sparrow, Kahn and Kaiju; plus, of course, sets from Deep Medi …

Deep Medi and Teachings in Dub are back with the third installment of their almighty Weekender, where the worlds of dub and dubstep collide for a two-night celebration of soundsystem culture at Trinity Centre. This year’s event takes place on 24 & 25 November and also marks 10 years of Teachings in Dub, so it’s …

Following the horrific Grenfell Tower tragedy witnessed on 14 June 2017, the Bristol community have come together in support for those affected by the devastating fire. Bristol 2Gether For Grenfell will stage a fundraising night to raise funds for the community of North Kensington with host of local talent including Sean McCabe, Krust, DJ Bunjy DJ …

Since the age of 18, Sam Howard aka DJ Stryda has been pushing the local roots scene, whether that’s through roots music duo Dubkasm with longtime pal Ben Glass (Digistep), his influential Sufferah’s Choice radio show and record label, or his regular Teachings in Dub soundsystem nights at Trinity Centre. So much so, that many …

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 …