With Sequences festival coming up at the end of the month, organisers The Blast have put together a playlist to give us a sonic sample of what’s to come at this year’s event. Still in its early infancy, the bass-centric festival made a big impression on the city in its debut year in 2016. It’s …

Previously getting better year on year, it only makes sense that this year’s In:Motion series stands to be our best one to date. Running from the end of September right up to New Year, In:Motion is Bristol’s answer to The Warehouse Project, bringing in huge names from all across the electronic sphere and lending a …

Last weekend, some of the Nitelife team returned to our spiritual home, Love Saves the Day. Annually marking the beginning of Bristol’s festival season, it’s put on by a team of genuine music lovers with years of event experience between them – getting better year on year. In fact, it’s one of the only festivals I …

K Stylz aka Kamar Graham is the newest member of The Blast family. Although he’s been DJing for nigh on 15 years, shutting down raves in London and Birmingham, as well as making a name on the international club scenes in ‘Napa and Marbella, he’s now focusing all his energy on his hometown of Bristol. …

Yet again, Love Saves the Day have pulled off a programme that’s almost too good – leaving us, at least, in the painful position of having to choose between some of our favourite acts. Born out of pure love of music six years ago, and expanding year-on-year with the help of some brilliant local stage partners including The …

Love Saves the Day returns to Eastville Park on 27-28 May with another heady lineup – including Little Dragon, Mura Masa, Nao, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Kate Tempest, Kano, My Nu Leng and Jamie Jones – as well as a brand new stage to explore, The Lost Garden. We’ve got 4 x weekend tickets to give …

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 …

Reggae icon David Rodigan touched down in Bristol last month to celebrate the release of his memoir Rodigan: My Life in Reggae. Recognised for dominating the radio airwaves since the late 70s and picking up cups across the world in sound clash tournaments, this award-winning broadcaster has more than a tale or two to tell. …

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 …