Austin, Texas based psychedelic rock band The Black Angels are coming to Bristol this September. The Velvet Underground-inspired five-piece will showcase their 2017 album Death Song at Trinity Centre, before heading off to tour with Car Seat Headrest. 27 Sep // 7pm – 11pm // £18.70 // Trinity Centre Facebook event // tickets // 3ca.org.uk

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 …

Thursday // Fire Fences + Karma Club + Tell The Hoi, Mr Wolf’s  Exciting and fearless, these are three of the best indie rock bands to break through Wales and Bath. Tell The Hoi are infectious and lively, with a hard hitting rock attitude, psychedelic sounds and alternative structures. Karma Club, influenced by the likes …

Stolen Body Records present the fourth edition of Bristol Psych Fest, featuring a weighty lineup of some of the best rock acts around, including The Gories, Ron Gallo, Kill West, This Shivas, and Bristol misfits Spectres. 8 July // 12pm – 1am // £20 // Trinity Centre Facebook event Photo: Spectres by Dominika Scheibinger

Tuesday // Elephant Sessions, The Lantern Alt-folk from the award-winning highland five-piece Elephant Sessions at The Lantern. Full info, tickets and more… Friday // Mr Eazi, The Fleece A rare chance to see West Africa’s newest superstar Mr Eazi in the UK. He’s bringing his new album to The Fleece this Thursday. Full info, tickets …

After the last incredible session with Mungo’s Hi Fi and Classic Wonder, Teachings returns with another chapter of Teachings in Rub-a-Dub. This time, presenting the legendary Festus Coxsone playing a vintage vinyl and dubplate set. Plus, YT, Solo Banton and Rudey Lee on the mic. Powered by the mighty Lionpulse sound system. 9 June // 10pm – 4am …

Martha Tilston has grown up immersed in music. Her singer/songwriter father Steve Tilston and renowned step mother folk singer Maggie Boyle, have helped pave the way for Martha’s solo music career, which flawlessly unites folk, acoustic, trip hop and electronica. She comes to Trinity Centre with her brand new album Nomad in tow. Support comes from …

South West MC and spoken word poet Rider Shafique is unveiling a new photography exhibition at Trinity Centre tomorrow in line with the first public performance of his I-Dentity, which has been created in collaboration with friend and local photographer Khali Ackford. LOC’S is a photographic series celebrating and showcasing the diversity of dreadlock culture. …

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 …

The Trinity Centre’s annual free Garden Party returns 14 May from midday to 9pm with a host of Bristol talent, including Sepia, Sounds Of Harlowe, Run Logan Run and this year’s headliners, Dubkasm. This year marks 41 years for Trinity Centre as beating heart of Old Market – renowned for its amazing space and natural …