Bristol-based blues-loving rock n rollers True Strays are closing a 14-date UK tour in celebration of their latest single Lay Down Let Go this weekend, with a live launch party at Mothers’ Ruin. Nitelife is delighted to premier the new single ahead of official release tomorrow. Though True Strays’ influences range from Muddy Waters to Queens …

An occasion that has filled our hearts with friendship, fun and beautiful beats for over a decade. A party in a field that’s grown from humble beginnings. A family-run celebration that has never weakened its ethos. This is an ode to Fieldview. We’re rather spoilt in Bristol, but 10 years ago in my hometown of …

South West gem Fieldview Festival have announced that they will be taking an indefinite hiatus after this year’s festival in August. While we’re sad to see them go, we can take some consolation in the fact that they’re seeing things out with a bang – inviting longtime Fieldview friends The Mouse Outfit to headline.  The …

Mothers’ Ruin is celebrating its 10th birthday in style with a whole weekend of party antics. With a clientele of indie kids and punk rockers and free entry almost every night of the week, this iconic Bristol pub regularly hosts some of Bristol’s finest live music, as well as having a range of club nights …

Wiltshire’s little gem of a festival wants to officially extend the Fieldview family to Bristol. Less than 45 minutes away by car, Fieldview has a likeminded ethos to many of the festivals in our own postcode in terms of sustainability, supporting local talent (of all kinds), and just generally being good eggs. The non-profit music …

One of our favourite little festivals is offering Nitelife readers a chance to win 2 x tickets to this year’s festival in Wiltshire on 3-6 August. Run by volunteers and with all surplus cash going straight to charities and other good causes, Fieldview has donated over £28,000 since its 2009 inception, spreading the good vibes …

Bristol-born delta rock ’n’ roll revivalists and good time guys will be bringing their foot-stompin, late-night hoedowns back to the city for two shoulder-to-shoulder April shows at two of Bristol’s best small venues: The Old Bookshop (8 April) and The Golden Lion (9 April). A knee-slapping blend of country cool rock ’n’ roll, with a …