Tuesday //

Girl Ray live at Thekla 10 April - Nitelife BristolGirl Ray, Thekla
North-London based, estrogen-pop band Girl Ray are returning to Bristol this April for a memorable show, following the release of their debut LP Earl Grey via Moshi Moshi Records. Taking influence from bands like The Beatles, Pixies and The Beach Boys, the trio will be stopping into Thekla to deliver their deep, introspective sound filled with indie-pop vibes. Full info, support, tickets and more…

 

Sam Green and the Midnight Heist live at Mr Wolf's in April - Nitelife BristolSam Green and The Midnight Heist, Mr Wolf’s
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 style is simply amazing. This band from the South West will no doubt kick up a storm with their non-stop stompin’ beats, beatful bass and growling guitars. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Ben Marwood live at Exchange in BristolBen Marwood, Exchange
Ben Marwood’s sound is a marvel for the ears, as his gentle folk melodies capture the imagination and hearts of his listeners. Having performed alongside accomplished artists such as Frank Turner and Emily Barker, Ben’s intricate guitar playing and witty words will no doubt make for a mesmeric evening. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Thursdsay //

Minami Deutsch live at The Lanes - Nitelife BristolMinami Deutsch, The Lanes
Gravy Train and The Lanes brings us Japanese Krautrock band Minami Deutsch, as the guitar, vocal and synth trio hit the road to celebrate the release of their latest album With Dim Light. Their performance will be filled to the brim with driving Motorik beats, funny yet bizarre Japanese lyrics whispered over manic rhythms and electronic pulses, creating a sound that is both unique and innovative. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Friday //

The Soul Ingredients live at Canteen - Nitelife - live music in Bristol

The Soul Ingredients, Canteen
Powerful seven-piece The Soul Ingredients will be taking centre stage at Canteen this April to deliver their original, soothing soul and slick R&B sounds inspired by the traditional and authentic Stax style. A heady combination of excellent musicianship and dynamic energy will no doubt have you up on your feet dancing until the early hours. Get ready for a night filled with the mighty vocals of Pete Coggins, soulful brass, groove-ridden beats and funk that will leave you wanting more. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Bastille live at Colston hall in Bristol

Bastille, Colston Hall
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 and spine-tingling experience, with Dan Smith’s lyrical flair never failing to disappoint. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Ram Records at Motion with Sub Focus

RAM records, Motion
RAM Records are touching down at Motion this April to present a five-star drum and bass lineup. Known for his air-punching and dancefloor dismantling beats, headliner Sub Focus will be taking to the decks to provide a set that will most likely blow your socks off. Joining him will be record producers Bad Company to deliver their bone-tingling beats and heavy basslines, as well as Culture Shock and Frankee, to name a few. Not for the faint-hearted, prepare for a night of the best in drum and bass in full sonic effect. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Saturday //

To the Moon launch Mutual Vibes in celebration of Bristol Zero Tolerance

Mutual Vibes, To The Moon
To The Moon proudly present a new LGBT and friends, funky house party with Mutual Vibes and DJ L Pet (Gino Figliolini), who will be spinning the decks for your listening pleasure. Expect a night jam-packed with vocal twisted disco, hammering house and groove-ridden funk that will keep you throwing shapes for the evening’s entirety.

This event is also doubling up as a celebration, since To The Moon have recently signed up to Bristol Zero Tolerance, a city-wide initiative to abolish all gender-based violence, abuse, harassment and exploitation. Of course, everyone is welcome and with free entry and 2 for 1 cocktails from 6-8pm, expect feel good vibes all round. Full info, support, tickets and more…

The People's Front Room present BOMBS live at Mr Wolf's

BOMBS, Mr Wolf’s
The People’s Front Room Collective present a night filled with the sounds of some local legends at Mr Wolf’s with BOMBS and Clayton Blizzard, in aid of their current fundraising campaign. The diverse group of artists and musicians work collaboratively to put on accessible, affordable events across the country and are saving up for a van, sound equipment and a marquee, so they can keep doing what they do best.

A worthy cause fronted by a great lineup, the evening will see Bristol trip-hop rockers BOMBS take to the Mr Wolf’s stage, as well as local folk rapper Clayton Blizzard with his band The Boys From Marketing. DJ Hiphoppapotamus will follow on the decks, spinning party tunes until the early hours. Full info, support, tickets and more…

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