Wednesday //

Jucifer, Exchange
Thrash metal duo Jucifer are no strangers to putting on a fearless show. Pioneers of the sludge/doom metal scene since 1993, this husband and wife duo will hook you in with their nutritiously huge amplification. Including support from Hogslayer and Age Decay. Full info, tickets and more…

Thursday //

Lowkey, SWX
UK hip hop wordsmith, playwright and poet Lowkey is coming to Bristol this September. Back on form and with a slew of new releases and collaborations, Lowkey is out of retirement and ready to make more memorable marks in the global hip-hop consciousness. Full info, tickets and more…

Friday //

The Travis Waltons, The Lanes 
Bristol based band The Travis Waltons showcase a glorious variety of sounds, from melodic indie sounds to foot-stomping, catchy rock. Reminiscent to the distorted sounds of The White Stripes and Black Keys, The Travis Waltons are ready to bombard The Lanes in all their energetic glory. Full info, tickets and more…

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Fiesta Bombarda: Swindle & Addison Groove, Thekla
After two sell out carnivals, tropical party-throwers Fiesta Bombarda are back aboard Thekla with another impressive lineup including Brownswood Recordings-signed Swindle and the electro-tropical sounds of Addison Groove. Full info, tickets and more…

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The Bristol Hum ’17, Surrey Vaults  
Following from last year’s iteration in the Edwardian Cloakroom, The Hum returns for its second year, this time led by Bristol musicians Saltings and Carter. The full lineup includes Brazen Head, Stephen Cornford, Finlay Shakespeare and more. Full info, tickets and more…

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Ushti Baba,  
Bristol based band Ushti Baba collide Eastern and Western European folk with jungle, drum n bass and dubstep rhythms. They bring their Wake Up Daddy album launch party to The Exchange, with support from Balkan trio Troyka. Full info, tickets and more…

Saturday //

Nightbus presents: Voyages + Moriarty + Farebrother, Mr Wolf’s
Psychedelic Beatles meets Arctic Monkeys, Voyages will be showing Bristol what their all about, alongside the raw energy duo with a difference Moriarty and Bath-based indie rock band Farebrother at this month’s instalment of Nightbus at Mr Wolf’s. Full info, tickets and more…

Sunday //

Cats in Space, The Fleece
Cats in Space are on a mission to take you back to the era of classic rock and power pop with a contemporary, furry flare. Cats’ members have all independently  toured with some of glam rock and power pop’s biggest bands from The Sweet to T’Pau, and together they’ve been rocking out arenas across the country including London’s O2 Arena – so you can rest assured they know how to put on a show.  Full info, tickets and more…

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