Wednesday //

Tuckshop launch with O’Flynn, Thekla
Tuckshop is a new monthly mid-week session at Thekla, delivering some of the best in UK house, techno and disco from emerging underground talent as well as from seasoned selectors. First to grace the decks is percussive house and disco DJ O’Flynn, whose musical talent has been recognised by the reputable Boiler Room and his tunes have featured in sets from the likes of Four Tet, Gilles Peterson, James Blake and the Hessle Audio crew. Full info, tickets and more…

The Wailers, O2 Academy Bristol
World-renowned reggae collective The Wailers will be touching down at Bristol’s O2 Academy this March, to showcase their revolutionary sound and material from their iconic album Legend. Having performed with some of the world’s greatest musical talent such as Stevie Wonder, Sting and the Fugees, as well as reggae legends Peter Tosh and Burning Spear, their live performance is a rite of passage for reggae fans young and old. Full info, tickets and more…

Thursday //

Turbowolf, Trinity Centre
Bristol rockers Turbowolf will be returning to their hometown this month to perform at Trinity. Famed for their electrifying live shows consisting of a crazy mix of punk, heavy metal and stoner rock with a sprinkle of neo-psychedelia, the band have certainly been making a name for themselves in the British underground scene. Showcasing their extensive catalogue, this will be a performance you don’t want to miss. Full info, tickets and more…

Binbag Wisdom, Canteen
Thought provokers and all-round party starters Binbag Wisdom will be stopping off at Canteen this March, to deliver the powerful, witty sounds of their unique brand of Anarcho Jazz infused hip hop.

Promising to deliver fresh new material, we are itching to find out what intelligent rhymes and clever observations of modern-day society they’ve come up with this time. Driven by the towering delivery of MC Binbags, these guys never fail to get the crowd jumping. Full info, tickets and more…

Atomic, The Lanes
Party-starting jukebox hits all night long at The Lanes. Resident DJs will be treating your ears to some classic 50s hits, keeping your feet tapping and hips wiggling until the early hours to sounds from the likes of Blondie, The Beatles, Wham, Sugarhill Gang, Joy Division and more. Plus, student-friendly drinks offers available all night. Full info, tickets and more…

 

The Wholls, Mothers’ Ruin
Noel Gallagher-approved rock’n’roll night This Feeling has teamed up with Metropolis Music to present The Wholls at Mothers’ Ruin this March. Named BBC Radio 1’s ‘Best of Reading 2016’, the band’s energetic and edgy performances are full of killer riffs, perfectly crafted instrumentation and creative lyrics. Full info, tickets and more…

Friday //

Hélélé, The Golden Lion
Local Afrobeat band Hélélé will be showcasing their rhythmic sounds at The Golden Lion this March, bringing with them some of Bristol’s finest session musicians and a bucketload of groove ridden beats.

Inspired by the rhythms of the Bantu Forest of West Africa, the band has taken to some of the biggest UK festival stages including Glastonbury and Shambala. Their uplifting, exotic sounds are the perfect remedy for shaking off those weekday blues and shimmying your way into the weekend. Full info, tickets and more…

The Big Cheese, The Lanes
Bristol’s longest running club night The Big Cheese will be delivering a big fat chunk of cheesy anthems for your guilty pleasure at The Lanes, so dig out those dancing shoes and get yourself down for some non-stop cheesy pop. Expect to bust a groove to sounds from the likes of Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi, Madonna, Journey, Girls Aloud and Rihanna. Free bowling for those who get their hands on the first few tickets, plus great drink deals on all night. Full info, tickets and more…

Saturday  //

Glitch Bitch #2, To The Moon
To The Moon will be collaborating with their Old Market neighbours Glitch this March to throw us one hell of a party, consisting of art exhibitions, live music and DJs.

Live music will be provided by local alt-rock/grunge band Hut, whose unique sound is steeped in groovy riffs, dissonant melodies and creative lyricism. Singer of Hush Mozey Joe T Johnson will also be stopping in, armed with an acoustic guitar and drowsy melodies. DJ Pata and Knarette will follow on the decks, providing some dancing tunes till late.

Artists exhibiting include Valentina Vinci, Heather Savage, Sophia Checkley and more. If you get your skates on and get there early, you’ll be greeted by 2 for 1 cocktails from 6-8pm. Full info, tickets and more…

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