Friday //

Dr Meaker for Nitelife magazineDr Meaker, Attic Bar
When it comes to live music in Bristol, Dr Meaker is a name you ought to know. A year since they released their critically acclaimed album Dirt & Soul on Circus Records, Bristol’s favourite live DnB act are back to take over the Attic Bar, with their unique force and re-energised Bristol sound. This effervescent nine-piece band have revisited the studio to rework Dirt & Soul with some of their favourite producers, and will no doubt deliver one almighty show as they combine live instruments with samples, studio electronics and big voices to create a seamless fusion of bone-rattling bass. They’re teaming up with a few more local favourites plus special guests for a whopping showcase of live music in Bristol. Full info, support, tickets and more…

 

Pride Punx Present: Poisonous Cunt, Tout Suite & More, The Chelsea Inn
Pride Punx are rolling into Bristol this April and are heading straight for The Chelsea Inn with full intentions of throwing a popping party. The storming lineup consists of punk band Poisonous Cunt, who will no doubt blow the roof off, and two-piece Tout Suite who will be providing blazing, fuzzing guitars alongside steady, simple drums with anarcho-punk vocals. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Saturday //

Black Foxxes, Thekla
Humble rock band Black Foxxes are heading to Bristol as part of their UK tour and will be stopping into iconic music venue Thekla for one almighty show. Their powerfully dynamic songs won listeners’ hearts back in 2016 and they have continued to build a fan base at an incredibly fast rate. Expect to hear shiver-inducing, stomach plunging and goosebump raising thrills as the band will wow you with their unique and innovative rock sound. Fuzzy guitars will be topped off by lead singer Mark Holley’s soothing, yet gritty tones as he manages to capture raw emotion with their passionate and heartfelt lyrics. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Disgraceful Behaviour, The Old Market Assembly
Can’t get enough of Drag? Well look no further. The Old Market Assembly will be collaborating with local queen Dis Charge to host a night jam-packed with debaucherous drag, cabaret and burlesque, brought to you by an inspiring collection of some of the finest international acts.

Pulling together performers from Bristol, London, Berlin and Manchester, Disgraceful Behaviour have gone all out to deliver an exciting and entertaining evening that will most likely take your breath away. Featuring Berlin’s very own Ryan Stecken, local treasures Ophelia Wild, CerebralSlut and Tess La Coil, as well as Eva Serration and Benjamin Butch, you can expect to be wowed and wooed by these incredible performers. Full info, support, tickets and more…

Sunday //

Coldbones + Blanket + Oh, The Guilt, Mothers’ Ruin
Lazarus Music presents a monstrous night of live music in Bristol this April, hosted by Mothers’ Ruin. The lineup consists of shoegaze prog-rockers Coldbones, hailed by fans as the most exciting new band in post-rock, and quartet Blanket who will be sure to deliver their achingly beautiful post-rock sound. Joining them will be Bristol’s Oh, The Guilt, who will instantly impress you with their performance and non-stop energy, with many more to be announced! Get ready to be hit by an atmospheric wall of sound that will leave you craving for more. Full info, support, tickets and more…

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