Wednesday //

The Black Angels, Trinity Centre
Austin, Texas based psychedelic rock band The Black Angels are coming to Bristol this September. The Velvet Underground-inspired five-piece will showcase their 2017 album Death Song at Trinity Centre, before heading off to tour with Car Seat Headrest. Full info, tickets and more…

Friday //

Van Zeller, Thekla
Despite being relative newcomers, Bristol’s Van Zeller are gathering momentum at a staggering pace. Their DIY ethic alone has lead to sold out hometown shows, combining soulful vocals, blistering volume and garage, rock tempos. Full info, tickets and more…


White Lion Parade + Alkahest + DOT + Deccan Traps, Mothers’ Ruin 
Mothers’ Ruin will be taking you across the spectrum of rock from alt to punk-rock with a Friday night lineup featuring ambient post-rock group White Lion Parade, heavy post-rock two-price Alkahest, French punk rock militants DOT, and heavy instrumental Bristol band Deccan Traps. Full info, tickets and more…

Saturday //

30-Sept-Roots&Culture-Shock+Rebel-Dread-Attic-BarDon Letts + Dub From Atlantis + Andy Scholes, Full Moon and Attic Bar
Digitdoc Records presents a jaw dropping lineup featuring the legendary Don Letts (The Rebel Dread), the Dub From Atlantis band featuring Ras Thulu and Celestine, and Andy Scholes (2 Kings), plus support. Full info, tickets and more…


Red Ray and the Reprobates album launch, The Old Bookshop  
The highly anticipated album launch from the West Country’s finest drink-fueled country rock and rollers. The self described ‘angry young men’ know how to conjour the perfect recipe for knee-slapping, catchy tunes and raucous live shows. Full info, tickets and more…


The-Scribes-Lukasz-KaminskiThe Scribes, Mr Wolf’s  
Bristol (by way of Plymouth) alternative hip hop trio The Scribes combine their talents to create a refreshingly unique sound and write-home-about live show, fusing elements from funk to rock to create their own exciting vision for the future of hip hop. Full info, tickets and more…


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