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Butterz announce Royal Rumble party at Fabric

Butterz return to Fabric in January with a special WWE-inspired event in room one. On…

Crack Magazine and Bristol illustrator Turbo Island launch charity ‘Absolute Bristol Legends’ tea towel

Crack Magazine have teamed up with Bristol illustrator Christopher Wright (of studio Turbo Island) to…

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, St. Vincent, Patti Smith and Courtney Barnett announce All Points East London show

They’ll play Victoria Park in June

Lovebox and Citadel Festivals will move to Brockwell Park in 2018

Two major UK festivals are relocating in 2018. Lovebox and Citadel Festivals will cross the…

DJ Lycox

The Príncipe affiliate delivers a colourful, high-energy injection of soca rhythms, grimey synths and scattershot vocal samples

Frank Ocean announces Endless vinyl, CD, DVD and VHS release

Frank Ocean has announced a physical release for Endless, his visual album which preceded last…

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Jasss

The Berlin-based sound artist turns in a future-facing mix, drawing on wiggy electro, growling halfstep, breaksy IDM and boom-bap house

Watch the spectacular video for Young Fathers’ LORD

Young Fathers have shared a video for LORD, a track taken from their upcoming album…

Selections: Essaie Pas

Peripheral dancefloor sounds handpicked by Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau. Featuring Rabit, Avalon Emerson, Kara-Lis Coverdale and more.

IDLES, Hookworms and more confirmed for Rough Trade Bristol opening

Following the exciting news that a branch of Rough Trade will be opening in Bristol,…

Simple Things 2017: IDLES

A highlight of our year, IDLES’ channeled raw punk energy into their triumphant homecoming show at Bristol’s Simple Things Festival

Simple Things 2017: Marie Davidson

Relive the dancefloor deconstructions from electronic and spoken word artist Marie Davidson at Bristol’s Colston Hall for Simple Things

Simple Things 2017: Omar Souleyman

The unforgettable finale to Bristol’s Simple Things Festival with celebrated Syrian artist Omar Souleyman

Franklin De Costa

The man behind Berlin’s seminal Mothers Finest parties turns in a mix of industrial techno, nimble UK-rooted beats and space-age synths