Giant Swan will stream their tour film, Flight Of The Giant Swan, this weekend.
Bristol techno punk duo Giant Swan, AKA Robin Stewart and Harry Wright, will premiere the film from Friday through Sunday this week, in collaboration with Bristol indie cinema The Cube.
Illegal Data returns this month with a brand new compilation.
The Bristol label and party’s second compilation features 15 tracks of sugar-rush club bangers, emotional beats and pop experiments. Set for release on 26th February, contributions to the comp come from the likes of Ava Akira, Kai Whiston, EBU + Mun Sing and MXLX.
Below you can hear the compilation’s closer, Fever 103°’s choral techno scorcher ‘I Sink’.
Bristol’s Noods Radio has launched a membership scheme.
The team behind Noods Radio, an independent station broadcasting from Bristol's Stokes Croft founded back in 2015, have launched a new membership scheme dubbed Noods Luvers to support the station and keep it on the airwaves.
Previously reliant on merch and crowdfunding, alongside events which have been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, Noods are asking listeners to donate as little as £3 per month to the station to "cover our bills, create more creative opportunities and keep supporting artists."
Illegal Data returns next month with a new EP from TEEN.
An investigation has been launched after a woman was attacked by a police dog at an illegal rave last month.
On Halloween, a number of illegal parties were stopped across the UK, including an event where 700 people had gathered at a Bristol warehouse rave that began around 10:30PM Saturday night and continued through to Sunday afternoon, 1st November.
A 1,000-person rave in East London was closed down by police during Halloween weekend according to East London Advertiser, just one of several raids to take place at events in the capital that breached coronavirus regulations.
Bristol has a new radio station, SWU.FM.
Focused on electronic music, the station has been in the works for a couple of years and previously ran test transmissions before now going official on Bristol's local FM airwaves as well as online. Locals in Bristol can tune in at 103.7 FM, while those further afield can listen via the worldwide online stream.
Bristol producer Delay Grounds will make his solo debut on YUSHH’s Pressure Dome label in October with the ‘Onomatopoeia’ EP.
Having debuted on the label in July on its second charity compilation, the emerging producer steps up now with three cuts of futuristic UK techno, full of animated electronics, percussive beats and bass weight. Capped with a remix from fellow Bristol producer Suze, it’s a thrilling introduction to yet more young talent from a city that’s full of it.
Bristol venue Colston Hall has been officially renamed.
In June, one week after protestors toppled a statue of 17th century slave trader Edward Colston from outside Colston Hall music and arts venue, the venue name was seen being removed from the front of the building ahead of its new title.
Bristol club Blue Mountain has announced permanent closure.
The team at Blue Mountain, located in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol, took to social media on Monday (17th) to announce that they would be shutting their doors permanmently. A post from the club said: "It’s with heavy heart that we have to announce that we will be closing from mid September as we’ve been given notice from the owners of the venue who are now wanting their property back for their future plans to develop the site.
"We have exhausted all avenues to try to allow us to remain open.