October

Svalbard, The Tidal Sleep, The Earth & Me And Weeping

DEADPUNK PROMOTIONS PRESENTS: SVALBARD (Bristol, UK) https://svalbard.bandcamp.com/ THE TIDAL SLEEP (Germany) https://thetidalsleep.bandcamp.com/ THE EARTH & ME (Bristol, UK) http://theearthandme.bandcamp.com WEEPING (Bristol, UK) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJQ6DVyYaf4

The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdom

Svalbard, The Tidal Sle...

The Exchange
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

M | Bristol

M has announced a UK and Ireland tour. The Danish synth-pop artist, who is working on her second LP, will head to Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Norwich and Birmingham during October. Tickets are on sale at 9am on May 12.

O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

M | Bristol

O2 Academy Bristol
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Brewery Bowl Off - Vol 5

Coming into the fourth year, The Lanes has had representatives for over 40 breweries bowl for the Bowl Off Shield! 2013 - Butcombe Brewery - Average Score 98 2014 - Butcombe - Average Score 119.3 2015 - Bristol Beer Factory - Average Score 114 2016 - Adnams / Lagunitas Brewing Co - Average Score 123.17 They\'ll be around 20 breweries from the local area and afar to fight out to become 2017 Brewery Bowl Off Champions! Luke Daniels and Ed Johnson\' Love Shack will provide some awful yet brilliant tunes and if you want to get a DJ slot let us know and we can arrange. Rules: No touching of the hair or face Maximum of 6 people per team Minimum of 4 people per team Breweries can combine forces to build up numbers The average score from the team will be taken and the team with the highest score wins the shield for a year! Simple. They\'ll be lots of lovely beer on during the night too.

The Lanes, Bristol, United Kingdom

Brewery Bowl Off - Vol ...

The Lanes
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Public Service Broadcasting

Mon 23 Oct 2017 25.80 incl. booking fee Colston Hall - 19:00 PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING have established a reputation for weaving forensic audio research into evocative experimental storytelling. Following the stargazing success of 2015s The Race For Space, PSB have set their sights in the opposite direction and will be taking listeners down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys. Their third album Every Valley (due for release in July) channels the history of coal mining and its communities through PSBs customarily compelling fusion of sampled speech and thrilling music. In transposing the story of the South Wales miners into the 21st Century of fake news, populist politics and a total disregard for the voiceless, Every Valley is a resounding call to arms. 10+/ U14yrs to be accompanied by an adult 18+ This show is stalls part-standing. Tickets are strictly limited to four per person. Tickets cannot be resold or transferred under any circumstances. If the promoter or venue reasonably believes this to be the case the ticket will be void, prohibiting entry to the concert. Failure to adhere to terms and conditions may result in the customers order being void. There are no exceptions to this rule. This is at request of the promoter and is to ensure tickets are going to fans not touts. We thank our customers for their understanding. Please contact Box Office with any queries.

Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom

Public Service Broadcas...

Colston Hall
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Hurray For The Riff Raff At Trinity Centre

Mon 23 Oct 2017 13.50 incl. booking fee Trinity Centre - 20:00 Channelling Patti Smith, Woody Guthrie, 70s New York punk and Puerto Rican rhythms, Hurray for the Riff Raff return with a heady sonic gumbo, (NME). In their latest, critically-acclaimed album Navigator, frontwoman Alynda Segarra explores her Bronx/Puerto Rican roots with typical smoky vocals and finely-tuned lyrics to deliver songs that just flow slinky, sad or elegant in their own ways. (Guardian). Performing at Bristols Trinity Centre, expect an irresistible blend of stories and sounds from a band that reclaims folks protest roots and marries them to the sounds of the Caribbean (Pitchfork).

Trinity, Bristol, United Kingdom

Hurray For The Riff Raf...

Trinity
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Otherkin - The Crofters Rights - 23.10.17

OTHERKIN Otherkin enjoyed a manic 2016 summer of festivals in the UK, Ireland and across Europe, in support of their second EP release, entitled The New Vice. Luke, Conor and David first had the idea for the band in 2013, but Otherkin did not coalesce until they found drummer Rob later that year, drawn together by a shared love of bands like The Clash, QOTSA, Ramones and Blur. Early gigs in college dorms and house parties gave way to regular shows on Dublins vibrant live venue circuit, which in turn blossomed into a step up to the Irish festival carousel - Longitude, Electric Picnic, Hard Working Class Heroes and Other Voices - in 2014. After a couple of hand-made, self-released tracks, Otherkin hit their stride with the rambunctious grunge-pop single Ay Ay, which came to the attention of leading Irish indie label Rubyworks in early 2015. The 201 EP - featuring Ay Ay and Feel It - was a quartet of quivering, shivering thumpers released to coincide with their UK festival debut at Leeds / Reading and their first full-length UK tour. Radio exposure came courtesy of support from Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 and John Kennedy on Radio X, while MTV Rocks added videos for both songs into their new music playlists. The New Vice EP, which was recorded in Dublin, and mixed in the UK by Jolyon Thomas (Slaves) features I Was Born and Yeah I Know; the former quickly raced to 100,000 listens on Soundcloud, and enjoyed daytime support from Clara Amfo at BBC Radio 1. The band are currently in the studio recording their debut album, which will be released on Rubyworks in 2017. In Praise of Otherkin Irish rockers Otherkin were another highlight. The band had only arrived off the ferry from Dublin the same morning, but provided a ferocious show with shirtless singer Luke Reilly constantly singing their infectious Catfish And The Bottlemen-style anthems from among the crowd. - NME live review Blistering Dublin garage punks Otherkin play the tent as if it is Madison Square Garden - The Guardian UK live review Otherkin are a riotous four piece, all leather jackets, torn jeans and garage rock riffs. Blazing energy, morse code guitars and caveman drums. - Clash Magazine UK Basically they\'re just a big mass of energy - four guys who write hugely infectious tracks with rough, snarling vocals and grunge riffs. - The Independent UK Perfectly executed singles I Was Born and Yeah, I Know will leave you quivering in their wake. - There Goes The Fear Bursting with roaring, captivating, loud as hell tunes - Pancakes & Whiskey Its an alluring whirlwind with pulsating drums, killer vocals and an unmistakably urgent yet pleasing vibe - Glam Glare MONDAY 23 OCTOBER CROFTER\'S RIGHTS 117-119 Stokes Croft Bristol BS1 3RW Doors 7.00pm Ages 18+ Advance tickets available from: www.alttickets.com www.gigantic.com www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

The Crofters Rights, Bristol, United Kingdom

Otherkin - The Crofters...

The Crofters Rights
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Theatre Of Hate At The Fleece, Bristol

Mon 23rd Oct | 7.30pm | 16 adv | All Ages* Theatre of Hate www.facebook.com/TheatreOfHateOfficial In 1980, Kirk Brandon formed Theatre Of Hate from the ashes of heralded punk band The Pack. Joining Kirk on vocals were notable punk musicians Stan Stammers and Luke Rendall, along with old school friend, Steve Guthrie and Canadian born John Boy Lennard, who revolutionised the bands sound with his haunting sax lines. Theatre Of Hates debut double-A-side single, Legon/Original Sin, topped the independent chart in 1980, and Westworld, their debut album, produced by Mick Jones from The Clash and released in 1982, held the number one position for 21 weeks. The single taken from the album, Do You Believe In The Westworld? has become an anthem and is still widely played in clubs and on international radio, as well as featuring on numerous compilation albums. Supporting the likes of The Clash, Ian Dury and Spizz Energi lead to Theatre Of Hate headlining major venues across the UK & Northern Europe. Theatre Of Hate imploded in 1982, with Kirk taking Stan forward to form Spear Of Destiny, but the band has resurfaced over the years to play some very special shows and have recently released new material. The Fleece www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS www.seetickets.com/tour/theatre-of-hate www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/eventdetails.aspx?e=16211 *Under 16s must be with an adult

The Fleece, Bristol, United Kingdom

Theatre Of Hate At The ...

The Fleece
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Big Fat Charity Music Quiz

MusicSpace is a charity providing music therapy for people of all ages in Bristol and the South West since 1991. They use music making to help people communicate and express themselves. Music therapy uses music and sounds where words may be difficult to find. Our qualified music therapists use music making to help people communicate, express themselves and start building relationships. Everyone responds to music and this is often unaffected by disability and illness. Music can make a real difference. It can bring dramatic changes. Music therapy is a creative way of working that is open to everyone, whatever challenges they may be facing.

The Golden Lion, Bristol, United Kingdom

Big Fat Charity Music Q...

The Golden Lion
Bristol

Monday

23 Oct

Gabrielle Aplin - Trinity - 24.10.17

GABRIELLE APLIN www.gabrielleaplin.com Gabrielle Aplin is a singer songwriter from Wiltshire, Bath. A self-taught musician, Gabrielle and her manager James Barnes founded Never Fade Records in 2010 as a way for Gabrielle to self release her own music. Gabrielle released three EPs on Never Fade Records: Acoustic EP (2010), Never Fade EP (2011) and Home EP (2012). Together, they have sold in excess of 100,000 copies and led to Gabrielle signing a record deal with Parlophone Records in 2012. Gabrielle cemented her status as a breakthrough artist of 2013 with the release of her stunning debut album English Rain which peaked at #2 in the UK during a chart-run that lasted almost five months and has now been certified Gold. English Rain spawned the #1 single The Power of Love and other hit singles: Please Dont Say You Love Me Panic Cord, Home and Salvation. The success of English Rain spread worldwide with Gabrielle embarking on eighteen months international touring seeing and hearing the world. International success in the US, Asia and Australia all fed, bled and rushed into Gabrielles sophomore album Light Up The Dark which was released in late 2015 and featured title track Light Up The Dark & the contagious Sweet Nothing. TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER TRINITY CENTRE Trinity Road, Bristol, Avon BS2 0NW Doors 7pm Ages 14+ Advance tickets available from: www.alttickets.com www.gigantic.com www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

Trinity, Bristol, United Kingdom

Gabrielle Aplin - Trini...

Trinity
Bristol

Tuesday

24 Oct

People, Places & Things

Emma was having the time of her life. Now she\'s in rehab. Her first step is to admit that she has a problem. But the problem isn\'t with Emma, it\'s with everything else. She needs to tell the truth. But she\'s smart enough to know that there\'s no such thing. When intoxication feels like the only way to survive the modern world, how can she ever sober up? Following a critically acclaimed, sold out season at the National Theatre and transfer to Wyndham\'s Theatre, People, Places & Things comes to Bristol as part of a UK-wide tour. 24-28 Oct Theatre 7.30pm, 2.30pm (Sat mats) 33.50-10 (plus booking fee)

The Old Vic, Bristol, United Kingdom

People, Places & Things...

The Old Vic
Bristol

Tuesday

24 Oct

Milton Jones Is Out There

Milton Jones is Out There. No, really out there and this time he hasnt just forgotten his keys. Hes holding up the mirror of truth to society, and he can see right through it, which means its probably just a window. In his brand new show hell be putting his foot down and lifting the lid on the pedal bin of lies of the media. He will also be scaling the heights of fashion at the risk of falling into a terrible cravat. Milton will be talking about his life so far the ups, the downs and why buying his own see-saw was the best decision he ever made. But perhaps he should give all this up and seek the highest office in the land but how do you get a desk and a swivel chair up a mountain? Oh and now he wants to be Prime Minister too. Can we do worse than the politicians we already have? Yes we can! Colston Hall Wed 25 Oct 2017 27.95 incl. booking fee

Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom

Milton Jones Is Out The...

Colston Hall
Bristol

Wednesday

25 Oct

WASP Live At O2 Academy Bristol

Academy Events present W.A.S.P. Plus special guests 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of \'The Crimson Idol\' - a classic that stands the test of that quarter-century, and was heralded at the time by both critics and fans alike. Bringing the album up to date, Blackie Lawless and co will release a new re-recorded version alongside a 50 minute DVD film of the entire story. This will be the latest entry into the W.A.S.P catalogue since their new album \'Golgotha\' in late 2016, which saw the band "retain a level of credibility that precious few of their metal peers ever even aspired to, let alone achieved", according to Classic Rock. W.A.S.P will perform \'The Crimson Idol\' in full - accompanied by the film - followed by a second set of hits; the production and performance will be as powerful as fans have come to expect.

O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Wasp Live At O2 Academy...

O2 Academy Bristol
Bristol

Wednesday

25 Oct

Ross + Ali (in The Lantern)

Winners of Best Duo at the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Ross and Ali are lifelong friends who translate their deep love for traditional Scottish folk music into a crackling onstage synergy. As founding members of Treacherous Orchestra and former proteges of pipe master Gordon Duncan, their collaboration has been championed as a partnership thats rugged and inventive yet true to the tradition (Herald). This is a standing event. Age guidance: Under-14s to be accompanied by an adult. Wed 25 Oct 2017 12.90 incl. booking fee The Lantern - 20:00

Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom

Ross + Ali (in The Lant...

Colston Hall
Bristol

Wednesday

25 Oct

The Horrors At The Bierkeller

THE HORRORS Bristol Bierkeller Wed 25th Oct Tickets 17.50adv from 0117 9299008 ***ON SALE FRI 30th JUNE*** 14+ show (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult) www.thehorrors.co.uk THE HORRORS RELEASE THEIR FIFTH STUDIO ALBUM V ON SEPTEMBER 22 THROUGH WOLFTONE/CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL THE TEN TRACK ALBUM, PRODUCED BY PAUL EPWORTH, WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A FULL UK TOUR IN OCTOBER The Horrors release their stunningly assertive fifth album V on September 22. The album has been previewed by the first single Machine which sees the group at their majestic, imperial best, although the ten tracks on the album are so diverse that when the final song and future single Something To Remember Me By appears to channel dance, trance and 80s pop genres it feels like both the most natural thing in the musical world and also the most surprising. V shows the group at the peak of their powers, exhibiting a freedom and sense of exploration that feels truly liberating. It is a risk, says Faris Badwan discussing the bands bold refusal to stand still. But life isnt much fun without risk. Its the antithesis of being creative if you know what youre going to be doing every time. Keyboardist Tom Cowan continues: Its natural, if you do see yourself as an artist, to progress and not play it safe. Bowie pre-empted the modern condition of not being able to stay in one place for very long, and I get frustrated with bands who stay still. Because then it does become a career. The album artwork comes from talented VFX artist and director Erik Ferguson, who is known for his abstract and intriguing creative vision. V was recorded in London with producer Paul Epworth, who has worked with FKA Twigs, Lorde, Rihanna, Adele, London Grammar, Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, U2 and Paul McCartney, amongst many others. The album comprises: HOLOGRAM PRESS ENTER TO EXIT MACHINE GHOST TWO WAY MIRROR WEIGHED DOWN WORLD BELOW GATHERING ITS A GOOD LIFE SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY The Horrors have recently supported Depeche Mode on tour. The group will play a small show at Londons Omeara on July 11, followed by the Latitude Festival on July 14, a UK festival exclusive for the band The Horrors will tour the UK in October; tickets on sale Friday June 30. When we started, explains bassist Rhys Webb, we had a very clear idea of what we wanted to do, which was to make as furious a noise as possible, a fast and violent racket. But even though we started with this punky garage sound there was always this real spirit of wanting to experiment and explore. V is the sound of a band making undoubtedly the most expansive and progressive music of their careers.

Bierkeller, Bristol, United Kingdom

The Horrors At The Bier...

Bierkeller
Bristol

Wednesday

25 Oct

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