Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
Sunless ’97 combine half-broken synths, louche bass and tripped out vocals to produce something truly excellent.
Tonight is helmed by Hazard, an uncompromising DJ who dives in hard so no one goes home.
Danny Rampling basically invented modern British clubbing, so grab this chance to see the semi-retired legend while you can.
If you fancy something a little bit unusual on the first Tuesday of the month, we recommend being blown away by Slip Jam:B
Ifan Dafydd and Elephino are exciting prospects but we’re most excited to see Gang Colours at this Great Escape special.
Synthesize Me’s monthly investigations into electronic music history have quietly built up a strong following.
Bristol beat-god Kahn’s been inexplicably absent from Brighton club line-ups, and it’s about time he was booked.
Listening to Caspa’s ‘Rubber Chicken’, released back in ‘06, you can hear how the heavy, simple basslines defined the dubstep genre.
The city is blessed again with its colourful equivalent to a 1950s movie. Rockers twist the night away to the best rockabilly event in Brighton.
Bonobo’s Simon Green is a New Yorker these days, but he’s out on tour and calling in on his old home town.
BTL again demonstrate their knack for choosing producers you haven’t yet heard of, but will later love.
Synkro and Fantastic Mr Fox on one bill means this Friday the 13th is far from unlucky.
Disco&Co are bring their mix of house, disco, funk and more to the Bristol Bar for a getaway party from their East London home.
Blah Blah Blah been chosen to host an after party at Exit Festival, so tonight doubles as a warm-up party and birthday celebration.
One major boon of living in a town with a partying penchant is that the best parties are the ones we do for ourselves.
The creative team behind Producer’s Retreat have gone stellar this time, and the Green Door Store’s set to be transformed.
Oneman had to pull out of his set last October after getting ill, so Aka Aka Roar are making up for it in a big way.
The Modern Life Is Still Rubbish crew are celebrate Blur headlining the Olympics closing ceremony.
With Eats Everything on the bill, this showcase from one of Bristol’s hottest labels will be great.
Crosstown Rebels has become one of the key labels in the new deep house scene.
Well Rounded proved themselves to be forward-thinking like Mystic Meg when they released Deadboy’s ‘U Cheated’ back in 2009.
Clubbing institution Stick It On, now fittingly ensconced in Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, are turning their door money over to charity.
Born from al fresco house parties in San Francisco ten years ago, Dirtybird is now one of the most respected house labels.
Tired of your 21st Century lifestyle? Disco Deviant’s new project with Andrew Weatherall and Sean Johnston could hold the answer.
Having released dozens of jazz compilations, the Gilles is renowned for creating great party atmospheres and reading the crowd perfectly.