Classic house, deep dubstep, dirty D&B and everything in between - as usual, Bristol is spoiling you again this week. Here's our pick of four of the best club nights hitting town...
Teachings In Dub Presents… Deep Medi, Trinity, Friday Feb 27
One of the best line-ups you’ll find in Bristol all year hits Trinity on Friday for a serious bassweight session with Mala’s Deep Medi family. Joining the DMZ original will be Bristolians Pinch and Kahn, plus Commodo, Gantz, Compa and Kaiju, all playing on a mighty RC1 system.
Black Butter x The Blast, Motion, Saturday Feb 28, £18.50
After a sell-out show with Digital Soundboy in January, Bristol’s premium party-starters The Blast link with another of dance music’s biggest brands for a Motion mega rave this Saturday. Headlined by a rare set from America’s DJ Craze and the brilliant Oneman, local BB stars My Nu Leng, Woz and Troy Gunner round off the main room, while Novelist and Benton keep things tight in the Tunnel.
Parallel Dimensions, Lakota, Friday Feb 27, £15
Something different comes to Bristol’s musical menu this Saturday, with Parallel Dimensions reaching deep into the history books to put together a diverse line-up of dance music heroes at Lakota. It’s wall to wall rave legends in the main room, as 808 State are joined by Hacienda resident Graeme Park and Bristol’s own Deli G. Room two is taken care of by the excellent Pysched crew, while Bedmo Disco hold it down in room three.
Ramlife, Thekla, Friday Feb 27, £8
Full-pressure drum & bass at Thekla on Friday night as Ram Records come to town. One of D&B’s most accomplished producers, Audio, tops the bill, joined by Critical Music’s Foreign Concept and the ever-heavy Unknown Error.