BEAM//Live - Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music - debuted at the Watershed on 29th March, with DJs Scott Hendy and Cheeba cutting music and film, whilst street artist Inkie created inspired art on the big screen..
Bristol Folk Festival, 5-7 May 2012, 3 days of Folk fun in the city's Colston Hall. This year acts include Show of Hands, Karine Polwart, Cara Dillon, Afro Celt Sound System, Lucy Ward and 3 Daft Monkeys. Plus two lucky people can win tickets!
Just a few days until the MOBO Tour arrives in Bristol, on the 28th February. Registration for the Industry Takeover at the Watershed between 12noon - 6pm is now closed and its going to be packed out, if you have secured your ticket PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE AT THE WATERSHED FOR 11AM TO REGISTER. The panels are on a first come first served basis, and the full line up of panels is now confirmed.
BEAM (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) in association with Bristol Music Foundation and Watershed are proud to announce the inaugural BEAM Live at Bristol's cultural cinema and digital creativity centre, the Watershed on March 29th. Curator Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45) will be joined by DJ Cheeba (Ninja Tune/Solid Steel) and celebrated street artist Inkie (See No Evil) to create a meld of cut n spliced audio, projections and film, with live street art via iPad (a UK first) around a pre-conceived theme. The event is free, subject to capacity and kicks off at 10pm. Don't miss this unique night!
Two of Bristol's brightest young talents have just released new videos for forthcoming releases in 2012.
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Bristol was chosen, along with Detroit and Berlin, as 'arguably the most creative city in electronic music right now' for a recently made film called 'Real Scenes'.
tickets for this years Music South West (MSW2010) are now on sale...
The Libertines and Pretty Dirty Things musician has signed an innovative deal with Bristol based music company Power Amp Music.
Members of Bristol's Cabitnet have agreed to establish a 'music trust' for Bristol.
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