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Arnofili
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Cosies
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The Apple
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The Crofters Rights
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Manor woods valley
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The White Rabbit
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Eastville park
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The Bell
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Motion
Bristol

Discover Bristol with Garage Producer Conducta

Bristol has long been one of the best cities in the UK to dance in, with its healthy music scene of accessible underground music that's ever-evolving in cultivating exciting artists, labels, genres and venues. It’s home to a budding creative scene which has birthed many of the UK's much loved artists and personalities. It’s also a city which has recently made progressive moves to acknowledge the racial inequalities which still exist in British society and culture - the community most recently tore down the statue of the slave trade owner Edward Colston and dumped him in the river (where he belongs).


UK Garage producer Conducta, grew up in Bristol dedicated to music and football. The producer, who has worked with the likes of J Hus and Jorja Smith to Skrillex, has been busy making an impact in UK garage. His guide includes old school Garage clubs, local pubs and nature walks to get to the local Bristolian experience.

Bristol has long been one of the best cities in the UK to dance in, with its healthy music scene of accessible underground music that's ever-evolving in cultivating exciting artists, labels, genres and venues. It’s home to a budding creative scene which has birthed many of the UK's much loved artists and personalities. It’s also a city which has recently made progressive moves to acknowledge the racial inequalities which still exist in British society and culture - the community most recently tore down the statue of the slave trade owner Edward Colston and dumped him in the river (where he belongs).


UK Garage producer Conducta, grew up in Bristol dedicated to music and football. The producer, who has worked with the likes of J Hus and Jorja Smith to Skrillex, has been busy making an impact in UK garage. His guide includes old school Garage clubs, local pubs and nature walks to get to the local Bristolian experience.

Arnofili

An amazing gallery space near Bristols Harbourside. Have been to countless exhibitions & talks there whilst growing up & they do a great job of amplifying a diverse range of culture.

Cosies

When I was 15 I snuck out to play my first gig here, clanged a lot but have fond memories of the place. Really intimate basement bar & great club venue

The Apple

Beautiful cider bar on a boat where I met my first manager & best friend a few years ago. Somewhere I would always go for food or drink before a hometown show

The Crofters Rights

A venue in Bristol v close to my heart. Threw my first EP launch in 2016 here with a producer called Notion also from Bris & it was one of the best nights I’ve played to this day. We manage to sell out & energy in the room that day was crazy. It came full circle last year where I sold it out again on my record labels Klub Kiwi tour.

Manor woods valley

Close to where I grew up in Bristol, a park I have fond memories of being chased home by dogs from. A very serene, lowkey park which is perfect for a long walk & alone time. Also quite hilly & perfect for bike rides.

The White Rabbit

5* Pizza. Perfect balance of cosiness & intimacy with great lighting.

Eastville park

I played my first festival here for Love the saves day. But growing up here was a good escape from my mums trips to IKEA which were around the corner

The Bell

A low key bar, tucked away as you enter stokes croft. Close to essentials such as Crofters rights & bilbos!!

Motion

Often when I’ve been booked to play in bristol, motion has been the homecoming location. One of my best shows came at sequences festival a few summers ago where I played in the courtyard