Chapter 5 will take place from 19:30pm – 01:00am on Saturday November 10th, at  Arnolfini, Bristol. Tickets cost £25 + bf for an adult and £12.50 + bf for a young adult (ages 13 – 17)

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Chapter 5: What to expect

An incredible line up of musicians, spanning styles and genres, blowing the Arnolfini roof off for one serious Saturday night party. 


An electronic music collaboration between revolutionary women, brought together by In Place Of War.  These eight influential artists from Brazil, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Bangladesh and the UK fuse together s dark techno, ghetto bass, hip hop, dancehall, reggae, soul and electronica, and tell their collective stories, demonstrating how artistic creativity can conquer conflict. More here.

KRUST (Album Preview):

After a 10 year break from releasing music, Krust returns, previewing brand new tracks – followed by an in-depth discussion on the creative and psychological process behind his projects past and present. Dive deep into the mind of one of the most experimental artists in electronic music. More here.

MC Xander:

MC Xander has gained global recognition for his mix of beatbox, socially conscious songwriting and mesmerising live looping. His live YouTube videos have amassed over 7 million views and his all-vocal album ‘Eyeopeness’ has become a classic of the beatbox looping genre. Xander has just released his second studio album, Hymns. More here.

Kid Carpet:

Catchy, lo-fi, electro-punk, shouty songs with old keyboards, toys, big beats, computers, a sellotaped up broken electric guitar and a DIY attitude. After 15 years and 7 albums Kid Carpet is excited to be gigging in Bristol and bringing a show to the Arnolfini. As this is the first Kid Carpet Bristol gig for a couple of years, it’s likely to totally kick off… More here. 

Honey Hahs:

Rowan, Robin and Sylvie are sisters aged 16, 13 and 11. They write fresh, classy songs, make a sweet sound and all sing and harmonize together. Echoes of Jonathon Richman, Low, Daniel Johnson and Bobby Gentry all bubble up in their deliciously indie pop sound. You can see why Rough Trade fell in love with them, and have just released their debut album ‘Dear Someone, Happy Something’. More here.

DJ Dad B2B Lexxi:

Legendary Bristol (and elsewhere) selector, DJ Dad mixes hip hop, funk, afro-beat, garage, roots, dancehall, soca, grime, jazz, drum & bass with a whole lotta joy. Lexxi (aka Bliss Zion)has been making her mark on the Bristol underground scene for years. She blends between 90s R&B, hip hop, UK garage, reggae and dancehall, interspersed with live vocals and her own upbeat productions.

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