Bristol gigs to catch this January: Ob Tips

The crème de la crème of live gigs coming to Bristol this month.

underscores – 4th December
Exchange, BS2 0EJ
April Harper Grey’s experimental pop project returned earlier this year with the incredible Wallsocket and is set to make her debut in the South West to showcase the record.

Shygirl – 5th December
Marble Factory, BS2 0PX
After debut album Nymph received huge critical acclaim last year, alongside a Mercury Prize nomination, electronic producer Shygirl will see out the year by bringing her electrifying live show to various stops around the UK and Europe.

Slow Pulp – 5th December
Strange Brew, BS1 3DB
The Madison, Wisconsin indie rockers came back with second album Yard a couple of months ago, and come to our shores for what promises to be an evening of fuzzed-out joy.

Opus Kink – 8th December
Thekla, BS1 4RB
Brighton art-rock sextet Opus Kink have always attracted a generously sized crowd to their Bristol shows, and promise to dial up the mania for their show on board the iconic Thekla venue.

SCALER / Daniel Avery – 8th December
Strange Brew, BS1 3DB
The industrial techno outfit return to the city it all started in for two shows on 8th December, beginning with a matinee performance and following it up with another show accompanied by producer and collaborator Daniel Avery.

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