The temperature’s dropped and your mind is set on hot cocoa, bonfires, fireworks and warm snuggly jumpers… well, that would be one way to do winter. The other is to don your beer jacket, get sweaty on the dancefloor and dance off the holiday weight before it even creeps in. Here’s this weeks picks to do just that.


Yussef Kamaal & Musu DJs (In the Lantern)

the lantern colston hall

Ahead of the release of their debut album, Yussef Kamaal join the Musu DJs at Colston Hall for the very first stop on their UK tour. Expect jazz and jungle and grime and broken beat mixed together in a big melting pot that reflects their London origins.

20:00 – 23:00 | The Lantern at Colston Hall | £12.90 inc booking fee


Record Fair

record fair

Back to Colston Hall in the daytime for all those who in charge of the dancefloors as there’s a pretty sweet little record fair happening. Take cash and go crate digging as there’s no better way to spend a chilly November afternoon!

10:00 – 16:00 | Colston Hall | Free entry (but be prepared to open your wallet!)

Bodywork Autumn Series with Miles Simpson – Nov 5 Sat


The brains behind Thunder, one of London’s best club nights, makes his way up the M4 this weekend to join the Bodywork gang. And what better way to mark the midway point of the Autumnal residency than to welcome man like Miles Simpson to the decks. He’s joined by local powerhouse and Housework resident Daisy Moon, which, all in all, makes only four pound on the door well worth it.

22:00 – 03:00 | Crofters Rights | £4 OTD


Motion & Hypercolour 10th Birthday Day Party // Ft. Laurent Garnier, Marco Bernardi & More


Daytime rave ahoy! Bristol born label Hypercolour (named after the amazing t-shirts for those old enough to remember) celebrates their 10th birthday with their good pals at In:Motion. And whooo boy do they have a doozy of a headliner in the shape of none other than Laurent Garnier. Go, get daytime pissed, dance and have fun (but don’t blame us for your Monday desk hangover).

14:00 – 22:00 | The Marble Factory | £11.50 inc booking fee

Professional party girl Rachael Williams wears many different nightlife hats. Door girl, DJ, promoter, music journalist, propper-up-of-bars and fountain of DJ knowledge and gossip. She’s written for Resident Advisor, Ibiza Voice, Pulse Radio and ran legendary London gay bar Dalston Superstore’s online magazine for over three years.

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