A complete list of live music and nightlife for Saturday 3rd February.
From today's events
“We're excited to announce the next Department S Club Night Bristol and Pretty Green collaboration which takes place on Saturday 3rd February when Oscar Harrison (Ocean Colour Scene) will be performing a guest DJ set along side resident DJ John Britton at Department S Club Night Bristol at The Lanes, expect to hear Indie, Mod, Soul, Rock & Roll Two Tone, Motown, Funk, Glam, Bowie & Joy Division sounds til 3am.
Oscar will be on around midnight*.”
“James Gilchrist (Evangelist) joins award-winning chamber choir Bath Camerata and a starry line up of some of Europe’s finest Baroque soloists and players in Bach’s dramatic masterpiece, the St John Passion, retelling the story of Jesus’ last days. You won’t find better musicians to perform this exciting, beautiful and heart-breaking work.
Bath Camerata: JS Bach St John Passion
Saturday 3 February 2018, 7.30pm
St Mary Redcliffe Church, Colston Parade, Bristol BS1 6RA
Tickets: £28, £22, £15, £10 (under 25s half price)
Available from www.bathcamerata.co.uk or St George’s Bristol Box Office on 0845 40 24 001
Fresh from vocal work on Aldous Harding’s ‘Party’, Fenne Lily's rapid ascent to stardom continues. Sitting somewhere between the earnest songwriting of Laura Marling and the pristine folk-pop of sóley and JFDR, Lily has quickly found favour with BBC Radio 6 djs and local collaborators Tamu Massif and Oliver Wilde. Her first headline show at The Louisiana may not be until February, but tickets are already running extremely low. Support from Oro Swimming Hour, presented by Chiverin.
last chance tickets:
Originally commissioned as a piece for SUPERNORMAL festival, their debut LP for VHF mixes floating, hypnagogic vocals over a bed of fizzy tones and jittery drones.
The Slowest Lift are in essence a English psych-folk duo, albeit one informed by the post-industrial, ambient-noise tradition of West Yorkshire. Through organising Tor Festival and as part of legendary psyche delinquents Vibracathedral Orchestra, Sophie Cooper and Julian Bradley are key figures of the North England experimental realm.
Promoted by Matthew Cheney at Cube Microplex. First-rate local support from Tara Clerkin Band and Motes.