For the third year running, Love Saves The Day took over Bristol’s Castle Park to bring the party to the people. Now with a full Saturday and Sunday lineup spread across eight stages, there was a lil sumthin’ sumthin’ for all concerned. Saturday’s big names included Eats Everything and Nina Kraviz, whilst Sunday’s stars were Sbtrkt and Jamie xx. Here at Stamp we were finally in the privileged position of being able to attend both days of this fine festival, free from the chains of higher education. And so the fun began.
Come drift off with vibes from Mexico, South Africa, Melbourne, Sweden, the Western Sahara, Israel and more!
This week’s bag of treats includes some Swedish Nu-Jazz, tropical jigs from Ghana, Hip Hop from Panama and some cosmic jazz from out of space.
Brazilian Jazz vibes, experimental-soul from Brainfeeder and dusty frequencies all the way from Africa.
Jumping from the experimental soul vibes of Little Dragon to Ghanaian folk to the chilled-out classical of Chopin.
Sit back, get comfy and enjoy the sounds of RJD2, Erykah Badu, Gil Scott-Heron and more.
An hour-long mixtape of shamelessly romantic frequencies…
2nd birthday for V.I.V.E.K’s iconic dance, which stays all-analogue from the dublate to the speakers.
First lineup announcement for the loved-up Bristol weekender is a bit of a fatty.
Regular STW column guests and South London promoters drop in with a Monday Morning selection