Bristol is home to some of the most exciting producers to have come out of the UK and Blonde are definitely in that band of artists. Their next release, All Cried Out, has now been given visuals and the Soundcloud plays are stacking up at a fast rate. They bring an upbeat vibe to the House they produce and deliver huge amounts of groove on every track they lay down.
With the hype building to uncontrollable levels around this exciting duo, we thought it would be the perfect time to get a glimpse into the city that made them, Bristol. Let's take a trip round the home town of some of the UK's best producers and clubs - Bristol.
Where's the best place to go on a first date?
On a first date you want to go somewhere out of the ordinary that's going to also work as an ice breaker. In Bristol there is no place better for that than Illusions. Illusions is a bar that also showcases upcoming magicians and hypnotists. Not magicians in the old fashioned sense but mind bending illusionists.
Where do you go to clear you head or grab some inspiration?
Bristol is lucky enough to have one of the most stunning parks in the country, only a stones throw from the city centre. The Clifton Downs is a great place to go for a bit of downtime to clear your head. It's got some staggering views of both the suspension bridge and the Avon gorge.
Best spot to grab some breakfast?
The Canteen in Stokes Croft does an amazing breakfast. Everything from American style pancakes to full English breakfasts and even veggie full English. So there is something for everyone and it's all made from quality produce.
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Best venue for more than a few drinks?
Bristol has a lot to offer when it comes to nightlife but you simply cannot leave the city without checking out Thekla. It's a small ship that's docked near the city centre and has been converted into one of the best live venues in Bristol. We’ve had many good nights there!
Where do you head for a more civilised drink?
A great and unique watering hole in Bristol is the Corrie Tap. Serving strictly the strongest cider in the country accompanied by a live jazz band on most weekends, its a great experience all round.