16th July | Trinity

Returning to Bristol after having performed in the city last year and in the summer of 2016, Quantic is bringing his progressive, hypnotic music to the Trinity Centre, a show presented by Colston Hall. The man behind the title is Will Holland and he’s very well respected for his alternative dance sound; being a musician, DJ and producer is no mean feat and he manages to pull it off with finesse.

Bristol appears to be a fan of his adventurous productions (which are influenced by many genres such as cumbia, salsa, bossa nova, soul, funk and jazz music) and no matter where his sounds lead, he always has a solid fanbase here. A full band will accompany his gig next week and his performance is guaranteed to be an unforgettable and enlightening experience. The greatest thing about this performer is the fact that you can never predict exactly what you are going to get from him; having self-produced eighteen studio albums (through the Tru Thoughts label) using a variety of pseudonyms, he shifts like sand and it’s always a pleasure to be open to what may come next.

Being a well-travelled man, Will has managed to record, collaborate and perform all over the world and his diverse beats attracts a massive, eclectic, appreciative audience. Be sure to grab tickets to this special show coming up in Bristol so you can sample his current state of mind. He won’t fail to move you.

Listen to ‘Doombia’ by Quantic here: