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Murkage Dave

+ Miles From Kinshasa

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Man wearing a green jacket walks down a street lined with high windowed white buildings.

Drawing on a wealth of styles, the East London-born artist channels this into a versatile and soulful sound that at once exudes a resplendent essence alongside an emotive honesty.

Since the release of his acclaimed debut album ‘Murkage Dave Changed My Life’ he has collaborated with the likes of Mike Skinner, Skepta, Jaykae and French producer Hologram Lo. Following on from the success of his debut, the singer-songwriter recently released his second record ‘The City Needs A Hero’.

Presented by Bristol Beacon

Standing event

Age: 14+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult.)

Doors: 19.00
Start Time: 19.30

This event is supported by PRS Foundation

New music supported by Renishaw



Invoking soul, house and indie pop resulting in what is without a doubt his best album yet.”

The Line Of Best Fit

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Miles From Kinshasa

Born in DRC and raised in London, with time also spent in France, his life has welcomed in a multitude of cultures which are all now reflected in his lively lyricism and laidback melodies. But as with many third culture kids, he’s been on a journey in order to bring out the best of his creativity and find a sound that’s true to him. And now he’s arrived.

The venue

Strange Brew

Getting to the venue

Location: Strange Brew is located on Fairfax Street, a short distance from Broadmead Shopping Quarter (160m) and the west end of Castle Park (160m).

Address: Strange Brew, 10-12 Fairfax St, Bristol BS1 3DB


Bicycle racks can be found outside Strange Brew on Fairfax Street and Nelson Street. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.

Car parking

There is limited on street parking available outside the venue and paid parking available behind the venue at the NCP Car Park (All Saints Street).

Bristol Clean Air Zone

Strange Brew is inside the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.


The closest bus stops are Nelson Street (100m) and Union Street (160m).

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Strange Brew is wheelchair accessible with step-free level access throughout. Lowered bar serving points and disabled access viewing areas are available


Accessible toilets are available.

Assistance Dogs

Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are welcome in the venue.

Hearing Facility

There is no induction loop facility at this venue.


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