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Bristol sound (see Trip-hop also) in it's earliest roots included a variety of UK Bristol based artistes from Massive Attack (aka The Wild Bunch), Shara Nelson, Tricky, Portishead and to the more soul/funk/pop sounding Carlton. It was also linked to the club/dub/hip-hop scene that was happening in certain clubs like the infamous Dugout Club. All though many local acts felt this so called 'Bristol sound' was a misnomer as…

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  • https://masterharker.bandcamp.com/album/llamedos
  • Check out new Bristol sadcore, Master Harker http://masterharker.bandcamp.com/album/your-time-is-soon
  • or, you know, just look up [tag]trip-hop[/tag]...
  • probably there should be another tag just for bristol sound...
  • Another example of why last.fm should not be relying on folksonomy.
  • It seems like this tag was supposed to be Bristol sound and ended up being all things that have come from Bristol. I just turned on the radio and got nothing but shitty punk bands.
  • pop-conformism and drug-renaissance . http://depositfiles.com/files/k0fog8dsb
  • when I found out it wasn't working properly I got upset and promptly threw a wobbly... I THREW A WOBBLY. Yeah, that's the Bristol sound. SJ Esau 4 lyfe.
  • I'm getting a lot of soul music on bristol tag radio - not that I mind, but it's a bit weird!

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