The music portion of the street art festival will feature Livity Sound, Young Collective and Eric Duncan among many others.
The festival will bring together some of the biggest names in street art, with events and installations taking place across Bristol over seven days. See No Evil will also form part of the wider London 2012 Festival this year, celebrating the presence of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the capital this summer.
The music portion of the festivities has been sub-titled "Hear No Evil" and will include a trio of parties at Bristol's Westgate Building, put together in collaboration with Bristol's Team Love. The first of these is on Thursday 16th August: RA will team with a A Taste of Bristol to present...well, just that. Livity Sound—Peverelist, Kowton, Asusu—will represent their fledgling imprint in the live arena, while another Bristol collective, Young Echo, will do their thing in the live arena, with Kahn, Vessel, Jabu, El Kid and Ishan Sound all representing. Dirtybird's Eats Everything will get behind the decks, as will Idle Hands two-piece Outboxx and Hypercolour's Cedric Maison.
Futureboogie Recordings look after the following evening, with Rub N Tug's Eric Duncan joining local lads Behling & Simpson, Christophe & Lukas and the Futureboogie DJs. And Bristol Soundclash is Saturday's news: the Smith & Mighty crew will be joined by Peter D Rose, with DJ Krust, Laminate Radio and Boca 45 also billed.
Also worth getting involved with is Friday night's Mail, Maps and Motion, a free event taking place at The Passenger Shed, that will house all sorts of audio-visual happenings, including a collaboration between AntiVJ's Joanie Lemercier and Adrian Utley from revered local outfit Portishead.
Tickets for all of the events taking place at Westgate Building are available to purchase via RA Tickets.