Massive Attack, Roni Size and more: Bristol’s musical mavericks – in pictures

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‘This club was so hot that my lens kept steaming up and I had to wait an hour for my camera to acclimatise to the heat before I could begin taking photos! It was worth it, capturing that climatic moment – the hot, sweaty ecstasy at the height of the party. The requirement was to capture the atmosphere in just one or two shots, but those were the days of film photography, and you wouldn’t leave until you were sure you’d caught the moment, so I would often be there for several hours’