"Dizraeli demonstrates there is no end to the growth in your artistry." Amber-Ruth Watson previews the Bristol artist's hometown show at Thekla.
"An exquisite, illuminating looking-glass into her ruthless and comical lyricism." Vintage Kate Stapley among retro clothing. Amber-Ruth Watson reviews.
Will Kate Stapley bring her "old-school, rock and roll coolness, or her effortlessly dreamy folky voice" on Thursday? Both. Amber-Ruth Watson previews.
"For such a small festival, it was a hugely eclectic mix of genres." FarmFest returned after a year's hiatus. Amber-Ruth Watson reviews.
The Sugarhill gang took just about ten seconds to persuade Amber-Ruth Watson that they've still got what it takes after forty years in the business.
"As the band says, 'True soul music knows no bounds.'" Amber-Ruth Watson reviews 30/70 at The Lanes.
They even sang the song from which the term 'hip-hop' was coined. Now The Sugarhill Gang head to The Fleece. Amber-Ruth Watson previews.
I love farms. I love festivals. Throw them together in a luscious, not-so-far-away Somerset field and what do you get? The bubbling gathering that...
"Rolling indie-pop rhythms floating through lashings of glistening guitar riffs." Amber-Ruth Watson reviews Rosehip Teahouse at The Louisiana.
"An artist and creator who puts her entire being into her work." Amber-Ruth Watson reviews the launch of the new album by Stanlæy.