The visit of Jenny Lewis to SWX on Tuesday 23rd July looks like a win/win to Amy Grace. She gets a bit of Bristol, we get a lot of her.
"I don’t think I’ve ever been to a gig that’s involved so many rounds of applause." Amy Grace reviews Alfa Mist at Trinity.
"It was a 40-minute set of absurd guitar playing and experimental goodness." Amy Grace reviews Stereocilia in the crypt of St Paul's Church.
"Composer and producer, Alfa Mist synthesizes a sweet brew of hip-hop and jazz, with a touch of his urban London upbringing." Amy Grace previews.
"As the song became more chaotic, the visuals in the foreground became more twisted." Amy Grace reviews Waldo's Gift at Crofters Rights.
"Using an arsenal of loops and pedals, he is able to create a hypnotic soundscape which’ll have you instantly hooked." Amy Grace previews Stereocilia.
Waldo's Gift "are often experimenting with a wide range of genres, which lie somewhere between math, hip-hop and galvanised jazz." Amy Grace previews.
"In the countless times I’ve been to the Loui, this was the first time I’d ever seen a queue forming up the stairs." Amy Grace reviews Pet Shimmers.
A "nuclear family-fronted, sit-down, stream-friendly, play-shifting, 8-bit apocalypse party band." Amy Grace previews Pet Shimmers at The Louisiana.
"Pup gave it their all and energetically thrashed it." Amy Grace and Kristina Kimlickova review Pup's pop-punk party at The Fleece.