"Her vocal style is a soft, comforting presence, at once calming and sensual." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Jay Som at The Fleece.
"Some of the tracks felt like an 80s disco via Kraftwerk, the gaudy mixed into the atmospheric." Andrew Kilpatrick reviews Franc Moody at The Fleece.
"Slow quiet moments of precise grooves... eased into large moments of infectious, euphoric hooks." Andrew Kilpatrick and Naomi Williams review The Big Moon.
"Their music is a kinetic force, moving at a steady pace and very rarely stalling for anything." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Franc Moody at The Fleece.
"Such a brilliant band, one that sounds timeless." Andrew Kilpatrick looks forward to the power of The Big Moon at The Fleece.
"They breathed new life into their music in a live setting." Andrew Kilpatrick and Luke Macpherson review Black Marble at The Crofters Rights.
"Lazarus Kane finished the show, turning the gig into a frenzied party." Andrew Kilpatrick and Luke Macpherson review 3% of One at The Old England.
"Some of the most exciting synth music around at the moment." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Black Marble at The Crofters Rights.
Bristol promoter, 1% of One turns three this year, and to celebrate is throwing a sure-fire A1 shindig at The Old England, with a mystery three-band bill.
"A mesh of industrial twangs and crunches build a patchwork wall of sound, whilst an omnipresent kick drum thunders." Andrew Kilpatrick reviews Giant Swan.
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