“It’s nice just to have a bit of joy really. Everything doesn’t need to be so serious.” Kate Stapley speaks to Guy Marcham for this month's cover interview.
"Bristol was treated to wall-to-wall indie disco thunderbolts." Guy Marcham and Jessica Bartolini review Metronomy at the O2 Academy.
"A dynamic, angular groove that touches neatly upon disco, electronica and joyous off-kilter pop." Guy Marcham previews Metronomy.
"Amongst the shimmer of echoing harmonies and lush synth melodies, Plain’s music swayed with a distinct sense of calm." Guy Marcham reviews Rozi Plain.
Rozi Plain "will be bringing her expansive alt-folk flourishes to Bristol’s Thekla for a night of introspective reflection." Guy Marcham previews.
"Better Oblivion Community Center offered no soothing indie-folk escapism." Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey review their show at The O2 Academy.
Loyle Carner - "an artist who uses hip-hop to spell out his heartfelt feelings of empathy, family and community." Guy Marcham reviews his show at Trinity.
"Musical collaborations don’t come much better than this." Guy Marcham previews Better Oblivion Community Center at The O2 Academy.
Underneath her spellbinding and sun-kissed shimmer of indie folk – the true Julia Jacklin means business. Guy Marcham and Kristina Kimlickova review.
For a sound that creeps and etches itself rather unexpectedly into your heart and mind, you need a gentle blast of Julia Jacklin. Guy Marcham previews.
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