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Kate Stapley // Cover Interview

Kate Stapley
“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.

Metronomy // Live Review & Photoset

Metronomy
"Bristol was treated to wall-to-wall indie disco thunderbolts." Guy Marcham and Jessica Bartolini review Metronomy at the O2 Academy.

Metronomy // Preview

Metronomy
"A dynamic, angular groove that touches neatly upon disco, electronica and joyous off-kilter pop." Guy Marcham previews Metronomy.

Rozi Plain // Live Review

Rozi Plain
"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 // Preview

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 // Live Review & Photoset

Better
"Better Oblivion Community Center offered no soothing indie-folk escapism." Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey review their show at The O2 Academy.

Loyle Carner // Live Review & Photoset

Loyle Carner
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.

Better Oblivion Community Center // Preview

Better Oblivion Community Center
"Musical collaborations don’t come much better than this." Guy Marcham previews Better Oblivion Community Center at The O2 Academy.

Julia Jacklin // Live Review & Photoset

Julia Jacklin
Underneath her spellbinding and sun-kissed shimmer of indie folk – the true Julia Jacklin means business. Guy Marcham and Kristina Kimlickova review.

Julia Jacklin // Preview

Gigs of the Week
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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