"There’s no smoothing down the edges on this music; whatever cuts is intentional." Harriet Taylor previews Petrol Girls at Exchange.
Three bands, co-headliners and a 10pm curfew. An impressive feat. Harriet Taylor and Craig Simmonds review Laura Jane Grace and Frank Iero.
Harriet Taylor previews Laura Jane Grace and Frank Iero's co-headline performance at the O2 Academy on Friday night. Are you ready?
"‘Death Drop’ hurtled into action. It’s a piece that’s arguably as terrifying as its name would suggest." Harriet Taylor reviews Blanck Mass at Rough Trade.
"Blanck Mass is a call to arms. It is a soundtrack to stir up angry rebellion." Harriet Taylor previews Blanck Mass at Rough Trade.
"Shura has grown as a songwriter, bringing in jazzy slow grooves and a new aesthetic." Harriet Taylor reviews Shura at The Louisiana.
It's a rare treat to see such a sorely-missed artist premiere her new material, and even more so in the intimate setting of Bristol’s Louisiana.
Sunflower Bean returned to Bristol to tease the upcoming 'King of the Dudes' EP at SWX. Harriet Taylor and Jessica Bartolini review.
Youthful psych-rockers, Sunflower Bean have taken the year by storm, and now they're about to storm SWX. Harriet Taylor previews.
"Sunday night’s Emma Ruth Rundle show at Rough Trade may have been one of the year’s best." Harriet Taylor and Michael Brumby review.