28th September | Hy Brasil Photos: Philip Hiscocks Despite the apocalyptic rain, Bristol indie community gathered in forces to lift one last pint at beloved music...
"Allah-Las are one of the most pivotal bands to have emerged from the Californian neo-psych scene of the last decade." Lorenzo Ottone previews.
Dublin's Thumper "label themselves as a bubblegum-but-noise pop encounter of Sonic Youth and Abba." Lorenzo Ottone previews the last-ever show at Hy Brasil.
"Football FC are an ecstatic turmoil, a turbulent experience going beyond punk." Lorenzo Ottone and Jonny Nolan review Football FC at The Golden Lion.
"Like fellow sportsmen Sports Team, Football FC deliver thrilling, energetic, sweat-drenched live shows." Lorenzo Ottone previews.
"Not only do Confidence Man sound good, but they also look stunning on stage." Lorenzo Ottone reviews the Aussie duo's show at The Fleece.
Stereolab "never really needed a swaggering hit because they had sophisticated pop writing skills." Lorenzo Ottone and Kristina Kimlickova review.
"Pip Blom magnificently manage to bring together hip indie kids and BBC6 Music dads." Lorenzo Ottone and Callum O'Keefe review.
"Strokes- and Parquet Courts-like infectious melodies blending with Pip's distinctive voice." Lorenzo Ottone previews Pip Blom at The Louisiana.
"Imagine a late-60s French or U.S. female singer à la Hardy or Melanie meeting Saint Etienne on a Madchester trip." Lorenzo Ottone previews Anemone.