J-Felix just managed to get an album out before our lives changed shape, for which we can be most grateful. We caught up with him for a lockdown In Short.
Welcome to the second check-in with a locked-down local act, with another 'In Short'. We vaguely disturbed Will Southward from dreamy, poppy Bradford on...
Whilst we're all off in our own isolation, we hope to bring you snippets of what local acts are up to in theirs. Here's our catch-up with Jamie Cruickshank.
With their debut studio album out today, we caught up with Dana Margolin of Porridge Radio to talk dogs, house shows and medieval paintings.
“It starts out with me on the couch with my cat,” says Thundercat in March's cover interview with Robin Murray. But how does it continue...?
Jamie Maier and Nicky Green of Bristol's Tungz speak to Deputy Editor, Jon Kean about emotion, evolution, jests and James Monsees.
"925 delivers on the promise of their scrappy, weird early tracks, but delivers with a more polished veneer." Sorry - interview by Rachel Finn.
“I wanted this album to be well-rounded and be genre-nonconformist because I am. I don't adhere to one sound.” Zebra Katz - interviewed by Georgia Evans.
Harriet Elder of Dogeyed gives us her esteemed thoughts in this month's 'In Bristol' feature, ahead of their show at The Crofters Rights on Friday 6th.
Dan Snaith, the man behind Caribou, talks to Katie Thomas on the chilly Walthamstow Wetlands about his new album, 'Suddenly'.