'Emotional Education' is something that a lot of us could use. IDER told Charlotte Krol why they have adopted the phrase as the title for their new album.
You don't need to be crazy to make music like Cuco does, but it helps. The prodigious polymath spoke to Hassan Anderson for July's magazine.
She's been a fixture on the Bristol music scene for a long time, but Emily Isherwood is due to release her first album. She spoke to Rhys Buchanan about it.
BABii spoke to Kezia Cochrane about the innate sonic playfulness to be found on forthcoming release 'HiiDE' for July's magazine.
Daryn Carter of Bristol Pride looks forward to this month's Pride celebrations, as well as celebrating this splendid metropolis in our In Bristol feature.
Hot Chip spoke to Lee Wakefield about 'A Bath Full of Ecstasy', "nine tracks of sublime kaleidoscopic pop," for June's cover article.
"A kid who went from sitting in his bedroom, dreaming of being the next Wiley, to cutting a track with the man himself." Caitlin Clark talks to Yizzy.
Lava La Rue tells Charlotte Krol how she's going to learn how to fight the system, but do it in a way that's 'empowering and exciting' for June's magazine.
With album 'Little Death Summer' and a show at Rough Trade coming up, Tamu Massif tells us what he appreciates about our city in June's In Bristol.
We caught up with Bristol producer, singer and songwriter, Harvey Causon, to listen to his new single 'Artifice' and find out a little more about him via some quick-fire questions.