Bristol Because: Breakfast Records

Breakfast Records go on tour this month, but don’t fret as they present the Pork Pie EP launch at Bristol’s Hare on the Hill, 30th.

In Bristol: Tom Ridley @Be Softly

Be Softly is a self-sufficient record label, event promoter and most recently a monthly radio show. Co-founder, Tom Ridley gives us his angle on Bristol.

Shura // Interview

If you're intrigued by "Shura dressed as the pope surrounded by a sisterhood of nuns," then see more of Shura's interview with Danny Wright here.
Black Marble

Black Marble // Interview

Chris Stewart, aka Black Marble, talks to Harriet Taylor about changes: moving to LA and becoming the sole member of the band.

Grove // In Five

When we declared Grove a 'New Sound of 2020', we weren't anticipating the sound of 2020 to be the sound of social distancing, punctuated...

Bristol’s new school of weird pop

A small but meaningful movement of silver-voiced solo artists are making all kinds of loopy pop music in Bristol right now… we spoke to some.

Braids | Cover feature

Emotional honesty and vulnerability have become a signature of Braids’ music
Factory Studios

Bristol Because With: Factory Studios

We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol – this month we have Sol Curry from Factory Studios.

Bristol Because With: Don’t Tell Your Mother

his month, we pick the brains of Chris and Nic from LGBT+ & friends clubnight, Don’t Tell Your Mother.

Honeyblood | Cover Interview

This month's cover stars are Glaswegian rockers Honeyblood. Catch our interview ahead of their show on 18th December.