“We just felt as though we could do a better job ourselves” We meet up with Matt and Dave of Deadpunk, to talk DIY beginnings...
The soul of music can be a furrowing task to uncover, the vital breath that inspissates a band’s actuality. Soul-ravenous and philosophically-fucked we wanted...
Read more about what Nuala Honan has been doing to stay creative recently, as well as her 'In Five' songs that have inspired her musical creativity.
Chelsea Wolfe plays SWX on 25th July. Her 2017 album, Hiss Spun ought to be etched into your subconscious.
We may love the dirt, the grime of London, the capital's villains and naughty paths but at times we crave a virtuous bliss, to slip away from the seething, hard-pressed streets. Buried deep within London's musky metropolis are a group of musicians cradling acoustic guitars waiting to escort you to your city rapture. They're part of London's most exciting new night, Stroke Your Beard, commanding folk and thrill. With Somerset's own Ali Warren at the helm; he's got ready-to-roll grass, a roster of deadly talent and an intoxicating passion for all things folk; Stroke Your Beard cogent flavour cannot be ignored.
We catch up with the Mercury nominated SOAK ahead of her show at The Fleece in Bristol.
We ask Al Studer of Psych Fest how the festival got started and what you can expect ahead of this weekend's festivities.
We caught up with the wonderful Bristol trio The Cadbury Sisters ahead of their new EP.
Towers create the kind of music that can’t really be pinned down
Shining a light on part of Bristol's DIY culture, we spoke to the documentary's director and producer about the making of Keep Bristol Weird.