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 caught up with Django Django ahead of their return to Bristol's Academy.
1. So you're off around Europe in May, which dates are you most looking forward to? Oh! We're so excited about our European tour! We...
Phil Gamble, aka Girl Unit, speaks to Lee Wakefield about what it's like to make an album over a seven-year period and the power of collaboration.
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol. This month: Matt Freemantle from SXW.
We talk to our favourite bands about all things Bristol. This month: Dan Lane of Goan Dogs
The London-based three piece talk politics, punk and funding their new album via Pledge
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol – this month we have Sol Curry from Factory Studios.
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol, from food to favourite bands.
We talk to BBC 1Xtra Presenter, Jamz Supernova, ahead of the first regional tour of her club night, Future Bounce. Aside from her sick...