It’s a real pleasure to have BLM favourites Wild Beasts within our pages this month, as staff writer Rhys Buchanan speaks with drummer Chris Talbot ahead of their Bristol show this month.
Tamu Massif – strives to create songs with those ever-important human aspects to them; personal, abstract offerings that allow you to become lost in a world of layered soundscapes.
Turbowolf offered a place of refuge from the rain with their set inside a giant tent halfway through the Saturday
Remaining true to her art and voice, is something that Brooklyn based Joan Wasser is not afraid of.
Oliver Evans chats to the bass-playing, electronic duo about the challenges in starting a new project.
We chat with newcomers Lazy Day who are set for an exciting 2018. Catch them in Bristol at The Louisiana on 10th March.
Will Rugless and Adi G from Café Kino tell us what makes them tick about the fine metropolis that is Bristol in this instalment of Bristol Because.
China Bowls is heading to The Louisiana to headline her leg of the 'Welcome To My City Tour'. She spoke to Amber-Ruth Watson about where she's at right now.
Just wrapping up their debut album and with multiple tours imminent, we catch up with Wolf Alice, who are set to take the year by storm.
"Whatever you identify as, everyone is welcome... we're here to give a platform to the outsiders and the misfits."