We chatted to Simon Raymonde as the label celebrates its 20th anniversary with a series of gigs, including one at St George's in Bristol.
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.
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.
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.
Chris Stewart, aka Black Marble, talks to Harriet Taylor about changes: moving to LA and becoming the sole member of the band.
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.
Emotional honesty and vulnerability have become a signature of Braids’ music
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol – this month we have Sol Curry from Factory Studios.
his month, we pick the brains of Chris and Nic from LGBT+ & friends clubnight, Don’t Tell Your Mother.
This month's cover stars are Glaswegian rockers Honeyblood. Catch our interview ahead of their show on 18th December.