Ah, my fine Bristol folk. Life isn't straightforward in this city. While good news works hard, bad news works harder and takes down Hy-Brasil...
"Charlie dedicated a song to 'the couple I heard fucking in the toilets earlier'. Did Little Thief make the Earth move at The Canteen? Amy Grace reviews.
"Sleek, smooth and sultry, Family Jools know exactly what it means to be a rock band." Sean Toohey and Jon Kean review their set at The Mothers Ruin.
"They have been compared to the likes of Wire and Sonic Youth, but Drahla really are somewhat unique." Simon Moyse previews this freebie at The Lanes.
"Few producers have commanded critical acclamation in the manner that Otis Jackson Jr has." Bethany Marris previews Madlib at The Marble Factory.
Will Kate Stapley bring her "old-school, rock and roll coolness, or her effortlessly dreamy folky voice" on Thursday? Both. Amber-Ruth Watson previews.
"Blanck Mass is a call to arms. It is a soundtrack to stir up angry rebellion." Harriet Taylor previews Blanck Mass at Rough Trade.
"It's 4:04pm. Marika Hackman is due on stage any second now." See what happened for Jonny Pinches next when Marika Hackman played Rough Trade.
"PUP shows are intense," according to Albert Testani, who looks forward to intensifying things further by seeing them in Rough Trade's Live Room.
Sun turns to rain and summer turns into a weirdly sticky Autumn. Boomtown attendees are still drying out their sleeping bags and wondering where...