A triple-whammy of badass bluegrass babes, Emily Barker, Holly Macve and Jade Bird, will grace the striking St. George’s Church. Amy Grace previews.
CODEC enhanced its reputation for bringing big names to their club nights at SWX with a headline set from NOT3S. Photoset by Naomi Williams.
It’s nearly time for The Orwells’ return to Bristol, and this time the Chicago five piece are paying Thekla a visit.
"Martsch croons through the song. His hair may have faded, but his voice has stayed colourful." Jonny Pinches and Duncan Cruickshank review Built To Spill.
After their album launch was derailed by a power cut, for Nicholson Heal, the re-launch was a case of second time lucky. Amy Grace reviews.
We invite friends to shout about what they’re into each month. This month: Dom Gourley of Drowned in Sound!
Bristol keeps on giving the gift of the gig. We're so lucky to have such committed venues, promoters and bands. Check out our latest Gigs of the Week.
"The Big Moon succeed at pushing their sound in a new direction with these songs." Elliott Simpson previews The Big Moon and their Rough Trade in-store.
"Simz's brand of jazzy, neo-soul-inflected rap music certainly isn't limited to the ear of grime and hip-hop-heads." Georgia Marsh previews Little Simz.
Modern Baseball creative candid, emotive lyricism alongside catchy-as-hell choruses.