Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.
"It was a finely-tuned unit of finely-tuned musical identities." Rose Parish reviews the psychedelic sounds of Boogarins at The Lanes.
It's time to get ready and to experience the unique sound of MØ. She's heading to the O2 Academy on Saturday. Expect a night of unsettling, original music with a familiar electronic and pop feel. Sharron Wheeler-Davies previews.
"Those who chose to board the recently refurbished Thekla instead were rewarded with a dazzling showcase." Elliott Simpson reviews Breakfest.
To help suppress those Glastonbury blues, many non-attendees of the festival could be found down at The Fleece this past Sunday night to see New York’s The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.
Arriving in the early hours Friska is warm and inviting, most people gathered are clutching a hot beverage and eagerly flicking through the release lists, while the more reclined are spinning ambient music or scanning a paperback.
Photos: Tim Ellis . . . . . Matt Mondanille’s Ducktails have never sounded finer than when they graced the intimate confines of The Louisiana, with...
Yuck live in Bristol? Rhys is here with a quick preview while there's still time to grab tickets to Exchange.
Word of mouth and a growing body of reviews suggest that Black Midi are one of the best live bands around. Ffion Riordan-Jones seems to agree.
Tom Frost of Simple Things Festival picks out his top acts ahead of October 22