With influences such as Mumford and Sons and Ben Howard, it's clear why Harry and the Gondolas are the perfect accompaniment to go with a cold cider.
There are shows when Manchester Orchestra demand the attention of the room with their urgency and ferocity, but tonight the band are walking a more complacent line.
The blue-eyed soul of Joan As Police Woman and the resurgence of Fyfe Dangerfield came to St George's last week. Zander Sharp took a pew to listen.
We invite friends to shout about what they’re into. This month: Roll for the Soul.
From chips and cheese to chips and gravy, things get pretty special when two outstanding components combine. LUMP have that potential. Zander Sharp reviews. Photos by Abbie Shipperley.
"The thing that draws such a mass appeal for Tom Misch is his ability to meld genres so easily." Oliver Evans reviews Tom Misch at the Harbourside.
"With little banter with the crowd between songs, the quartet played a tight and confident set, bouncing between songs." Lewis Rogers reviews Pip Blom.
East India Youth Aka William Doyle is an expert in creating consuming soundscapes and inky melodies. Having played Bristol several times already this year, he returns to the perfect setting of Thekla on a rainy mid-week night.
"It’s a night of superlatives, as the aural experience created by these fine musicians deserves it." Elfyn Griffith and Andy (Birmingham_81) review Low.
"Composer and producer, Alfa Mist synthesizes a sweet brew of hip-hop and jazz, with a touch of his urban London upbringing." Amy Grace previews.