It’s a Friday night, The Louisiana is sold out and the pints are a flowing – Sylvan Esso appear onstage with beaming smiles, and they have every reason to be wearing them.
Ministry brought their anti-Trump rhetoric and Chelsea Wolfe brought ethereal darkness to SWX. Harriet Taylor reviews. Photos by Michael Brumby.
Temples Festival has utterly exploded onto the scene — and very nearly sold out, well in advance of the event.
This little two piece created an atmosphere of absolute unison – the kind of joy where your face hurts from smiling too much, your throat hurts from singing along too hard and your feet hurt from dancing 'til you can dance no more.
It is apparent that JAWS’ work has a sense of permanence to it, able not just to attract attention, but to maintain it.
One of the most unique voices on the scene today, Regina Spektor stops by Bristol's Colston Hall on Saturday.
Sweaty, intimate gigs like this are what the Wytches relish with their moody, snarling performances where they can really work the crowd into a frenzy.
2018's Green Man Festival was a wondrous, invigorating escape from the rat-race. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini were there to capture the joys.
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.
To define Bristol’s own Zun Zun Egui would be near impossible; instead, let’s say their sound is colourful — full of potent energy.