By Chris Fear The 21st of December 2012, if we believe the word of ancient prophets, is the apocalypse. The day when the Mayan calendar...
This new, dark Young Knives is an interesting prospect. The modicum of loveable hopelessness and wit in their music has grown and festered into an evil, blood-soaked screamer of a thing.
The pair headlined Colston Hall on the back of their recent collaborative LP.
It was great to finally welcome Sam Fender to SWX and to hear him blasting out songs like hypersonic missiles. Photoset by Chloe Duncombe.
"The music is a bouncy, raucous slap across the chops that usually plays out well live." Emily Engleheart previews Airways at The Louisiana.
"If you were listening from outside the door of the Louisiana’s upstairs venue, you’d probably have thought you heard two very similar bands." Zander Sharp examines the differences between Gun Outfit and Snails.
You would have been hard pressed to find a Bristolian not looking forward to Love Saves The Day this year.
Detroit four piece Frontier Ruckus present their most passionately genuine and deeply enchanting songs live this Monday at The Crofters Rights.
'Boy King' is coming to Motion on 28th September.
NAO takes over the dancefloor on her pitch perfect performance at Motion.