Restraint can sometimes offer an essence of purity. This is definitely the case with the new Tamu Massif EP.
Each month we'll bring you three of the freshest acts to catch our ears. Headed by New Music Editor Christian Northwood, check out what's been spinning on the Bristol Live Magazine stereo.
The fifth outing under his Ducktails pseudonym, there's no doubt that this is Matt Mondanile’s most accomplished and commercial collection so far.
Breakfast #1 is newly formed Breakfast Records very own stamp on the current independent music scene
A year ago, Ian McCulloch found himself in a dark place. After leading Echo & The Bunnymen through thirty-five years of epic highs and turbulent lows, the singer realised it was time to take a break and look inwards.
I wanted to make a record with bite and conviction, swagger and integrity. Everyone’s heard of Snow Patrol. Whether you’ve been a dedicated fan since...
Ten years on from the release of their debut album, Dave 1 and P-Thugg continue to push their electro revival sound with their fourth record White Women.
The first full-length by newly-named and shiny Black Submarine wallows somewhat in its own juices.
‘Under Neon Lights’ is the third release from The Chemical Brothers' forthcoming EP ‘Born in the Echoes’, featuring vocals from Annie Clark AKA St. Vincent.