This month Bristol will once again be hit by the weekend party that is Love Saves The Day. We caught up with key figure...
Delightfully crooked and embodied with a heart-wrenching, early 90s aesthetic, ‘Ageist’ feels like it’s laying its life on the line.
‘Pure Mood’ is a very particular kind of album, where the initial encounter leaves behind it nothing but a trail of white noise and a half-hearted nod of approval.
The Cribs never drop their standards, be it in their heated and relentless live shows or streamlined albums, it's always very special. We catch up with Gary Jarman before their show at The Academy.
Debuts don’t often roll off the back of CVs as strong as that of producer-composer (Neil) Davidge.
"Groovy and melodically off-kilter, but with more than a dash of aggression." See the new video for 'Kabuki' by Plastic Terras first on Bristol in Stereo.
There's something satisfying about an album being recorded in a bedroom.
While watching Fenne’s incredible session it’s very hard to not be completely encapsulated by her voice, a beautiful midpoint between Laura Marling and Dry the River’s Peter Liddle.
For years now, Pixies fans have been eagerly awaiting the bands first release since 1991's Trompe Le Monde, and now that time has finally arrived. With a little help from producer Gil Norton, the their fifth full-length record, Indie Cindy has arrived.
As a band who’ve slowly sealed themselves as big-name headliners over the years, here is an album that simply must match the profile.