"Fun was firmly on the agenda, Lynks effortlessly working the crowd into a giddy euphoria." Tom Phelan and Laure Noverraz review Lynks Afrikka.
"The looped reverb of Milo Dunn-Clarke's guitar... felt like a delicate ritual of preparation before the next punk onslaught." Photos by Luke Macpherson.
"Every element of the band’s sound has a raw feel to it, even the keyboard." Elliott Simpson and Luke Macpherson review Football FC at The Old England.
We give you the images from the peak of autumn touring season, when it's lighter and warmer in a gig than it is outside - 2019 In Photos - Part 4.
Welcome to Part 3 of our 2019 In Photos gallery of all the shows we've sent photographers tothis year, celebrating their eye for a telling still frame.
Part 2 of 2019 In Photos - celebrating the past year by celebrating our splendid team of photographers here at Bristol In Stereo.
At the end of each year, we like to celebrate the sights of Bristol's live music scene, as well as the sounds. Here's Part 1 (of 4) of 2019 In Photos.
“'If you’ve ever wondered what you can get in B&Q for £24, it’s this.”' To what was Steve Mason referring? Elliott Simpson reveals.
"The band never take themselves too seriously, prioritising having a good time above everything else." Elliott Simpson and Craig Simmonds review The Chats.
On their How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living? tour, Falmouth's Milo Gore stopped off at a sold-out Mothers Ruin. Photoset by Jonny Nolan.