"Pip Blom magnificently manage to bring together hip indie kids and BBC6 Music dads." Lorenzo Ottone and Callum O'Keefe review.
"The songs still packed a punch when performed by the new line-up." Lewis Rogers and Michael Brumby review Honeyblood at Rough Trade.
"Trinity felt like a nice intimate space to host these heavyweights." Michael Brumby gives us words and pictures on The Heavy at The Trinity Centre.
"Brooding, ominous and vicious in their delivery." Sean Toohey and Jess Greenwood review Petrol Girls at Rough Trade.
"If you’re a Bristol-based fan of indie music, the last Saturday of May means only one thing." Lewis Rogers and Philip Hiscocks review Dot To Dot Festival.
"Crowds of all ages were exuding excitement as they piled into Eastville Park." Ffion Riordan-Jones and Paul Lippiatt review Love Saves The Day.
"The feeling of old Americana indie-country sound frequently transported us into rural America." Rose Parish and Jess Greenwood review Big Thief.
"Draped in brilliant white, bearing a thousand yard stare like a weapon of war," Aldous Harding enchanted Trinity. Review by Sean Toohey and Craig Simmonds.
"I felt thankful that I’d been granted two hours free from reality." Phoebe Burt and Naomi Williams review Homeshake at Fiddlers.
"Taking us on his journey as a music fan, he commented on the similarities we all share." Amber-Ruth Watson and Lee Ramsey review Steve Lamacq at Exchange.