Dot To Dot 2018 was a day filled with discoveries of both music and cool new places to spend a Saturday night. Catrin Bishop reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
IDLES launched album #2, 'Joy As An Act Of Resistance' with two joyous in-stores at Rough Trade. Jon Kean and Phil Watson couldn't resist.
Sea Girls play songs packed with aspects of pop, the dreamier, janglier side of indie and some rather hefty rock elements. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
The Mabel narrative is quickly shifting. It's not where's she's from, but where she's going.that's exciting people. Oliver Evans and Naomi Williams review.
Electronica, guest vocalists and dopamine hits - pretty much sums up Maribou State at the O2 Academy. Oliver Evans and Rob Perham review.
The 'Welcome To My City' Tour came to The Louisiana, headlined and hosted by China Bowls. Amber-Ruth Watson and Jess Greenwood review.
"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.
The Subways @ Thekla, Bristol. 31.03.15.
"Artists on one night whose work you'd be delighted to pay and travel to see on an individual basis." Amalgam Shapes - Photoset by Kristina Kimlickova.
In case you missed it, here’s our live photos of Kyla La Grange headline performance at Thekla.