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.
Seafret’s music and their committed bromance charmed those present at Thekla, including our reviewer Phoebe Burt. Photos by Hannah Rooke.
Returning for a first headline tour since the band's indefinite hiatus, vant brought their new sound to the Louisiana. Photoset by Callum O'Keefe.
"I felt thankful that I’d been granted two hours free from reality." Phoebe Burt and Naomi Williams review Homeshake at Fiddlers.
"In terms of how much love we ought to give Bristol bands, there can be no greater clue than this band's chosen identity." Superlove photoset by Jonny Nolan.
Ten Tonnes is now gaining the critical mass of following and acclaim that his weighty talents warrant. Photoset by Grace Fitton-Assinder and Paul Assinder.
We could barely get enough of Too Many T's at Thekla recently. Photoset by Lee Ramsey.