Two Door Cinema Club deliver an electrifying performance on their return to Bristol at the O2 Academy.
The Louisiana kicked off its 30th anniversary celebrations with an all-dayer showcase featuring some of the best bands in the Bristol scene.
"As far as the current crop of largely angsty bands go, Lazy Day stand a fair head and shoulders above in originality, emotional nature and also in melodic appeal." Ross Jones and Rowan Allen were there to catch a band on the rise.
Public Image Ltd have (ironically) never given a rat's ass what people think of them and can neither be accused of following trends, nor attempting...
Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.
Music and sacred spaces have always been kindred spirits, but the Bristol ambient-rockers, Ålesund, suit a church more than most bands. Jon Kean reviews.
'Art', 'humour', 'wit', 'love' and 'depth' were concepts that rang out clearly from the performance of Etta Bond at Rough Trade. Photos by Alesha Hickmans.
There's no grinding She Drew The Gun down. Louisa Roach is the ultimate resister. Caitlin Clark and Michael Brumby review their show at The Fleece.
A church, a mural, a long walk up a hill, Samantha Crain and then Lucy Rose. Plenty to evoke strong emotions. Amber-Ruth Watson and Mar Reyes review.
"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.