Having had the beginning of their tour hampered by the Beast from the East, Everything Everything gathered momentum with a gradually-intensifying show at the Colston Hall. Angharad Bishop reviews. Photos by Josh Jones.
Wolf Alice pack Bristol's Trinity centre with youth, making for a remarkably fun affair.
"It's beautiful, stark and iridescent, showing the underlying power of Zauner's songwriting at its quietest and most personal." Ross Jones reviews Japanese Breakfast at Thekla. Photos by Charlotte Christine.
Oliver Evans and Jeff Oram review a stripped-down set by The Joy Formidable at Rough Trade, altering their stadium sound for such an intimate venue.
Shame thanked us for coming and asked to make sure that everyone around us was having a good time. Such gents. Jon Kean and Alesha Hickmans review.
If you're going to have a bit of a swagger about you, you've got to have something to swagger about. The Struts have that in droves. Michael Brumby reviews.
"Straightaway, Sunset Sons rocked this particular boat with 'Eyes Wide Open'." Sunset Sons at Thekla - photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
"Nash proved herself to be a multifaceted musician, lyricist and performer." Bethany Marris and Callum O'Keefe review Kate Nash at The Fleece.
Dot To Dot is something that grows stronger year on year
FIDLAR + Bully @ O2 Academy, Bristol. 10.11.15.