Mastodon // Live Review & Photoset

Rowdy, loud and bound to astound the Academy crowd - Mastodon metal mastery reviewed by Rosalind Grindrod and Jess Greenwood.

Lazy Day | Live Review & Photoset

"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.
Astral Tusk

Astral Tusk Launch Event | Live Review & Photoset

Thursday night saw the phenomenal launch of Astral Tusk, a collective which aims to galvanize the experimental jazz scene, along with offering an insight into improvised contemporary jazz. Amy Grace reviewes. Photos by Khali Ackford.

Tamu Massif // Live Review & Photoset

Tamu Massif's voice "lands as croaking and emotionally loaded when necessary, often reminiscent of a less angry Jamie T." Sean Toohey and Lee Ramsey review.
Death Cab

Death Cab For Cutie // Live Review & Photoset

Tugging on the emotional heartstrings and not leaving a dry eye in the house. Death Cab For Cutie, reviewed by Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey.
Nu Leng

My Nu Leng | Live Review & Photoset

Motion was almost moving in its foundations with the homecoming My Nu Leng. Ffion Riordan-Jones and Abbie Shipperley review.

Spectres | Live Review & Photoset

"The set was as satisfying as it was disorienting, and went to show how effectively Spectres and the support acts could create a musical world so packed with character and detail." Stuart Tidy reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.

Sharon Van Etten | Live Review

Sharon Van Etten returns to Bristol's Trinity supported by Sam Amidon.

NME Awards Tour 2015 | Live Review & Photoset

This bill of acts arrived like a raincloud here to cast a muggy air on the somewhat pissed young crowd.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Unknown Mortal Orchestra | Photoset

Calling their 2018 album Sex and Food ensured that Unknown Mortal Orchestra immediately tapped into approximately 93% of the entire global audience's set of waking thoughts. Abbie Shipperley caught them on their recent visit to SWX.