Underneath her spellbinding and sun-kissed shimmer of indie folk – the true Julia Jacklin means business. Guy Marcham and Kristina Kimlickova review.
"Frontman Kele Orekere oozed confidence and bravado." Davy Foster and Michael Brumby review Bloc Party at the Harbourside.
"A playground of music, literature, comedy and food." Bethany Smith and Jessica Bartolini let us share the joys of the Green Man Festival.
The weather outside was frightful, but Sigrid's set? Delightful. Amy Grace was at Motion to witness the fire and ice of the BBC's Sound of 2018. Photos by Rowan Allen.
"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.
With crystalline vocals and laser-guided emotions, Freya Ridings can hold an audience entranced with piano and voice. Photoset by Michael Brumby.
Chiverin is a growing music community based within the heart of Bristol scene, we got down to their first event at The Louisiana which featured the highly touted Plastic Mermaids.
It was humbling to see such warmth and togetherness at a live show, having this year been one of vast changes and uncertainty.
"In many ways they are the furthest from your standard pop act that you can get." The splendidly non-standard Elder Island played Thekla this weekend.
Mezzanine’s ghostly compositions and menacing guitars transform into an even darker beast. Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey review Massive Attack at Steel Yard.