Working their quirks, the organically wacky Superorganism entertained the SWX crowd recently. Max Baker and Jessica Bartolini review.
A lot has changed for Slaves since we first saw them here in Bristol. The heavily tattooed pair have been signed to a major label, received a Mercury nomination, and of course hit much larger venues.
Live photos of the brilliant live showcase at The Lantern featuring Bristol star Fenne Lily, Siv Jakobsen, Paul Thomas and Sivu.
A little bit of snow and ice wasn’t going to put off the hundreds of loyal followers that braved the cold to see Submotion Orchestra’s opening night of their tour at the Trinity Centre. Hannah Rooke was one of them.
Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn’s UK tour marked the release of 'The Lakes' and showed the duo in energetic form. Davy Foster and Lee Ramsey review.
"Special shout-out to the light-up tambourine which she was playing during the song." Amy Grace and Kristina Kimlickova review Jenny Lewis at SWX.
"Despite being in the middle of a mammoth world tour, Cherry Glazerr are still burning seriously bright." Jonny Pinches and Jessica Bartolini review.
From the very first song, the raw energy of the band seemed to transform the room into a brutal yet overwhelmingly joyful miasma of limbs, fists and sweat.
K.Flay rewarded the Thekla faithful for battling through a light dusting of snow on Friday, leaving everybody with a smile on their face. Words and pictures from Laure Noverraz.
White Fence @ The Fleece, Bristol. 27.01.15.