Hysterical Injury return with their four-track follow-up to 2012’s ‘Dead Wolf Situation’.
With huge synth swells, arpeggios and stabs permeating the dense soundscapes, the new Colleagues EP has arrived.
‘Etherealism’ is the work of Bristol-based solo artist Emlyn who, at nineteen, has already drawn attention from BBC Introducing and more.
Breakfast #1 is newly formed Breakfast Records very own stamp on the current independent music scene
This month sees albums, EPs and singles from SLONK, Cousin Kula, The Dunwells, Beans On Toast and loads more.
There’s a timeless universality that permeates the thirteen tracks present on Waxahatchee’s third album ‘Ivy Tripp’.
The fifth outing under his Ducktails pseudonym, there's no doubt that this is Matt Mondanile’s most accomplished and commercial collection so far.
We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.
The band’s third album is layered with eloquence, emotion and meticulous melodies
So here it is, Merry Countdowns; everybody’s having fun. It's that time again - for team Bristol in Stereo to contemplate their Albums of the Year.