Why change a winning formula? Factotum haven't. Their debut album ‘Knife Gun’ is unashamedly rough and ready, and in the true fashion of their fellow 'Stolen Body' riot-punks; this Bristol pair are doing all in their might to expand an already neatly-gouged scene of noise.
‘Etherealism’ is the work of Bristol-based solo artist Emlyn who, at nineteen, has already drawn attention from BBC Introducing and more.
“I love her face/and I love her name… I’ve made up my mind/I’ve slippin’ away/I’ve got this new girl down in Harringay”, goes the...
By Huw Goodhead After their October 2010 release ‘Skint Prestige,’ Sickwax had a productive 2011. Getting support slots for artists like Dizraeli, Gentelmens Dub Club...
This month sees long-awaited albums, EPs and singles from Grizzly Bear, The War on Drugs, Ghostpoet, Liars, Iron and Wine and Nadine Shah.
We're delighted to showcase the 2015 edit of She Makes War's 'Slow Puncture'.
Ireland have given us many great things – Guinness, leprechauns, Bob Geldof – but it seems none are as great as singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known to you and I simply as Hozier, whose recent offering really packs a punch.
Bristol’s fastest-rising music conduit, Chiverin, is back to put a mess of new sounds for Record Store Day.
Makala sings of life’s pleasures, taking your time and being true to yourself in her latest single.
The Moons know where they want their listener to be. Mindwaves will take fans back to a jauntier time where this kind of psychedelic sci-fi Brit pop was commonplace.