Three Kings High ‘Nothing Left To Lose’ | Single Review

The new single from Three Kings High is explosive, riff-heavy and electrifying.

AOU – Self Titled | EP Review

Upon listening to London based quartet AOU, one will immediately notice the array of musical influences in their sound; mixing dream pop, post punk and electronica to create something truly colourful.

Local Natives – ‘Sunlit Youth’ Review

The band’s third album is layered with eloquence, emotion and meticulous melodies

Lionface ‘Girl’ | Single Review

This release marks the third wave in a blinding trilogy from Lionface. Serving as a reminder that pop can be dark, unapologetic and filthy.

Turbowolf ‘Two Hands’ | Album Review

Turbowolf expand on the bar set by their debut album with poise with 'Two Hands'.

Various Artists ‘Walking With Thieves’ | Compilation Review

Bristol’s fastest-rising music conduit, Chiverin, is back to put a mess of new sounds for Record Store Day.

Makala Cheung ‘Take Me’ | Single Review

Singer-songwriter Makala Cheung flies the flag for both Bristol and China with pride, as she combines both traditional and electronic sounds to create some quite distinctive pop.

Summer Camp ‘Bad Love’ | Album Review

Not a lot has changed for Summer Camp, their sickly sweet demeanour continues to prevail with 'Bad Love'.

Towns – ‘Young At Heart’ | Single Review

Shoegaze-coated guitar popsters Towns could well be our most written about band to date. Working harder than communist beavers these last two years, we can look forward to a flurry of new material in 2014 - kicked off by this stonking single.

Makala Cheung ‘Empty Pocket’ | Single Review

Makala sings of life’s pleasures, taking your time and being true to yourself in her latest single.

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