‘Showcase Sessions II’ marks the second annual release from students at Bristol’s Access To Music.
Tools down, everyone; OLO Worms are doing a thing. ‘ICE ESC’, the lead track from their upcoming EP, signals a new wave of leftfield offerings from the transmuting collective.
This month sees long-awaited albums from Angel Olsen, Doe and Mykki Blanco
On the strength of this month's album releases, you might just need to remember to leave the house now and then, possibly even without earphones.
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.
If you’re a fan of Daughter, Banks, or if life still holds any meaning at all — wrap your ears around some ‘Lovechild’.
Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.
The Rupees new EP just bursts into life in charismatic rock 'n' roll fashion.
We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.
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.