Matt Bentley of Access Creative College shares his thoughts for our May magazine on the vital role of bringing through the next wave of creative artists.
Why bringing on new bands is essential, by Owen Parry, Talent Development Producer @Multi-Track & Matt Aitken, Music Programmer, Colston Hall.
Why do we label anyone who fronts a band, whether they identify as male, female, neither or as an antelope? Ffion Riordan-Jones demystifies this enigma.
In Stereo contributor, Francisco Gonçalves Silva, gives us all the benefits of his experience of putting himself out there and daring to make things happen.
In a farewell 'Thoughts' piece, New Music Editor, Christian Northwood, reflects on his experiences of Bristol's music community.
Our Live Editor, Jon Kean, shares his thoughts on whether there's more room for bad reviews in the world of music journalism.
Eva Lazarus gives us her thoughts on why having afro hair ought not to be quite so mind-blowing as it seems to be to some Twenty-first Century humans.
What happened when Kate Collyns encountered Mannequin Man whilst on her way to yoga? Only Bristol In Stereo can enlighten you on this curious question.
Dan Sylvester of the Bristol Craft Beer Festival highlights the essential symbiosis between beer and music (and it's not just trashed hotel rooms).
Ed Taylor, the founder of The Grey Area, gives BLM his view on his philosophy behind the eclectic artists from around the world that he brings to Bristol.