An exclusive exited extract from ‘Distraction Pieces with Scroobius Pip’ out August 11th
Eat Up for Starters supports people new to playing music and to promotes diversity in the Bristol live music scene. Ruth Oval explains their ethos here.
Amy Walpole of WITCH FEVER discusses on the events which happened at their Bristol headline show at Stag and Hounds and addressing one of the industries most pressing issues on sexism.
We headed to the #EndAusterityNow march which got us thinking about the relationship between music and politics.
Dan Sylvester of the Bristol Craft Beer Festival highlights the essential symbiosis between beer and music (and it's not just trashed hotel rooms).
Last Resort co-founder Adam Brooks talks of the importance in keeping things fun and free
Words: Leon Pattrick, Noods Radio Now three-and-a-half years into broadcasting, we've moved from our living room sofa, to mates’ bedrooms, our favourite pub, and then...
Support the support. Our writer Jon covers the impact of encouraging support acts at live shows.
The truth may be that human beings are naturally tribal about many things, whether we like to admit it or not. But musical tribes, or subcultures — what are they? And are they even relevant any more?
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.