The Bristol Refugee Festival, of which I’m Artistic Director, runs throughout June and plays host to music from around the world, at events across the city.
For October's Thought Piece, Katie Goh from London In Stereo ponders the return of the cowboy in current music.
Christian Northwood explains how cassettes have slowly become the lifeblood of many DIY labels
The AF Gang, the supportive community of fans that has grown online around a shared love of IDLES, is a truly beautiful thing. Brian Mimpress explains.
Bhavesh Patel, Programme Manager at PRS Foundation and runs the Momentum Music Fund shares his thoughts on building momentum in the industry.
Our Live Editor Jon Kean delivers in intriguing thought piece and one of the most apparent themes currently at live gigs - Why Chat Through A Gig?
The music industry has duly been asking itself some questions of late, from festival lineups left glaringly stark once stripped of their male only acts...
To quote one of the most prolific Bristolians in the world “In the future, everyone will be anonymous for 15 minutes.” And Banksy might as well be right.
One year ago Bristol musician Gravenhurst was on the front cover of this magazine. It was cold and dark. I remember picking up the magazine...
I’m sure the majority of music aficionados have known the heartbreak that comes when your favourite artists decide to call it a day. LCD Soundsystem, R.E.M., Vivian Girls, The Mars Volta, WU LYF: all heartbreakers. There will be no new music, no live shows, and no hope – to be blunt. Or so you would think.