Sol Curry at Factory Studios takes a look at what makes a successful artist in todays industry.
We headed to the #EndAusterityNow march which got us thinking about the relationship between music and politics.
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?
In a world with such plastic, throw-away nonsense, we should be glad, happy, elated that we got to experience Bowie.
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.
What are your assumptions on the mainstream? They’re quite possibly wrong.
If I’d never been diagnosed with Lymphoma, you wouldn’t be reading this.
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.
For the creative, the path of inspiration cuts through their very mind. They are able to meander through their own thoughts, witnessing the most incredible sights and sounds, all heavily laden with emotion.
Support the support. Our writer Jon covers the impact of encouraging support acts at live shows.