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Astral Tusk Launch Event | Live Review & Photoset

Astral Tusk
Thursday night saw the phenomenal launch of Astral Tusk, a collective which aims to galvanize the experimental jazz scene, along with offering an insight into improvised contemporary jazz. Amy Grace reviewes. Photos by Khali Ackford.

Astral Tusk Launch | Live Preview

Astral Tusk
"A night at The Gallimaufry featuring Bristol’s finest experimental jazz bands? Don’t mind if I do." Amy Grace looks forward to a dose of Astral Tusk.

Gwenno | Live Review

Gwenno
Gwenno offered top-quality tunes, poetry and anecdotal musings at her show at the Louisiana recently. Amy Grace was there to celebrate minority languages with her.

Sigrid | Live Review & Photoset

Sigrid
The weather outside was frightful, but Sigrid's set? Delightful. Amy Grace was at Motion to witness the fire and ice of the BBC's Sound of 2018. Photos by Rowan Allen.

Knower | Live Review

Knower
Knower's blend of gritty jazz, obscure math rock time signatures and a helpful dose of electro-synth makes for quite the experience seeing them live. Amy Grace had just such an experience last weekend.

Gwenno | Live Preview

Gwenno
With songs in Cornish from her latest album, Le Kov, Gwenno comes to The Louisiana this Thursday, ready to beguile and hypnotise. Amy Grace previews.

Knower | Live Preview

Knower
American jazz virtuoso duo, Knower, will be tearing The Fleece apart on Sunday with experimental techno funk fusion that is refreshing and transcendental. Amy Grace previews.

Sigrid | Live Preview

Sigrid
"Sigrid’s girl-next-door vibe and infectious electro/synth-pop tunes make me wish that she was my best mate." Amy Grace previews Sigrid's show at Motion on Saturday.

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