Ministry brought their anti-Trump rhetoric and Chelsea Wolfe brought ethereal darkness to SWX. Harriet Taylor reviews. Photos by Michael Brumby.
Ministry and Chelsea Wolfe bring an intensity and no shortage of strong emotions to SWX on Wednesday night. Harriet Taylor previews.
No strangers to live, tour and compilation releases, this one compiles a handful of stripped-back live tracks, with a tantalising number of b-sides and other tidbits surrounding the album.
In few words, the band’s debut epitomises all that’s great about indie rock — and in a relatively condensed state.
The build up to ArcTanGent this year was nothing short of exhilarating, but would it live up to expectations?
Robin Mitchell’s latest offering goes deeper to present exactly what it sets out to.
‘Deeper Rise’ is anything but — this accomplished collection of songs drifts along with complete, soulful elegance.
‘Sylvia’ is the first taste from Jemima Surrender’s forthcoming album, ‘The Uninhabited World’.
Omni-X’s debut EP ‘One’ strikes you as something poignant from the get-go.
Plundering the rich depths of Bristol’s musical heritage, Svelte return with another glorious single.