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Harriet Taylor


Zola Jesus | Live Review

Zola Jesus’ latest album ‘Taiga’ seems to have divided fans to a questionable degree. She comes to Bristol's Lantern with a point to prove.

Mos Def | Preview

Mos Def is many things to many people: an actor, activist and renowned hip-hop musician. He's back in Bristol this November for a unique show at 02 Academy.

Maybeshewill | Preview

With a steadfast approach to touring, Maybeshewill are back in Bristol this December, call it an early christmas present if you have to.

Throwing Muses | Live Review

Throwing Muses haven’t been the most active band in recent years, but even taking a massive hiatus doesn't effect their show at Trinity.

Woods | Live Review

On an evening when the Colston Hall was swamped by middle-aged patrons eager to hear a Michael Palin talk, the Woods show in the building’s subsidiary venue drew a distinctly different crowd.

ArcTanGent Festival 2014 – Saturday | Live Review

Day three of ArcTanGent brought weary heads to life, highlights included Codes In The Clouds and Adding Machine.

ArcTanGent Festival 2014 – Friday | Live Review

Friday at ArcTanGent was approached with fresh optimism. It was time to find out what the festivals new acts could throw at us.

ArcTanGent Festival 2014 – Thursday | Live Review

With festival season now drawing the shutter for another year, memories of ArcTanGent will remain some of the freshest, most positive and vibrant this year had to offer.

Jane Allison ‘Just Another Girl’ | Album Review

Allison’s debut album ‘Just Another Girl’ is an album full of soulful contemplation, finely in tune with Bristol’s contemporary country scene.

Throwing Muses | Preview

Darlings of the post-punk scene Throwing Muses will tour the UK this September, stopping by Trinity Centre on the 23rd.