After twelve memorable years of live music, cider-fuelled dancing and famously friendly Somerset vibes, Farmfest have announced they're taking a break in 2018 –...
Whether it’s his armchair delivery, the blasé title or him listing his address at the end, this is certainly a gripping LP.
This EP from everyone’s favourite late bloomer, Sam Eason, is something of an anachronism.
The formative leanings of everything Heyrocco touch couldn’t have been summarised better than with a debut entitled ‘Teenage Movie Soundtrack’.
Light Falls Forward are not your usual, quiet, Observer State of a band. They bring a new well-crafted EP for our lug-holes this June.
Something of a household Bristol name, John E Vistic returns with his new EP.
We headed to the #EndAusterityNow march which got us thinking about the relationship between music and politics.
“You will never breathe again”, calls the haunting opening gambit of Makala Cheung’s latest single, ‘A Little Deeper’.
Jaded, postpunk three-piece Candy Darling return this month to expand on their already intoxicating sound with the Jesus And Mary Chain-nodding ‘Going Straight’.
Graceful songwriting, sparkling tones and unique a sensibility are just a few reasons why we love Why We Love