Oliver Evans, Author at BRISTOL LIVE MAGAZINE

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The Breeders | Live Review & Photoset

Breeders
Never knowingly understated, The Breeders showcased classic rock & roll with bombastic effect at the O2 Academy. Oliver Evans and Michael Brumby were there.

The Breeders | Live Preview

Breeders
Beloved of Kurt Cobain, The Breeders bring a potent brew of tracks from back in the day, as well as powerful new cuts from the 2018 album, All Nerve. Oliver Evans previews.

Jungle | Live Review & Photoset

Jungle
"Jungle in 2018 are no longer merely a focused funk collective - they're ready to break the mould." Oliver Evans reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.

Jungle | Live Preview

Jungle
2014 Mercury nominees, Jungle return after what feels like an eternity away. Oliver Evans looks forward to being reunited with their neo-soul sound at the O2 Academy on Wednesday.

Django Django | Live Review

Django Django
"The ninety minutes flew by as if it was a seamless DJ set, providing a unique rave all the way till the end." Oliver Evans was at SWX for the visit of Django Django.

Django Django | Live Preview

Django Django
Come and see Django Django in action on 24th March at SWX, whether you crave the pop shapeshifter 'Default' or want to float along to 'Marble Skies'. Oliver Evans previews.

Hollie Cook | Live Review & Photoset

Hollie Cook
Hollie Cook delighted a sold-out Thekla audience recently, as Oliver Evans' words attest. Hannah Rooke was on hand to capture the joy on camera.

Hollie Cook | Live Preview

Hollie Cook
Her self-labelled 'tropical pop' takes reggae further into the mainstream than it has been for a long time. It's infectious. Don’t miss the chance to see one of the brightest stars of her genre this Tuesday at Thekla.

Why We Love | Live Review & Photoset

Why We Love
Why We Love provide a uniquely bright outlook on life, with a light-hearted commentary to boot. Who doesn't need that on a Friday night?

Why We Love | Live Preview

Gigs of the Week
Make sure you brighten up the early days of January with the first performance of the year from this upbeat alt-pop four-piece.

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