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New Year/New Noise | Live Preview

New Year/New Noise
This weekend, for one last glorious time, New Year/New Noise will show you that there's so much more out there than you think.

Shame | Live Preview

Shame
Shame play Rough Trade on the day that their debut album is released. Consider it as much a of celebration as an affirmation. 2018 starts here.

Thoughts: Mental Health & Music

Bristol Live Magazine writer Ross Jones shares his thoughts on mental health and how music has helped with his personal experiences.

Marika Hackman | Live Review

The future was already bright for Marika Hackman based on the record alone, following with a live show like this only magnifies such notions.

Julien Baker | Live Review

Such a captivating voice spelling out every word and capturing with spellbinding, wholesome power - Julien Baker at The Lantern.

Pixx | Live Review

It's a pleasingly emphatic end to a sadly hampered performance, the work of Pixx deserving a crystalline sound.

Big Thief | Live Review

It's unquestionably sad to see this set end, but undoubtedly exciting to see what Big Thief will gift us with next.

Slowcoaches | Live Review

Slowcoaches prove themselves to be one of the UK's most underrated punk prospects.

Nilüfer Yanya | Live Review

With such a confident, vibrant set up her sleeve, Nilüfer is set for the stars

Lice & Yowl | Live Review + Photoset

What an exciting year it has been thus far for LICE & YOWL. Our review and photos here.

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