Bristol Live Magazine
Fenne Lily may write songs out of anger and express them through sadness, but she doesn't half make us feel happy with the outcome. Michael Brumby captured her recent, triumphant Thekla show on camera.
Have a listen to another new track off Breakfast Records' excellent new compilation.
Joining the likes of The Horrors, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman, Mahalia and Bad Sounds, the Award-winning multi-venue festival, Dot To Dot, have just announced twenty-four new acts to augment an already mouth-watering bill in the city on 26th May.
Bristol Pride have announced their first wave of artists and events for this year’s Bristol Pride Festival which will see the festival expanding to a full two weeks of events across the city to celebrate Pride.
New podcast, Behind The Scene, launches at Rough Trade on 17th April. Hosts Harriet Robinson and Ruth Royall will be speaking to three music industry insiders about songwriting, before Ruth performs some songs herself. What's not to like?
Some blisteringly good synth-pop from Bristol duo Crayon.
The song is the first off Breakfast Records' new compilation.
New month, new music! Check out our April album reviews featuring Fenne Lily, ISLAND, Hinds, Tom Misch and more.
This month's Bristol Because features Richard Walsh of 1% of One Promotions / Art Is Hard Records, sharing his city favourites.
Bristol New Music weekend celebrates the innovators and boundary-pushers of contemporary music, taking place in venues across the city.