We're sitting on a two-person sofa in Keir's backstage area at the Leopallooza Festival. I can feel the bass from the main stage through...
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol, from food to favourite bands. This month, we pick the brains of Paul James & Rhys Friery, promoters of NightBus at Mr Wolfs.
As you may have already garnered, if not through Joey Fourr’s music then by the stunning pictures that accompany this story, that they’re an artist who doesn’t do things by halves.
At just the tender age of 25, Nadia Reid performs with the poise and temperament of an artist beyond her years, characterised by her ethereal tone, meditative lyricism and lovelorn folky charm.
We talk to the Bristol three-piece about their upcoming third album.
We caught up with Lisa Hannigan on poetry, her home settings and overcoming writer's block.
We talk to our favourite people about all things Bristol, from food to favourite bands.
Oro Swimming Hour are a duo making music that propels the soul.
Joyce Manor suddenly seemed less restless, more contemplative and more comfortable in their own skin.
Electronic pop trio, Elder Island, create rich tracks of escapism, uniting beats and enduring, soulful vocals.