Our May cover stars and interview with OSHUN ahead of their show at The Fleece on 15th May.
Cult 90s band Belly talk to us about new music, collaborations and future plans ahead of their appearance at O2 Academy
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.
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.
Django Django play SWX on 24th March, with Marble Skies out now via Because Music.
The Orwells last visit to Bristol was a messy and heated affair. Now they're back and due to take on a bigger, sold-out show at The Fleece this month.
1) With the current iPod shuffle culture, do you think it’s important for people to reminded of the importance of how an album flows,...
Tamu Massif – strives to create songs with those ever-important human aspects to them; personal, abstract offerings that allow you to become lost in a world of layered soundscapes.
Nandi Rose Plunkett, or Half Waif to you and me, speaks to our New Music Editor, Christian Northwood about consistent evolution and her album, 'Lavender'.
Oliver Evans chats to the bass-playing, electronic duo about the challenges in starting a new project.