London four-piece VANT left people inspired and enlightened with their highly impressive headline performance at Thekla.
The experience of watching Bonobo is a difficult one to pin down, as each song seems like it’s own universe.
With a week to go till Glastonbury Festival, what's more fitting then a round-up of some of our festival reviews thus far.
Kate Nash is heading to Bristol to celebrate the 10th anniversary of 'Made of Bricks'.
The climax to Colston Hall's 150th anniversary celebrations with the Bristol Takeover.
November's cover star Ghostpoet rocked the stage at The Marble Factory.
There are few bands around at the moment that can find the right balance of compelling catchiness and inventive improvisation quite like Bournemouth trio, Leeches.
With a smooth sound that would make Kurt Vile say, ‘yeh, man,’ and washy guitars that could have come straight out of Meat Puppets’ Up On The Sun, Gun Outfit seem poised to ride the slacker revival wave of the last few years.
Ross Jones and Rowan Allen capture the "sleazy joy" of Insecure Men live at Thekla, the subtle sounds of their new album still laced with underlying menace and disquiet.
High Focus Records' 8th Birthday gathering at SWX was a crystal-clear window into UK hip-hop’s collective consciousness. Gabriel Palmer reviews.