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Massive Attack Review

The band's first hometown show in 13 years was a complete triumph.

Ultimate Painting Preview

Comprised of indie rock veterans Jack Cooper from Mazes and James Hoare of Veronica Falls, London based duo Ultimate Painting have a propensity for...

Mayans | Live Review

By Chris Fear The 21st of December 2012, if we believe the word of ancient prophets, is the apocalypse. The day when the Mayan calendar...
Ezra Furman

Ezra Furman | Live Preview

24th May | Colston Hall The fabulously bold American singer-songwriter, Ezra Furman will bring his raw lyrics that connect with you instantly to the main...
Elder Island

Elder Island | Live Review & Photoset

"In many ways they are the furthest from your standard pop act that you can get." The splendidly non-standard Elder Island played Thekla this weekend.

Dropkick Murhpys | Live Review

All of my journalistic dignity leaves me at this point due to being appropriately shitfaced myself, and I roar every word along with the rest of the crowd.

Beach Slang Preview

The Philly four-piece will be stopping by in Bristol on January 28th, playing songs from their latest record 'The Things We Do To Find People Like Us'.
Camp Cope

Camp Cope | Live Review & Photoset

Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.

Circa Waves | Live Review

Mention Circa Waves and you’ll get equal parts nodding heads and a few blank stares; start humming ‘T-shirt Weather’, and the recognition sets in.

The Avalanches Live Preview

The Avalanches stop by Motion tonight ahead of their set at Glastonbury Festival.