Excited for Hit The Deck this month? Well now you can plan your route as you prepare to manoeuvre through some of Bristol's best venues.
Having scooped together a mix of old school acts and future greats, it looks to be another classic year at the farm, but there's still a card to be played.
In aid of a forthcoming set of features on historic Bristol gigs, Bristol Live Magazine is asking for your help.
Propaganda is an essential night out for the alternative masses, and now it's taking to the airwaves with a weekly show on XFM.
With online suspense mounting over the last few weeks Reading & Leeds have just dropped the bulk of their lineup; as ever the weekday announcement has undoubtedly sparked some great conversation.
Last week, Hit The Deck Festival added yet another instalment to the already incredible 2014 line-up.
Ever since our Louis Theroux went to live with them (twice), the Westboro Baptist Church have been a constant source of liberal lolz.
Live music venue and touring circuit mainstay Moles Club in Bath went up in flames at around 9am this morning.
In a shocking bit of news today, MAMA, the company now behind "the UK's most popular music magazine" The Fly and many other new-music keystones, have announced that the famous monthly will be discontinued.
Farmfest have announced the first wave of acts set to perform at this years event, and they've really pulled out all the stops this time.