We explore the representations of transgender people in the music industry.
We assess the relationship between funding and the arts, don't worry, it's not all bad.
To quote one of the most prolific Bristolians in the world “In the future, everyone will be anonymous for 15 minutes.” And Banksy might as well be right.
The Spark, a Bristol-based magazine set up in 1993, came out of circulation earlier this year. Beccy Golding celebrates all things independent in Bristol.
Sol Curry at Factory Studios takes a look at what makes a successful artist in todays industry.
Bristol changes music with almost every generational revolution. Either birthing or bending genres; more times than not it’s happening without warning. We look at Bristol's music heritage and how it brings us together.
It’s still easy to see the scars of sexism that are apparent at shows girls go to every day. Sammy Jones delves into the matter of misogyny at gigs.
The mainstream music industry has changed and is changing. BBC Introducing's Sam Bonham delivers some interesting tips on how to get a radio station to take a risk on your music.
I’m sure the majority of music aficionados have known the heartbreak that comes when your favourite artists decide to call it a day. LCD Soundsystem, R.E.M., Vivian Girls, The Mars Volta, WU LYF: all heartbreakers. There will be no new music, no live shows, and no hope – to be blunt. Or so you would think.
What are your assumptions on the mainstream? They’re quite possibly wrong.