Loki Lillistone, Author at BRISTOL LIVE MAGAZINE

Loki Lillistone


IDLES Took a Disposable Camera to their Foo Fighters Arena Support...

At this point we've all given Bristol stalwarts IDLES pats-on-backs and beers-in-hands for their recent arena show with (am I about to use this...

Changes Afoot at Exchange | Full Interview

Food, community projects, and - yes - still tours.

Farmfest to Take Break in 2018

After twelve memorable years of live music, cider-fuelled dancing and famously friendly Somerset vibes, Farmfest have announced they're taking a break in 2018 –...

Mac Demarco ‘Another One’ | Album Review

Whether it’s his armchair delivery, the blasé title or him listing his address at the end, this is certainly a gripping LP.

Sam Eason ‘With Hope’ | EP Review

This EP from everyone’s favourite late bloomer, Sam Eason, is something of an anachronism.

Heyrocco ‘Teenage Movie Soundtrack’ | Album Review

The formative leanings of everything Heyrocco touch couldn’t have been summarised better than with a debut entitled ‘Teenage Movie Soundtrack’.

Light Falls Forward ‘Refraction’ | EP Review

Light Falls Forward are not your usual, quiet, Observer State of a band. They bring a new well-crafted EP for our lug-holes this June.

John E Vistic ‘What Will Be’ | EP Review

Something of a household Bristol name, John E Vistic returns with his new EP.

#EndAusterityNow: Music Meets Politics

We headed to the #EndAusterityNow march which got us thinking about the relationship between music and politics.

Makala Cheung ‘A Little Deeper’ | Single Review

“You will never breathe again”, calls the haunting opening gambit of Makala Cheung’s latest single, ‘A Little Deeper’.