M&S isn’t an influence your usual singer-songwriter might list, but we suppose Isolde isn’t your usual singer-songwriter.
A small but meaningful movement of silver-voiced solo artists are making all kinds of loopy pop music in Bristol right now… we spoke to some.
Wolf Alice pack Bristol’s Trinity centre with youth, making for a remarkably fun affair.
Three entirely different, though equally brilliant acts take to the stage for the launch of the debut Trust Fund album.
Alvvays certainly weren’t immune to the charms of the unconventional venue.
Swelling, swooping and sweating with decay, Spectres’ ‘Dying’ is a black challenge to anyone who thinks noise and distortion can’t be nuanced.
Is lo-fi anything to get excited about? It is when it’s as earnest and well-crafted as Robin Mitchell’s newest mixtape.
The Bronze Medal have finally dropped their brutally beautiful debut album.
When we saw St Vincent was coming to town we knew it was a show not to be missed. Strange, interesting and untouchable, Annie soon proved that we weren’t wrong.
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.