Unbearably fragile from start to finish, ‘Honeymoon’ is loneliness incarnate but, more importantly: it’s quite divisive.
Wavves’ fifth album does manage to provide something worthwhile.
So the next time you think to knock something you find a bit naff — just think about the positive impact it could well be having.
These are some of the songs we like to listen to with a drink in the hand and your pals by your side, I like to think that people enjoy our music in a similar way.
Sleaford Mods bring lyrical matters of bad drugs, Weetabix, toilets and unemployment to Bristol’s Exchange this May.
The Used return to Bristol only to alienate their female fans.
We catch up with giants Turbowolf ahead of their second album and full UK tour.
We assess the relationship between funding and the arts, don’t worry, it’s not all bad.
Zola Jesus’ latest album ‘Taiga’ seems to have divided fans to a questionable degree. She comes to Bristol’s Lantern with a point to prove.
The Disfavoured Party’s new EP chops and changes with relentless melodrama.