Taking a window seat at the Arnolfini amongst the background clatter of the café, I sit down with frontman Joe Talbot to discuss the new Idles EP ‘Meat’ and the current state of things in Bristol.
Turbowolf expand on the bar set by their debut album with poise with ‘Two Hands’.
We explore the representations of transgender people in the music industry.
Following the launch of ‘Back Light’ at Start The Bus last month, we talk with Swiss photographer Laure Noverraz [no-ver-ah] about her exciting new exhibition.
Spectres have shared the gloomy new video for ‘Where Flies Sleep’.
We caught up with the weird and wonderful Marmozets ahead of their show at The Fleece.
The Orwells last visit to Bristol was a messy and heated affair. Now they’re back and due to take on a bigger, sold-out show at The Fleece this month.
Band of Skulls are known for an immaculate performance of their songs live, their return to O2 Academy was absolutely no exception.
Last Saturday Corn Street in the centre of town was riddled with small stalls selling just about everything; if you deviated from that path at all you may have stumbled into The Birdcage, which hosted the launch for Access to Music’s student founded label, All Tempo Music.
On yet another glorious Sunday evening, the Oneohtrix show at the Arnolfini along the Harbourside seemed the place to be. It promised a captivating night of audio-visual entertainment in one of Bristol’s most cultural surroundings.