While some acts climb up their own bums to make vapid dog eggs that only they call songs, this record is the “what you could have won” of third album offerings.
Following the announcement of their latest European tour, we decided to share a few words with the divine and alluring alt-J.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
Well this one’s going to be a mess isn’t it? ‘Salad Days’ was a beacon of alternative slacker hope for pretty much every youth across the country when it first came out.
‘Ivywild’ is an electro-R&B fusion that explores a kaleidoscope of brave musical combinations and emotionally-charged lyrics.
It feels like an agonising wait since Blossoms last showed their faces in Bristol, however the Stockport guys are coming to the Thekla this October.
Ahead of their debut mini album, ALMA stream the beautiful and expansive ‘To The Stars’.
East India Youth returns to Bristol with his incredibly beautiful second album.
The quite beautiful duo, comprised of Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn, fuse together the latter’s synth-driven production style and the former’s intricately-layered folk vocals.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Sunrise Festival springs back in May to kick off the festival season with a bang-on, quality line-up.