DZ Deathrays return to Bristol for a show at The Louisiana with new album ‘Black Rat’.
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.
Just a few days after watching The Brian Jonestown Massacre at Bristol’s Anson Rooms, we were back there, waiting for their once-greatest of friends, The Dandy Warhols.
As Coasts put the finishing touches to their debut album, the ‘Oceans EP’ comes as a timely offering to quench our thirst over festival season
Since their 2009 self-titled debut, followed by their blinding sophomore offering ‘Belong’, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart have been a firm favourite at BLM Towers. Rhys dropped frontman Kip Berman a line to talk about their shimmering third helping ‘Days Of Abandon’.
It’s no secret that one of our favourites is always Farmfest and judging from the lineup it looks to be the finest yet, there’s our favourites Towns and Goan Dogs along with big guns Public Service Broadcasting and Melt Yourself Down.
Cursor Major’s refreshing, dada-esque approach has impressed us all. Garnering many accolades off the back of their tangential debut EP, ‘Interloper’, it’s my pleasure to talk to frontman Andy Norton about daydreaming your way to success.
Having freshly wrapped up touring duties with Temples, Childhood are on the eve of their first headline tour which is due to stop by The Exchange on the 28th.
Having scooped together a mix of old school acts and future greats, it looks to be another classic year at the farm, but there’s still a card to be played.
Expect… No, don’t expect anything. Just come prepared, and hope to come away unscathed. Just kidding, he’s much calmer these days…